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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mountains in Motion

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mountains in Motion

High above the ground, many of the aerial shots we admire most are still and serene. So, when something a little more dynamic makes our radar, it leaves a lasting impression: It’s common knowledge that drones can fly hundreds of feet in the air and photographers can maintain control of an aircraft several miles away. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Jasper Overlooks the Canadian Rockies

Interesting Photo of the Day: Jasper Overlooks the Canadian Rockies

There’s a reason why dogs have earned the coveted title of “Man’s Best Friend.” They’re loyal, they’re intelligent, they’re lively, and most of all, they’re downright adorable. Jasper, a Siberian Husky/Labrador Retriever mix from Alberta encompasses everything we love about dogs. With his favorite people by his side, he’s up for even the most daunting […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Twilight Snowstorm on the Streets of Boston

Interesting Photo of the Day: Twilight Snowstorm on the Streets of Boston

Because it’s one of the oldest cities in the United States, walking through the streets of Boston can sometimes feel like taking a step into the past. Even with neon signs and streetlights illuminating the streets, it’s easy to lose yourself among the brownstones while reminiscing about the area’s storied past. While doing just that […]

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Christmas Tree Zoom Photography Trick

Christmas Tree Zoom Photography Trick

Looking to get in the holiday spirit? This starburst zoom trick shared by photographer Chelsea Northrup will make your festive family photos in front of the tree more interesting than ever: No, Northrup wasn’t forced to rig her living room up with industrial-grade lights to get this breathtaking image. All it takes to pull off this technique […]

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How to Photograph LED Christmas Lights

How to Photograph LED Christmas Lights

‘Tis the season! With Christmas just around the corner, friends and family are anxious to upload holiday photographs featuring Christmas lights of all shapes, sizes, and colors. Whether you’ve been the working behind the camera or simply observing the festivities of others, you may have noticed recently that capturing strings of lights doesn’t seem as […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Into the Heart of a Glacier

Interesting Photo of the Day: Into the Heart of a Glacier

Who knew that the world could look so beautiful through thick sheets of ice? Looking from the inside out, Belgian photographer Jean-Francois Chaubard delved deep into an icy corridor to capture this incredible scene: Iceland has become a must-see destination for adventurers and artists around the world. The dramatic landscape above illustrates the magic those visitors believe […]

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A Fall Foliage Photography Walkthrough

A Fall Foliage Photography Walkthrough

For nature and landscape photographers, the small window in which autumn leaves emerge is one of the most anticipated events of the entire year. Vibrant colors explode as leaves begin to drop, one by one, to the earth below. Like moths to a lamp, the pristine beauty draws cameras out to try to grab a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Beached Icebergs

Interesting Photo of the Day: Beached Icebergs

When most people think of the beach, warm weather, tropical plant life, and sunbathers in bikinis come to mind. So, when an iceberg washes ashore instead, it’s bound to turn a few heads. Understandably, photographer Garret Weintrob couldn’t pass up this incredible photo op along the southern coast of Iceland: As unlikely as it seems, the massive […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Looking Up from Down Under

Interesting Photo of the Day: Looking Up from Down Under

“The best photos happen accidentally,” states Australian landscape photographer Anton Gorlin. While this statement may have some truth to it, it’s hard to deny that the creative eye and technical finesse of the artist played a significant part in materializing today’s featured image: Though Gorlin’s title is pretty self explanatory, it doesn’t make this nightscape any less […]

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iPhone Food Photography Tips

iPhone Food Photography Tips

Ready to make some mouths water? As it turns out, a high-end camera isn’t a pre-requisite for stunning images on par with what a professional could deliver. Expert director and food photographer Skyler Burt proves in this video that, with a little bit of precision and a few secret weapons, your smartphone can capture five-star […]

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