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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sailing Stone
Interesting Photo of the Day: Sailing Stone
Way out in the deep, deep emptiness of California’s Death Valley lies Racetrack Playa, a dried-up lakebed about three miles long and flat as a board. This part of the incredibly dry and hot desert valley may be surrounded by beautiful mountains, but Racetrack Playa doesn’t have much else to see—cracked desert earth and a bunch of rocks really—yet it draws in visitors like crazy.
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Simple Infrared Photography Tips Anyone Can Do
Simple Infrared Photography Tips Anyone Can Do
Want to add a little punch to your photos? Try shooting in infrared to get oversaturated, dream-like images that really draw the viewer in.
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Iceland's Raw Beauty Captured Through Timelapse
Iceland's Raw Beauty Captured Through Timelapse
Iceland has some of the most incredibly beautiful natural spaces in the world. Formed by unpredictable and powerful storms that range from ice, snow, sand, rain and more, the cutting landscapes provide an array of photo ops.
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The Secrets of Shooting RAW Timelapse Photography
The Secrets of Shooting RAW Timelapse Photography
While timelapse photography is no longer a niche genre (everybody seems to be doing it these days) few photographers take advantage of the RAW shooting capabilities of their cameras. In this video Tom Baurain shows why this is a much better option.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Inside a Buddhist Cave Temple
Interesting Photo of the Day: Inside a Buddhist Cave Temple
Datdawtaung cave is located near the town of Kyauk Sel in the Mandalay region of Myanmar. Although no two are the same, the cave temples of Myanmar draw upon natural lighting to highlight the raw architecture of the cavern and the beautifully constructed alters within.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Pablo Picasso's Light Drawing
Interesting Photo of the Day: Pablo Picasso's Light Drawing
In 1949, LIFE magazine’s Gjon Mili visited Pablo Picasso in the South of France. Mili, who had experimented in light photography, showed Picasso a few of his photographs of ice skaters jumping in the dark with little lights attached to their skates. This inspired Picasso to create his own images in the air with light and led to a series of photographs of Picasso’s light drawings.
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Add Creativity to Your Portraits With a Tilt Shift Lens
Add Creativity to Your Portraits With a Tilt Shift Lens
Having complete control over the areas that are in focus is especially useful for environmental portraits in which certain background elements need to be out of focus to prevent distraction from the subject. In this case, the photographer was trying to blur out the busy store in the background so the eye is drawn instantly to the man in the image.
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Keys to Success in Advertising Photography
Keys to Success in Advertising Photography
If you’re a photographer thinking about getting into the advertising market, you may have your work cut out for you; competition is stiff in today’s digital world. But if you have what it takes—and that doesn’t just mean raw talent—you can make a name for yourself in the high profile industry.
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11 Landscapes of Surreal Places Around the World
11 Landscapes of Surreal Places Around the World
To see things thousands of miles away, things hidden behind walls and within rooms, things dangerous to come to, to draw closer, to see and be amazed and to feel; that is the purpose of life. Explore and wander! Go out of your comfort zone and see all the wonders of the world! Of course, bring your camera with you!
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RAW vs JPEG: the Technicalities Behind the Differences
RAW vs JPEG: the Technicalities Behind the Differences
One question that comes up often in photography circles is whether you should shoot in RAW or JPEG. For many of us, JPEG is a familiar mode and many cameras default to it as a format, but there are many advocates for RAW. There’s many reasons why people would choose one format over the other as it depends on your situation and stylistic requirements. However, what a lot of people might not understand is what each format means, and how exactly they are different from each other.
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Most Powerful Photos of the Year 2013 from Reuters Photojournalists
Most Powerful Photos of the Year 2013 from Reuters Photojournalists
As 2013 draws to a close, we reflect back on the high points (and low points) experienced in the past year. Many people look back on the year by reviewing the top news stories, Google searches, and top videos, but we are revisiting the events of 2013 in photos.
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JPEG vs RAW Image Formatting
JPEG vs RAW Image Formatting
Why use JPEG or RAW? Which one is better, and why. If you can use both, then why not use both?
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Stop Motion Music Video Made From 4000 Portrait Photos
Stop Motion Music Video Made From 4000 Portrait Photos
As the video rapidly shifts between faces, viewers are drawn not to the models’ varying features, but to their eyes instead, and this, along with the atmospheric tone of the song, infuses the video with a lovely we’re-not-so-different-after-all vibe:
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Amazing Demonstration of How Our Minds can be Tricked with Perspective
Amazing Demonstration of How Our Minds can be Tricked with Perspective
These images are not easy to make, however, as they must match the angle, texture, and lighting of their surroundings in order to be convincing. Many sidewalk chalk artists have experimented with anamorphic drawings, creating large murals on wide open sidewalks where only a very specific vantage point will give you the true image.
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The Story Behind an Iconic Rock n Roll Photograph
The Story Behind an Iconic Rock n Roll Photograph
Graphic designer John Pasche might take issue with some part of it, since he actually designed the logo Crawley’s taking indirect credit for. It first appeared on the Stones’ album Sticky Fingers in 1971, two years before the photo was even taken, after Jagger commissioned him to create different images for the band.
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