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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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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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The Ins and Outs of Small Town Photography

The Ins and Outs of Small Town Photography

Don’t let small town life discourage you from discovering photography. Even if you’re miles away from the nearest hub of activity, that doesn’t mean there’s nothing in your neck of the woods worth capturing: Atlanta-based artist Evan Ranft is no stranger to the suburbs so often ignored by professional photographers. Here are just a few […]

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Free-Lensing Photography Techniques

Free-Lensing Photography Techniques

Ready to hone in on your subjects in an entirely new way? Free lensing is an interesting effect that’s easier to pull off than it looks. Photographer Chris Turner explains how it’s done in this brief tutorial: Essentially, this technique involves shifting your camera’s entire plane of focus by shifting the position of the lens […]

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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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The Photographer Behind ‘I Spy’ Books

The Photographer Behind ‘I Spy’ Books

“I spy a shovel, a long silver chain, a little toy horse, a track for a train…” Does this riddle sound at all familiar? If so, chances are you’ve paged through an ‘I Spy’ picture book at one point or another. Since the iconic series launched in 1992, the books have been distributed to millions of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Panning at Daytona Speedway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Panning at Daytona Speedway

Ready, set, go! Today’s interesting photo places us smack in the middle of the fast-paced world of race cars. Buckle up as we delve into the techniques used to create this incredible image. Colorful and dynamic, this photograph made at Daytona’s 2019 Historic Sportscar Racing 24 Hour Classic is easy to appreciate as an amateur. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Philadelphia Long Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Philadelphia Long Exposure

Ready to see the city of Philadelphia in a brand new light? Check out this breathtaking scene captured by Toronto-based photographer Michael Sidofsky. Taken from the iconic art museum steps Sylvester Stallone jogged in the 1976 classic Rocky, Sidofsky actually used a combination of images bracketed together to get the final result shown above. Using a Sony […]

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Self-Portrait Tips for the Self-Critical

Self-Portrait Tips for the Self-Critical

As ironic as it may seem, it’s not uncommon for photographers to feel a bit camera shy. Even the most talented image-makers often struggle with self-portraiture. Admittedly, bearing one’s soul to the camera can be an intimidating feat. However, as photographer Kutova Kika explains, self-portraits don’t have to be scary: As it turns out, a […]

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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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