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Interesting Photo of the Day: Black Canyon at Night

Interesting Photo of the Day: Black Canyon at Night

Located in western Colorado, the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is a popular tourist attraction that offers some of the steepest cliffs and craggiest spires in the entire United States. Carved out of solid granite, the breathtaking beauty of this scenic adventure is definitely not an exaggeration. From the dark canyon walls to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Winnats Sunrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: Winnats Sunrise

It doesn’t matter if you’re a professional photographer or just traveling the world; sunrises are one of the most ideal backdrops for photography. While this magical timeframe may offer the eye beauty and splendor, it doesn’t always translate to our photography. Thankfully, UK based landscape photographer Daniel Casson doesn’t seem to have any difficulties. During […]

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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: The Clouds Parted Right Before Sunrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: The Clouds Parted Right Before Sunrise

It’s amazing how much photography can inspire us. Every image created can provide a different perspective for others, leading them to create their own special masterpieces. Unfortunately, not every photo shoot begins successfully. But Portland based landscape photographer Steve Schwindt learned the valuable lesson that what starts off as disappointment can eventually lead to breathtaking […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Times Square at Night

Interesting Photo of the Day: Times Square at Night

Over the past century, Times Square in New York has been the go-to place for music, the arts, and tourists. And with over 50 million visitors a year, it’s no surprise there are countless photos of this amazing hub of activity. Despite the vast amount of attention Times Square receives, photographers have a wonderful way […]

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How to Handle a White Background as a Studio Photographer

How to Handle a White Background as a Studio Photographer

Whether you’re producing photos for books, fashion catalogs, product pages, multimedia, or any other use, it’s important to understand how to capture a great photo on a pure white background. Although at first glance working with a pure white background may seem easy, that’s far from the case. While you may not be working on as […]

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DIY Studio Daylight Control System for Photographers

DIY Studio Daylight Control System for Photographers

Not every photography studio offers the perfect lighting. In fact, many storefront studios tend to have massive windows, which can ultimately affect your photography. To help alleviate this issue and provide better control over your ambient lighting, the Koldunov Brothers (Alexey Koldunov and Victor Koldunov) created this helpful daylight control system tutorial: Controlling ambient light […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Nighttime Camping

Interesting Photo of the Day: Nighttime Camping

Yummy food, the great outdoors, breathtaking sunsets. Camping is a favorite getaway for millions of people every year. Thankfully, along with these wonderful trips, come plenty of opportunities to shoot outdoor photography. It doesn’t matter if you’re into nature photography, astrophotography, or just capturing images of the family, when you go camping, there’s something for […]

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Background Zoom Blur Tutorial for Great Portraits

Background Zoom Blur Tutorial for Great Portraits

One of the most common mistakes beginner photographers make is by concentrating too hard on their focus point or subject and neglecting the rest of their image. While the subject is an essential part of your photo, your background is just as vital. The background is an incredibly important control in your image that will guide […]

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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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