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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Over an Abandoned House

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Over an Abandoned House

Lightning is often one of the trickiest subjects when working in photography. Unlike many other forms of photography, you only have one chance to capture your subject, and you either capture it, or you don’t. While it does have its difficult moments, lightning photography can also be one of the most rewarding. No one understands […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: NYC Lightning

Interesting Photo of the Day: NYC Lightning

During a typical summertime thunderstorm, photographer Dan Piech captured a gigantic lightning strike over lower Manhattan’s Battery Park City extending all the way to Jersey City, New Jersey: Having photographed boatloads of storms in the past, he grabbed his Canon 5DS and captured a substantial lightning strike that spanned the entire Hudson River. Using a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Twilight Double Rainbow in Amsterdam

Interesting Photo of the Day: Twilight Double Rainbow in Amsterdam

Known to the world by his Instagram name, Pie Aerts, this Dutch travel photographer has captured some of the most picturesque Nordic landscapes you could image. His enchanting images showcase both amazing new ways to look at man-made objects and the natural beauty of Mother Nature, which you can witness yourself in his captivating double rainbow: Often, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Stars Over Sunflowers

Interesting Photo of the Day: Stars Over Sunflowers

The amazing part of photography is the multitude of options you have to capture exactly what you envision. A common practice used is the ability to use multiple exposures for creating a single image. For example, landscape photographer Brad Woodhauson from South East Queensland, Australia captured this amazing photo aptly titled “Stars Over Sunflowers” using […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mountain Road Long Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mountain Road Long Exposure

This amazing photograph is actually a cropped version of the Lacets de Montvernier Aerial View photo captured by photographer Sandro Bisaro. The photo was taken with a Canon 5D Mark III camera. Bisaro created the road’s light trails using a long exposure: The Lacets de Montvernier (aka the shoelaces of Montvernier) is a 3.4 kilometer road […]

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Smoke Photography Photoshop Tutorial

Smoke Photography Photoshop Tutorial

Although you may have learned to capture smoke photography, it often doesn’t really come to life until you make a few finishing touches in post-processing. Depending upon what type of look you are going for will determine the exact editing options you should use. While these helpful options are far from the only options available for […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Colorful Night in Tokyo

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Colorful Night in Tokyo

From neon lights and anime shops, to temples and cherry trees, the amazing city of Tokyo, Japan is a wonderful combination of ultra-modern and traditional all wrapped into one. Famed for its vivacious food and stylish fashion scene, this famous city capital has a little something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to reminisce about your […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: The North Star

Interesting Photo of the Day: The North Star

If you have the patience, photographing the night sky can be extremely rewarding. Using long single exposures or blending multiple images you can turn a typical everyday shot into an ethereal image. Take this image titled “Successfully captured the North Star” taken by Riresurmort; it captures a whole new perspective on the guiding star: Working […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Wolf Checking Out Partially Submerged Camera

Interesting Photo of the Day: Wolf Checking Out Partially Submerged Camera

Photography is a great way to showcase images of endangered species, landscapes, and plants. It is often used to help in conservation efforts to help educate, engage, and inspire others to learn more about vulnerable wildlife and ways to help protect them. Co-founder of Pacific Wild and professional photographer Ian McAllister captured this amazing image while […]

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How to Photograph Smoke

How to Photograph Smoke

At some point in your life, you’ve probably seen an amazing photograph featuring smoke. The smoke might be flawlessly lit against a solid background or feature breathtaking colors, leaving you wondering just how on earth you could possibly duplicate it. While photographing smoke can be difficult due to its unpredictable nature, thankfully, it doesn’t take a […]

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