Articles by Dawn Gilfillan - PictureCorrect51 articles

Candlelight Portraits Tutorial

Candlelight Portraits Tutorial

Have you ever tried to photograph a portrait lit only by candles? It sounds great in theory, but if you’ve tried it, you’ll probably know it doesn’t come out that well unless you’re lucky. The long shutter speeds and large apertures needed make it difficult to capture a sharp image of a model, and the […]

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Daylight Silhouette Photography Tutorial

Daylight Silhouette Photography Tutorial

Silhouettes are great fun and simple to do at sunset and sunrise when the sun is low, but what if the only chance you get to shoot them is during the hours when the sun is at its highest? Fear not, this step-by-step tutorial by Gavin Hoey shows you exactly how to take midday silhouettes […]

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How to Improve the Sky of a Photo with Luminar

How to Improve the Sky of a Photo with Luminar

If you’ve ever taken a landscape photo of a great place, then got home and realized just how dull and dreary the sky looks, you’ll know how disappointing it feels! You could spend ages fiddling around manually in your image editor, trying to get some detail and color in the sky, or you could use […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Drone Selfie at the Beach

Interesting Photo of the Day: Drone Selfie at the Beach

This photo of the coastline on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia is amazing! Landscape photographer Alex Wise is the small figure on the beach, and he took this high-altitude selfie using a DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone. His tiny figure gives a sense of scale to the shot, and the line of footprints in the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Meteor Shower Exposure Stacking

Interesting Photo of the Day: Meteor Shower Exposure Stacking

Alandizzle visited Yosemite National Park during the Perseid Meteor showers in all their glory. While there, he captured this great shot on Sentinel Dome using multiple exposures. He replicated some of the meteors in the shot in post processing to give more context as to what it actually felt like watching them: Alandizzle shot this […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Antarctic Expedition Essentials

Interesting Photo of the Day: Antarctic Expedition Essentials

Have you ever wondered what gear a photographer going on an Antarctic expedition would need to take with them? New Zealander John Bozinov gives us an insight into the gear he’s taking for a three-month trip to Antarctica in this stylistic photograph: Obviously, he’s taking a lot more warm clothing with him than the few […]

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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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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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Interesting Photo of the Day: Earthshine

Interesting Photo of the Day: Earthshine

So many photos of a total eclipse just have the moon as a silhouette, but in this amazing image by photographer Navid Baraty you can actually see details on the surface of the moon: This is not a single image, but a composite of 12 images. Baraty took the images in Madras, Oregon at the […]

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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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