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Northern Lights Photography Tips

Northern Lights Photography Tips

Aurora borealis, commonly known as the Northern Lights, is a pretty incredible phenomenon that displays the real beauty of nature. The light display is especially cool if you’re a photographer (whether you’re an amateur enthusiast or a pro), as it provides a perfect scene for an excellent shot. Here, Stockholm based photographer Micael Widell shares […]

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8 Tricks for DIY Photo Filters

8 Tricks for DIY Photo Filters

If you love taking artistic pictures, you probably use filters to help create interesting and dynamic still images. However, professional filters can be quite costly and may set you back a penny or two. But you don’t have to go that route. With a few household items and a little imagination, you can create your […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: SpaceX Zuma Launch and Landing on Film SLR

Interesting Photo of the Day: SpaceX Zuma Launch and Landing on Film SLR

Photographers all around the world have been traveling to the launch sites to capture history in the making. Michael Seeley is no exception. A skilled photographer and space enthusiast, who is also the co-founder of We Report Space, Seeley was on-site to capture the Spacex Zuma launch and landing on film, which produced this incredible single […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Skiing Under the Aurora Borealis

Interesting Photo of the Day: Skiing Under the Aurora Borealis

Canadian photographer, Reuben Krabbe has made quite the name for himself in the action sports photography world. With his obvious passion for the art and his determination to find obscure locations and unique perspectives, Krabbe has seen success in renowned magazines and all over the internet. His hard work and dedication was proven after he […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: View of NYC from the Edge of a Skyscraper

Interesting Photo of the Day: View of NYC from the Edge of a Skyscraper

New York City is definitely one of the most photographed cities in the world. With its impressive, iconic skyline, the city that never sleeps provides a rich canvas for many cityscape, street, and architecture photographers. In his series, “Intersection,” Brooklyn-based photographer Navid Baraty offers us a unique perspective of NYC. Here, we see the real life […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: 10 Minute Exposure at Sunrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: 10 Minute Exposure at Sunrise

Taking a great looking 10-minute exposure is a challenge at the best of times. But, in the daytime, it can be an especially finicky process. Photographer Stanley Klasz has taken many long exposures and has found 10 minutes to be the magic number for the look and feel he’s going for. This particular shot by […]

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Headshot Photography Studio Equipment Setup

Headshot Photography Studio Equipment Setup

How do I start? What type of equipment do I need? Do I have to spend a ton of money? These are some of the questions that plague us when we think about setting up a photography studio for the first time. Wouldn’t it be great if someone just told you what you need exactly? […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Plane in a Puddle

Interesting Photo of the Day: Plane in a Puddle

Walking around Bogota with his friends one day, Colombian photographer Alfonso León came across a puddle that perfectly reflected the Aseguradora del Valle along with surrounding buildings. Then a plane came along and he was able to capture a perfectly timed reflected image of it flying over the city—which would be cool enough, but even better, he […]

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Understanding Aperture for Beginners

Understanding Aperture for Beginners

Aperture is just one setting that makes up your exposure, but once you understand it you can drastically change how your image looks. In this video by B & H, aperture is explained in the simplest way possible—from why the numbers are what they are and how it works to how different apertures affect your […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Cat Photobombs Family Picture

Interesting Photo of the Day: Cat Photobombs Family Picture

Our pets, and even wild animals, have been stealing the spotlight for years and they’re getting bolder. Reddit user linkinstreet recently posted a great shot of a family portrait gone wrong. Or right, depending on how you look at it. The family poses for a big group shot and just before the shutter goes off, […]

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