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Interesting Photo of the Day: 186 Seconds of Moonlight Fog

Interesting Photo of the Day: 186 Seconds of Moonlight Fog

Summer in San Francisco is fog season, since the area is colder, damper, and more overcast than usual. This view looks down upon the fog in a warmer, more sunny spot from atop Mount Tamalpais near the Golden Gate Bridge. The long exposure portrays the fog as long, rolling hills of gray that blanket the sleepy […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Wilshire Grand Drone Portrait

Interesting Photo of the Day: Wilshire Grand Drone Portrait

There are many jobs out there that definitely aren’t for everyone. Some require being underwater, underground, or well above the rest of us climbing a tower or building. For those who do the climbing, they put their safety at risk to complete construction and engineering projects that would certainly stop others in their tracks. The daring […]

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How to Create Dramatic Lighting With Two Speedlights

How to Create Dramatic Lighting With Two Speedlights

Many beginning photographers don’t believe they have enough lighting equipment to shoot effective imagery. But you really don’t need much to get started. Photographer Gavin Hoey demonstrates how he uses just two speedlights to set up his lighting: Hoey uses only two speedlights equally spaced on each side of his subject. He checks the lights’ power, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Flaming Peak in the Canadian Rockies

Interesting Photo of the Day: Flaming Peak in the Canadian Rockies

Photographer Max Foster ventured into the cold Canadian Rockies in Alberta, Canada to discover this scenic mountainous landscape. Stumbling around on the snowy terrain looking for an ideal shot can be burdensome, but landscape photographers have drive and passion for enduring the elements in search of photos like these. Finding and arranging such photographs takes time, […]

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4 Ways to Add Color to Shadows Using Gels

4 Ways to Add Color to Shadows Using Gels

Are you stumped on how to add some creativity to your portraits? The Slanted Lens demonstrates how Jay P Morgan includes gels in his photography work to add color to the shadows. This is a highly effective tactic that can add powerful atmosphere and tone to your work, depending on your arrangement of lighting and color […]

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How to Take Your Own Self and Family Portraits

How to Take Your Own Self and Family Portraits

“We receive so many comments that say something along the lines of, ‘I take great portraits of my friends, but they never take any great portraits of me.’” Mango Street created this video to demonstrate how they work around not having a photographer for portraits. In this case, the two of them work to create […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Night Sky Above Mt. Rainier

Interesting Photo of the Day: Night Sky Above Mt. Rainier

Astrophotography interests many photographers because of the technical equipment and methods involved, exclusive locations, and shots such as this one. For example, this photograph required merging shots of the foreground with images of the night sky. This can be done with a star tracker and photo editing software, but it just goes to show how […]

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10 Sneaky Food Photography Tricks

10 Sneaky Food Photography Tricks

Do you think you know the tricks that go into making food look so delicious in photographs? Think again! This video from Top Trending demonstrates and explains the various methods food photographers and advertisers use to make sure the product looks ready to eat. Some of the things they do and use will surprise you! […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Mountain Church in Slovenia

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mountain Church in Slovenia

Some of the best moments in photography happen during the sunrise or sunset. This is when the sky and clouds display warm colors, as shown in the picture below. The image foreground can have a detailed, interesting landmark such as this church on a hill near the mountains. The fog hides the rest from detail, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Cherry Blossoms in Germany

Interesting Photo of the Day: Cherry Blossoms in Germany

Sometimes, a location is best shown as a combination of multiple exposures. Stacking the images can create different effects, add detail, and widen the perspective. In this case, the vertical view is lengthened to create a tunnel of blooming cherry blossoms. The effect is mesmerizing and creates a visual tunnel for the viewer to ‘walk’ […]

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