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Interesting Photo of the Day: Just Me Being a Dog

Interesting Photo of the Day: Just Me Being a Dog

Today’s interesting photo has been making its rounds on the internet, and we couldn’t resist giving it a feature. This picture is a hilarious send-up of the all-too-common profile self-portrait, as taken by and of a dog (and a good-looking dog she is, too!). Don’t worry, she got plenty of comments and likes on her […]

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Attaching a Camera to a Remote Control Car for Dangerous Shots

Attaching a Camera to a Remote Control Car for Dangerous Shots

When you’re serious about getting totally unique photos, sometimes you need to think outside of the box and try some techniques or equipment that no one else has thought of. Finding new uses for different technologies is a great place to start, just like photographer Steve Winter does in this video.¬†By combining a camera with […]

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Photographing the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights

Photographing the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights

Those of us who live in warmer climates often tend to look at the rocky ice-fields of Alaska (or Canada, or Russia) and wonder, “Why anyone would choose to live in such a frigid and hostile environment?”. Today’s featured video¬†almost makes the question sound stupid, as it shows us the breathtaking beauty to be found […]

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Ambitious Project with Stop-Motion Photography and Oragami

Ambitious Project with Stop-Motion Photography and Oragami

Japan is ahead of the curve in many ways, and advertising is no exception. Apparently the Japanese facial tissue market has been tough recently (who knew?), so paper goods manufacturer Nepia, along with Japan’s largest advertising agency, Dentsu, created a stop-motion homage to the versatility of tissue paper: The ad, directed by Fuyu Arai and […]

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The Possibilities of Using One Large Light Source for Studio Portrait Photography

The Possibilities of Using One Large Light Source for Studio Portrait Photography

In the spirit of keeping it simple, one-strobe setups are many portrait photographers’ default when it comes to studio lighting. The best thing about these arrangements is how much they can teach us about the behavior of light; because there is only one source, every little change is a reflection of that light alone. It’s […]

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Focus Bracketing Technique: Never Miss a Shot

Focus Bracketing Technique: Never Miss a Shot

When it comes to photography, the word “bracketing” can mean a lot of things. Essentially, it just refers to the practice of taking the same shot several times using different camera options, but it can be done in so many ways. By making so many different images of the same scene, you can then choose […]

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How to Photograph Like a Pro

How to Photograph Like a Pro

After a couple of years of producing tutorials, photographer Kai Wong has met his fair share of professional photographers—and even a few modern legends. Through all of it, he has picked up on what it is that they all have in common, regardless of what types of subjects they shoot. In this video, he discusses […]

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Bond Trader Turned Top Street Portrait Photographer

Bond Trader Turned Top Street Portrait Photographer

We often talk about portrait techniques in terms of the technical: how to achieve a masterfully-crafted composition of someone’s facial features. But when it comes down to it, a great portrait is not about posing, or lighting, or meticulous post-processing; it’s about the person, and what we understand about them through the image. In his […]

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Using Car Reflections for Unique Abstract Photography

Using Car Reflections for Unique Abstract Photography

Photography and advertising have gone hand-in-hand for most of their mutual lives, but with the modern proliferation and prominence of social media outlets, companies are having to radically change the way they present themselves to the world. It’s not enough anymore to have a recognizable logo or a catchy jingle; a brand has to be […]

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Photographer Working Inside an Active Volcano to Document Lava Up Close

Photographer Working Inside an Active Volcano to Document Lava Up Close

The Weather Channel doesn’t only exist to tell you the temperature or which direction storm systems are moving; they have recently branched out into actual programming. Particular to today’s story, they have a new show called “Lava Chasers,” which documents scientists, researchers, and in this case, photographers who seek to study, capture, and understand the […]

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