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The Philosophy of a Street Photographer

The Philosophy of a Street Photographer

There’s not much more captivating than well-executed street photography. However, approaching the candid genre can be a major challenge. Though photographer Hyun Ralph Jeong may not make his living off of street shots, he’s passionate about getting out and about with his camera. Here, he shares his motivations and personal philosophy in hopes that you […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Blue Lava

Interesting Photo of the Day: Blue Lava

Today’s image isn’t the result of a specialized filter or selective coloring. At Ethiopia’s Danakil Depression, blue flames naturally erupt from the ground. For the past few years, French photographer Olivier Grunewald has documented volcanic hotbeds, but few locations are quite as brilliant as Dallol volcano: National Geographic once dubbed Danakil, which is at the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mountain Goat Landscape

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mountain Goat Landscape

As warm days wane slowly into fall, today’s interesting photo truly captures the magic of a late summer evening in one of the world’s most picturesque parks. While the snowcapped mountains that we’re accustomed to seeing out of Glacier National Park are certainly majestic, the wildflowers and vibrant colors of summer seem like something out […]

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Debunking Photography’s Biggest Myths

Debunking Photography’s Biggest Myths

Don’t believe everything that you hear. There are plenty of myths that run rampant throughout the photographic community. Even the most experienced professionals have a handful of beliefs that simply aren’t true. Luckily, landscape photographer Nigel Danson has taken the time to dispel some of the most widespread falsehoods among professionals: Here’s Danson’s in-depth take […]

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The Photographer’s Guide to Saving Time

The Photographer’s Guide to Saving Time

As any avid shutterbug can attest, photography is not a 9-5 job. Your work is far from complete the second you press the shutter. There’s always gear maintenance and prep work that needs to be done before the next adventure begins. Not to mention a never-ending queue of raw files waiting patiently for a digital facelift. No […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Rocket Launch from Swamp

Interesting Photo of the Day: Rocket Launch from Swamp

The only thing braver than treading waist-deep into a dark swamp frequented by alligators? Headed into said waters with a few thousand dollars worth of camera gear in tow. Luckily, teenage photographer John Kraus of Satellite Beach, Florida, is undeterred by the obstacles his environment presents. By hopping straight into the waters outside Cape Canaveral, […]

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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: Lightning Surrounds Ostankino Tower

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Surrounds Ostankino Tower

Moscow based photographer Denis Murin was fortunate enough to have had his camera in tow when he witnessed this striking scene. This image features Russia’s Ostankino Tower, a 540 meter telecommunication center that dwarfs the city’s high rise apartments. Brightly lit, it serves as a sturdy neon beacon in the face of an ominous thunderstorm: Murin was able to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Island at the Edge of the World

Interesting Photo of the Day: Island at the Edge of the World

Sometimes the best images materialize when you’re willing to take a risk. For German landscape photographer Daniel Skeye, that certainly proved to be the case: Believe it or not, Skeye captured this incredible shot of Mardalsfossen blindly. Initially, he flew his drone over 700 meters high to the edge of the waterfall, but once the drone made […]

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5 Tips for Buying a Film Camera

5 Tips for Buying a Film Camera

We may be living in a digital age, but film photography still has a strong following among camera aficionados. Getting a pristine condition film camera can be something of a challenge. However, a little bit of TLC can give an old shutter new life. Casey Cavanaugh shares five tips for buying a used film camera: 1. […]

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