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Interesting Photo of the Day: New Zealand Kea Parrot Photobomb

Interesting Photo of the Day: New Zealand Kea Parrot Photobomb

Has anyone ever photobombed you? How about an animal? This traveler with a selfie stick stopped to snap a picture but had a parrot land on it! Without hesitation, he snapped this awesome image to remember the moment forever. You can see the surprise on both faces shown as the parrot disrupts the snowy landscape […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunflowers Under the Milky Way

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunflowers Under the Milky Way

The complement between foreground and background in a night sky exposure is the light that shows the viewer the detail normally lost during the nighttime. In this image, that light is shown in full effect on a colorful sea of sunflowers looking upwards toward the starry sky. The yellow pairs beautifully with the blue-green Milky Way and […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Thrilling Shark Encounter

Interesting Photo of the Day: Thrilling Shark Encounter

Certain shots and aspects of photography require extreme bravery, experience, and skill to pull off successfully. Wildlife can be unpredictable and often dangerous. In order to properly capture the wild nature of animals, the photographer must get up close and personal to observe them in their natural habitat doing what they do on any given […]

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7 Tricks for Nikon Photographers

7 Tricks for Nikon Photographers

Are you a Nikon photographer looking to unlock some quick techniques to use for photo efficiency? Photographer Steve Perry demonstrates some useful tricks for Nikon users: 1. Save Your Settings Many Nikon cameras allow you to save your settings so that you don’t accidentally adjust or reset them. To do this, first insert an empty memory […]

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7 Useful Adobe Lightroom Tips

7 Useful Adobe Lightroom Tips

Have you been using Lightroom but feeling like you’re not efficient or solid with your image editing? Ben Jacobson from Framed Network wants to share seven tricks he uses in Adobe Lightroom. These tips should increase your workflow and image quality overall: 1. The Fader The Fader takes your presets and lets you dial down the […]

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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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