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Photographer Creates Epic Fire Angel Light Painting with Just a Smartphone
Photographer Creates Epic Fire Angel Light Painting with Just a Smartphone
Von Wong is known for his epic photography and this project was to be just that—epic. The challenge set forth was to capture a model surrounded by fire, almost on fire really, using nothing but a smartphone, absolutely no Photoshop.
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How to Create "Burning Man" Photos
How to Create "Burning Man" Photos
In the video, DigitalRev shows how you can create the effect that somebody is on fire without actually setting fire to your subject. And since real props often yield better results than digitally altering the photo, we thought it was a good idea, as well.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Fireball Over Mount Rundle
Interesting Photo of the Day: Fireball Over Mount Rundle
While he was chasing some aurora borealis, he stumbled upon a meteorite burning in the atmosphere. Luckily he had his shutter open.
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Sure-Fire Ways To Capture Better Autumn Foliage Photos
Sure-Fire Ways To Capture Better Autumn Foliage Photos
Autumn is an amazing time of year to get out and capture some stunning photos. If you happen to live in a part of the world that erupts in a spectacular color show every autumn, then you know exactly what I mean.
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This Firefly Timelapse Captures the Essence of Summer Evenings
This Firefly Timelapse Captures the Essence of Summer Evenings
There’s nothing better than spending hot summer nights at a lakeside cottage—the clear, bright, star-speckled sky glistening off the still water and the only sounds coming from a crackling fire or the chirping woods.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: These Suburbanites Did July 4th Fireworks BIG
Interesting Photo of the Day: These Suburbanites Did July 4th Fireworks BIG
This Independence Day, photographer Scott Quentin Stedman‘s neighbors put on quite a fireworks show in their Southern Californian suburb.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Bubble Nebula Photographed via Telescope
Interesting Photo of the Day: Bubble Nebula Photographed via Telescope
Mike Hankey fell in love with astrophotography when he attached his camera to a telescope and peered through glass at the night sky for the first time. Six months later, a large “fireball” meteor exploded near Baltimore, Pennsylvania while Hankey was photographing the Andromeda galaxy from his backyard, and he accidentally captured a shot of the meteor fragments streaking down to Earth.
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The Best and Worst Cameras and Lenses of the Year 2013
The Best and Worst Cameras and Lenses of the Year 2013
Chris and Jordan from The Camera Store were nice enough to put together an End of the Year Holiday Special to do just that. So grab a glass of champagne (or wine, G&T, beer, whatever you fancy), pull up a cozy chair by the fire and join Chris and Jordan as they run down the best and worst photo and video products of the year:
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Fire Photography – How to Take Shots of Burning Fire
Fire Photography – How to Take Shots of Burning Fire
Fire photography is tricky and potentially perilous, but it is mostly evocative. Fire mesmerizes us. The dancing pattern of the flames, the comforting source of light in the darkness and the way the light from the flames flickers.
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How to Snipe Out Your Best Shots Ever
How to Snipe Out Your Best Shots Ever
ou load ammo into your camera, aim at your subject, and fire. You are a shooter. Strangely, the way most photographers shoot is vastly different than the way a marksman – specifically, US Marine Corp Snipers – use their rifles.
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Using Innovative Paint Splashes and High Speed Photography for Stunning Results
Using Innovative Paint Splashes and High Speed Photography for Stunning Results
For Black Hole, he dropped paint onto the end of a drill to capture what happens to the paint when the drill begins to spin. He connected a flash to the other end of the drill. A flash fired as the drill began to turn. The final images let us see scientific phenomena frozen in time.
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Photographing 4th of July Fireworks
Photographing 4th of July Fireworks
The Fourth of July is a great opportunity to capture some amazing photos - provided of course you follow these simple tips.
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Watch Photographers Create a Composite with Light Painted Ground Fire
Watch Photographers Create a Composite with Light Painted Ground Fire
The behind the scenes video above shows the photographer patiently directing his models to jump in particular ways while he photographs. Amadu used strategically placed strobes to freeze his models in mid-air–a process that seems to have taken a fair amount of time. After all of the models had been photographed, he lit a rope on fire and captured a long exposure with a person dragging the rope in a perfect circle around a center point.
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Techniques to Photograph Fire and Pyrotechnics During Daytime Hours
Techniques to Photograph Fire and Pyrotechnics During Daytime Hours
If you’ve ever thought the difference between digital and film photography was simply a matter of media, think again. There’s just no comparing the level of detail hidden in the average RAW file with what you’re bound to get out of an old-school photo negative.
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Timelapse Photography of Colorado During Major Wildfires
Timelapse Photography of Colorado During Major Wildfires
When temperatures rise, outdoor enthusiasts flock to the mountains, rivers, forests, and lakes to enjoy nature’s beauty. Unfortunately, arid summer months also mean wildfires for much of the American West.
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