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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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Family Portrait Photography Tips & Tricks

Family Portrait Photography Tips & Tricks

Family portrait photographer Me Ra Koh didn’t pick up a camera until she was 30 years old. After taking a film photography course to improve her photography of her two year-old daughter, she discovered her passion for the craft and started her own business. Within four years, she was charging $15,000 to shoot high end weddings, and […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Piper the Airport Guard Dog

Interesting Photo of the Day: Piper the Airport Guard Dog

Remember when we got you to concede that a tiny garden vole was probably a better photographer than you? Well, here’s another photograph to keep you humble. We’re pretty sure that this airport guard dog named Piper is cooler than all humans ever: K-9 Piper is a 7 year-old border collie. Wearing full protective gear, Piper works at […]

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Photography Perspectives in the Pacific Northwest

Photography Perspectives in the Pacific Northwest

Known for its rainy weather and fog, the United States’ Pacific Northwest doesn’t always present the most optimal climate conditions for photographers to explore and document its many natural areas. However, the rewards of shooting the region’s towering old-growth forests and picturesque mountain ranges outweigh physical comfort for adventure and lifestyle photographers like Dylan Furst. In the following short […]

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Photographer Creates Surreal Underwater Portraits of a Model Swimming with Sharks

Photographer Creates Surreal Underwater Portraits of a Model Swimming with Sharks

Photographer Benjamin Von Wong is well known for creating incredibly surreal portraits. From medieval maternity shoots to superheroes teetering on skyscraper ledges, Von Wong’s imagination and knack for technical problem solving make him a potent storyteller. His most recent project, “Shark Shepherd,” started with a simple idea: put a model in a beautiful white dress and photograph her in […]

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How to Pose Bridesmaids for Wedding Photos

How to Pose Bridesmaids for Wedding Photos

Photographing groomsmen can be a tough gig, but bridesmaids and brides can sometimes present even more of a challenge. Ladies’ dresses and hairstyles are often restrictive and fragile, ruling out “active” poses like jumps. It can be difficult to encourage bridesmaids to demonstrate their affection for one another without making them cry and smear their makeup. And on top of that, you […]

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Timelapse Photographer Accidentally Films a Meteoroid Exploding

Timelapse Photographer Accidentally Films a Meteoroid Exploding

On December 12, 2015, astrophotographer Nao Tharp braved the cold and set up his gear in Red Rock Canyon State Park to shoot a 4K timelapse sequence of the Geminid Meteor Shower. During filming, however,  he was suddenly surprised to see “a bright spark [that] illuminated the entire rim of eroded sandstone canyon, followed by [an] orange fume […]

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These Polar Bears Are Dead Set on Destroying BBC’s Spy Cameras

These Polar Bears Are Dead Set on Destroying BBC’s Spy Cameras

Known primarily by their snow white fur and for their expert hunting and swimming skills, polar bears are still a mystery to biologists in many ways. The extreme conditions of wild polar bears’ native climate, as well as the fact that the bears are usually moving from island to island, make it difficult for researchers to get close enough […]

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High-Flying Military Photojournalist Talks Life as a U.S. Air Force Photographer

High-Flying Military Photojournalist Talks Life as a U.S. Air Force Photographer

Imagine hurtling through the clouds at 500 mph in an F-16 fighter jet, a mere three feet away from a formation of six or eight other fighters that you’re “chasing.” Now imagine that you’re a member of the U.S. Air Force and that your commander has tasked you with photographing a particular aerial display. You’ll only have once […]

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