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An Enchanting View of Paris Through a Classic Medium Format Camera

An Enchanting View of Paris Through a Classic Medium Format Camera

Paris is already such an enchanting city with its old narrow, meandering streets, romantic bridges, classic architecture and just an all-around charming feel. But look at those same Parisian streets and scenes through the view finder of an old medium format camera and everything just seems more real, more nostalgic. Here’s an enchanting short film portraying […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Inside a Glacier

Interesting Photo of the Day: Inside a Glacier

Imagine walking along the broken ground and through the ice tunnels atop an ancient glacier. What does it look like? In this photo, one hiker captured an incredibly clear and icy blue shot of a small, yet stunning tunnel. This crevice, atop Franz Josef Glacier, has been dubbed “The Holy Grail” by the guides: One […]

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Cringe Along as This Comedian Pretends to Be the Humans of New York Photographer

Cringe Along as This Comedian Pretends to Be the Humans of New York Photographer

There is an incredibly popular photography blog showcasing the people of NYC that continues to attract followers, pulling at heartstrings across the globe. You may have heard of it—Humans of New York. Everyone knows HONY nowadays; I mean, it has almost 10,000,000 followers on Facebook alone. But would you know the photographer behind it if […]

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The Diversity and Beauty of Sacramento Captured in a Timelapse

The Diversity and Beauty of Sacramento Captured in a Timelapse

With so many amazingly beautiful natural spaces and vibrant, unique cities in California, Sacramento often goes under the radar. But one photographer, a new Sacramento resident, saw the little city’s potential and captured it in a way that really applauds the city. Freelance destination multimedia specialist Justin Majeczky reveals the hidden beauty and vibe of Sacramento with this […]

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What is it Really Like to Be an Adventure Photographer?

What is it Really Like to Be an Adventure Photographer?

How do you live your life with no regrets? For adventure photographer Krystle Wright, the trick is to live and work her dream. Wright travels the world, camera always in hand, to experience life and capture each fleeting moment. To capture adventure, Wright says you have to be a part of it, and she absolutely emerges herself […]

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High School Student Petitions to Get His Epic Laser Cat Portrait in Yearbook

High School Student Petitions to Get His Epic Laser Cat Portrait in Yearbook

Gone are the days of generic, uniform student yearbook photos. It used to be that everyone got dressed up for picture day, sat on the same stool, made the same pose against the same tacky background, smiled the same smile. But today’s youth are bored with that. Students want to be seen for who they are; […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Using Quadcopters to Fly People, Not Cameras

Interesting Photo of the Day: Using Quadcopters to Fly People, Not Cameras

How many people are out there attaching cameras to quadcopters and sending them up into the air to explore the world from above? This is a great way to really get a bird’s eye view without having to wait for a chance to go up in an airplane, helicopter, hot-air balloon, glider, or whatever else will […]

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Angry Ram Attacks Drone Then Seeks Revenge on Photographer

Angry Ram Attacks Drone Then Seeks Revenge on Photographer

When it comes to aerial photography, drones make it possible to capture stunning scenery without the photographer having to be in an airplane, helicopter, hot air balloon or any other expensive means to get a bird’s eye view. They’re great for shooting cityscapes and amazing landscapes, but there is a question of privacy. Now, it’s […]

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Lighting Techniques for India-Inspired Portraits

Lighting Techniques for India-Inspired Portraits

There are countless light modifiers on the market designed for specific purposes. Photographer Andrea Belluso, however, goes outside the box and shows us how to be more creative with light-shaping tools. Here, he use the WideZoom Reflector, which is usually used to light backgrounds, as a main light and side light to create structure and unique, […]

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This Simple Tip Will Protect You from Identity Thieves With Thermal Cameras

This Simple Tip Will Protect You from Identity Thieves With Thermal Cameras

With the continued rapid advancement of technology, new software and devices are coming out all the time that better your camera phone and allow you to take unique and high quality photos. There are apps that can take long exposures, create panoramas, edit photos, and so on. There are detachable camera phone lenses ranging from macro […]

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