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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: Camera Drone Soars with Golden Eagle

Interesting Photo of the Day: Camera Drone Soars with Golden Eagle

Camera-wielding drones are something of a controversial topic of late, given the ease with which drones can be used for ill purposes in the wrong hands. However, drones and other types of remote-controlled and wireless devices also consistently enable photographers document incredible new viewpoints of our world and its creatures. The following image, which recently won the first international drone photography […]

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31 Hidden Photoshop Hotkeys That Every Photographer Should Know

31 Hidden Photoshop Hotkeys That Every Photographer Should Know

Thanks to its user-friendly interface and sophisticated tools, Adobe Photoshop CC is easily the most widely used image editing software on the market. Since you’re here, you’re probably already happily using Photoshop to perfect your photos—but what if we told you that watching one short video tutorial could make your workflow even more seamless by teaching […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Fisheye View of Climbers Descending Mount Rainier

Interesting Photo of the Day: Fisheye View of Climbers Descending Mount Rainier

At 14,410 feet, Mount Rainier is Washington’s towering fourteener (14er), nestled between many other prominent peaks in Rainier National Park. Despite being one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world and one of the most treacherous alpine climbs in the United States with its many crevasses and glaciers, Mount Rainier is a popular mountaineering […]

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This Kitty is Probably the Most Photogenic Cat in the Entire World

This Kitty is Probably the Most Photogenic Cat in the Entire World

Hold everything. We’re pretty sure we just discovered the most photogenic cat in the world. Smoothie is a female British Longhair kitty with her very own Instagram profile and, my goodness, has she earned it with those lovely green eyes and lion-esque locks. See for yourself: Apparently, the world agrees. Smoothie’s Instagram has amassed more than 500,000 followers, including […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Meet Momo, the Sweetest Dog in the World

Interesting Photo of the Day: Meet Momo, the Sweetest Dog in the World

It’s official—this adorable border collie named Momo is probably the sweetest dog in existence: This image was captured by Ontario-based photographer Andrew Knapp as part of his “Find Momo” portrait series, which features his playful pup hiding in various locations across the world. Knapp posts many of his images on his Instagram feed and has released his second […]

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Panning Photography: How to Blur the Background without Blurring the Subject

Panning Photography: How to Blur the Background without Blurring the Subject

The best motion photographs pulse with energy. Action photographers accomplish this using many different techniques. One technique employs lightning fast shutter speeds to freeze motion so that every feather of a bird’s wings is perfectly sharp as the bird twists in flight, or so that every droplet of water sprayed by a swimmer is crisp […]

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Close-up Portrait Photo Tips

Close-up Portrait Photo Tips

Martin Schoeller is famed for his stunning close-up portraits, but he says that’s not because he possesses the innate ability to coach his subjects to pose like trained models and or possesses any special artistic talent. Instead, Schoeller’s portraiture is successful because he conducts his photoshoots with three basic principles in mind: Make it easy […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: These Suburbanites Did July 4th Fireworks BIG

Interesting Photo of the Day: These Suburbanites Did July 4th Fireworks BIG

Freedom. These suburbians are doing it right: This Independence Day, photographer Scott Quentin Stedman‘s neighbors put on quite a fireworks show in their Southern Californian suburb. “The neighbors were launching [artillery shells] off in 30 second increments and then sprinting off for cover so they’re blended for maximum Freedom,” he said. To capture the spectacle, Stedman set […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Giant Whale Plays Hide and Seek with a Boat

Interesting Photo of the Day: Giant Whale Plays Hide and Seek with a Boat

What’s it like to play hide and seek with a 60-ton whale? Photographer Justin Hofman and his expedition crew found out while diving just off of Argentina’s Patagonian coast: The whale pictured here is a Southern right whale, an endangered species native to the Southern Hemisphere. Once numbering in the mere hundreds, the Southern right whale population has rebounded to […]

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