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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Majestically Snowy Cat

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Majestically Snowy Cat

Welcome to winter, where the weather’s so cold that the only thing to warm you up is photos of cats you find while browsing the Internet because it’s too frigid to go outside. Happy holidays: This cozy cat comes from Alina Shevelina, who specializes in hyper-colorful, hyper-detailed portraits of humans and nature. We especially dig the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Illuminated Snow in Chicago

Interesting Photo of the Day: Illuminated Snow in Chicago

If you’re not enjoying winter, you’re not shooting enough. The season is a great time for landscape and cityscape photography, and you don’t need to go much farther than outside your house to find interesting shots. In case you needed proof, Ellimis captured this neat snowy image in Chicago’s Federal Plaza: By shooting with a 1/30 second shutter speed, f/2.8 […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Autumn in Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains

Interesting Photo of the Day: Autumn in Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains

Autumn’s officially in full bloom, and in case you needed any proof, landscape photographers are out in force to capture the reds and oranges of North America’s forests. Case in point: this serene river shot out of Tennessee: Reddit user IsaacMTSU took this image off Little River Road. It was quite shady, so he kept the shutter speed open […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Norwegian Long Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Norwegian Long Exposure

Trollstigen is one of rural Norway’s most famous tourist landmarks—a switchback highway that snakes up deep mountains near the country’s western coast. This long-exposure shot highlights exactly how zigzagging the road really is: Pascal Kiszon snapped this photo, to put it more accurately, he snapped these photos. The image above is a composite of several shots, each with a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Relaxing on the Beach

Interesting Photo of the Day: Relaxing on the Beach

If your ideal Saturday night isn’t at a downtown club, but rather on the beach with a bonfire, some beers, your closest friends, and a gorgeous sunset, then congratulations—you’ve found your new desktop wallpaper. The image, shot on Oregon’s Cannon Beach, comes from Jon Martin, who used a Canon 5D Mark II with a Canon 17-40mm f/4L […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Standoff Between Heron and Hawk

Interesting Photo of the Day: Standoff Between Heron and Hawk

The Internet’s favorite kind of nature photo is an anthropomorphic nature photo. Sure, we could look at pretty photos of birds if we wanted to, but isn’t it cooler to look at birds acting like humans? This moment—of a mighty grey heron threatening a hawk—was captured by Luxembourgish nature photographer Georg Scarf, who shot it with a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: The Mighty Matterhorn

Interesting Photo of the Day: The Mighty Matterhorn

At 4,478 meters tall, the Matterhorn, known in various languages as Mont Cervin and Monte Cervino, is not only one of the Alps’ tallest peaks, but also one of its deadliest. Over 500 climbers have died trying to reach its summit since the late 19th century. Visually, it’s one of the world’s most striking mountains for its […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Amsterdam in Indigo

Interesting Photo of the Day: Amsterdam in Indigo

Amsterdam is one of the world’s finest capitals, famous for clear canals reflecting the radiantly green trees lining streets of brick. It’s one of Europe’s most “European” cities, and in being a global capital, it’s rarely seen as a mystical dreamscape like it is here: Ivan Maigua captured this beautiful sunset in the Netherlands. He […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Barefoot in the City

Interesting Photo of the Day: Barefoot in the City

Photography is about atmosphere. Creating an emotional response is as important as creating a coherent image: shapes of legs, a street, cars, a dangling pair of high heels. Here, we see those things, but it’s their abstraction by silhouette and bokeh that emit a feeling of danger, seduction and mystery: Photographer Piotr Powietrzynski has made a name for himself […]

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How to Create Snow in Photoshop

How to Create Snow in Photoshop

It’s wintertime, and everyone’s dreaming of a white Christmas—but not everyone gets it. Thankfully, even if there’s no snow on the ground, there are still ways to replicate snow in your photographs. Here’s how: In this detailed video, Chelsea Northrup shows two ways of creating snowflakes using Adobe Photoshop. One is even and measured, better for background flakes, while […]

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