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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Storm at Sunset

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Storm at Sunset

If there were ever to be just one image representing an epic battle between good and evil, this one just might be it. Justin Sharick captured this image of an oncoming storm while travelling with his co-worker: What was intended to be a timelapse sequence of an oncoming storm turned out to be a collection of scintillating images of […]

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High Speed Sync Flash vs Standard Flash for Portraits on Location

High Speed Sync Flash vs Standard Flash for Portraits on Location

When you’re shooting portraits at a location with a mixture of ambient and artificial light, how do you make sure your lighting setup works? The trick, usually, is in underexposing for the ambient light by one to two stops. This helps keep the details in the sky and adds drama to shot. But there’s more […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Puddle Jumper Self Portrait

Interesting Photo of the Day: Puddle Jumper Self Portrait

Photographer Wes Eisenhauer shot this perfectly timed reflection photograph in Sioux Falls, SD. He set his camera down on the ground, hit the timer, and then ran for about 15 feet before jumping in the air: The photographer also created a quick behind the scenes video to show how this ninja dropping off the roof […]

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8-Bit vs 16-Bit Images Explained

8-Bit vs 16-Bit Images Explained

This is not a discussion on the prudence of shooting in RAW versus JPEG. It’s about understanding bit depth and how it can affect the quality of your images. Tutvid explains: What is Bit Depth? Bit depth refers to the amount of information your images carry. A standard JPEG image is an 8-bit image. An […]

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Splash Photography Tutorial

Splash Photography Tutorial

Splash photography might seem complicated, but you can get started with a few simple tools that you might already have lying around your house. Dustin Dolby from workphlo shares his technique: Dolby recommends using a piece of black or gray Plexiglass as a platform for product shots. In this case, he placed the Plexiglass on […]

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5 Creative Ways to Photograph Water and Ice

5 Creative Ways to Photograph Water and Ice

Out of ideas for what to shoot next? These five stunning photo ideas from COOPH will help get over your boredom and capture some breathtaking photos of water and ice: 1. Frame with Ice Place fruits, vegetables, or any other object inside a container. Pour water into it. Close the lid and leave it to […]

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Sunset Motion Timelapse Photography Tutorial

Sunset Motion Timelapse Photography Tutorial

Shooting a sunset motion timelapse is more difficult than it may sound. There are a number of aspects that go into making one that is really awesome. And just as in everything else, with a lot of parameters involved, it’s probable that something will go wrong. Morten Rustad shared this wonderful tutorial to get you […]

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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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Smartphone Photography 101

Smartphone Photography 101

These days, everyone is a photographer thanks to smartphone cameras. But does the convenience of having a powerful camera on hand 24/7 suggest that we’re taking better images as a whole? While that’s a discussion for some other time, COOPH shares a few pointers to improve your smartphone photography: 1. Composition Composition is the key to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure of an Old Bridge

Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure of an Old Bridge

Moulton Falls Bridge is one of the more popular attractions among hikers and backpackers travelling along the Lewis River. For the uninitiated, the bridge is a classic photo opportunity. Anthony K was recently there when he made this stunning photo: If there ever could be an advertisement for the color teal, this image would represent it. […]

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