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Interesting Photo of the Day: Hot Air Balloon Ride In Cappadocia, Turkey

Interesting Photo of the Day: Hot Air Balloon Ride In Cappadocia, Turkey

The cheerful floating balloons dotting the dreamlike landscape look more like something from Dr Seuss’s alternate reality than a place here on planet Earth. This fantastic image was captured by Gypsy Joyce on a hot air balloon ride in Cappadocia, Turkey: Cappadocia is a hot spot for tourists searching for cultural, historical and geological treasures. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure of a Glowing Rock Climber

Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure of a Glowing Rock Climber

No, this strange light pattern isn’t the product of some rogue glow bugs; it’s the work of one very creative rock climber. Photographer shatteredankle (a screen name inspired by an unfortunate climbing accident) wanted to try something different and attached multicolored glow sticks to each of his limbs during a long exposure shot: The 40 […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Meet Dexter, the Kayaking Dog

Interesting Photo of the Day: Meet Dexter, the Kayaking Dog

We’ve all heard the saying: a dog is man’s best friend. Most people probably wouldn’t take it as literally as Galen Lofstedt, who brings his adorable furry friend on leisurely kayak trips— just like two old buddies: Lofstedt snapped this chuckle-worthy photo on his GoPro after passing under the Granville Street Bridge in Vancouver, BC. Lofstedt put it […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Cloud of Tadpoles

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Cloud of Tadpoles

In British Colombia, Canada, thousands of tiny tadpoles swim beneath the surface of a lily pad covered lake. Capturing this type of incredible and highly unusual scene is the norm for New Zealand underwater photographer Eiko Jones: Since picking up his first DSLR at the age of 14, Jones has been photographing the natural world—from […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: High Up in Longsheng, China

Interesting Photo of the Day: High Up in Longsheng, China

Having the desire (and sometimes the guts) to visit remote locations certainly has its payoffs in captivating imagery. This incredible scene was photographed in Longsheng, China by photographer Ian Webb: Webb sometimes braves long journeys, harsh climates, and spine-tingling events to get his stunning shots. In an interview with Flickr, Webb explains, “I really love […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Grizzly Turned Photographer

Interesting Photo of the Day: Grizzly Turned Photographer

These days it seems everyone is picking up a camera and enjoying the art of photography. Even our large furry friends on the west coast of Canada are testing the waters: Jim Lawrence, a B.C. photographer, captured this winning moment of a curious grizzly bear when out photographing the banks near Revelstoke. Lawrence submitted his photo to CBC […]

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The Challenges of Photographing a Pilot and Fighter Jet

The Challenges of Photographing a Pilot and Fighter Jet

In our photographic careers, we inevitably face times where we must photograph our subjects in less than perfect circumstances. But have you ever tried to photograph a fighter jet in bright sun? Jay P. Morgan shows us his lighting process on an air force base shoot:  Shooting in Bright Sun Light When Morgan arrives […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Rush Hour Traffic in Yellowstone National Park

Interesting Photo of the Day: Rush Hour Traffic in Yellowstone National Park

It’s not every day you come across a heard of bison wandering along the highway in the early morning hours. But for those traveling through Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, this is a typical occurrence. A beautiful contrast between the natural inhabitants of the vast American landscape versus modern day interference. One photographer captured what […]

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How to Remove Your Ex From a Photo in Photoshop

How to Remove Your Ex From a Photo in Photoshop

Leaving your ex in your profile pictures with you can be awkward. But a failed crop job with limbs left in the picture is even worse. Photoshop’s pen tool, clone stamp, and brush tool are all you need to get rid of that ex as Phlearn shows us, once and for all in this video […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Building Reflections

Interesting Photo of the Day: Building Reflections

Modern versus traditional, sleek versus ornamental. The old architecture of Midtown, New York City is reflected in the new. Reflections are a wonderful thing and allow us to do just that: reflect. “Inception: New York” was taken by famous HDR photographer Trey Ratcliff on a stroll from Bryant Park on his way to the Facebook […]

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