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Curious Llamas Photobomb a Landscape Photographer’s Efforts in the Patagonias

Curious Llamas Photobomb a Landscape Photographer’s Efforts in the Patagonias

Photobombs are everywhere. Be it that guy making faces in the background at your wedding reception, or that girl that’s always jumping in front of the camera while you try to take selfies. But rarely do you see these kinds of rascals out in the wild. However, during a trip to Patagonia, this photographer happened […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Bajau Boy Ready to go Fishing

Interesting Photo of the Day: Bajau Boy Ready to go Fishing

Among the shores of southeast Asia live an indigenous group of people called the Bajau. They primarily live off the ocean, using small wooden boats to traverse the blue waters of their native land. Pictured here is a young Bajau boy photographed by Hesham Alhumaid. This photo was taken using a Canon 5D MarkII and […]

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Timelapse Photography of the Earth & Sky: Within Two Worlds

Timelapse Photography of the Earth & Sky: Within Two Worlds

With the advancements in digital photography, we have seen a great leap in the quality of timelapse photography. Brad Goldpaint has taken full advantage of these advancements and combined it with his own perspective and photographic prowess to create his own timelapse, “Within Two Worlds.” Complimented by Serge Essiambre’s piano melody, the two create a […]

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The Beautiful Science of Space Photography

The Beautiful Science of Space Photography

When you imagine the opposite of science, you think of art. Art is creative, chaotic, colorful, and it uses the right side of your brain. Science is logical, organized, quantifiable, and it uses the left side of your brain. If you’re an art major and your friend is a science major, chances are you have […]

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How to Add a Smoke Effect to Light Painting Photography

How to Add a Smoke Effect to Light Painting Photography

Admit it: Light painting is awesome. It’s like painting in 3D. You can create anything you want, with any color, and with whatever background you choose to photograph. You’re limited only by your artistic ability…and maybe by daylight. Light painting really opens up a realm of creative opportunities. This fun video by photographer Wen-Jié Yang […]

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The Challenge of Working with Mixed Indoor/Outdoor Photography Lighting

The Challenge of Working with Mixed Indoor/Outdoor Photography Lighting

When shooting without flash, you try to use the light in your environment that works best. When shooting with flash, you often shoot inside and focus on altering the lights pointed at your subject. But often we forget that you can use the environment to help create a natural look with artificial light. In this […]

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Very Interesting Comparison of Canon DSLR Camera Burst Mode Speeds and Sounds

Very Interesting Comparison of Canon DSLR Camera Burst Mode Speeds and Sounds

In 2003, Canon announced the Canon 300D with a burst mode rate of 2.5 fps. In 2006, they managed to double that number with the release of the 30D. These days, we have the Canon 1D X which performs an incredible 14 fps. Any faster and Canon will be verging on the edge of the […]

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Using Patterns and Squares in Photography

Using Patterns and Squares in Photography

Question: What is it with our obsession with squares? Why must everything have corners and neat, clean angles? Our houses are square, our appliances are square, our furniture is square, our tvs are square, even our pillows are square. But the earth is round and our heads are round, yet we live in a world […]

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Simplicity in Commercial Product Photography

Simplicity in Commercial Product Photography

In the world of product photography, simplicity is a common element. It is very eye-catching and often exudes a sort of elegance. Somewhat ironically, however, simplicity is often one of the most difficult things to achieve. The video below shows a photo shoot for Jameson Whiskey in which the photographers attempt a very simple and […]

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Techniques for Photographing Exploding Objects

Techniques for Photographing Exploding Objects

Photographing objects as still lifes can be fun. Photographing exploding objects, however, can be even more fun. Conceptual photographer Dan Saelinger does this very thing for his clients. But instead of finding an object and photoshopping it until it looks like it’s exploding, he has created an elaborate setup to photograph objects actually exploding. This […]

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