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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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Interesting Photo of the Day: Empire State Building Reflected in a Puddle

Interesting Photo of the Day: Empire State Building Reflected in a Puddle

Photos of big city skylines or impressive architecture always appeal to audiences that have visited a city already or would like to in the future. With unique perspective and framing, a skyscraper photograph can become something entirely different than a standard city shot. Look for an angle or viewpoint that will set your work apart […]

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How to Use & Read a Histogram While Photo Editing

How to Use & Read a Histogram While Photo Editing

Have you ever wondered what the rising and falling diagram you see on your camera LCD and in editing programs is? This chart is a histogram, which displays the range of tones in your image from dark to light. Nathaniel Dodson from tutvid explains the importance of histograms and how he uses them in Photoshop: You can […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Fairies Light Up the Forest

Interesting Photo of the Day: Fairies Light Up the Forest

After midnight, the darkness has fully crept in and masks most of the lighting and color around you. In a forest lined with trees blocking ambient light and moonlight, it can be hard to capture the right mood and tone for your vision. However, photographers have worked and experimented to add visual effects to their […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: It’s All About Perspective

Interesting Photo of the Day: It’s All About Perspective

Finding the right perspective for each photo isn’t rocket science. It also isn’t a proven science or method. Rather, it depends on the photographer and the message they want to portray in their image. A straight on shot of a subject can be bland if there’s nothing to it. Instead, you can explore the different […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Northern Lights and Water Reflections in Norway

Interesting Photo of the Day: Northern Lights and Water Reflections in Norway

Tourists and photographers flock to see the alluring Northern Lights in locations such as Norway, Iceland, Alaska, and Canada. In this case, this amazing phenomenon was sighted in Norway as it painted an illuminating scene across the sky. There is research and prep that photographers often conduct to ensure that they capture scenes such as […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: A Morning in Reflection Canyon

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Morning in Reflection Canyon

Are you looking for a new challenge in your photography? How about a road trip? There are certain locations that you may recognize in photographs from publications such as National Geographic, or perhaps a desktop screen saver. Shown here, you can see part of Lake Powell at sunrise: Toronto photographer Gary Cummins put himself in […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Splitting the Catch

Interesting Photo of the Day: Splitting the Catch

Whales in some parts of the world have learned to follow the noise and activity of fishing boats in order to catch any herring near them. When the boats’ nets begin to close, the whales recognize what’s happening and take the opportunity to cut off any herring escaping the nets as they close. It’s sometimes a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Soap Bubbles Under a Microscope

Interesting Photo of the Day: Soap Bubbles Under a Microscope

There are images that have been overly edited. Then, there are images that appear to be built from the ground up using software. This particular image of soap bubbles seems like it comes out of a cartoon or graphic novel with its radiant colors and tie-dye patterns. The kaleidoscope of colors between the bubbles appears […]

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