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Interesting Photo of the Day: This Cat is Definitely More Majestic Than You Are

Interesting Photo of the Day: This Cat is Definitely More Majestic Than You Are

Since felines are expert climbers, there’s no shame in admitting that this majestic mountain cat looks much better than you after a tough hike: The adventurous cat, shown perched 1,090 feet above the Spanish city of Calpe (or ‘Calp’), is just one among many feral cats living on Penyon d’Ifac — that is, the main meowntain in Alicante Spain’s Peñón de […]

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25 Photography Cliches You Should Stop Doing Today

25 Photography Cliches You Should Stop Doing Today

Selfies, weird borders, and crappy sunset shots. We’ve all rolled our eyes at these clichés, but what’s worse is that we’ve all been guilty of them at some time or another. In this video, Kai exposes the 25 worst photo clichés that you should avoid doing if you hope to grow as a photographer: 25 […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: One Year In One Image

Interesting Photo of the Day: One Year In One Image

A self-described all-around “media dude,” Norwegian photographer Eirik Solheim dabbles in just about every type of photographic and videographic medium. In 2010, he undertook a unique timelapse project to depict every single day of a year into one composite image. We think the results are stunning: To create the image, Solheim mounted his Canon EOS 400D onto a tripod […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Incredible Microscopic Image of a Moth’s Wing

Interesting Photo of the Day: Incredible Microscopic Image of a Moth’s Wing

As a biochemist by trade, Linden Gledhill has learned to appreciate the beauty of even the smallest of things. So when he isn’t developing biopharmaceuticals to treat diseases like cancer and diabetes, Gledhill combines his skills with a microscope and his love for photography to create incredible macro images that showcase nature’s intricate beauty. In a recent study of the wing […]

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How to Shoot Great Campfire Photos

How to Shoot Great Campfire Photos

If you’ve ever sat around a campfire as the sun sets, you know that firelight casts beautiful warm tones on a person’s face. As a photographer, you also probably know that it can be difficult to come anywhere close to capturing those colors and details with a camera. The dynamic range of even the best camera in […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Earthrise Composite Captured By NASA Spacecraft

Interesting Photo of the Day: Earthrise Composite Captured By NASA Spacecraft

You’ve seen many a sunrise and moonrise, but unless you’re an astronaut, you’ve never seen an “earthrise” — a unique phenomenon that is only viewable from the Moon where the Earth appears to “rise” over the lunar horizon. Luckily, NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) witnesses twelve earthrises per day and is equipped with state-of-the-art cameras! The robotic […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Astronaut Photographs the Eye of a Deadly Hurricane

Interesting Photo of the Day: Astronaut Photographs the Eye of a Deadly Hurricane

Astronaut Edward M. Fincke, a NASA ISS science officer and flight engineer, captured this incredible image as he orbited 230 miles above the storm aboard the International Space Station. He was using a Kodak DCS 760 camera set at 22mm, 1/500 of a second, f/2.8, and ISO 100: Many people who see this image admit to […]

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6 Pro Tips for Making the Most of a Golden Hour Photo Shoot

6 Pro Tips for Making the Most of a Golden Hour Photo Shoot

Nikon Ambassador Corey Rich is convinced that the secret to creating compelling outdoor portraits has very little to do with the actual location selected for the photoshoot and much to do with the photographer’s creativity and technical prowess. Rich demonstrates how to make the most of one’s shooting environment during the Sierra Nevada Mountains’ sunrise […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: These Three Bull Bison Mean Serious Business

Interesting Photo of the Day: These Three Bull Bison Mean Serious Business

During his 7-year stint living at Yellowstone National Park, nature photographer Steve Hinch had the opportunity to create an amazing variety of landscape and wildlife images, including this intense shot of three bull bison who clearly mean serious business: On his website, Hinch describes the three guidelines that he follows when he photographs wildlife. First, he never closely approaches a wild animal or […]

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An In-Depth Look & Comparison of Canon 50mm Prime Lenses

An In-Depth Look & Comparison of Canon 50mm Prime Lenses

Deciding which 50mm prime lens to buy can be daunting, considering the many different brands, apertures, and prices. Even after a photographer has chosen a company to buy from, it can be difficult to narrow the options to just one lens. Fortunately, Kai hopes to clear up some of that confusion through its in-depth review […]

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