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7 Ways to Improve Your Landscape Compositions

7 Ways to Improve Your Landscape Compositions

It’s one thing to admire a photographer’s work, but it’s entirely something else to replicate it. Oftentimes, you will hear people remark that a photographer has “the eye” for it. Yet, that makes it sound like a predetermined ability instead of acknowledging that amateur photographers can study and experiment composition to improve their landscape work. Photographer […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lion Steals Camera and Tripod

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lion Steals Camera and Tripod

Nature shots in a safari setting feature the most powerful, wild animals that Africa has to offer. Oftentimes, taking photos from a distance is the best way to capture these shots and remain safe. But what happens if your camera is left behind to sit in place and shoot these images for you? The result […]

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Urban Dance Photography Tips

Urban Dance Photography Tips

Photographer Jordan Matter is rather experienced in finding creative ways to photograph dancers. And he wants to convince his viewers that the kinds of dance photos that will go viral are easier to pull off than they look: Dancer The first step is finding a dancer who is willing to take some risks for amazing photos. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Evening Railway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Evening Railway

The allure of the sunset shot has captivated audiences and photographers for decades. The high contrast and fascination with light and color entices photographers to use the last remaining sunlight to set the mood and tone of their shots: This particular photograph sends us in the direction of the obscure vanishing point, faintly highlighted by the […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: 3 Hours of Star Trails

Interesting Photo of the Day: 3 Hours of Star Trails

Have you tried your hand at astrophotography? If you can find a dark night sky with stars present, try for a long exposure. You may reveal more stars that aren’t visible to the naked eye! Photographer Alexander Pulliam used his photography expertise to line up multiple exposures for this stunning image: A finished piece such […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Joshua Tree Under the Cosmos

Interesting Photo of the Day: Joshua Tree Under the Cosmos

Death Valley is a prime location to view the Milky Way and a starry night sky because of the absence of light pollution from nearby cities. It’s important to keep this variable in mind when you’re scouting a new place to shoot nighttime landscape photography, especially since a large portion of the United States experiences light […]

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How to Construct Your Own Custom LED Triangle “Ring” Light

How to Construct Your Own Custom LED Triangle “Ring” Light

Ring lights are used for even lighting on the subject’s face and solid eye lighting. Caleb from DSLR Video Shooter created this video demonstrating how he saved money and created a unique look by constructing a homemade triangle “ring” light with LEDs: All in all, he spent under $100 on the materials, so this could […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Icelandic Ice Cave

Interesting Photo of the Day: Icelandic Ice Cave

The best part about adding to a beautiful landscape is placing a figure in it to show scale or draw the viewer’s attention to a spot in the photograph. In this case, the cave explorer wears a crimson red jacket in stark contrast to the cool blue and dark navy colors filling the space around […]

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Photoshop Trick to Reduce Noise in Low Light Photos

Photoshop Trick to Reduce Noise in Low Light Photos

Are you looking to clean up your noisy images and prevent the grain from ruining your future pictures? The Koldunov brothers have shared a method to reduce noise created while shooting dark photography. The listed steps are easy to follow. Here’s how to get started: Take 10 similar shots of your scene. Open the images […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Boston Skyline

Interesting Photo of the Day: Boston Skyline

The city skyline always looks impressive in photos. In Chicago, you can ride a helicopter and capture aerial shots of the sprawling skyscrapers. Los Angeles can be shot from hiking up into the hills, revealing a sea of buildings surrounding the city’s tallest buildings. New York has a multitude of skyscrapers, including the Empire State […]

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