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Interesting Photo of the Day: Bird of Prey

Interesting Photo of the Day: Bird of Prey

Well, some might say it’s pure luck, others will say it’s the result of hard and intensive work – and I prefer the second option. But we can’t deny to the fact that photographer Peter Cairns (whether out of luck or out of patience and persistence) achieved a glorious and majestic picture of a sub-adult […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: World’s First Underwater Nuclear Bomb Detonation

Interesting Photo of the Day: World’s First Underwater Nuclear Bomb Detonation

Operation Crossroads. It was a series of nuclear weapon tests conducted by the USA at Bikini Atoll island in 1946, which consisted of two detonation tests, named Able and Baker — the first nuclear bomb detonations after Hiroshima and Nagasaki disasters in 1945 —, to investigate the effect of nuclear weapons on naval ships. The following picture was taken […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: 50 Shot Action Sequence of a Skier Down a Mountain

Interesting Photo of the Day: 50 Shot Action Sequence of a Skier Down a Mountain

As winter strikes at full throttle, snow falls and compiles itself onto the slopes and peaks of high mountains around the world. It is the time to admire the beauty of nature, the clear blue skies framing natural landscapes mantled in white. But it is also the time to fully enjoy winter as best we can: […]

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Stunning Timelapse for the Holiday Season Captured Through a Snow Globe

Stunning Timelapse for the Holiday Season Captured Through a Snow Globe

Snow Globes easily remind us of Christmas season — and that was exactly what lead photographer Colin Mika used to create a modern Holiday Christmas Card commissioned by a law firm using time-lapse photography. This rather beautiful experience was named Around The Globe. And here is the kicker, all the effects were created in camera with no […]

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Reasons to Consider Certain Camera Lens Focal Lengths

Reasons to Consider Certain Camera Lens Focal Lengths

Owners of DSLR cameras, and especially those who are new to the concept of these cameras, have probably wondered and spent hours after hours trying to figure out which lens best suits their photographic needs. It’s a fact that the market is bursting out with new and powerful lenses every year, making our eyes shine […]

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Using Photography to Capture the “Amazing” in Everyday Life

Using Photography to Capture the “Amazing” in Everyday Life

Living legend photographer Jay Maisel is undoubtedly best known for capturing what is most amazing in everyday life: the light, the color and the gesture. His unique vision of the quotidian, of what’s trivial and simple, has been featuring in countless annual reports, magazine covers, album covers and advertisings for the last 40 years, throughout […]

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Aerial Photography Session Tips

Aerial Photography Session Tips

Planning an aerial photography session may require a bit more than just photography expertise. If anything, the whole logistics of setting the flyovers to get the best shots possible is, for itself, mind blowing. Each picture is directly influenced by the pilot you’re working with, so one of the very first things you may want to […]

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Why You Should Potentially Move Instead of Zooming for Portrait Photography

Why You Should Potentially Move Instead of Zooming for Portrait Photography

We frequently hear professional photographers praising prime lenses for their usability, image quality, and versatility in portrait photography. We also hear them saying how important it is to move around the subject at a certain focal length, to seize every side and angle of it, instead of staying still and adjusting the zoom of the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Curious Fox Requests a Portrait

Interesting Photo of the Day: Curious Fox Requests a Portrait

On his way to snowy St. Anne’s mountain for a winter shooting adventure, romanian photographer Dan Dinu had a lovely surprise, as he was presented with the chance to properly meet and photograph a posing wild fox. Indeed, it doesn’t sound quite true, but the following picture leaves no doubts about this uncommon and potentially […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Wide Angle Aerial View of Central Park, NY

Interesting Photo of the Day: Wide Angle Aerial View of Central Park, NY

Central Park: the green heart of Manhattan island. Everybody knows it, every movie, TV show or music video shot in New York, somehow, refer to it. But have you ever seen it plainly and fully admired it as it is? Probably not yet, but take a look at today’s”interesting photo of the day”, as it depicts […]

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