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Interesting Photo of the Day: Jane Goodall Greets a Baby Chimpanzee

Interesting Photo of the Day: Jane Goodall Greets a Baby Chimpanzee

Photography has always allowed us to document momentous events in history. In this photo, pioneering primatologist Jane Goodall greets a young chimpanzee named Flint in Tanzania’s Gombe Stream Game Reserve. Photographed by Hugo van Lawick, the photo series titled “New Discoveries Among Africa’s Chimpanzees” ran in the December 1965 issue of National Geographic: After receiving her first research grant from […]

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Adorable Marmot Steals the Timelapse Show

Adorable Marmot Steals the Timelapse Show

We all have that one friend who unpredictably and flawlessly sweeps in through the doorway and steals the show. They may frequently be found photobombing selfies or group photos. There’s one in every group. In the wild, there are these types of characters as well. The unsuspecting timelapse photographers at Greenpeace got a shock when […]

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What is a Tilt-Shift Lens and How Does it Work?

What is a Tilt-Shift Lens and How Does it Work?

There is something undeniably charming about seeing our world in miniature scale—tiny cars, tiny people, and tiny dramas. Created by the “tilt-shift” lens, the effect has gained a lot of popularity (some would argue too much) over the past few years. Beyond producing the miniature effect, the tilt-shift lens possesses some amazing functions. Vincent Laforet […]

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Easy Photography Hack: Read the Light With a Marble

Easy Photography Hack: Read the Light With a Marble

Light is the essence of photography. And being able to capture the light to our benefit is what sets a great photographer apart from the rest. But sometimes finding the precise direction of light can be a little tricky. Professional photographer Frank Donnino shows us how to use a marble to pinpoint the light source: […]

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Photo Prank: Just How Many Photos Will a Stranger Take for You?

Photo Prank: Just How Many Photos Will a Stranger Take for You?

We’ve all been the victims of seemingly endless photo shoots for strangers. We’ve been out walking when we’re asked to take a photo for someone. Before we know it, we’ve been handed several phones or cameras and perhaps even asked to do re-takes for a group of people on their special night out. And we’ve […]

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Photo Booth for Dogs

Photo Booth for Dogs

Who says photo booths are just for humans? These adorable fuzzy friends took to the studio to get a few glam shots done. Why would a dog need glam shots? Well, in order to get adopted! Photographer Guinnevere Shuster teamed up with The Humane Society of Utah and came up with a brilliant plan to […]

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Check Out the Unbelievable Resolution of a 10K Timelapse

Check Out the Unbelievable Resolution of a 10K Timelapse

Photography is a fascinating art form. It’s a forever evolving facet for personal expression, visual pleasure, data collection, and technological feats. Joe Capra, of Scientifantastic, combines beauty of imagery with the science of new photographic technologies. This 10k video exposes the impressive resolution of the PhaseOne IQ180: Capra captured the radiant and eclectic beauty of Rio de […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Plane Soars Through a Solar Eclipse

Interesting Photo of the Day: Plane Soars Through a Solar Eclipse

Perfectly timed photos are something everyone can appreciate, although, probably not as much as the photographer (You know, that person pulling the fist pumps and exclaiming, “Yes!” to themselves in the corner.) This image was photographed just as an airplane crossed the path of a solar eclipse in January 2010: Chaiwat Subprasom captured the image […]

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4 Photography Lighting Terms You Need to Know

4 Photography Lighting Terms You Need to Know

The essence of photography is built upon the workings of light and shadow. And when it comes to portrait lighting, the use of light and shadow has very different effects on the final image. In order to create some common ground between photographers, Lindsay Adler has identified a few key photography terms that you should […]

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See a Camera’s Inner Workings at 10,000 FPS

See a Camera’s Inner Workings at 10,000 FPS

Have you ever wondered what goes on inside your camera when the shutter is released? Many of you curious photographers have probably experimented by removing the lens and clicking away at the shutter button. But, have you ever witnessed a camera in all its shutter-shifting glory at ten thousand frames per second? Now you can: […]

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