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Interesting Photo of the Day: Man-made Patterns

Interesting Photo of the Day: Man-made Patterns

If you thought the cookie-cutter housing model only existed in the U.S., think again. Below is a photo of a several houses in Tibet, or rather, one house repeated a hundred times. The landscape on which the houses sit provides a neat perspective from which to view them. It almost looks as if the houses […]

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How to Make a Simple Background or Reflector for your Home Photo Studio

How to Make a Simple Background or Reflector for your Home Photo Studio

Renting out a space for a photo studio can be costly and is the main reason that many photographers choose to set up their own studio inside their home. But just because your studio is in your home doesn’t mean you can skimp on good photography gear. However, good photographer gear doesn’t have to be […]

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Amazing Photography Rube Goldberg Machine

Amazing Photography Rube Goldberg Machine

Though many of you may have heard of or even seen a Rube Goldberg machine, you may not be familiar with the term. Ever seen one of those videos that starts out with a line of dominoes falling that hits a ball which in turn triggers a fan which then makes a hammer smash something? […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Jolly Elephant Seal

Interesting Photo of the Day: Jolly Elephant Seal

“One, two, three, smile!” Though this phrase often works on your family and friends, rarely does it produce any results with wildlife. In this occasion however, photographer Justin Hofman was able to capture a photo of a seemingly jolly southern elephant seal. This image was captured off the coast of Gold Harbor in South Georgia […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Thunderstorms and Wildfires

Interesting Photo of the Day: Thunderstorms and Wildfires

A wildfire in theĀ hills of Wenatchee, Washington. Firefighters had had a difficult time containing the wildfire, and further concerns were voiced when weather patterns showed a thunderstorm preparing to roll in. Despite the chance of rainfall, firefighters were more concerned about the high winds and potential for new fires to ignite from lightning strikes. As […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Strikes Grand Canyon

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Strikes Grand Canyon

We’ve all seen photos of the Grand Canyon, but I’ll bet you’ve never seen one like this. Last year, Travis Roe captured this image of a lightning bolt striking the rim of the Grand Canyon. Roe submitted the image to the U.S. Department of Interior who released the image. It has become one of their […]

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Time-lapse Photography: Full Tutorial on Each Step of the Process

Time-lapse Photography: Full Tutorial on Each Step of the Process

With so many timelapse videos floating around the internet recently, you may be looking to create your own timelapse. Well look no further than Nathaniel Dodson‘s latest project Philly Is Ugly. Not only did Dodson spend months creating a beautiful timelpase of the city of Philadelphia, but he also took the time to create several […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: C-17 Wingtip Vortices Through Countermeasures

Interesting Photo of the Day: C-17 Wingtip Vortices Through Countermeasures

When you look at this photo, you may think, how was this photographed? Was this just a lucky capture? What you’re seeing in this photo is actually two different phenomena. The first is the unique smoke pattern caused by a plane deploying its flares. These smoke shapes left behind are often referred to as “smoke […]

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How to Create Refractograph Abstract Photography

How to Create Refractograph Abstract Photography

Ever look through a kaleidoscope as a kid? You would hold the tube up to your eye, twist the end, and see an array of wild colors and patterns move about. Well refractory photography works somewhat on the same concept. Using a refractory object such as glass or plastic, you can create your own abstract […]

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How a Professional Photographer Packs & Organizes His Gear for Any Situation

How a Professional Photographer Packs & Organizes His Gear for Any Situation

Have you ever seen a photographer in the airport and wondered, “What equipment does he have with him, and how much did he bring?” Traveling to a shoot can be tricky because you can only bring a limited amount of gear. So when that limit is put on you, how much do you bring, what […]

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