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Beginner’s Guide to Better Landscape Photography: Infographic

Beginner’s Guide to Better Landscape Photography: Infographic

If you’re new to photography, you most likely get a little confused when it comes to keeping all the jargon, camera settings, and composition rules straight. We’ve all been there. And those of us who are visual learners will appreciate this helpful landscape photography infographic below, which clearly illustrates all the basics. This easy-to-understand resource […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Earthrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: Earthrise

Forty-five years ago, on December 24, 1968, the astronauts aboard Apollo 8 witnessed and photographed the Earthrise for the first time as they orbited the moon. The photo, taken by Bill Anders with a Hasselblad 500 EL and a Zeiss Sonnar 250mm f/5.6 telephoto lens, became a symbol of space exploration: Anders had a camera […]

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Photographers Capture Rocketeers Through the Windows of a Massive Airliner

Photographers Capture Rocketeers Through the Windows of a Massive Airliner

What’s the riskiest thing you’ve ever done for a photo? I’m guessing that for most of you, it’s not quite as crazy as what you’re about to see: After three months of meticulous planning and a fair dose of adrenaline, Jetman Dubai pilots Yves Rossy and Vince Reffet and Emirates A380 embarked on a breathtaking […]

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This Year’s National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Winner is Nothing Less Than Stunning

This Year’s National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Winner is Nothing Less Than Stunning

A whopping 18,000 photographers submitted their photos to the 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest, and the judges had to narrow the competition down to just ten prize winners. The coveted first prize went to Mexican photographer Anuar Patjane for his underwater photo of a humpback whale and her calf: “Diving with a humpback whale […]

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7 Essential Tools in Topaz Adjust You Need to Know and Use

7 Essential Tools in Topaz Adjust You Need to Know and Use

Topaz Adjust¬†is a post-processing program that helps you quickly add attention-grabbing drama and detail to your images. It’s known for its one-click functions, but many users are unaware of some of its more nuanced features. In this video, Nichole Paschal shows us the software’s most important tools for getting the best results: If you don’t […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Massive Walrus Naps on Submarine Hatch

Interesting Photo of the Day: Massive Walrus Naps on Submarine Hatch

Always bring a camera. These words of advice are repeated by photographers everywhere who know the best scenes always seem to unfold when you leave your camera at home. In the case of today’s interesting photo of the day, the photographer and the person pictured seem to have been trapped above water, with plenty of […]

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How to Use a Camera in the Dreaded Manual Mode

How to Use a Camera in the Dreaded Manual Mode

You’ve heard over and over again from more advanced photographers that you need to learn to shoot in manual mode. But that can be so intimidating and frustrating to a beginner. How do you keep all the settings straight? And what’s the point of shooting in manual mode, anyway? It’s actually simpler than it may […]

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13 Deep Thoughts for Photographers

13 Deep Thoughts for Photographers

When you really sit and think about it, photography is a little mind-blowing. Inspired by Reddit’s Shower Thoughts, Matthew Rycroft put together this compilation of mind-bending truths about photography: Here’s what he came up with: 1. Taking a photograph is like taking a screenshot of life. 2. You are in the background of other people’s […]

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The 5 Most Common Key Light Patterns in Portrait Photography

The 5 Most Common Key Light Patterns in Portrait Photography

One of the most difficult parts of mastering studio lighting is memorizing all the photography jargon. You may hear terms like “loop lighting” or “Rembrandt lighting,” but can you explain what they mean and when to use them? If you’re not quite confident with lighting types, you’ll probably find this video pretty helpful. Pye from […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Perfectly Timed Solar Eclipse Shot

Interesting Photo of the Day: Perfectly Timed Solar Eclipse Shot

If you don’t live in an area where the March 20 solar eclipse could be seen, never fear. Photographers were out in full force attempting to capture the perfect shot to share with the world. And this amazing capture takes the cake: Photographer Amy Shore took this well-timed photo of the eclipse and a perfectly […]

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