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Interesting Photo of the Day: Dog Hiding for Sneak Attack

Interesting Photo of the Day: Dog Hiding for Sneak Attack

Dogs – what would we do without them? Their unconditional love for us makes it such a joy to be around them. No matter how bad or difficult your day has been, going home to your dog immediately makes you forget everything. This feeling of joy must be the reason why the internet loves dog […]

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Staying Motivated as a Photographer

Staying Motivated as a Photographer

One of the major challenges that artists, including photographers, face is remaining inspired. Actually, it’s quite common to feel unmotivated from time to time. What’s important is that you fight your way back and get the creative juices flowing again. Of course that’s easier said than done. Finding your inspiration in reality can be quite […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Night Sky over Turtle Mountains

Interesting Photo of the Day: Night Sky over Turtle Mountains

Photographing the Milky Way can be one of the most rewarding photography experiences. However, it’s equally challenging. For one, you really need to know what you’re doing. And then there’s the specialized equipment that’s usually needed for the process. Nonetheless, photographer Justin Anderson took the following image with no extra special equipment. He simply took […]

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Wave Painting Photography Tips

Wave Painting Photography Tips

One of the various things that you can do with long exposure is wave painting. When you photograph a wave at a slow shutter speed, you capture the movement of the water creating a blurry, silky, and dreamy pattern. By having the right composition, and shooting in the right conditions, you can take some breathtaking […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Glowing Shelf Cloud

Interesting Photo of the Day: Glowing Shelf Cloud

Mother nature is undoubtedly an unrivaled supreme force – a quite temperamental supreme force. While she can be calm and pleasant one second, things can get violent and unpredictable the very next. But, sometimes those violently moody moments are the most mesmerizing, even if they aren’t favorable. Just have a look at the following image […]

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Using Long Exposures with Portraits

Using Long Exposures with Portraits

Admit it, most of us use the camera with the shutter speed set towards the faster end in most cases. Of course we usually want to avoid any kind of blurriness that might creep into the image. While this makes sense, it’s also a good idea to consider the fact that a little bit of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Graduation 2020

Interesting Photo of the Day: Graduation 2020

The year 2020 has been marked with some world-changing developments – a lot of them not being in anybody’s favor. With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing the world to a standstill, many important events and activities have either been postponed or even canceled. The graduating batch of students in 2020 felt the effect too as there […]

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Long Exposure Landscape Photography with Minimalism

Long Exposure Landscape Photography with Minimalism

Photographs with a minimalistic approach tend to stand out from the rest. That’s because a successful photograph with a minimalistic approach often provokes a deeper meaning while having a composition that appears pretty simple. And even if you aren’t so great at capturing such though provoking photographs, you can give it a shot using a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount St. Helens at Sunrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount St. Helens at Sunrise

Mount St. Helens, an active volcano in the state of Washington, is infamous for its deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in the history of the United States, which happened in 1980. However, looking at this amazing photo by Ross Schram con Haupt, the mountain looks far from dangerous: Schram von Haupt took this […]

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3 Tips to Add Depth to Your Landscape Composition

3 Tips to Add Depth to Your Landscape Composition

The importance of composition in photography can’t be understated. If you want to quickly improve your photography, the best way is to work on your composition. But that said, composition – especially when photographing landscapes – comes with its own set of challenges. For instance, a big challenge is to capture a three-dimensional world in […]

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