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Guerrilla Street Toy Photography Tips

Guerrilla Street Toy Photography Tips

“Guerrilla street toy photography” is not a combination of words that you often come across. But that’s exactly how Jerry Business chooses to define his brand of quirky art. A lifelong punk rocker, Business has always made an effort to challenge mainstream conceptions. So, as he’s transitioned from music to photography, it should come as no surprise […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Glow-in-the-Dark Waterfall

Interesting Photo of the Day: Glow-in-the-Dark Waterfall

Who knew that a water source and a handful of dollar store glow sticks could be all the tools necessary to create a phenomenal photograph? Artists Sean Lenz and Kristoffer Abildgaard collaborated to create this enchanting photo, which combines natural environmental beauty with fanciful glowing colors tracing river currents invisible to the human eye: In Lenz and […]

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Nature Photography’s Stuffed Anteater Scandal

Nature Photography’s Stuffed Anteater Scandal

It’s not often that the genre of nature photography becomes the subject of controversy. However, a recent scandal making headlines has proved to be so ludicrous that it caught the attention of comedy heavyweight Conan O’Brien: For thousands of wildlife photographers around the world, one of the most anticipated events of the year is the […]

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Travel Photography Tips with a Zoom Lens

Travel Photography Tips with a Zoom Lens

For photographers, one of the most exciting parts of an adventure is all of the pictures that are made along the way. Unfortunately, before every journey begins, travel photographers are forced to make the impossible choice of which gear to take along. In a perfect world, it would be possible to take it all and […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: The First Day of May

Interesting Photo of the Day: The First Day of May

In the farthest reaches of Vermont, the bitter cold winters can be long and drawn out. So, when the first signs that the sleet and snow have finally come to an end appear, it’s cause for most New Englanders to celebrate: Just one day before Jennifer Hannux of Northeast Kingdom Photography snapped this picturesque pastoral […]

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Beauty Lighting Tutorial in a Home Photo Studio

Beauty Lighting Tutorial in a Home Photo Studio

Beginner photographers often spend much of their time fumbling around with lights. Although lighting is a fundamental part of the photographic equation, it can take quite some time to truly understand the basics of how different qualities and quantities of light impact a subject. What many beginners don’t realize is that getting the right lighting […]

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Assessing Your Own Skill & Abilities as a Photographer

Assessing Your Own Skill & Abilities as a Photographer

Have you noticed that beginners are apt to overestimate their skills, while experienced professionals are more likely to underestimate their true abilities? Believe it or not, there’s a name for this phenomena: the Dunning-Kruger Effect. Photographers are by no means immune to this cognitive bias. If you don’t believe it, just go back and look […]

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How to Capture In-Camera Double Exposures

How to Capture In-Camera Double Exposures

Experimenting with double exposures—that is, two or more compositions merged into a singular frame—is an excellent means of sparking some creativity. Unfortunately, it’s not always as easy to accomplish as it was in the days of film. Back before today’s digital camera, creating an exposure on top of an existing exposure was as easy as […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Tulips at Daybreak

Interesting Photo of the Day: Tulips at Daybreak

Spring has finally sprung, and today’s interesting photo shows just how beautiful it can be once the snow melts for good and the world comes back to life. Peering out of the morning mist, prepped to bloom with the rising sun, this field of tulips captured by Albert Dros brings in pops of yellows, reds, and […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Girls in the Windows

Interesting Photo of the Day: Girls in the Windows

With a career spanning decades, photographer Ormond Gigli accrued an impressive resume that most people could only dream of matching. He contributed his editorial work to the likes of Time and The Saturday Evening Post. He made portraits of the biggest celebrities of the 50s, 60s, and 70s; everyone from Marcel Duchamp to Judy Garland to President John F. […]

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