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Interesting Photo of the Day: Skydiver Over Venice

Interesting Photo of the Day: Skydiver Over Venice

Niccolo Porcella is a kitesurfer, famous wakeboarder (he rode the biggest kiting wave in history at Peahi Jaws), skydiver, and base jumper. This portrait of him hovering over Venice illustrates his adventurous spirit quite well: Porcella’s friend, Max Haim, captured this unique and amazing shot. How’s that for an environmental portrait?

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Stuck Lens Filter Removal Tutorial

Stuck Lens Filter Removal Tutorial

Ever had a filter stuck to the front of your favorite lens? It’s like your best lens is stopped down in perpetuity or a programmed to polarize even in overcast conditions. The usual attempt to dislodge the filter is to twist, smack it on a hard surface in frustration, or try to use pliers, leading […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Ethereal Lake Matheson

Interesting Photo of the Day: Ethereal Lake Matheson

Whenever one thinks of New Zealand, the stunning wide-angle scenes from the Lord of the Rings trilogy come to mind. But there is more to New Zealand than just that. This is exactly what photographer Humayun Qureshi proves with this breathtaking shot of Lake Matheson from the South Island: One of the things Lake Matheson […]

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Tips for Photographing Wild Birds

Tips for Photographing Wild Birds

An image of a bird perched on a natural looking branch, with its eyes pin sharp, its feathers details clear, beautiful bright colors, and background bokeh that melts like Swiss cheese. No doubt you’ve seen images like that in wildlife magazines or on the internet. But what if you were to be told that many […]

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How to Copy Your Lightroom Classic Presets Over to Lightroom CC

How to Copy Your Lightroom Classic Presets Over to Lightroom CC

Have you taken the plunge from Lightroom Classic to the new Lightroom CC? The new program boasts periodic updates to speed up the post-processing and photo management workflow. But one area that you may struggle with is in copying your presets to the new platform. Terry White has a solution: On first look it might […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Burning Rain Long Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Burning Rain Long Exposure

Long exposures of burning steel wool aren’t anything new. But Xero Marzilli shot this image with a twist. A model standing under the flying sparks with an umbrella creates fiery raindrops: It was an awfully cold evening when the shot was made. Eighteen degrees Fahrenheit, to be precise. Not a bad evening to have sparks […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Blue Angels and Oracle Biplane Formation

Interesting Photo of the Day: Blue Angels and Oracle Biplane Formation

Photographer Christopher Mezzavilla had the opportunity to do a photo shoot with the Oracle biplane flying in tandem with F-18s from the Blue Angels in San Francisco: The Oracle bi-plane is a custom designed aircraft that has been specially put together for stunt flying. It is claimed that the biplane can reach a maximum speed […]

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Woodland Photography Tips

Woodland Photography Tips

Overcast days are great for shooting photos in the woods. You can experiment with photographing streams, waterfalls, trees, mushrooms and so on. However, shooting on overcast days and in dimly lit environments requires some planning and a meticulous approach. The following tips from Ross Hoddinot of NatureTTL will help: Don’t Include the Sky If you’re […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Change of Seasons in Patagonia

Interesting Photo of the Day: Change of Seasons in Patagonia

Max Rive‘s breathtaking image of Patagonia could very well be passed off as a painting. Look closely and you’ll be surprised at the incredible amount of detail that this image offers. The lovely, vibrant colors of the forest, interrupted abruptly with the snow-clad mountains tell a contrasting story. And the sun streaking through the branches […]

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How to Avoid Double Chins in Portrait Photography

How to Avoid Double Chins in Portrait Photography

The dreaded double chin. As a portrait photographer, it’s your duty to make your models look great in their portraits. Here are five surefire ways to reduce the appearance of a double chin in your portrait photos from the Koldunov Brothers: 1. Move the Head Forward Ask your subject to push their head slightly forward and […]

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