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Interesting Photo of the Day: Not Your Average Wildlife Photo Shoot

Interesting Photo of the Day: Not Your Average Wildlife Photo Shoot

Have you ever seen a bird pose for a squirrel for a portrait shot? What about when they switch roles and photograph each other? These two photos show the mock playfulness between the two as each one positions themselves in the frame whilst the other prepares the camera. It must be a nature photographer’s dream […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Space Shuttle Aboard a Boeing

Interesting Photo of the Day: Space Shuttle Aboard a Boeing

An incredible amount of science and technology goes into constructing and flying a space shuttle or airplane. What happens when you fly them together? In this case, it’s a NASA space shuttle attached to a Boeing plane. It might be some photographers’ dream to witness such a sight and capture it from the ground, especially […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at Shark Fin Cove

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at Shark Fin Cove

How much planning goes into your landscape shots? Amateur and professional landscape photographers often research the weather conditions, sunrises, sunsets, and star movement to arrange the perfect shot. In this case, it’s a sunset that only happens during two periods of each year. In order to plan a photograph like this one, you may need to do […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Milky Way Over the River

Interesting Photo of the Day: Milky Way Over the River

Sometimes, it takes more than one shot to get it right. In order to capture the Milky Way in the night sky and pair it with a clear foreground, photographers often blend more than one shot together. When done correctly, the result is a stunning image that illuminates everything beautiful about a forest at nighttime: […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Cypress Trees Long Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Cypress Trees Long Exposure

Lakes have always been captivating subjects for photography because of the movement, colors, and wildlife that surrounds them. Whether you’re photographing animals in or near water or decide to capture the water itself, a lake is constantly changing. It can provide different material to shoot during each season, change in weather, or simply time of […]

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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: Mount Shasta on a Clear Night

Interesting Photo of the Day: Mount Shasta on a Clear Night

A highly detailed nighttime shot looks clean when it’s illuminated to show the foreground leading into the impressive backdrop. In this case, different exposures are required to capture the log and dirt while it’s brighter outside. Later on, another exposure or two can be photographed to display the darkening sky. Together, these multiple exposures merge together […]

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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: A Deer at the Olympic Peninsula

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Deer at the Olympic Peninsula

Deer are fascinating animals to photograph because of their big, staring eyes and ability to dart away quicker than you can close the shutter. A landscape shot is often enhanced by the presence of one or more deer to show the remote location or scale. They also have a knack for staring into the camera […]

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10 Useful Tips for Landscape Photography Composition

10 Useful Tips for Landscape Photography Composition

Have you been looking for new ways to improve your landscape photography? Schubert Photography explains some helpful skills he utilizes for his landscape compositions. Make sure you pay attention to all ten! Although you may know some of them from previous tutorials or your own experience, there is always something new to learn from an […]

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