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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mirror in a Salt Flat

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mirror in a Salt Flat

Australian photographer Murray Fredericks is known for his breathtaking images of Lake Eyre, an expansive salt lake in the South Australian Outback. About every eight years, the normally dry basin fills with salt water, creating a mirror-like effect with the sky so that on calm days it’s hard to tell where they even separate. Fredericks has been […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Orangutan in the Rain

Interesting Photo of the Day: Orangutan in the Rain

Here’s a heartwarming photo of an orangutan shielding himself from the rain with a taro leaf. This picture, taken by Andrew Suryono, is so incredibly cute. The orangutan doesn’t look put out or sad, he’s just peacefully sitting there watching the rain, perhaps enjoying the rhythmic and soothing pitter-patter of the warm drops: Suryono is a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Perfectly Timed Squirrel Photo

Interesting Photo of the Day: Perfectly Timed Squirrel Photo

Remember that squirrel photobomb picture that went viral a few years back? The one where the curious little guy jumped in front of the camera of a camera in Banff National Park? Well this isn’t it. But, this perfectly timed photo of two squirrels playing is just as cute and funny. It looks like one of the […]

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5 Easy Camera Hacks

5 Easy Camera Hacks

You don’t always need fancy, expensive camera gear to be creative with your photography. There are a bunch of cool things you can do to add artsy and eye-catching effects with simple everyday items. Here, Cape Town-based photographer Sheldon Evans shows us five easy camera hacks using things you can find in your own home: […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Fog Waves

Interesting Photo of the Day: Fog Waves

The San Francisco Bay area is by far one of the most beautiful places on earth to photograph. With the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, stunning skyline, gorgeous natural spaces, and dynamic weather, there’s pretty much something for every type of photographer. But, what happens when you go above the land? Landscape photographer Nicholas Steinberg takes […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Bastille Day at the Eiffel Tower

Interesting Photo of the Day: Bastille Day at the Eiffel Tower

July 14 is already a pretty big day in France as locals celebrate Bastille Day, or rather la Fête nationale, but 2014 was extra special. Coinciding with the 100th anniversary of WWI, the Bastille Day celebrations in Paris came with a brilliant fireworks display. dishesRdone captured the dramatic display that lit up the Eiffel Tower: The 14th of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Meteor Shower Over McCloud Falls

Interesting Photo of the Day: Meteor Shower Over McCloud Falls

Northern California provides many a photo op, with its lush forests, high mountains, gorgeous rivers and expansive lakes; it’s truly a nature photographer’s playground. In the Cascades, just southeast of Mount Shasta, runs the McCloud River, with a bunch of spring-fed streams and waterfalls. The McCloud Waterfalls are picturesque at any time of day, but […]

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Using Light to Create Separation Between the Subject & Background for Portraits

Using Light to Create Separation Between the Subject & Background for Portraits

One of the fundamental principles of lighting is creating separation between the subject and background. There are many ways you can do this using one or more lights simply by changing where you direct the light. Here, Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens gives a great tutorial on how to easily create separation using light: […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Adorable Wild Boar Piglet

Interesting Photo of the Day: Adorable Wild Boar Piglet

While this little guy may grow up to be a destructive, dangerous nuisance, here in this moment caught by Sander van der Wel, he’s just a cute, harmless piglet out for a playful romp in the woods: The photographer was able to get a clean, crisp close-up shot of the wild boar piglet, or as […]

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Still Life Photography: 7 Tips and Steps

Still Life Photography: 7 Tips and Steps

Shooting still life doesn’t mean the images have to be dull. You can add life and a sense of whimsy to your still lifes with a little creativity. Once again, COOPH delivers the creative goods in this video about shooting awesome still life photography with a few household items and some imagination: 1. Plan Your […]

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