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An Amazingly Inspirational 6 Year Self Portrait Timelapse

An Amazingly Inspirational 6 Year Self Portrait Timelapse

In this amazing compilation of photos, Becky Brown uses the photo-a-day concept to chronicle her struggles with depression, trichotillomania, and dermotillomania. In just four minutes, Brown takes us on a remarkably honest and emotionally vulnerable trip through her life over the last six and a half years: Brown started chronicling her life when she was […]

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Cheap Photography Hack: Add a Neutral Density Filter to a Fisheye Lens

Cheap Photography Hack: Add a Neutral Density Filter to a Fisheye Lens

Fisheye lenses are infamous for shooting “hot”—the lens captures so much area that the meter often gets confused, allowing in too much light. Normally the answer would be to just screw on a neutral density filter, but the design of most fisheye and wide angle lenses makes it almost impossible on many cameras. The usual […]

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How to Make Your Underwater Photos Pop

How to Make Your Underwater Photos Pop

If you’re into underwater photography and have been wondering why your photos don’t quite look like the pros’, the difference may very well be in your post-processing. Shooting underwater comes with some unique challenges, and post-processing can make all the difference between a dull, washed-out photo and one that is brilliant and alive. Check out […]

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Funny Spoof Shows You How to Photograph a Wedding

Funny Spoof Shows You How to Photograph a Wedding

Sometimes going for that perfect shot can make us oblivious to the people around us. In everyday situations, this might create an awkward moment or two, but at a wedding it can be disastrous. In the video below, photographer Randy Risling gives us a quick guide on what not to do when going for those […]

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Man (and Camera!) Overboard: Blue Whale Tips Over Photographer’s Boat

Man (and Camera!) Overboard: Blue Whale Tips Over Photographer’s Boat

When something surprising happens, is your first impulse to take a picture of it? That was Dale Frink’s first response when a very wet surprise happened while out at sea: On July 2, Frink was out whale-watching when a pair of blue whales surfaced right behind him, capsizing the boat. Dale and the captain of […]

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Ease Your Workflow by Using Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop Presets

Ease Your Workflow by Using Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop Presets

The tool presets in Photoshop are some of the most under-utilized, yet super-useful functions in Photoshop. Presets save custom settings, allowing you to reproduce the same look or action to images with minimal effort. They’re especially helpful if you have multiple images that need a certain look or feel to them or if you have […]

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How to Create Amazing Nighttime Panoramas With 360-Degree Timelapse Photography

How to Create Amazing Nighttime Panoramas With 360-Degree Timelapse Photography

You’ve heard of timelapse photography–a technique often used to accentuate the movement of the sun, clouds, and stars. You may have also experimented with 360 degree panoramas.  But how about combining the two? That’s just what Vincent Brady did: To get this effect, Vincent had to custom-create his own camera set-up: 4 cameras with fisheye […]

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Awesome 4-Year Timelapse Video of a Star’s Light Echo

Awesome 4-Year Timelapse Video of a Star’s Light Echo

Timelapse photography has been used to capture all sorts of natural phenomena, from cloudscapes and stars to people moving about in a cityscape and plants growing, but this four-year compilation from the Hubble Space Telescope made history: On January 6, 2002, an unknown star in the constellation Monoceros (the Unicorn) underwent a huge explosion, briefly […]

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Getting Started in Water Droplet Photography

Getting Started in Water Droplet Photography

Water droplet photography can seem intimidating to many photographers, yet it’s actually pretty straightforward. All you really need is a camera and a way to make water drops. But if you want stellar shots like the ones in Shawn Knol‘s album, pull out a few basic lenses and a speed light, then mix in a […]

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A Must-See Roadtrip Timelapse of North America

A Must-See Roadtrip Timelapse of North America

Ever wanted to just drop everything, jump in your van, and travel across North America photographing its incredible vistas? Well that’s just what timelapse photographer Joel Schat has done. And he has turned out some awesome compilation videos, including this latest demo reel: Made to be Seen is a compilation covering the last two years […]

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