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Interesting Photo of the Day: Arctic Fox Stare Down

Interesting Photo of the Day: Arctic Fox Stare Down

Wildlife photography interests many people because animals act naturally in their habitats, unlike their counterparts in zoos. For example, a lion at a zoo can be seen pacing nonstop, often to the bemusement of visitors watching nearby. That doesn’t make such an interesting photo! In the wild however, photographers carefully plan their approach and wait […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Silhouettes Among Stars

Interesting Photo of the Day: Silhouettes Among Stars

Deep in southern California’s Colorado Desert, photographer Jack Fusco managed to capture today’s simple, sweet, celestial self portrait alongside two of his favorite traveling companions. More impressively, Fusco managed to capture this moment in a single exposure rather than relying on the composite techniques commonly used to create stellar nightscapes: Using a Sony A7RII equipped with a […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Cormorant Fishing

Interesting Photo of the Day: Cormorant Fishing

There are some places where time stands still. Places seemingly free of modern technologies and distractions, where the lines between the past and the present blur. UK-based photographer Greg Annandale had the opportunity to capture one of those rare locales during a trip to China, when he observed the ancient tradition of cormorant fishing one early, foggy morning: Cormorant […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lava Flow, Milky Way, Meteor, and Moon

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lava Flow, Milky Way, Meteor, and Moon

How would you react to a single image that captures the moon, the Milky Way, a red hot lava flow, and a meteor? Did someone say “once in a lifetime”? That’s probably the best way to sum it up: Mike Mezeul II captured this amazing, single composition on his Nikon D810 with a 14mm focal length, […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at Pfeiffer Beach

Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset at Pfeiffer Beach

Could this be the gateway to heaven? Or a portal to another dimension? You’re free to let your imagination run wild. But the fact remains that this is an incredible capture: Photographer resh510 captured this image of a sunset through the keyhole at Pfeiffer Beach in California. He underexposed the shot a little, so as […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Aircraft Departure Long Exposure

Interesting Photo of the Day: Aircraft Departure Long Exposure

What does this picture look like to you? Photographer Blake Summers went to the Portland International Airport to photograph this 30-second long exposure of an aircraft departure at f/4.8: The longer exposure exaggerates the runway lights, creates the trajectory of the plane in the sky, and makes the clouds foggy. It is unclear how Summers […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Shooting Star Over Iceland Farmhouse

Interesting Photo of the Day: Shooting Star Over Iceland Farmhouse

Have you ever witnessed a beautiful scene of the night sky but couldn’t quite capture the entire scene as you saw it? A longer exposure reveals stars invisible to the naked eye and also paints a brighter foreground. When used together, you can construct a more accurate portrayal of the view you had that night. […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Storm at Sunset

Interesting Photo of the Day: Lightning Storm at Sunset

If there were ever to be just one image representing an epic battle between good and evil, this one just might be it. Justin Sharick captured this image of an oncoming storm while travelling with his co-worker: What was intended to be a timelapse sequence of an oncoming storm turned out to be a collection of scintillating images of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Starry Skies Over the Cascades

Interesting Photo of the Day: Starry Skies Over the Cascades

Anyone who’s visited the American Pacific Northwest can attest to the beauty of the Cascade Mountains. In a stunning pair of images, photographer Steve Schwindt proves that the majesty and grandeur of the landscape ceases to disappear once the sun sets below the horizon: Using a Canon 5D Mark II equipped with a Rokinin 24mm lens, Schwindt seized the beauty of […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure/Missing Camera

Interesting Photo of the Day: Long Exposure/Missing Camera

We’ve probably all experimented with long exposures at one time or another, but this moving vehicle image from shatteredankle is really cool. I like the way that the the light trails head into the distance and then take a shallow curve. It’s not just the light trails from the car that make this a great image, […]

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