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Interesting Photo of the Day: Astronaut Photographs the Eye of a Deadly Hurricane

Interesting Photo of the Day: Astronaut Photographs the Eye of a Deadly Hurricane

Astronaut Edward M. Fincke, a NASA ISS science officer and flight engineer, captured this incredible image as he orbited 230 miles above the storm aboard the International Space Station. He was using a Kodak DCS 760 camera set at 22mm, 1/500 of a second, f/2.8, and ISO 100: Many people who see this image admit to […]

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6 Pro Tips for Making the Most of a Golden Hour Photo Shoot

6 Pro Tips for Making the Most of a Golden Hour Photo Shoot

Nikon Ambassador Corey Rich is convinced that the secret to creating compelling outdoor portraits has very little to do with the actual location selected for the photoshoot and much to do with the photographer’s creativity and technical prowess. Rich demonstrates how to make the most of one’s shooting environment during the Sierra Nevada Mountains’ sunrise […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: These Three Bull Bison Mean Serious Business

Interesting Photo of the Day: These Three Bull Bison Mean Serious Business

During his 7-year stint living at Yellowstone National Park, nature photographer Steve Hinch had the opportunity to create an amazing variety of landscape and wildlife images, including this intense shot of three bull bison who clearly mean serious business: On his website, Hinch describes the three guidelines that he follows when he photographs wildlife. First, he never closely approaches a wild animal or […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Dreamy Long Exposure of an Ocean Cove

Interesting Photo of the Day: Dreamy Long Exposure of an Ocean Cove

There’s perhaps nothing more dreamy than a well-crafted long exposure of a body of water at sunrise or sunset. We’re even more convinced of that fact after viewing this stunning photograph of Abalone Cove, which was taken by landscape photographer Matthew Nurre: Well known for its teeming tide pools and beautiful bluff- and ocean-level views, […]

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An In-Depth Look & Comparison of Canon 50mm Prime Lenses

An In-Depth Look & Comparison of Canon 50mm Prime Lenses

Deciding which 50mm prime lens to buy can be daunting, considering the many different brands, apertures, and prices. Even after a photographer has chosen a company to buy from, it can be difficult to narrow the options to just one lens. Fortunately, Kai hopes to clear up some of that confusion through its in-depth review […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Amazing Border Collie Portrait Shows the Breed’s Intelligence

Interesting Photo of the Day: Amazing Border Collie Portrait Shows the Breed’s Intelligence

More than perhaps any other dog breed, Border Collies are highly task-oriented and need to experience a sense of purpose in order to thrive. Indeed, they tend to be notorious workaholics. This, in addition to their intelligence and agility, suits Border Collies to an active working lifestyle—and especially to guarding and herding livestock. The amazing intelligence of the breed […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Bubble Nebula Photographed via Telescope

Interesting Photo of the Day: Bubble Nebula Photographed via Telescope

Mike Hankey fell in love with astrophotography when he attached his camera to a telescope and peered through glass at the night sky for the first time. Six months later, a large “fireball” meteor exploded near Baltimore, Pennsylvania while Hankey was photographing the Andromeda galaxy from his backyard, and he accidentally captured a shot of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Panorama of the Southern Lights

Interesting Photo of the Day: Panorama of the Southern Lights

You know about the Northern Lights—that is, the Aurora Borealis. Witnessing them in person probably made it onto your bucket list long before you ever took up photography, and now that you’ve got the gear, you probably dream of trekking the arctic in search of them from time to time. But did you know that the Aurora Borealis has an […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Matterhorn Alpenglow in the Swiss Alps

Interesting Photo of the Day: Matterhorn Alpenglow in the Swiss Alps

At 14,690 feet (4,478 meters) in height and boasting four steep faces surrounded by glaciers, the Matterhorn is one of the tallest and most dangerous peaks in the Alps. It’s also one of the most sought after. Throughout history, the mountain’s fierce terrain has killed over 500 alpinists, but masses of undaunted mountaineers attempt to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Snowy Mount Rainier at Sunset

Interesting Photo of the Day: Snowy Mount Rainier at Sunset

Forget leg room. Once you see this gorgeous aerial photograph of Mount Rainier, which was captured by -rabid- during a commercial flight, you’ll swear off aisle seats forever: At 14,410 feet, ice-capped Mount Rainier is easily Washington’s most iconic natural feature and the lower 48 United States’ most glaciated mountain, despite being an active volcano. Thanks to skill, and as -rabid- […]

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