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Interesting Photo of the Day: Wild Korean Pine

Interesting Photo of the Day: Wild Korean Pine

Nathaniel Merz, an elementary school teacher working in South Korea, was driven away from his workplace due to the chaos of the pandemic. However, in this time of uncertainty, Merz was able to offer a small slice of tranquility in the form of today’s serene shot. Trekking a mountain off the beaten path with his […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Tracking the Milky Way

Interesting Photo of the Day: Tracking the Milky Way

Filled with rich color and fine details, well-executed astrophotography never ceases to amaze us. Today’s show-stopping image courtesy of photographer Daniel Stein is no exception. But when you find out everything that went into making this shot possible, you’ll gain a whole new level of appreciation. The panorama above is actually composed of 28 tracked […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Artist’s Palette Trail

Interesting Photo of the Day: Artist’s Palette Trail

Who knew Death Valley could be so colorful? At a glance, today’s image is more reminiscent of an otherworldly ice cream sundae than an inhospitable desert. Landscape photographer Al Baker managed to find a strategic perch on the Artist’s Palette trail in California, where he then snapped a shot of his girlfriend strolling ahead. Using […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Snowy Japanese Cedars

Interesting Photo of the Day: Snowy Japanese Cedars

For today’s interesting photo feature, we’ll be traveling to a sleepy Shinto shrine resting at the base of a remote mountain. In the dead of winter, not many brave the cold to visit the sacred site. But, as this image clearly illustrates, those that do are rewarded with an unbelievable view. Shot by Australian-based photographer […]

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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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Shield Your Camera From Rain and Snow with This Inexpensive Hack

Shield Your Camera From Rain and Snow with This Inexpensive Hack

Cameras are built to be durable enough to withstand weather, drops, shocks, and plenty of other accidents and anomalies. Nevertheless, most photographers want to prolong the life of their equipment as much as possible. Luckily, protecting your camera doesn’t need to be an expense that breaks your bank account: As Benjamin Jaworskyj explains, you can effectively keep your gear […]

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Quick Tips for Holiday Portraits and Christmas Family Photos

Quick Tips for Holiday Portraits and Christmas Family Photos

The end of the year brings with it one of the busiest times of year for portrait photographers. For Christmas cards and photo albums alike, many families use the holidays as an opportunity to get their pictures taken with their loved ones. How can you make the most of the season as a photographer? David […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Matsumoto in the Snow

Interesting Photo of the Day: Matsumoto in the Snow

Each year, thousands of people stream through Japan’s Nagano prefecture to catch a glimpse of towering Matsumoto castle. Naturally, just about every visitor on the grounds is eventually compelled to take out their camera and snap a few shots. As beautiful as the structure is, this presents a challenge for photographers. After all, how do […]

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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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Interesting Photo of the Day: Timelapse Engagement

Interesting Photo of the Day: Timelapse Engagement

Believe it or not, today’s interesting photo is not ripped straight from a Disney film. Rather, critically acclaimed photographer Alex Nye used his craft to turn one of the most important moments of his life into something downright magical: Reaching the peak of California’s Grass Mountain is no small feat, as the path quickly becomes steep […]

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