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Interesting Photo of the Day: Gulp

Interesting Photo of the Day: Gulp

An unlucky fish was caught on a hook—and on camera. Canadian Photographer Jeremy Koreski captured this fish using the over-under technique, giving the viewer a glimpse of the surface and underwater at the same time. This has to be done with a camera protected by an underwater housing. Koreski grew up near the ocean in […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Miniature London

Interesting Photo of the Day: Miniature London

Tilt-shift photography, or miniature photography, can make a huge bridge look like a tiny miniature toy. Photographer Raphael CloudWhisperer67 shot this famous London bridge last year using a tilt shift lens. The lens can tilt, which gives the miniature effect and helps you control your focus on multiple planes and shift, which can help minimize distortion and is often used in […]

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How to Do Panning Shots of Bicycles

How to Do Panning Shots of Bicycles

If you appreciate photos with movement in them, then definitely check out this tutorial. In this video, learn how to create beautiful panning shots of bicycles in the rain from Gavin Hoey of Adorama. He shows you how to create and post-process panning shots with some simple and easy to follow techniques in Photoshop or […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: View from the Mast

Interesting Photo of the Day: View from the Mast

One brave photographer climbed to the top of the mast of a boat to capture this dizzying shot. We can’t decide whether this is a gorgeous shot of the sail boat below or a nauseating shot for those with a fear of heights. However this photo makes you feel, I think we can all agree […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Eye of the Waterfall

Interesting Photo of the Day: Eye of the Waterfall

Photographer Jarred Decker captured this awesome shot of North Falls from inside a cave, making it look like a dragon’s eye. This particular waterfall is in Silver Falls State Park in Oregon. The falls are accessible from an easy hike close to Portland and are spectacular year round though are best in the spring: Decker […]

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6 Easy DIY Filters to Enhance Your Photography

6 Easy DIY Filters to Enhance Your Photography

Want to enhance the mood of your photography using just household items? Sony put together this quick and straightforward tutorial on using items found around the house to make your own filters at home. From dreamy focus to building your own macro lens, you can easily start using these tips today: Diffusion Filter Effect This […]

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How to Use a Manual Lens

How to Use a Manual Lens

Manual lenses are becoming more popular as adapters make it easier to use whatever lens you like. But surprisingly, they also have the added benefit of making you a much stealthier photographer. Mark Wallace gives us a tutorial on how to set up your manual lens and throws in some practical tips for when and […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Portuguese Man O’ War

Interesting Photo of the Day: Portuguese Man O’ War

One of the most unusual sea creatures looks like a jellyfish, but it’s actually more than one organism. While beautiful to look at, the creature can give you a painful sting. Unlike a jellyfish, the Man O’ War, or Bluebottle, is actually a siphonophore, made up of smaller creatures called zooids that all rely on […]

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How to Whiten Teeth Using Photoshop

How to Whiten Teeth Using Photoshop

Sometimes teeth need some adjustments to look their best. A photo of someone with a gorgeous smile but with stained teeth can detract from your final image. Aaron Nace from Phlearn breaks teeth whitening in Photoshop down into a few easy steps and gives us some bonus info on using the liquify tool to also correct […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Train of Sheep Brave Harsh Winter Weather

Interesting Photo of the Day: Train of Sheep Brave Harsh Winter Weather

We can’t complain too much about the winter weather when we see an image like this one. The photographer for this shot went the extra mile to join these hard-working animals on their snowy path: This is a great example of a leading line (and a literal line of sheep), drawing our eyes through the […]

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