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Instant Cure for Photography Gear Acquisition Syndrome

Instant Cure for Photography Gear Acquisition Syndrome

Photography duo Tony and Chelsea Northrup generally spend their time reviewing camera gear and producing video tutorials. The two are professionals when it comes to entertaining an audience. As is evident in their latest viral video, the two have learned to laugh at themselves through their experiences as internet personalities: No doubt inspired by conversations with […]

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Long Haul Pilot Captures Night Flight in Timelapse

Long Haul Pilot Captures Night Flight in Timelapse

More so than most people, Sales Wick keeps his eyes in the sky. That’s because, aside from being one part of a Zurich based film agency, he’s an experienced airline pilot. Whether he’s flying a drone or a commercial jet, the majority of his work is produced high above the Earth’s surface: In this recent piece combining […]

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Photographing Honey Hunters in the Himalayas

Photographing Honey Hunters in the Himalayas

How far would you be willing to go to capture a story? Renan Ozturk, Ben Ayers, Mark Synott, and the rest of the team behind “The Last Honey Hunter” traveled to the other side of the globe in order to record the incredible tale behind one small Nepalese village: On assignment with National Geographic, the core […]

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How to Take Portraits at Night: 10 Tips

How to Take Portraits at Night: 10 Tips

Low light photography as a whole proves to be a challenge, but getting a decent portrait once the sun goes down can be especially difficult. An off camera flash can remedy many of the issues that arise most frequently, but it isn’t always the most intuitive tool. Photographer Francisco Hernandez breaks down some of the techniques he’s […]

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Solar Eclipse Photography Tips

Solar Eclipse Photography Tips

Chances are, you’ve heard about the full solar eclipse that’s set to pass through North America on August 21, 2017. Across the US, small towns and cities alike are gearing up for the phenomena—the likes of which have not been visible to mainland Americans since 1979. But are you prepared to get the picture you’re […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lenticular Cloud Over Mt. Rainier

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lenticular Cloud Over Mt. Rainier

In the spring and summer months, the land surrounding Tipsoo Lake in Washington state comes alive with the colors of wildflowers and huckleberry shrubs. Nevertheless, it retains much of its pristine beauty when the winter months come and blanket the world in a layer of snow. Photographer Cody Wilson managed to capture this stunning moment of the […]

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How to Take a Milky Way Self Portrait

How to Take a Milky Way Self Portrait

Mike Ver Sprill’s Midnight Explorer series is nothing short of spectacular. Poetic, yet technically impressive, the silhouette portraits entwine seamlessly with colorful nightscapes spattered with stars. But how exactly do you go about building a shot like Ver Sprill’s? By popular demand, he’s revealed step by step just how he manages to make his incredible images: The […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mt Hood Sunrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mt Hood Sunrise

Washington based landscape photographer Ross Schram von Haupt lucked out when he caught a passing glimpse of this vista illuminated by the soft light of the rising sun. Surrounded by rows and rows of towering pines, the prominent peak of Oregon’s Mt. Hood radiates vibrant shades of pink and purple: Taken from the volcanic peak of […]

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Do’s and Don’t’s for Landscape Photographers

Do’s and Don’t’s for Landscape Photographers

While capturing landscapes may seem straightforward to the inexperienced eye, it often takes years of practice to truly perfect. Finding the gear and shooting techniques that produce the best results is a learning experience that never fully ends. Luckily for those just starting to develop an idea of what goes into a great landscape, Craig […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Acadia’s Wonders

Interesting Photo of the Day: Acadia’s Wonders

Just a few miles from some of Maine’s most popular tourist destinations lies Raven’s Nest, an unmarked overlook of the Atlantic Ocean. While exploring Acadia National Park, photographer Colin Zwirner managed to stumble onto the remote landmark at one of the most opportune moments possible: Creating a panorama composed of six separate exposures, Zwiner captured serene […]

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