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Interesting Photo of the Day: Dew Covered Dragonfly

Interesting Photo of the Day: Dew Covered Dragonfly

The stunning image below, taken by David Chambon, has been making its rounds on the Internet because of its sheer beauty. Using a macro lens to allow for a very close up image, Chambon was lucky enough to photograph the dragonfly, which is usually a very jittery insect: The weight of the water is enough […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Magnificent Sky

Interesting Photo of the Day: Magnificent Sky

It’s a common habit among photographers to always make a point to carry a camera around for those “just in case” moments. Many great photographs were captured this way and the image below is no exception. The photographer, based in the Netherlands, took the shot just as the sun was receding into the plane to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset Over Lofoten, Norway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset Over Lofoten, Norway

The internet is unquestionably full of sunset photos, all stunning in their own right. But every once in a while you come across a real knockout. Tobias Richter, for example, has taken this standout image of the sun beginning to retreat into the horizon over the Lofoten archipelago in Norway: Richter managed to create this […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Southern Alps of New Zealand

Interesting Photo of the Day: Southern Alps of New Zealand

The natural beauty found all throughout New Zealand is unparalleled. It’s no wonder so many photographers from all parts of the world flock there or at least daydream about visiting the enchanting place. A quick look at the photo below and most of us will be sent into a fit of photography-related swooning: The image […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Rush Hour in Bangladesh

Interesting Photo of the Day: Rush Hour in Bangladesh

Anyone who utilizes public transportation has, at some point, felt a little crowded, but the image below may offer a little a perspective. The photo, which shows throngs of Bangladeshi crowding a train and platform, was taken during Eid al-Adha, a Muslim holiday sometimes referred to as the The Festival (or Feast) of The Sacrifice: […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Golden Hour At Its Finest

Interesting Photo of the Day: Golden Hour At Its Finest

Golden hour is the time of day that occurs just before sunrise and sunset. At these hours, the sun is at such an angle with the earth that it produces a soft, glowing, golden light. It is generally regarded as the ideal time to photograph outdoors. The golden hour is a fundamental aspect of lighting […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Hot Air Balloon Over Fairy Chimneys

Interesting Photo of the Day: Hot Air Balloon Over Fairy Chimneys

The breathtaking image you see below is just one of many gorgeous images found in photographer Heracles Kritikos’s portfolio. The image, called Hot Air Balloon Flight Over Cappadocia, was captured in a region in Turkey known for its “fairy chimneys” or conical rock formations: Cappadocia has a thriving hot air balloon industry, undoubtly because of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Pinhole Solargraph With a 6 Month Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Pinhole Solargraph With a 6 Month Exposure

Pinhole photography may seem like a dying art form, but an Jip Lambermont, a solargraph enthusiast from the Netherlands, may help to inspire more photographers to give pinhole photography a try: The streaks through the sky are the path of the sun over the course of six months–the duration of the exposure required to create this […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Abraham Lake Winterscape

Interesting Photo of the Day: Abraham Lake Winterscape

In the stunning photograph below, photographer Chip Phillips has captured the beauty of a wintry Lake Abraham in Alberta, Canada. The perfectly composed image is just a sampling of Phillips’ portfolio, the contents of which quickly reveal Phillips’ distinct eye for natural beauty and an immense understanding of landscape photography: With the geometric patterns of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Bullet Splitting a Water Drop in Half

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Bullet Splitting a Water Drop in Half

If you wanted to photograph a bullet splitting a drop of water in half, you would probably assume that there would be a super fancy high speed camera involved. You would be surprised to find out that you can actually pull the feat off with a DSLR, two intervalometers, a pair of Nikon SB-900 speedlights, […]

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