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Man and Dog Take Adventures

Man and Dog Take Adventures

Originally from North Carolina but now planted in Idaho, Theron Humphrey makes a habit of having adventures with his best friend Maddie, an obliging coonhound whom he rescued years ago. As a talented photographer, Humphrey thoroughly documents these excursions in photographs, which he then posts to Instagram and publishes in photobooks. Below are some of Humphrey’s best images […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: St. Basil’s Cathedral on a Frosty Winter Morning

Interesting Photo of the Day: St. Basil’s Cathedral on a Frosty Winter Morning

iPhone cameras might not pack as much punch as DSLRs in terms of megapixel count, but they can certainly create stunning images when operated by folks who know what they’re doing in adequate lighting conditions. That’s certainly the case with this beautiful photo of Moscow, Russia’s iconic St. Basil’s Cathedral: The photographer captured the image with an iPhone […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Vertical Panorama of the Milky Way Over Arches National Park

Interesting Photo of the Day: Vertical Panorama of the Milky Way Over Arches National Park

Arches National Park, Utah may be a desert, but it’s very rarely deserted, thanks to its iconic rock formations, which attract hoards of camera-wielding tourists year-round. Thankfully, however, there was no traffic in the park at 3:00 a.m. when landscape and astrophotographer Mike Taylor decided to set up his gear in the middle of the road to photograph the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Majestic Norwegian Ice Cap

Interesting Photo of the Day: Majestic Norwegian Ice Cap

Twenty years. That’s how long Canadian marine biologist and National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen has been documenting “the beauty and the plight” of Earth’s polar regions and oceans. If the following image of a majestic ice cap in Svalbard, Norway is any proof, Nicklen’s dedication has paid off: An ice cap is a glacier that spans less than […]

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15 Valuable Secrets To Success for Travel Photographers

15 Valuable Secrets To Success for Travel Photographers

Whether you’re an hobbyist photographer about to embark on a much-needed vacation with your family or an amateur professional photographer preparing for your first legitimate assignment abroad, you would do well to glean as much wisdom as possible from expert travel photographer Richard I’Anson. In the following video, I’Anson discusses the fundamentals of travel photography, including the ins and outs of selecting […]

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Why Photographers Shouldn’t Give RAW Files to Clients

Why Photographers Shouldn’t Give RAW Files to Clients

When a client starts asking a professional photographer for RAW, unedited photos from their portrait session or wedding day, things can get a little messy. In the following video, Detroit-based portrait photographer and graphic designer Jessica Kobeissi breaks down the complexities of this issue and describes the reasons why photographers should never give RAW files to clients: RAW files […]

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Building Trust: Advice for Photographing Couples

Building Trust: Advice for Photographing Couples

There’s a reason that so many professional wedding photographers offer complimentary engagement sessions along with their wedding packages. It’s a simple reason, but it’s powerful, and it’s the key to capturing stunning wedding photos: trust. Here, wedding photographer Ryan Brenizer provides basic advice about how to conduct a successful engagement session and explains the importance of using engagement […]

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Rembrandt or “Cross” Studio Portrait Lighting Made Easy

Rembrandt or “Cross” Studio Portrait Lighting Made Easy

It’s easy to overthink studio lighting and become convinced that you need elaborate equipment setups that include multiple strobes and reflector panels, all meticulously positioned and expensive to boot. However, as portrait photographer and Adobe Photoshop expert Glyn Dewis explains in the following short tutorial, making compelling portraits with just one light source is not only easily possible, but also incredibly effective. Watch his technique […]

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Creative Posing Ideas for Groomsmen in Wedding Photos

Creative Posing Ideas for Groomsmen in Wedding Photos

Every professional wedding photographer knows that exuberant (and often partially-drunk) groomsmen can be especially challenging to wrangle and photograph. If you aren’t equipped with an arsenal of easy, fun poses that will channel groomsmen’s energies into great images and inspire them to cooperate, the photo shoot might just get away from you. If you have had trouble in the […]

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Canadian Traffic Camera Accidentally Films Snowy Owl In Flight

Canadian Traffic Camera Accidentally Films Snowy Owl In Flight

January 3, 2016 started out just like any other wintry day for a traffic camera mounted above Sources Boulevard and Highway 40 in western Montreal, Canada — that is, until is accidentally filmed something amazing. Watch: The video went viral after Quebec’s transport minister, Robert Poëti, tweeted about it, including screenshots of the majestic bird. Magnifique harfang […]

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