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Interesting Photo of the Day: Quabbin Reservoir

Interesting Photo of the Day: Quabbin Reservoir

Thanks to cameras and skillful photographers, we can get a glimpse of our beautiful galaxy. Photographer Varun Sheel took this image of the Milky Way rising over Quabbin Reservoir, and it’s jaw-droppingly beautiful: Sheel took the image using a Nikon D3300 and Sigma 18–35 f/1.8 Art lens with a Hoya Red Intensifier Light Pollution filter. He […]

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Foreground Elements to Improve Your Landscape Photos (Video Tutorial)

Foreground Elements to Improve Your Landscape Photos (Video Tutorial)

An engaging foreground element can do so much to take your wide-angle landscape photos to the next level. This is why you will constantly come across suggestions to include an interesting foreground in your images. However, in reality, when trying out this technique, it is common for beginners to spend a big chunk of their […]

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Product Photography Tips Using Black Backgrounds

Product Photography Tips Using Black Backgrounds

Black backgrounds have their own special place in photography. Whether it be portrait or product photography, black backgrounds add a glamorous, elegant and luxurious look to their images. But as easy as it may sound, working with black backgrounds requires you to pay special attention to your lighting. In today’s video, we have professional photographer […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Diamonds in the Snow

Interesting Photo of the Day: Diamonds in the Snow

If you have a creative eye, you don’t need lush green meadows or golden hour light to take wonderful landscape images. Even a cold moonlit night with snow covered trees can do magic. Well, that’s what we can deduce from the following image by photographer Jari Romppainen: The trees with their barren branches covered in […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Snow Dog Portrait

Interesting Photo of the Day: Snow Dog Portrait

Often times, even the simplest of images can be interpreted in various ways – perhaps literally or figuratively. Consider the following image that photographer Simon Huntley took of his pet. Depending on what you think you’re looking at, you might come to some interesting conclusions about it. Have a look: The image is in fact […]

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Camera Lens Focus Tutorial

Camera Lens Focus Tutorial

Focus is critical in any kind of photo. You may be able to recover some details in post if you miscalculate your exposure. Or crop the image to adjust your composition. But if it’s out of focus, there’s no cure. So it’s crucial for every photographer to understand how focus works. Photographer Micael Widell explains […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Morning View of San Francisco

Interesting Photo of the Day: Morning View of San Francisco

If you’ve ever had the opportunity to visit San Francisco, you must have noticed the very steep streets. The reason behind this being that the city has quite a hilly terrain and the roads are largely aligned on a rectangular grid system. This has made the city synonymous with difficult road design – many drivers […]

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Using a Drone to Light a Long Exposure

Using a Drone to Light a Long Exposure

Drones, in recent years, have been able to establish themselves as a popular addition to a photographer or videographer’s arsenal. The fact that they’re equally capable on the photography and videography front, makes them a rather handy tool. Then, there’s the unique perspective they allow us to shoot from, which is what differentiates it from […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Shanghai Library Portrait

Interesting Photo of the Day: Shanghai Library Portrait

A frame within a frame is one of the most interesting composition techniques in photography. By enclosing your subject within a physical frame, you can direct the viewers’ interest to your subject. The following image by photographer Nathan Ackley is an amazing example of beautiful composition: Ackley took this image at a library in Shanghai, […]

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Understanding Focal Lengths

Understanding Focal Lengths

Focal length is the distance between the optical center of a lens and the point where it converges a beam of light to form a sharp image. In photography, the focal length of the lens determines the field of view and the magnification of the subject. Understanding focal lengths and their uses can allow you […]

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