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Interesting Photo of the Day: Golden Hour Geyser

Interesting Photo of the Day: Golden Hour Geyser

The best nature shots are the ones that make you want to pack up and start roaming the landscape in search for something as beautiful as what you’re seeing in the picture. That’s certainly the case for me when I first saw this truly epic geyser shot: Photographer Leon Jenson captured this photo of the […]

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Expose to the Right: Shooting and Editing Aerial Photography

Expose to the Right: Shooting and Editing Aerial Photography

Aerial photography is incredibly stunning. Not only does it offer spectacular scenery, but it can show you places you see every day from a completely different perspective. With the rise of quadcopters and other unmanned vehicles that are fitted with powerful action cameras—or even DSLR cameras—aerial photography is getting more and more accessible to the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Breathtaking Aurora in Norway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Breathtaking Aurora in Norway

Every now and then, Mother Nature reminds us that no matter how much we fiddle with photos in Photoshop or Lightroom, she can make better scenery appear around us. This particular photo was taken in Hamnøy, Norway, and it shows an Aurora Borealis formed over the night sky: This phenomenon is caused by charged particles (mostly […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Daylight Stars

Interesting Photo of the Day: Daylight Stars

Mobile phone cameras have evolved to the point where the photos they produce are virtually indistinguishable from the starter DSLR camera I began working with a couple of years ago. Add to that the fact that the phone is always in your pocket, and you have a recipe for awesome shots. If you also have […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Merry-Go-Round Long Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Merry-Go-Round Long Exposure

With long exposures, you get the almost unique opportunity to capture a moment and literally see time go by. And while I find nighttime long exposure photography to be one of the best examples of great art, daytime long exposures take it one step further, since they’re so much more delicate to capture: The photo […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Women Sewing a Fishing Net

Interesting Photo of the Day: Women Sewing a Fishing Net

Sometimes, a picture captures a moment so perfectly that it has you wondering whether or not it’s actually real. Today’s interesting photo definitely got us wondering how much of it is real: The photo was taken by photographer Quang Tran and it shows two women sewing a fishing net in Vietnam. The way the fabric […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Moment of Impact

Interesting Photo of the Day: Moment of Impact

Timing is everything. As in this amazing image of the exact moment a young boy breaks open a piñata. The photo’s focus really makes the shot: The way the image is focused on the candy right before it falls makes this picture one in a million! The photographer used a 1/2000 shutter speed at f/1.4 […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure of a Night Hike

Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure of a Night Hike

Nature is beautiful, there’s no denying that. But with nature photography done the right way, you can take a breathless scenery and make it perfect. As we’ve said time and time again, photography can take a single moment and make it last forever, and it can take hours and make them pass in the blink […]

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A Quick Guide to Cleaning Your Camera Sensor

A Quick Guide to Cleaning Your Camera Sensor

One of the biggest things to consider when owning a camera is maintenance. Not only do you have to take care of the camera when using and when storing it, but every once in a while you have to perform some maintenance tasks to keep it in tip top shape. Toby Gelston addresses one of […]

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How to Fake Depth of Field in Photoshop

How to Fake Depth of Field in Photoshop

Photography is done as much with the camera as it is done with post-processing tools. You can always tweak photos to make them look closer to what you had in mind when pressing the shutter button. Doing this in Photoshop is a simple process that should only take a couple of minutes, and Aaron Nace […]

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