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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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What is the ISO Camera Setting and How to Use It

What is the ISO Camera Setting and How to Use It

ISO is considered one of the three fundamental aspects that control the brightness of an image. Aaron Nace of Phlearn explains how ISO works: The exposure triangle is made up of aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. Aperture Aperture relates to the opening on your lens that allows light to enter the camera. Shutter Speed Shutter […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Icelandic Whale Breaching

Interesting Photo of the Day: Icelandic Whale Breaching

It’s a wildlife photographer’s dream to capture a giant humpback whale breaching, with snowcapped Icelandic mountains and a dramatic sky to complete the picture. Wildlife photographer George the Explorer found himself living that dream. Except, the weather decided to play spoilsport: The idea was to showcase the majestic beauty of these beautiful creatures in their […]

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Depth of Field and Lens Equivalents Explained

Depth of Field and Lens Equivalents Explained

A fundamental aspect of even the most basic lens is that at some point it will produce a sharp image of an object when that object is at a distance of one focal length from the lens. The same principle is used in photography lenses, except that unlike rudimentary lenses, such as magnifying glasses, the […]

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How to Shoot Portraits with Christmas Lights

How to Shoot Portraits with Christmas Lights

Holidays are just around the corner, and with holidays come dazzling colored Christmas lights. It is but natural that you try and capture photos of your friends and family with beautiful lights in the background. In this brief video, Daniel Norton from Adorama demonstrates how you can mix strobes with Christmas lights to create beautiful […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Magical Light in Polish Forest

Interesting Photo of the Day: Magical Light in Polish Forest

Photographer Krzysztof Winiarski captured this photo in a Polish forest near Złotów, where he lives. Simply put, the photo manages to capture the essence of beautiful morning light filtering down through the thick foliage of trees. The intermittent rays of light interrupted by pockets of dark patches create an almost mystical look, a perfect combination of awe and inspiration: Winiarski’s […]

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How Do You Make a Time Slice Photo?

How Do You Make a Time Slice Photo?

We’ve seen timelapse and we’ve seen hyperlapse. But what’s time slicing? To quote photographer Dan Marker-Moore, “A time slice is more than a photograph. A time slice takes a series of photographs and combines them into one single image. It takes slices of the same photograph offset in time from several seconds up to a few minutes.” […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Is This What Mars Looks Like?

Interesting Photo of the Day: Is This What Mars Looks Like?

NASA’s Mars program may be decades away from actually sending a manned mission, and all those fancy vacation plans on the red planet may just be too premature. But we can still have a sneak peek into what it might actually look like to stand on the surface of the fourth planet from the Sun. Well, […]

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How to Work With Wide Angle Lens Distortion

How to Work With Wide Angle Lens Distortion

Distortion happens with both telephoto and wide angle lenses, though the actual type of distortion is different for different focal lengths. You know when an image is distorted, because it’s either skewed out of shape or gives an unreal perspective. In this video demonstrates how distortion affects photos shot with wide angle lenses: Barrel Distortion There […]

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How to Direct a Viewer’s Eyes in Photography

How to Direct a Viewer’s Eyes in Photography

How do you lead your viewer to your intended subect in an image? Photographers often make the cardinal mistake of using props or asking the model to wear something really bright. Or when shooting landscapes, exposing for the ground rather than the sky. David Bergman from Adorama explains how to make sure your viewer looks […]

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