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Interesting Photo of the Day: Wizard Island in Crater Lake

Interesting Photo of the Day: Wizard Island in Crater Lake

Spanning 21 square miles and reaching depths over 1,900 feet, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. Located inside a dormant volcano called Mount Mazama, Crater Lake resulted from rain and snowmelt accumulating inside the caldera formed after Mount Mazama’s massive eruption in approximately 5700 B.C. Peeking out of the middle of […]

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Japanese Photographer Creates Adorably Hilarious Photos of His Daughter

Japanese Photographer Creates Adorably Hilarious Photos of His Daughter

It’s a known fact that parents love to take (and share) photos of their children. Most people smile politely as the proud parent flips through photo after photo of their kid eating, sleeping, crying, playing, and celebrating the latest birthday; however, the viewer is usually disenchanted with the photo barrage about 5 pictures in. Welcome […]

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How to Control Depth of Field

How to Control Depth of Field

Have you ever snapped a portrait then realized the background is too busy? What if you really like the colors, but just need it to be a bit blurrier to bring the focus to your subject? In this video, photographer Terry White explains exactly how to control your depth of field to blur the background while […]

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A Simple Way to Improve Architectural Photography

A Simple Way to Improve Architectural Photography

Architectural photography is an art form in itself. It takes a photographer with a keen eye to capture the beauty and showcase the architect’s design in a single photo. Photographer Julius Shulman was one of the most well-known architectural photographers. He prided himself in not only creating an incredible image of a building, but also […]

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Capturing Dynamic Sky Activity Using Timelapse Sequences

Capturing Dynamic Sky Activity Using Timelapse Sequences

If you enjoy photography that takes you on a vacation by just looking at it, you’re in for a treat! Photographer Andrew Walker spent the last year and a half photographing various sites in the western half of the United States to obtain these amazing shots. Walker says some of the spots were not easily accessed, […]

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Travel Photography: What Should You Pack?

Travel Photography: What Should You Pack?

How do you choose which camera gear to bring with you when you travel? Photographer David Hobby packed light on his vacation to Hong Kong.  Here he discusses exactly what he carries in his traveling camera pack: Tips for Traveling Photographers Pack Light. Hobby suggests only taking the most necessary items for taking photos while […]

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Humans of New York: The Story Behind the Project

Humans of New York: The Story Behind the Project

If you’ve ever considered dropping everything, packing a couple suitcases, and moving to a new city to pursue your dreams, let photographer Brandon Stanton be your inspiration. Stanton moved to New York City in 2010 with two suitcases and a goal: take 10,000 photographs. Originally, he planned on taking a photographic census of the Big […]

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Beach and Surf Photography: How One Photographer Turned His Passion Into His Career

Beach and Surf Photography: How One Photographer Turned His Passion Into His Career

Have you ever dreamed about quitting your day job to pursue your passion? If you have, you’re certainly not alone. While many contemplate taking that plunge, Eugene Tan turned his hobby of photographing beaches and surfers into the full-time career of his dreams. At the young age of 9, Tan picked up his first camera […]

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How To Create Better Lighting With a DIY Scrim

How To Create Better Lighting With a DIY Scrim

Shooting portraits outdoors in direct sunlight can lead to some pretty gnarly shadows. To help soften the natural light, photographer Kevin Kubota suggests using a scrim. Professional scrims can be a bit on the costly side, so Kubota suggests building your own to save you some green: DIY Scrim Supplies 3/4 inch PVC pipe (three 10-foot […]

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3 Ways to Avoid Awkward Wedding Photo Poses

3 Ways to Avoid Awkward Wedding Photo Poses

Awkward photos tend to go viral across the internet, and while you may get a chuckle out of them, you certainly don’t want your wedding photos popping up on a “Top 10 Awkward Photos” blog. In this video, wedding photographer Jasmine Star gives a few pointers on how to pose your bride and groom comfortably to […]

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