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Interesting Photo of the Day: Accidental Moon Metering

Interesting Photo of the Day: Accidental Moon Metering

Sometimes you make an error with your camera settings and end up with an image that turns out differently than you expected. In the occasion that you like the photo, you get surprised with an image that reminds you why photography is so awesome! Often, this mistake can be an adjustment that changes the lighting or […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Red Wildflowers at Mount St. Helens

Interesting Photo of the Day: Red Wildflowers at Mount St. Helens

Landscape photographers recognize that a foreground can make or break a landscape image. When they plan a shot, the foreground often has striking detail and colors that draw the viewer in. The attention to detail pushes the viewer’s eyes outward toward the background. In this case, it’s Mount St. Helens in focus as the looming mountain rises […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at the Kofa Mountains

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at the Kofa Mountains

Enduring the elements is part of being a landscape photographer. In order to traverse the trails and roads that lead you to your best photographs, you need to be adequately prepared and keep an eye out for more than that perfect shot. In this case, the desert setting of western Arizona can drain your energy […]

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How to Avoid Harsh Light When Using a Flash

How to Avoid Harsh Light When Using a Flash

Learning to manipulate camera flash can be tricky for photographers who deal with harsh light or are inexperienced with a speed light. David Bergman from Adorama shares helpful instructions on how to capture soft light using flash bounce or a white flash card: The main aspect to remember with camera flash is that the light […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Dirty Puddle in NYC

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Dirty Puddle in NYC

Have you been thinking of ways to skew the perspective in your images lately? It isn’t always about positioning yourself to achieve a different viewpoint for your work. In this case, it’s a visually pleasing image that has taken advantage of its flipped vertical perspective. The change creates another story that ultimately becomes the first […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Beautiful Icelandic Sunset

Interesting Photo of the Day: Beautiful Icelandic Sunset

Photography has a lot to do with being in the right place at the right time. Whether that location is popular, hidden away, or generally ignored, it’s the photographer’s task to be there and capture a unique perspective through lighting, position, and framing. Sometimes, you stumble across a scene that is already set and waiting […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Tasman Glacier Under the Milky Way

Interesting Photo of the Day: Tasman Glacier Under the Milky Way

Many photographers experiment with astrophotography and are drawn to the sights and colors that can’t always be seen by the naked eye. In order to capture the immense amount of light and detail that the Milky Way gives off, you often need multiple exposures and a method for tracking the star movement. This image is a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Antelope Canyon

Interesting Photo of the Day: Antelope Canyon

Arizona isn’t always over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. There are parts that actually have snow in the winter, and the differences between southern and northern Arizona are summed up by the weather patterns. In other words, don’t expect to sunbathe in Phoenix on a winter vacation and come to Horseshoe Canyon later that week in a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mayflies Swarming Under the Stars

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mayflies Swarming Under the Stars

Wildlife photography often requires a day trip or even several days to find the image that you’ve been searching for. Animals can be unpredictable and skittish, disrupting a photo just before the shutter clicks. It’s also important to learn to capture motion in these situations, especially for flying wildlife. In this case, the millions of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset Reflection on Wood

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset Reflection on Wood

Not every sunset photograph needs clouds to display the beauty of the disappearing light and warm tones. A striking foreground emphasizes the highlights and shadows cast by the last of that day’s sunlight. In this photograph, dead wood sets the scene for a gorgeous sunset in British Columbia: TritonTheDark shot this photograph of the West Dyke […]

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