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Interesting Photo of the Day: 10-Minute Exposure of Yosemite Valley

Interesting Photo of the Day: 10-Minute Exposure of Yosemite Valley

You’ve heard it said that it’s difficult to take a bad photograph in Yosemite National Park—especially in Yosemite Valley. Most park visitors create essentially identical photos from established viewpoints, but landscape photographer Phil Hawkins‘ gorgeous long exposure of the valley on a misty winter’s night is unlike anything we’ve ever seen: Hawkins has spent the last 29 years of his career […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Little Snow Monkey Enjoys the Hot Springs

Interesting Photo of the Day: Little Snow Monkey Enjoys the Hot Springs

Winter is harsh in Japan’s mountainous Jigokundani Monkey Park, with heavy snow covering the ground for more than one third of the year and temperatures often plummeting below -15 °C. Why then, of all places, would a large population of Japanese Macaques—that is, snow monkeys—choose to make their home there in “Hell’s Valley,” where cliffs […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Baby Giraffe Sleeps Using Own Body as Pillow

Interesting Photo of the Day: Baby Giraffe Sleeps Using Own Body as Pillow

Well-known for towering height and patchy spots, giraffes are equally admired for their ability to thrive with just 4.5 hours of sleep per day—and usually less, considering their vulnerability to predators in the open savannah (Photo by Mitsuyoshi Tatematsu). Giraffes usually sleep standing up, but will occasionally take short naps lying on the ground while using […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Massive Iceberg Rolls Over Exposing Dark Blue Underbelly

Interesting Photo of the Day: Massive Iceberg Rolls Over Exposing Dark Blue Underbelly

Most people think of glaciers as being brightly white and—because most surface-level glaciers are made from airy, unpacked snow—this is largely true. However, some majestic glaciers and icebergs appear to be blue, ranging from powdery sky blues to deep ocean blues, such as in this photo of an enormous iceberg that rolled over as it […]

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Wildlife Photographer Spends Three Years Photographing Swift Foxes

Wildlife Photographer Spends Three Years Photographing Swift Foxes

Known for their playfulness and crafty intelligence, foxes have long been personified as the pranksters of the animal kingdom. But what many of us don’t know—and what wildlife photographer Michael Forsberg has learned during his lengthy quest to photograph swift foxes—is that foxes are actually some of the most elusive mammals out there. For the past three years, Forsberg has […]

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How to Make Your Own Canvas Gallery Wraps

How to Make Your Own Canvas Gallery Wraps

We may be living in the digital age, but for studio photographers looking to attract clientele and sell prints, impactful gallery canvas wraps displayed in-studio are often much more compelling marketing tools than images shared via social media. Not only do gallery wraps provide clients and prospective clients with tangible demonstrations of the photographer’s skill, but they […]

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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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