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Incredible Timelapse Captures the Beauty of Los Angeles

Incredible Timelapse Captures the Beauty of Los Angeles

Internationally acclaimed photographer Joe Capra has travelled to the most exotic, remote corners of the globe for the sake of his craft. Yet, in one of his latest short films, he proves that there’s a deep allure to more familiar sights as well. Behind the viewfinder of Capra’s camera, the City of Angels looks positively magical: With the […]

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How to Photograph the Milky Way From an Airplane

How to Photograph the Milky Way From an Airplane

Lonely Speck founder Ian Norman knows a thing or two about creating astounding astrological images. Colorful, detailed, and full of depth, his nightscapes captivate viewers around the world. Many find themselves wondering how exactly a photographer can reproduce the breathtaking magnificence of the night sky when relegated to the limitations of a DSLR camera. In the following tutorial, Norman explains step by step […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Haunting Double Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Haunting Double Exposure

For the most part, the work of Singapore based designer and photographer Josh Andrew Magbanua is bright and whimsical. However, this dark double exposure gives viewers a fresh look into the duplicitous nature of the artist’s mind: Employing impeccable artistry via Photoshop to recreate the feel of an analogue film exposure, Magbanua combines two images of everyday […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Bolt Through the Countryside

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Bolt Through the Countryside

Upon first glance, this image draws comparisons to modern realist paintings from the likes of Grant Wood and Edward Hopper more than the photographic landscapes many of us are accustomed to. However, upon closer examination it becomes evident that a camera did indeed capture this incredible shot: By balancing the camera on a steady surface and […]

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How to Shape Soft Light in a Photography Studio

How to Shape Soft Light in a Photography Studio

Almost any photographer would agree that it’s easy to see the difference between a hard light and a soft light. However, one thing that many beginners struggle to grasp is that there is a large spectrum that lies between the two extremes. As photographer Mark Wallace demonstrates in the following tutorial, even the slightest repositioning of a light source […]

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How to Eliminate Reflections When Photographing Through a Window

How to Eliminate Reflections When Photographing Through a Window

Sometimes, we can’t get as close to our subjects as we’d like. Unless you have an exorbitant budget that allows you special access to an area or an exclusive bird’s eye view, it’s likely that at one point or another you’ve been forced to capture a stunning cityscape or a similar unbelievable view confined behind […]

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