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Freelance Rocket Launch Photographer: Day in the Life

Freelance Rocket Launch Photographer: Day in the Life

Rocket launches are amazing to witness. And for folks like us who don’t get to see them in person, we’ve got to thank the work of amazing photographers for allowing us to see these spectacular sights. If you’ve ever wondered how rocket launch photographers work, check out this interview with young photographer John Kraus: Kraus […]

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Taking Portraits of Strangers: 60 Second Challenge

Taking Portraits of Strangers: 60 Second Challenge

If you’re into street photography, you know how challenging it can be to take photos of strangers. However, photographer Robert Hall shows us this 60 second challenge wherein three photographers head to the streets of Las Vegas and ask strangers to pose for some quick portraits: In the video, photographers Robert Hall, Francisco Hernandez, and Derrel […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Ocean Wave Swan

Interesting Photo of the Day: Ocean Wave Swan

Nature can surprise us in many ways. Take the following image, for instance. Australian photographer Matt Burgess took a photo of a wave that looks like a swan, and it’s absolutely amazing: It’s not just the overall shape of the wave that looks like a swan but also the textures and details that remind us […]

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Tips to Photograph the Moon

Tips to Photograph the Moon

Space is fantastic. And what better opportunity to practice photographing spatial bodies than with our closest neighbor: the moon. Photographer Jay P. Morgan presents his tips and tricks on how to photograph the moon: Timing In order to photograph the moon in its full glory, you might be naturally tempted to shoot during a full […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Moody Forest Near Mt. Rainier

Interesting Photo of the Day: Moody Forest Near Mt. Rainier

Golden light is preferred by photographers for a good reason. To simplify, it just makes your images look magical. Some photographers are so obsessed with golden light that they can go overboard to pursue it. Photographer Jake Gosline left home at 2:00am to catch the early light at Mt. Rainier National Park: Gosline shot this image […]

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How to Use Focus Stacking for Sharper Macro Photography

How to Use Focus Stacking for Sharper Macro Photography

If you’ve tried macro photography, you know how challenging it is to get things in focus. Even when the aperture is narrowed, the depth of field is very shallow with macro lenses. This is because a lens has a shallower depth of field when the subject is near to its “closest focusing distance.” Photographer David […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Glowing Ala-Archa Mountains

Interesting Photo of the Day: Glowing Ala-Archa Mountains

Landscape photographers are crazy about lighting, patiently waiting for the right moment to capture scenery in all its full glory. Award winning landscape photographer Albert Dros captured this amazing image of the mountains in Kyrgyzstan, where the lighting was just splendid: While the lighting amidst the mountains and clouds is beautiful, the eagle circling the rugged […]

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Timelapse of SpaceX Rocket Over Downtown LA

Timelapse of SpaceX Rocket Over Downtown LA

SpaceX has been in the news recently—and for good reasons. They’ve implemented the idea of reusable rockets, something previously thought to be impossible. At dusk on October 7, 2018, the company launched their Falcon 9 from California’s Vandenberg Air Force Base, about 158 miles north of LA. Its mission was to deliver the Earth-observation radar […]

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What to Do When You Don’t Have Time for Photography

What to Do When You Don’t Have Time for Photography

Time waits for no one. All of us have twenty fours hours in a day and we will never have more of it. Thus, it boils down to how we manage time and allocate a bit of it for something that we love. As a person who has to allocate his time for many daily […]

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How to Photograph Artwork: 5 Tips

How to Photograph Artwork: 5 Tips

While the job of photographing a piece of art may seem simple, you can face a lot of challenges in the process that you might have not thought of at all. Well, worry no more, as photographer David Bergman from Adorama presents his top five tips for photographing artwork: 1. Remove the Glass If the […]

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