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How to Capture Bokeh in Your Photos

How to Capture Bokeh in Your Photos

The word bokeh, which has been taken from the Japanese dictionary, means blur or out of focus. But the word assumes a much larger definition when used in the context of photography. Suddenly blur is good and background blur is ‘bokehlicious’. But how do you capture bokeh? How do you make your background (and/or foreground) […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: River Sunset with ND Filter

Interesting Photo of the Day: River Sunset with ND Filter

There are sunsets and then there is this. Captured on the Beaver River up North, this image has been aptly described as simultaneously depressing and elating. Depressing, as very few have the opportunity to take time out of their daily grind to experience something like this in person, and elating because these moments do actually […]

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How to Edit Eyes in Photoshop

How to Edit Eyes in Photoshop

It is said that the eyes are the windows to the soul. In photography, the eyes are the key to great portraits. If the eyes are soft or out of focus the image is unusable. Glyn Dewis shares his simple technique to enhance the eyes in your portrait photography and ensure they’re tack sharp: 1. Making the Selection Use […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Howdy, Photographer!

Interesting Photo of the Day: Howdy, Photographer!

When you attempt to capture close-up photos of wildlife with your camera, the checklist of composition and technicalities is unending. But what if wildlife decides to change all the rules? Photographer DieterMeyrl shot this image on a wildlife photography expedition. This inquisitive Eurasian kingfisher decided to spice things up by flying in and sitting on the camera as […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Tokyo Street Scene

Interesting Photo of the Day: Tokyo Street Scene

This photograph taken by Masashi Wakui of a rainy street scene in Tokyo is somewhat ethereal. While cityscapes shot from a distance tend to give a broad perspective and those shot from the air givesa birds-eye view, the real action is undoubtedly down at the street level: Wakui seems to have captured that beautifully in […]

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How to Fake the Golden Hour for Portrait Photography

How to Fake the Golden Hour for Portrait Photography

Everybody loves soft golden hour light. Portraits shot during the golden hour always have that something extra. But the problem with golden hour photography is that the window of opportunity is small. Depending on the latitude and the season, you get about an hour to shoot at the most. But what if you could extend […]

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How Heat Affects Your Lens and Distorts Your Photos

How Heat Affects Your Lens and Distorts Your Photos

If you use a long lens, you may be unaware that shooting on a hot day can decrease the quality of your images. Intrigued? Heat can cause image distortion. In this video, Steve Perry explains this issue for landscape and wildlife photographers: You might have already experienced issues with your lens on hot days. In […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Majestic Wolfdog

Interesting Photo of the Day: Majestic Wolfdog

Photographing a majestic animal in golden light is a dream come true for any wildlife photographer. But not many get an opportunity to fulfill this dream in their lifetime. For photographer Thomas Bakke, however, things happened quite by chance. He was camping up in the mountains of Western Norway with his wife and two wolfdogs when he […]

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How to Photograph Shattering Glass

How to Photograph Shattering Glass

Okay this one’s going to a bit messy, and it’s highly recommended that you do not try this at home without safety glasses and other protective gear. In this video, photographer Karl Taylor shows you how to freeze and capture the moment when a wine glass shatters on impact: The key to the setup is […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Heart of the Tree

Interesting Photo of the Day: Heart of the Tree

It’s like staring at the Tree of the Dead from the gothic movie Sleepy Hollow. Except the perspective is almost from the inside of the tree—and it’s full of life. This image by wilderness photographer Marc Adamus is a stunning example of how life can survive in some of the most barren places on the […]

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