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Pre-Digital Photography Infographic: The Evolution of the Camera

Pre-Digital Photography Infographic: The Evolution of the Camera

While many inventors are considered to have developed the first photographic camera, photography appears to have had its earliest start in the thick of the Middle Ages (1000 AD) when a man named Alhazen rigged the first pinhole camera, which we now call the Camera Obscura. From there, all the way to the 1981 Sony Mavica […]

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10 Expert Tips for Aspiring Landscape Photographers

10 Expert Tips for Aspiring Landscape Photographers

Surrounded by the beauty of nature, many photographers experience a longing to capture those stunning vistas, towering mountains and waterfalls, decorated valleys, and quiet pools, alive with light and color. Unfortunately, after photographing landscapes, many photographers often experience a startling sense of defeat when the images turn out to be shapeless, emotionless and otherwise amateur […]

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Light Painting with iDevices for Unique Product Photography

Light Painting with iDevices for Unique Product Photography

With the millions of product photos floating around television and the Internet, it’s easy for one product photographer’s carefully-crafted work to get lost in the masses of other images. Simply put—it’s hard to get your work to stand out. Photographer Laya Gerlock uses light painting to set his product photography apart, but instead of using […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Parachutist at High Altitude

Interesting Photo of the Day: Parachutist at High Altitude

If you like moody sepia tones, then you’re totally going to fall for this skydiving selfie (pun very much intended), which was posted by timothy53: The so labeled “skydiver” in the image is actually a member of Go-Parachuting, a company that provides military parachute systems testing and training for the French special forces. There is some […]

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Amazing Use of White Balance in Arctic Wildlife Photography

Amazing Use of White Balance in Arctic Wildlife Photography

No one documents the beauty of the Arctic quite like French wildlife photographer Vincent Munier. Packing his gigantic telephoto lens and tripod through deep snowdrifts and glaciers that seem to stretch on forever in every direction, Munier captures stunning photographs of everything from Arctic predators like foxes, and wolves, and bears to the smallest of birds and rodents, such as […]

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Timelapse Showing Seasonal Change in Melbourne Australia

Timelapse Showing Seasonal Change in Melbourne Australia

From March 2013 to February 2016, a hobbyist timelapse photographer named Alexander Chin documented Melbourne, Australia’s most iconic locations and landmarks as they appeared in spring, summer, fall, and winter. Chin then combined all of the images together into a dreamy “chronolapse” video called The Four Seasons of Melbourne: Chin shot the images with his Nikon D90 and D610 and purposefully selected symmetrical locations—such as the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: The Truth Behind Avatar’s Floating Hallelujah Mountains

Interesting Photo of the Day: The Truth Behind Avatar’s Floating Hallelujah Mountains

James Cameron’s Avatar isn’t real, but those awe-inspiring “Hallelujah Mountains” from the film are. While the craggy pillars don’t actually float, that illusion is easily created by the dense fog and mist that often swirls around the canyon beneath the peaks. The pillar pictured below was photographed by Thomas Dawson and has recently enjoyed an official name change from “South […]

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Rollerblading Photographer Takes Motorcycle Photo Shoot to a Dangerous Level

Rollerblading Photographer Takes Motorcycle Photo Shoot to a Dangerous Level

Commercial and editorial photographer Matthew Jones has been shooting motorcycles and bikers for years, but for the photo session featured in the following video, he elevates his work to a whole new level. Instead of riding alongside the motorcycle in a vehicle or on the back of another bike, Jones straps on a pair of freshly oiled rollerblades: […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Miss Alaska in Her Native Element

Interesting Photo of the Day: Miss Alaska in Her Native Element

Much to his delight, Norwegian nature photographer and photojournalist Olav Thokle stumbled upon the opportunity of a lifetime when he had the chance to photograph the radiant Miss Alaska herself in a private modeling session. Thokle created many unique and beautiful images during the shoot, including the lovely shot below: Stunning, isn’t she? Miss Alaska is an 18-month old […]

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10 Delicious Ways to Improve Your iPhone Food Photography

10 Delicious Ways to Improve Your iPhone Food Photography

As social media has exploded in popularity in recent years, we have also seen a drastic increase in food photographers. These artists often use Instagram and Facebook as platforms to share their work, and some creatives have even gone so far as to dedicate their channels entirely to iPhone photography (also labeled “iPhonography” by some). In the following […]

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