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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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The History of Leica

The History of Leica

If you know anything about photography, then you’ve heard of Leica. If you don’t know anything about photography, then you’ve heard of Leica. The is little need to explain what the Leica is because it’s the camera. The camera of Cartier-Bresson, the superior image quality, the camera that costs as much as a car. But […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Photograph Achieved After a Four Year Struggle

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Photograph Achieved After a Four Year Struggle

Have you ever had an idea for an image in your head and spent days, weeks, or months trying to produce it. How about four years? That’s how long this photographer (known as wmbpix on social media) spent watching the weather and chasing storms until he was finally able to capture the image he had […]

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Color Perception and How it Might Apply to Photography

Color Perception and How it Might Apply to Photography

Our perceptions of world are unique in two ways. First of all they are unique from the perceptions of others. Although two people might agree that something is “fun” they don’t experience “fun” in the exact same way as each other. The second way it’s unique is that, unlike the physical things and forces that […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Petra, the City Carved in Rock

Interesting Photo of the Day: Petra, the City Carved in Rock

Petra, also known as the Rose City, is an ancient city in Jordan that experts claim was built as early as 312 BC. Its defining feature is the massive structures carved out of the rock walls that make up the city. The architecture of this city is definitely impressive, but the perspective of this photograph […]

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Rare Parrot Attempts to Mate with Photographer

Rare Parrot Attempts to Mate with Photographer

Some wildlife photographers spend hours, days, weeks, months, or even years searching for their subject. Photographers for National Geographic are often sent to locations in which they must set up camp in the middle of a rain forest or frozen tundra to wait until they find a particular rare species. However, this was not the […]

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