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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lone Tree on a Winter Night

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lone Tree on a Winter Night

We’ve seen a lot of stunning long exposures of the night sky in all its glory. But this one is out of the ordinary: Kristoffer Ask Hansen is a photographer and a graphic designer. He captured this shot using a Sigma 18–35mm lens at f/1.8, ISO 800, and 30 seconds. To create the final image, […]

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Learn How to Use ND and Graduated ND Filters

Learn How to Use ND and Graduated ND Filters

You’re probably already aware of filters and the amazing creative potential they bring to your photography. A lot has already been written on this website about different types of filters and their specific uses. If you’re still trying to figure out if you need one, Doug McKinlay shares this informative video. By the end of […]

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Capturing Sharp Photography: 5 Quick Tips

Capturing Sharp Photography: 5 Quick Tips

Capturing sharp photos in any situation takes some know-how. Some of you may already be familiar with some of these techniques. For beginners, these might be completely new. Whatever your level of competency, there’s always room for brushing up. Without further ado, here are five secrets to sharp photos from Pierre T. Lambert: 1. Reciprocal […]

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The Golden Ratio vs. The Rule of Thirds: Which is Best?

The Golden Ratio vs. The Rule of Thirds: Which is Best?

Two terms, one more frequently heard that the other, are the golden ratio and the rule of thirds. But is one really better than the other? In this short video, you’ll learn what they are, how they impact your images, and how you can use them in your compositions: Rule of Thirds The rule of […]

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How to do Splash Photography Without Flash: Tutorial

How to do Splash Photography Without Flash: Tutorial

When we think of splash photography we immediately think of expensive flashes and triggers. It is unthinkable to shoot splash photography with natural light. Add to that an inexpensive camera and lens, and you have yourself something that seems like a poor man’s creative setup. But will it work? Dustin Dolby from Workphlo elaborates: Equipment […]

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Single Light Product Photography Tutorial

Single Light Product Photography Tutorial

A single strobe and a couple of modifiers. That’s all that Skyler Burt used for his one light product photography challenge:  Having just a single light to work with means it throws up a stiff challenge to produce a nice photo. Burt emphasizes the importance of having a plan in place as to how you […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Northern Lights Wedding

Interesting Photo of the Day: Northern Lights Wedding

This is wedding shot. No, this is a wedding shot with the northern lights in the background. Still not quite elaborate enough. This is a long exposure of a couple in their wedding attire in the freezing cold with the northern lights dancing in the background to complete the scene: Eirik Halvorsen shot this amazing 15 […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Waterfall of Clouds

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Waterfall of Clouds

Norway’s rugged yet beautiful natural landscape pulls thousands of visitors each year to its shores. It’s a unique mixture of beauty and thrill that attracts landscape photographers, hikers, and adventure seekers to explore and appreciate. Photographer epaavola lives in Helsinki, Finland—a 1500 kilometer drive to Senja, where they shot this picture by drone: Senja is […]

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Winter & Snow Photography: 12 Tips

Winter & Snow Photography: 12 Tips

Mother Nature can be pretty stunning in the winter. But before you embark on your outdoor adventure you may want to go through the following tips from PhotoJoseph to help keep your equipment safe when photographing snow: 1. Keep your batteries warm Your batteries will lose power faster in cold weather, especially if they are […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Abandoned Chicago Highway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Abandoned Chicago Highway

How do you get an eerily empty shot of an otherwise busy highway—completely devoid of vehicles, like some post-apocalyptic scenario? You stack 50 exposures together. That’s exactly how photographer Michael Salisbury created this image:. Salisbury made the original images using a Phase One iQ 180, a medium format camera. Salisbury explains that he usually takes […]

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