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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Meadow of Flowers on Mount St. Helens

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Meadow of Flowers on Mount St. Helens

A carpet of brightly-colored flowers leads the eye toward the solitary tree, and the sun setting behind it on the Boundary Trail, Johnson Ridge Observatory, Mount St. Helens. Photographer Cody Wilson says he originally walked past this scene in his search for the perfect image. He wanted a shot with flowers in the foreground and […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Charging Lioness in Namibia

Interesting Photo of the Day: Charging Lioness in Namibia

Wildlife photography requires some serious patience and dedication. As George Turner, the photographer of the image below, says: “It took months of planning, five days of patience, and two seconds to get the shot!” It was worth it, though: Turner, a professional wildlife photographer based in the UK, spent four months last year shooting all […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure/Missing Camera

Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure/Missing Camera

We’ve probably all experimented with long exposures at one time or another, but this moving vehicle image from shatteredankle is really cool. I like the way that the the light trails head into the distance and then take a shallow curve. It’s not just the light trails from the car that make this a great image, […]

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Dodge & Burn Tutorial in Luminar

Dodge & Burn Tutorial in Luminar

Using dodge & burn as part of your editing workflow in the Luminar Photo Editor can really help refine your image and allow you far greater control over the areas you adjust. Dodging and burning is an old darkroom technique, and it’s simply lightening or darkening certain areas of a photograph while leaving the other areas […]

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How to Lighten Dark Photos in Luminar: Quick Tutorial

How to Lighten Dark Photos in Luminar: Quick Tutorial

We’ve all been there. You come back from your latest photo trip, eagerly upload your images to your computer, and then realize that they’re just too dark! Photos that are too dark, or underexposed, but are otherwise good used to be a bit of a problem to fix. Sure, you can just pull the exposure […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Natural Framing of Haystack Rock

Interesting Photo of the Day: Natural Framing of Haystack Rock

Here’s a great shot of Pacific City, Oregon, as shot by Jerad Armijo. The tree branches provide the perfect natural frame for this shot of Haystack Rock, and the sky colors are amazing: Armijo says this is his favorite area to photograph and that he always finds something new there. This particular Haystack Rock shouldn’t […]

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Enriching Seascape and Landscape Colors in Luminar

Enriching Seascape and Landscape Colors in Luminar

Sometimes you have a great landscape or seascape photo, but it just seems to be lacking that extra-special something. What can you do to fix it? In this article, we’ll be looking at enriching your seascapes and landscapes with bi-color toning and adjustable gradients using the tools in Luminar (which is currently on sale for […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: 10 Minute Single Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: 10 Minute Single Exposure

More long exposure greatness here—this one is a 10 minute single exposure of The Twelve Apostles at night, Port Campbell, Australia. Photographer Axil Lonergan captured this cool shot at the end of a late evening drive down the Great Ocean Road. The Twelve Apostles is a popular Australian tourist attraction on the coast in the […]

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Unique Luminar Photo Edits for Eye-catching Landscape Results

Unique Luminar Photo Edits for Eye-catching Landscape Results

Related reminder: only a little while left to Pre-Order Luminar 4 at a Discount You might think you need to master post-processing to get incredible results with your image editing. And there are certainly people out there who successfully work through complicated manual adjustments and retouching. But you don’t need to be an editing expert […]

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Landscape Photo Editing Techniques with Luminar

Landscape Photo Editing Techniques with Luminar

Related reminder: only a little while left to Pre-Order Luminar 4 at a Discount The internet is filled with landscape photos, and more are added every day. You want your photos to catch the eye and not blend into the background with all the others. So how do you make your landscape images stand out? […]

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