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Drone Captures Stunning New Year’s Fireworks from Above

Drone Captures Stunning New Year’s Fireworks from Above

I love aerial shots. I’ve said it before—and it never ceases to astound me when I see a well made aerial video taken from a drone. That’s why I was incredibly excited when I saw the following video uploaded by Jeff Cremer: The location is Lima, Peru, and as you might imagine the timing is […]

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National Geographic’s Photos of the Year 2015

National Geographic’s Photos of the Year 2015

The end of the year is a period of reflection, when you sum it all up and see the year’s highlights. I don’t know about you, but I’m always excited to see the “best of” the year, and National Geographic’s photos are some of the best roundups. If you want to see what the year […]

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Christmas Light Painting Photography Using a Drone

Christmas Light Painting Photography Using a Drone

In recent years, photography has been one of the recepients of all the latest technology. It’s benefited from larger sensors, more sensitive cameras in low light, better lenses… you name it! The following clip comes from AscTec and they showcase their latest technology: light painting with drones, a unique form of astrophotography and long exposure […]

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Hyper Zoom Through an Austrian Village

Hyper Zoom Through an Austrian Village

The following video comes from Geoff Tompkinson and it’s easily my favorite video of the week—at least! It gives a short insight into making beautiful hyperzoom videos, and it does so using a great example: the small village of Hallstatt in Austria. I warmly recommend both the technique and the lakeside village: As Tompkinson describes, […]

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Moire in Photography: What It Is and How to Remove It

Moire in Photography: What It Is and How to Remove It

There are a lot of tricks to proper portrait photography, and whenever I think I know them all (or close to that) I stumble upon one that I had no idea about. MoirĂ© is a concept I always noticed, but never knew was a thing. Thankfully, this video from Adorama is here to explain to […]

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How to Create the Wetplate Collodion Look in Photoshop

How to Create the Wetplate Collodion Look in Photoshop

The wetplate collodion process was invented back in the 1850s and by the end of the decade it was the most popular photographic process for the time. It was much faster than existing processes, the exposure time was a lot smaller, and from posing to having your picture handed to you the whole process took […]

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Photo Illusion: Black and White Turned to Color

Photo Illusion: Black and White Turned to Color

I love optical effects in images, especially those that work time and time again. The following video is one of my favorite illusions; it involves a plain black and white image, and a simple trick that turns it into a color photo. The BBC posted this documentary segment showing the exact effect I’m talking about: […]

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Annoying Types of Instagram Photos

Annoying Types of Instagram Photos

I love Instagram, it’s the service that brings everybody closer to photography—easy to use and catchy, it gives anyone the chance to let their imagination run loose and create unique, stunning shots that can be shared at a tap. But with so many people using Instagram, it’s hard not to notice some recurring themes. Here […]

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How to Fake a Snowy Landscape in Photoshop

How to Fake a Snowy Landscape in Photoshop

The rise of Photoshop has made us question almost every photograph that we see on the Internet. And I still don’t think we realize just how many photos have been altered. The following video stands as proof that we should second guess the authenticity of every single picture we see. Jesus Ramirez takes a summer […]

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Photographers Shown Baiting Eagles with Injected Fish

Photographers Shown Baiting Eagles with Injected Fish

Nature photography is one of the most difficult jobs in our field. It involves standing, sitting, or crawling for hours on end just to take one shot that in the end might get down to luck. As important as it is to recognize and praise the photographers that go through all of this just to […]

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