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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lava Flow, Milky Way, Meteor, and Moon

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lava Flow, Milky Way, Meteor, and Moon

How would you react to a single image that captures the moon, the Milky Way, a red hot lava flow, and a meteor? Did someone say “once in a lifetime”? That’s probably the best way to sum it up: Mike Mezeul II captured this amazing, single composition on his Nikon D810 with a 14mm focal length, […]

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Light Painting Photography with a Simple Tube and Flashlight

Light Painting Photography with a Simple Tube and Flashlight

Just when you thought you’d seen everything that you could do with a camera and a flashlight, photographer Eric Paré shares something new. Here, he shows us how to light paint with a tube light for amazing long exposures: You might be wondering, “What’s new about light painting? Isn’t that something that we’ve seen already?” […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at Pfeiffer Beach

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at Pfeiffer Beach

Could this be the gateway to heaven? Or a portal to another dimension? You’re free to let your imagination run wild. But the fact remains that this is an incredible capture: Photographer resh510 captured this image of a sunset through the keyhole at Pfeiffer Beach in California. He underexposed the shot a little, so as […]

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Photography Tips for Cold Weather

Photography Tips for Cold Weather

Shooting in cold weather is always challenging. If it’s not the weather alone, the impact it has on photography gear and the lack of contrast can put many photographers off. But winter doesn’t mean that you have to stay indoors. B&H shares these tips to help you along the way: Dress Appropriately Whatever you do, […]

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Top 12 Instant Film Photography Mistakes to Avoid

Top 12 Instant Film Photography Mistakes to Avoid

Instant film is fun stuff. But it’s also a powerful way to express yourself as a photographer. Lauren from PhotographyConcentrate shares these useful tips to iron out some of the mistakes that you might be making with instant film photography: Being Afraid to Waste Film When it comes down to the math, instant film costs […]

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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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