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Interesting Photo of the  Day: Lightning Storm Over the Grand Canyon

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Storm Over the Grand Canyon

Ever watch an Arizona storm as it marches across the horizon? The air suddenly shifts, and you can feel the static charge building in the air. Well, that’s just what photographer Dan Ransom captured one summer weekend at the Grand Canyon. In his case, the monsoon touched off a crazy electrical storm that made for […]

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NASA Celebrates Fifth Year of the Solar Dynamics Observatory with a Stunning Solar Timelapse

NASA Celebrates Fifth Year of the Solar Dynamics Observatory with a Stunning Solar Timelapse

Our daily view of the sun is generally that of a large glowing orb—something that shines in our sky, steadfast and predictable. This timelapse from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, however, shows us an entirely different view of our great stellar host—one whose surface is always in motion. Part lightning storm, part volcanic eruption, and part […]

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Inversion Immersion: An Amazing Portland Fog-lapse

Inversion Immersion: An Amazing Portland Fog-lapse

Few photographers would argue that there’s a huge luck component to getting an awesome shot. A lot depends on being at the right place, at the right time, and with the right equipment and skill. Lucky for 19-year-old student Andrew Studer, his trip to get a few sunset shots ended with capturing an awesome Portland […]

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Photography Transforms a Forest Into a Bio-Luminescent Wonderland

Photography Transforms a Forest Into a Bio-Luminescent Wonderland

As photographers, much of our time is spent capturing the beauty we see around us. Sure, we might augment what we see through filters or creative editing, but most of the time we’re working with what’s already laid out before us. Artists Friedrich van Schoor and Tarek Mawad, however, wanted to add a little something […]

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Taking Photography to the Extreme in the Coldest Village on Earth

Taking Photography to the Extreme in the Coldest Village on Earth

If the winter weather has been getting you down, chilling your bones,  or simply making you stir crazy, and the forecast of yet another six weeks of winter just makes you want to run over Punxsutawney Phil (you know, that groundhog that saw his shadow on February 2nd), the photo album below might cheer you […]

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Humans of New York Raises Over a Million Dollars for a Brooklyn School

Humans of New York Raises Over a Million Dollars for a Brooklyn School

Do you ever wonder if your photography could have an impact on the world outside your door? Something more than creating memories or even an income? Meet amateur photographer Brandon Stanton, a man who started out with a simple photoblog and ended up changing the lives of hundreds of students: Four years ago, unemployed and […]

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Awesome Real-Time Capture of the Aurora Borealis in Norway

Awesome Real-Time Capture of the Aurora Borealis in Norway

If you’re looking for an awesome real-time video of the aurora borealis above Tromsø, Norway, you need look no farther than this surprisingly noise-free video taken by Anders Mildestveit: What makes this video so fantastic? Well, the northern lights are notoriously tricky to film in real time, as most video cameras don’t function well at […]

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The Unspoken Truth About Camera Tests

The Unspoken Truth About Camera Tests

Do you get so excited about your newest piece of gear that you feel like taking it on immediate test runs with the best talent you can find? You finally manage to convince someone, and during the whole shoot you can’t help but extol your new camera’s many virtues. Ever wonder what your subject might […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Travel Photography

The Ultimate Guide to Travel Photography

For those of us dreaming of becoming full-time travel photographers, Elias Locardi’s story is perhaps one of the most practical and inspirational out there. His photography is fast becoming famous the world over, and his iconic style and love for teaching have made him one of the most followed social media photographers to date. Below […]

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How Does National Geographic Choose Its Photos?

How Does National Geographic Choose Its Photos?

How do you land your photo on the cover of the National Geographic? And how does the magazine choose the few photos they publish out of the thousands offered to them? If you’ve ever asked yourself these questions, you’ll definitely want to take a peek at the video below, in which this year’s judges of […]

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