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Interesting Photo of the Day: Ancient Stepwell Architecture

Interesting Photo of the Day: Ancient Stepwell Architecture

Here is an architectural shot of something that you don’t see very often: the Chand Baori located in Rajasthan, India. Chand Baori is one of the oldest stepwells in the world, as it dates back to between 800-900 AD. While the stepwell is no longer in use as a means of water procurement, it is kept […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Geological Rock Patterns

Interesting Photo of the Day: Geological Rock Patterns

Patterns and textures always make for interesting photography and are often sought out by photographers for just that reason. They can be found in the most unusual places and can be formed by any number of materials. Take, for example, this awesome photo of a rock formation: The image was captured in Zumaia, a small […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lunch at 1,000 Feet

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lunch at 1,000 Feet

Afraid of heights? Not these two fearless workers who are enjoying a nice lunch break perched upon steel beams 1,000 feet up in the air: The image was taken during construction of the Five Finger Viewing Platform in Austria. Since it can take quite a long time to descend the work site, the workers presumably […]

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Shooting Lifestyle Photos for Commercial Photography

Shooting Lifestyle Photos for Commercial Photography

As advertising agencies increasingly gear their ads toward specific demographics, lifestyle photography becomes more and more important. In this video interview, John Schell, a San Diego based commercial photographer, talks about how he got his start in the business and what it takes to keep thriving as the competition grows: Schell grew his now thriving […]

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Tips for Shooting Tethered to Make a Timelapse Photography Sequence

Tips for Shooting Tethered to Make a Timelapse Photography Sequence

Memory and data storage are crucial to timelapse photography. A single production often requires tens of thousands of still photographs. Since having to change memory cards mid-shoot is less than ideal, shooting tethered is a great way of managing the photos as soon as they come in. Take a look at this quick video in […]

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Shooting Mountain Bikers for Composite Photography

Shooting Mountain Bikers for Composite Photography

Erik Almås has traveled the world, toting his camera and gear to some incredibly remote areas. After finishing an assignment in Namibia, Almås decided to stick around an extra week to go on a personal photo adventure. The self portraits he took during that time were OK but did little to satisfy his high action […]

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Documenting Aboriginal Culture With a National Geographic Photographer

Documenting Aboriginal Culture With a National Geographic Photographer

On assignment for National Geographic, photographer Amy Toensing was on a mission to document the culture of the Aboriginal people. Her work on the project is a beautiful display of the Aboriginals’ history and modern life, including their struggles and celebrations alike. Listen to her moving talk on the subject as she shares some of her […]

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Photographing Ice Climbers in the Arctic Circle

Photographing Ice Climbers in the Arctic Circle

After wanting to photograph ice climbers doing their thing set amidst an aurora borealis background for many years, Ray Demski knew that 2014 was the year to take on the challenge. Thanks to a peaking solar cycle, the winter of 2014 promised to be one of the best times to view the aurora. Join Demski […]

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What You Need to Know About Smart Objects in Photoshop

What You Need to Know About Smart Objects in Photoshop

Photoshop is such an extensive and massive editing tool it can take years to master it and learn how to harness it’s full image editing prowess. In this 30-minute tutorial, however, you can learn all about Smart Objects as the video highlights ten interesting aspects of the tool that are essential to using it: Smart […]

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Risking It All to Photograph Surfers in the Arctic

Risking It All to Photograph Surfers in the Arctic

As if surf photography wasn’t difficult enough, professional photographer Chris Burkard takes it to the extreme by mixing his passions for cold weather, surfing, and photography. Rather than heading to warm and tropical surf destinations like Tahiti, Burkard packs his winter clothes and wetsuit and takes off for the frigid Arctic waters to photograph the […]

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