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Interesting Photo of the Day: Papua New Guinea Paradise

Interesting Photo of the Day: Papua New Guinea Paradise

Papua New Guinea has some of the most rugged, unexplored land in the world. It also has amazingly clear, picturesque ocean scenery, like seen here. This half underwater, half above water photo taken by David Doubilet captures the beautiful, thriving coral and a simple, peaceful local custom: Taken at Kimbe Bay, where the coral reef […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Vietnamese Fisherman with Bamboo Traps

Interesting Photo of the Day: Vietnamese Fisherman with Bamboo Traps

In Vietnamese, the named for a bamboo fish trap is a “Đó.” Basically, you put some bait in the trap, set it in a stream, and wait. After a few hours, you’ll find anything from fish to eels to crabs inside, which are then sold at the local markets. Here, you can see a Vietnamese fisherman carrying […]

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How to Mount and Frame Your Own Photo Prints

How to Mount and Frame Your Own Photo Prints

It can get pretty pricey having your prints mounted and framed. Commercial photographer Tony Roslund shows us how we can skip going to the photo lab by mounting and framing prints ourselves: If you have a photo printer at home and want to know how to mount your prints on foamcore, Roslund takes you through a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Manhattan Skyline at Sunset

Interesting Photo of the Day: Manhattan Skyline at Sunset

Is there a more breathtaking, more photographed scene than the Lower Manhattan skyline? Add in a sunset and it magically gets even more stunning. The pink, warm light reflecting off the impressive architecture and the East River adds a dramatic effect for picture-perfect shots. This long exposure of the skyline by photographer Colin Kelly beautifully portrays […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Finnish Lapland Trees in Winter

Interesting Photo of the Day: Finnish Lapland Trees in Winter

If you’re willing to make the trip and can bear the frigid, glacial temperatures, the Arctic Circle and its surrounding area might very well have some of the most beautiful, pleasantly chilling photo ops imaginable. Here, you can see how sub-freezing temperatures and driving wind and snow can turn a field of trees into a […]

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How to Fake a Sunset Photography Tutorial

How to Fake a Sunset Photography Tutorial

The best time to capture beautifully lit photos outside is during  the golden hour, which is basically the hour after sunrise and the hour before sunset. The sun at these times induces a warm feeling in an image. But, the problem is these two moments don’t last long. So if you aren’t lucky enough to […]

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3 Tips on How to Capture Moon Pictures

3 Tips on How to Capture Moon Pictures

In the wake of January’s Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse, you might be wondering how so many photographers captured perfectly stunning photos of the rare astronomical event. Shooting the moon can be frustrating since it’s so deceptively difficult. Even though you clearly see a big, bright, and beautiful moon hanging in the sky, your camera […]

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Photography Challenge: 30 Street Portraits in 2 Hours

Photography Challenge: 30 Street Portraits in 2 Hours

Finding the perfect shot is a never-ending goal for photographers around the globe. Options for things like backdrops, light setups, and model selection are virtually infinite. Many photographers spend countless hours and buy thousands of dollars’ worth of equipment in hopes of capturing that one perfect shot. But, photographer and technical editor Matt Higgs takes a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Drone Light Painting

Interesting Photo of the Day: Drone Light Painting

Inspired by a dream he had as a child, Roger Essig uses photography and modern technology to recreate light patterns dancing across star-lit skies. To explore light painting and recreate the dream, Essig uses drones, different lighting, unique compositing techniques, and multiple exposures. As you can see from this image, his portfolio has quite the artistic approach: […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Iceland’s Dragon Rock

Interesting Photo of the Day: Iceland’s Dragon Rock

The breathtaking Icelandic landscape strikes again! On the eastern shore of the Vatnsnes peninsula lies Hvítserkur, a 15 meter high basalt stack formed by centuries of water and wind erosion. Photographer Brian Rueb visited the stack and captured this incredibly vibrant image of the iconic rock: Hvítserkur rests in Northwest Iceland and has become quite the […]

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