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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mountain Flowers at Sunrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mountain Flowers at Sunrise

Some photographers sacrifice a lot for their craft. One of them is landscape photographer Steve Schwindt, who drove to Mount St. Helens and then slept in his car so he could wake up early enough to capture the sunrise. He credits these Indian Paintbrush flowers as his main motivation: Schwindt shot this photo using a Canon 5D […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Thousands of Birds Greet Photographer Upon Arrival

Interesting Photo of the Day: Thousands of Birds Greet Photographer Upon Arrival

It appeared to be a gloomy evening when photographer Jim Richardson’s boat arrived at Boreray, a remote island off of Scotland’s west coast. He was in for a surprise though, as thousands of birds from the island’s large Gannet colony flew out to greet him: Gannets are large seabirds, typically found on the North Atlantic […]

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How to do Light Painting Long Exposures During Daylight Hours

How to do Light Painting Long Exposures During Daylight Hours

Not all photos are just one shot. Digital overlaying is an editing technique that involves blending multiple shots together to create one finished photo. Brazilian photographer and artist Vitor Schietti does just that using light painting and Photoshop: Schietti and his assistant start out by creating their own light paintings, and then they blend individual […]

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Flash Photography Techniques for Concerts in Bars & Nightclubs

Flash Photography Techniques for Concerts in Bars & Nightclubs

A common challenge that photographers face is shooting in dark places, such as bars and nightclubs. When there are limited or no light sources available, they need to be resourceful and create their own. This is much simpler than it sounds. Concert photographer David Bergman does it all the time. Learn more here: Bergman loves […]

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How to Use the Sun as a Keylight for Outdoor Portraits

How to Use the Sun as a Keylight for Outdoor Portraits

Afternoon sunlight doesn’t have to be harsh. It can actually enhance the beauty of outdoor photos by being turned into a soft keylight. Photographer Jay P. Morgan shows us how to do this when shooting a human model here: Morgan uses a translucent reflector that can be held up toward the human subject. With help from […]

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