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Interesting Photo of the Day: Magical Winter in Yosemite

Interesting Photo of the Day: Magical Winter in Yosemite

At first glance, this almost feels like a shot from the movies, but Oxus007 manages to capture an ice cold moment at Yosemite. Yosemite is no stranger to tourists as an attraction during the winter season. Many plan camping trips to enjoy skiing, ice skating, and stargazing, along with several other activities during the winter […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Glowing Tent Under a Winter Sky

Interesting Photo of the Day: Glowing Tent Under a Winter Sky

Have you ever been camping in the winter? I mean, really camping—tent, sleeping bag, in the wilderness, under the clear, crisp winter sky, sleeping on snow? Colorado photographer Lars Leber lives for this kind of stuff and frequently hikes the beautiful, natural areas of Colorado to photograph its picturesque landscapes. Here, he captures his typical […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Popping a Bubble

Interesting Photo of the Day: Popping a Bubble

A photographer should never have limits to their creativity. Richard Heeks does an amazing job at capturing the burst of this bubble midway through the process. These types of images require perfect timing, and assurance is given when the camera is set to burst mode: Equipment and Settings Nikon D90 70mm f/5 ISO 800 1/500 of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Drone Panorama

Interesting Photo of the Day: Drone Panorama

Pretty much everyone is familiar with Hollywood’s Christopher Nolan and the creativity he brought to cinematography when he gave us Inception. He has also been a trendsetter and source of inspiration for many years, which brings us to this Inception-style drone photo taken by ezzif. This style of processed photography is also referred to as […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lone Pine Tree on Cliff in Norway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lone Pine Tree on Cliff in Norway

When it comes to landscape photography, Norway has some of the world’s best views with its dramatic scenery, including many imposing mountains and expansive, majestic Fjords. This is a shot taken over Sunndalsfjorden in Sunndal municipality during sunset. A tiny pine tree stands alone on the edge of the cliff, overlooking the breathtaking scene: This […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Aerial View of a Lone Surfer

Interesting Photo of the Day: Aerial View of a Lone Surfer

The invention of the drone definitely has its advantages when it comes to photography. Thanks to these high flying cameras, we can now capture some stunning aerial images that we could only dream of before. And, since the cost of drones has dropped a lot, more and more professionals and amateurs can use this exciting […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Low Angle of the Oneonta Gorge Waterfall

Interesting Photo of the Day: Low Angle of the Oneonta Gorge Waterfall

At first glance, this image looks like something magical from Narnia. Captured at a low angle and with a balanced composition, landscape photographer Ross Schram von Haupt shows the impact different seasons have on the beautiful Oneonta Gorge in Oregon. Surprisingly, the photo was taken in a handheld position and a tripod was not required […]

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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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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mossy Grotto Falls

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mossy Grotto Falls

Have you ever seen mother nature in motion? This photo was taken a few hours after dawn in the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon by photographer Matt Meisenheimer. He set his camera to bulb mode and fixed the tripod where the current was mellow. Isn’t it amazing what the wireless shutter release remote can do? The long […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Cinematic Toronto

Interesting Photo of the Day: Cinematic Toronto

“I wander the streets of Toronto at night, looking for cinematic moments. This is what I found…” That’s the lead-up to this beautifully dark, gritty shot of Toronto—one of many from city photographer bora.vs.bora, who is becoming well-known for his cinematic urban photography. Here, he captures a solitary man standing on a dark, wet city […]

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