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Interesting Photo of the Day: Rare View of Yosemite Under Moonlight

Interesting Photo of the Day: Rare View of Yosemite Under Moonlight

On a hazy night, landscape photographer Coty Spence and several friends stopped at a pullout near Yosemite National Park’s Gates of the Valley viewpoint. After a productive evening shooting long exposures at Glacier Point, the group was beat and ready for some shuteye. That’s when Spence noticed the fog. It was thick—so thick, in fact, that he […]

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Starry Nights: How to Take an Out-Of-This-World Astro Self Portrait

Starry Nights: How to Take an Out-Of-This-World Astro Self Portrait

Vincent van Gogh had it right: a clear, starry night can make a gorgeous background. However, photographers often experience lighting and focusing difficulties when trying to incorporate stars into their images. In this short video tutorial, photographer Matt Granger demonstrates how to use stars to your own photographic advantage by creating what he calls an “astro selfie”: […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Matterhorn Alpenglow in the Swiss Alps

Interesting Photo of the Day: Matterhorn Alpenglow in the Swiss Alps

At 14,690 feet (4,478 meters) in height and boasting four steep faces surrounded by glaciers, the Matterhorn is one of the tallest and most dangerous peaks in the Alps. It’s also one of the most sought after. Throughout history, the mountain’s fierce terrain has killed over 500 alpinists, but masses of undaunted mountaineers attempt to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount Rainier in the Moonlight

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount Rainier in the Moonlight

Encompassing Northern California, Oregon, and Washington, the Pacific Northwest is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful regions in the United States. Each state in the PNW contributes its own breathtaking natural landmarks, but Washington’s picturesque mountains and volcanoes easily command the attention of travelers. California-based graphic designer and photographer Bryan Buchanan took this photo of one of Washington’s most […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Breaking Wave at the Perfect Moment

Interesting Photo of the Day: Breaking Wave at the Perfect Moment

Through the strategic use of color, low powered flash, and slightly slow shutter speeds, water photographer Matt Clark‘s stunning photographs of breaking waves and surfers communicate his deep love affair with the sea and evoke powerful emotions in viewers. Gaze long enough, in fact, and Clark’s work might just wreck any negative preconceptions that you might hold about the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Photographer Creates “Starcano” Over Oregon

Interesting Photo of the Day: Photographer Creates “Starcano” Over Oregon

These days, adventure photographers have to be willing to do just about anything to produce unique photography of famous natural icons like canyons and mountain peaks. Thankfully, landscape and astrophotographer Mark Lehrbass didn’t shy away from that challenge while photographing the Three Sisters in Oregon at night. See for yourself: To create “Welcome to Earth,” Lehrbass first climbed North Sister, […]

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15 Tips for Starting and Maintaining a Successful Photography Business

15 Tips for Starting and Maintaining a Successful Photography Business

The professional photography industry can be a scary place for the new photographer trying to earn a living doing what he or she loves by establishing a photography business. The competition is fierce, the bookkeeping seems mountainous, and for those introverts among us, the thought of interacting so closely with people for a living—um… promote […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Infrared Long Exposure of an Iconic Icelandic Waterfall

Interesting Photo of the Day: Infrared Long Exposure of an Iconic Icelandic Waterfall

Small yet mighty Kirkjufellsfoss Waterfall, which is located near the town of Grundarfjörðu, may be one of West Iceland’s most photographed waterfalls, but few have documented it like Stanley Klasz—as an infrared long exposure: Infrared photography requires specialized equipment that can detect wavelengths of light that are otherwise invisible to the human eye and even high quality traditional camera sensors. Klasz […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Majestic Rock Eagle-Owl in Flight

Interesting Photo of the Day: Majestic Rock Eagle-Owl in Flight

Nature photographer Stefano Ronchi often photographs owls and other birds of prey, but this shot of a rock eagle-owl is perhaps one of the best examples from Ronchi’s portfolio of owls’ powerful wings and gorgeous feather patterns: Native to the Indian subcontinent, rock eagle-owls are also commonly referred to as Indian eagle-owls or Bengal eagle-owls. They’re part of the Bubo genus, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Are These Shooting Stars or Satellites?

Interesting Photo of the Day: Are These Shooting Stars or Satellites?

Dubai-based landscape and astrophotographer Siddharth Prem captured this beautiful photograph of the Northern Lights and several others during his travels in Lofoten, Norway—sparking a debate about whether the light streaks near the top center of the image are shooting stars or satellites: Prem initially labeled the light streaks as “shooting stars,” but several experienced night photographers on Reddit quickly […]

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