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How to Retouch Wrinkles in Photoshop

How to Retouch Wrinkles in Photoshop

There are many ways of removing wrinkles in Photoshop, and there are even third party plugins that do the job for you. However, the goal isn’t always complete removal since that can leave your subjects looking like they came out of a cartoon. You can never be perfect, and when you see a picture where […]

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How 1,000,000 Photos of Dogs Are Helping a Young Cancer Patient

How 1,000,000 Photos of Dogs Are Helping a Young Cancer Patient

The Internet is a marvelous thing. Its community can do anything with the proper motivation. Anthony Lyons’s story is an excellent testimonial to that. Lyons is a cancer patient who loves dogs. However, he can only see a therapy dog once a day and that wasn’t enough to cheer him up. That’s when the good […]

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New Instant Camera Prints Your Pictures on Receipt Paper

New Instant Camera Prints Your Pictures on Receipt Paper

Back in the day, instant pictures were the top of the photography industry. Anyone could see their picture in a matter of seconds. Polaroid set the foundation for instant cameras. And now, Michael Ciuffo has replicated the Polaroid by making a camera that prints photos instantly on receipt paper, and he wants to crowd-fund its […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Rooftop Self Portrait

Interesting Photo of the Day: Rooftop Self Portrait

I usually dislike selfies, but this one I’ll let slide: I’ve seen photographers stand in lava until their shoes caught fire. I’ve seen photographers camouflage themselves in ghillie suits as if they were snipers to sneak past lions. I’ve seen photographers almost getting shot or blown up—all for that ultra rare shot. But as a […]

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How to Take Control of the Light to Improve Your Photography

How to Take Control of the Light to Improve Your Photography

More light is not always better light. You need to take control of it in order to make wonderful shots. In this video, photographer Cliff Mautner shows how controlling and directing light is way better than just having more light in general: The goal is to be in control of the light all the time. […]

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What Happens When a Cat Sees Snow for the First Time?

What Happens When a Cat Sees Snow for the First Time?

Cats are stars when it comes to the Internet. But photographer Ludmila Pankova found one cat that takes stardom to a whole new level: These wonderful shots of a cat meeting snow for the first time perfectly capture the priceless reaction. This is how you make winner shots—capture something that isn’t an everyday scene, and […]

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In-Depth Milky Way Timelapse Tutorial for Beginners

In-Depth Milky Way Timelapse Tutorial for Beginners

Making a timelapse is usually a long and hard process. There are so many things that you need to keep in mind. To help you out along the way, Ian Norman has created a pretty detailed tutorial for shooting motion timelapse sequences of the Milky Way: Scouting a Location The thing that you need to […]

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These Self Portraits Are Weird—In a Good Way

These Self Portraits Are Weird—In a Good Way

Weird can be a good thing. Self portraiture often comes down to the common selfie. But here we have some amazing images by Mari Hokkanen that creatively deviate from the expected: It’s not every day that you see so much work put into creating a scene for a single shot. I went through the shots […]

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Amazing Photos of a Total Cloud Inversion at the Grand Canyon

Amazing Photos of a Total Cloud Inversion at the Grand Canyon

As a photographer and a person who loves science, natural phenomena images are among my favorite subjects. I can’t express enough the feeling I get when I see pictures like these: It’s not every day you get to see clouds coming and going from below you as if they were the ocean during ebb and […]

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Warning: Megatron Does Not Approve of Selfies

Warning: Megatron Does Not Approve of Selfies

I’m siding with Megatron on this one. I mean, what’s the point? “When will you learn that your status updates mean zero-to-nothing to anyone, ever? It doesn’t matter which social network you post it on—worthless! Use your mind, create new memories, interact, don’t just add it to a library of forgotten photographs! Ugh, how disappointing […]

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