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Interesting Photo of the Day: Looking Through a Lens

Interesting Photo of the Day: Looking Through a Lens

While it’s common practice in photography to attach your lens to the camera before shooting, there are some beautiful exceptions to that rule. The unique perspective added by the lens, whether inverted or right side up, lends a different kind of filtered effect. In the photo below, photographer elkie3 used an inexpensive wide angle/macro filter […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Silhouette Hugs the Sun

Interesting Photo of the Day: Silhouette Hugs the Sun

One common tip in photography how-to books is to always be on the lookout for prime photo opportunities. Two such opportunities occur everyday and can be seen regardless of where you are in the world. Waiting for the sun to rise and set are popular events in a photographer’s day because of the many possibilities […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Rocket Launch Photographed by Airline Pilot

Interesting Photo of the Day: Rocket Launch Photographed by Airline Pilot

The novelty of seeing the world from high up never wears off. From the countless sunsets to the deep blue of the ocean, there’s no doubt that we’re in for an extraordinary view no matter how much cloud cover there may be. Perhaps the only thing better than looking out an airplane window is looking […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Yangshuo, China from a Hot Air Balloon

Interesting Photo of the Day: Yangshuo, China from a Hot Air Balloon

Photos taken from a hot air balloon are not as common as aerial photos taken from the window seat of an airplane or helicopter, but they’re just as majestic, if not more so. An airplane usually cruises above the clouds, and while that scene is beautiful in itself, you can’t fully appreciate nature’s many spectacles […]

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Behind the Scenes of a Timelapse Photography Project in Bangkok

Behind the Scenes of a Timelapse Photography Project in Bangkok

Timelapses are pretty straightforward. It’s not rocket science shooting pictures at set intervals and combining them on the computer afterwards, but it’s a whole new ball game making them unique and visually appealing. In some cases, the view isn’t enough to make the sequences; you need something else, something interesting that will bring the footage […]

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Abstract Light Painting Photography with a Light Sword

Abstract Light Painting Photography with a Light Sword

Light painting is such a great technique for anyone who wants to create unique results each and every time. With the use of small light sources such as lasers, flashlights, torches and more, one can literally do anything with a blank space. Patrick Rochon’s light source of choice was a customized light sword piece that […]

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Blind Photographer Shares His Creative Process

Blind Photographer Shares His Creative Process

Going blind, Peter Eckert never knew he would become a photographer. He dances on the edge of perception and sees through sound and touch, gathering information and forming images much like a baby would. Considered profoundly blind, Peter is unable to see anything except for light effects such as lightning and spirals of light in […]

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How to Use a Reflector with Natural Light for Powerful Portrait Photography

How to Use a Reflector with Natural Light for Powerful Portrait Photography

Building your lighting arsenal requires just as much thought as choosing your camera body and lenses. You have to consider what environments you’ll be shooting in, how you’ll transport your equipment, and of course, the cost of everything vs. the return. That said, it can be difficult figuring out where to start. What is the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure Captures a Lot of Lightning in Utah

Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure Captures a Lot of Lightning in Utah

Mount Timpanogos, or “Timp” as some would call it, is the second highest mountain in Utah’s Wasatch Range. It towers over the Orem, Pleasant Grove and Provo area and is quite the prominent figure against the landscape. At 7000 feet from the valley floor, the sight certainly draws the attention of both locals and tourists […]

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Strangers Asked to Share the Last Photo They Captured on Their Smartphone

Strangers Asked to Share the Last Photo They Captured on Their Smartphone

Nowadays people will rarely step out of the house without their smartphones tucked safely into their pockets or handbags. The amount of photos taken with smartphones is now staggering. Ivan Cash came up with the concept of approaching strangers and asking them, “What’s the last photo on your phone?”: The results are an eccentric mix. […]

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