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Interesting Photo of the Day: Fireball Over Mount Rundle

Interesting Photo of the Day: Fireball Over Mount Rundle

Shooting astrophotography can be full of surprises, both positive and negative. Brett Abernethy experienced the good kind: While he was chasing some aurora borealis, he stumbled upon a meteorite burning in the atmosphere. Luckily he had his shutter open. “I shot it on a Canon 5D Mark III with a Zeiss 21mm 2.8 lens F4 […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Moeraki Boulders

Interesting Photo of the Day: Moeraki Boulders

Sunsets are always magnificent if captured properly. But when you capture one with something that you don’t see every day, like these Moeraki Boulders in New Zealand, it takes it to another level: Besides the unique rock formations and the magnificent sunset, good post processing and a camera with decent dynamic range were required to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mysterious Frost Patterns

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mysterious Frost Patterns

This is what you get when you match great photography skills with natural phenomena: Jan Bainar captured this magnificence as he hiked in the Beskydy Mountains, a range forming the border between Slovakia and the Czech Republic. He used an Olympus E-520 camera with these settings: ISO 100, f/16, 1 second. The ice was probably […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Christmas Tree Zoom

Interesting Photo of the Day: Christmas Tree Zoom

Zooming is one of many cool effects that can be achieved using longer exposures. This particular photo was taken by zooming out during a nine second exposure of a Christmas tree: You can do this both ways—zooming in or zooming out. Just wait for the tree to be properly exposed, then zoom in to create […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Northern Lights Over Norway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Northern Lights Over Norway

The aurora borealis is something magnificent. Photographer Lorenzo Montezemolo had the opportunity to snap a shot of this natural phenomena in Lofoten, Norway: Montezemolo captured the shot with a Nikon D800 and a Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8 lens. It was a 30 second exposure at f/5.6 and ISO 640.

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Merry Chrismukkah

Interesting Photo of the Day: Merry Chrismukkah

It’s not often you see a holiday card photo of strangers that makes you take a second glance. This one took some planning, tons of creativity, and a great idea but Scott Burry and Dani Vernon pulled it off: Burry celebrates Christmas. Vernon celebrates Hanukkah. The idea they had was to show how they celebrate […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mirrored Shack

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mirrored Shack

Photography is all about light. Optical illusions are all about perception of light. When you put the two together, you get something amazing: Since the desert looks practically the same wherever you turn, the view in a mirror placed in a desert-scape can look transparent. And if you attach mirrors all over a shack in […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: M.C. Escher Stairwell

Interesting Photo of the Day: M.C. Escher Stairwell

Are you a fan of optical illusions and panoramas? Well, this picture is the best of both worlds: The Escher-esque image is proof of a very smart use of the 360 panorama; it was shot with a Ricoh Theta (a 360 degree camera!) and a selfie stick. “I developed it using Lightroom and straightened it […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sailing on Clouds

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sailing on Clouds

There’s something wondrous about seeing the world from above; we’ve all grabbed for our cameras as we’ve gazed out the window of an aircraft: Taken from what appears to be a C-17, this picture of a ship that looks like it’s floating in the clouds, is a result of a very low clouds, probably due […]

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The Benefits of Using Manual Mode with Auto ISO

The Benefits of Using Manual Mode with Auto ISO

Photographers—especially seasoned ones—tend to be control freaks. Many scoff at the idea of using anything other than manual mode for all of their photography. But do you really need absolute control over every aspect of exposure? In this video, Steve Perry explains why he prefers to use manual mode with auto ISO: As explained in […]

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