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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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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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Interesting Photo of the Day: Between Two Worlds at Night

Interesting Photo of the Day: Between Two Worlds at Night

A starry sky or Milky Way composition can be time consuming and subjects the photographer to the outside elements. Some photographers camp out for hours waiting for the right shot and exposure. Some capture the foreground at sunset and wait for the peak visibility of the night sky hours later. They often use a star tracker […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Rainbow Night Sky

Interesting Photo of the Day: Rainbow Night Sky

Editing an image can sometimes lead to exaggerated colors, textures, and light. With a lot of time and learning, editing becomes quicker and you start to get a feel for the influence that you want in your images. For landscape photography with a starry night sky, photographers often brighten the foreground and increase the color […]

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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: 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: 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: 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: ISS Over Lion’s Head in Cape Town

Interesting Photo of the Day: ISS Over Lion’s Head in Cape Town

Have you ever thought you’d seen a shooting star and later realized that what you saw was the International Space Station? It happens more than you might think. Experienced astrophotographers are usually able to tell the difference and can pinpoint what sets the ISS flight pattern apart from a shooting star. As you can see […]

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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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