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Interesting Photo of the Day: Koi Dance in Takayama

Interesting Photo of the Day: Koi Dance in Takayama

The long exposure photography technique has so much potential. But practically, its usage has been limited to a few redundant concepts. If you try to get more creative, there’s much more scope to using the long exposure technique besides shooting light trails, light painting, and star trails amongst others. Take for instance the following image […]

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Building a Career in Landscape Photography

Building a Career in Landscape Photography

Wouldn’t you love it if you could generate some income doing something you’re passionate about? Work wouldn’t feel like work that way. And while that’s an interesting thought, not everyone gets to live the dream. Especially when it comes to landscape photography, building a career isn’t an easy task. However, it’s not impossible either. In […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: The Elevator Encounter

Interesting Photo of the Day: The Elevator Encounter

Photographers are visual storytellers. This especially applies to street-photographers. A moment that they capture can be interpreted in many different ways to derive various stories. Some can be fun, some can invoke anger, and some can leave you wondering about what happened next. Street photographer Marco Gaia took the following image in Milan, Italy and […]

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Top 10 Tips for Wildlife Photography

Top 10 Tips for Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photography is one of those genres which demands that the person behind the camera is knowledgeable about what they’re doing. Besides being good at photography, you also need to have a good understanding of animals and their behavior. In this video, photographer Charl Stols from Pangolin Photo Safaris outlines his top 10 tips to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sun Spot Through a Solar Telescope

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sun Spot Through a Solar Telescope

Life as we know it would never be possible without the sun. It’s the most important source of energy and influences almost every natural phenomena in our solar system. Although it merely appears as a bright white dot in our sky, there’s obviously much more to it. The sun is basically a giant fusion reactor […]

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At Home Double Exposure Photography Tutorial

At Home Double Exposure Photography Tutorial

Double exposure is a creative photography technique wherein two different exposures are superimposed on the same frame. In analogue photography, you can achieve this by exposing the same frame multiple times. In digital photography, you can accomplish this either in-camera or by using software like Photoshop. This is an interesting creative exercise that you can […]

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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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