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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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Interesting Photo of the Day: Auroras Over Crater Lake

Interesting Photo of the Day: Auroras Over Crater Lake

Few places on Earth match the beauty of the Icelandic countryside, and this photo shows exactly why photographers are flocking to the island’s Golden Circle route: Situated at a high latitude just outside of the Arctic Circle, Iceland is one of the best places on the planet to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Kayaking Under the Stars

Interesting Photo of the Day: Kayaking Under the Stars

Photographer Garret Weintrob‘s work is nothing short of magnificent. On a still, quiet Wyoming night, he captured a moment capable of catapulting viewers into a surreal sea of stars. Gazing upon this landscape, there’s no debating the artist’s creative prowess. But the more pressing question for most photographers is how Weintrob managed to pull the shot off: In […]

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Making the Most of the TCM Flash Function

Making the Most of the TCM Flash Function

On its own, a speedlite may seem like a humble, straightforward piece of equipment. However, for many photographers, learning to manually balance flash photography involves a lot of guesswork and frustration. What many people don’t realize is that the oft-ignored TCM feature can save a lot of hassle when working with off-camera lighting. What exactly […]

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How To Create Depth in Landscape Photography

How To Create Depth in Landscape Photography

Taking great landscape photography isn’t just about finding a beautiful space and snapping your camera’s shutter. It’s more so about understanding the elements that help a beautiful space translate into a beautiful photograph. One of the most important factors in creating a captivating photo of a sprawling space? Depth. As photographer Nick Page browses through […]

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How to Create Food Photography GIF Images

How to Create Food Photography GIF Images

Want to squeeze a little something extra out of the photographs you’ve already taken? Creating GIFs to go along with still photos is a great way to really get people’s mouths watering. Skyler Burt of We Eat Together takes us through step by step to show just what goes into melding your favorite frames into […]

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Foreground Tips for Landscape Photographers

Foreground Tips for Landscape Photographers

A great photograph is about balance. Many of us carefully calculate composition, and plenty of us spend hours location scouting for compelling backdrops. But, all too often, photographers overlook creating compelling foregrounds. Often the first thing people see when gazing at a photograph, the foreground is a hook to pull viewers deeper into your images. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Clear Night Over Lost Lake

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Clear Night Over Lost Lake

With clear skies, still waters, and scenic vistas, it’s hard to go wrong. However, today’s interesting photo goes the extra mile by turning a secluded wooded lake into a celestial mirror, riddled with stars. Photographer Ross Schram von Haupt was attracted to Oregon’s Lost Lake due to its lack of light pollution as well as […]

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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 COVID-19 outbreak. 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 […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Paris in Gold

Interesting Photo of the Day: Paris in Gold

No, this surreal scene isn’t a still from a high-budget futuristic blockbuster. This isn’t the result of some elaborate stage lighting or expensive props. Photographer Michael Sidofsky just managed to use the magic of daybreak to bring the Place du Trocadero to life in today’s interesting photo. Strong shapes, deep shadows, and warm, reflective textures […]

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