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Interesting Photo of the Day: Eye of the Waterfall - Photography tutorial
Photographer Jarred Decker captured this awesome shot of North Falls from inside a cave, making it look like a dragon’s eye. This particular waterfall is in Silver Falls State Park in Oregon.
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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.
White House Photographer Releases His Own Sort of Memoir in a New Book
Eric Draper, who was the official White House photographer throughout the presidency of George W. Bush, has recently compiled his images from that iconic experience into a new book, “Front Row Seat”, which is due to be published very soon. It is already available for pre-order from Amazon. George Stephanopoulos reports on the release on ABC’s Sunday Spotlight:
Interview With Ukrainian Roofer Photographers
It appears as though the death defying antics of the two Ukrainian photographers who are notorious for free climbing skyscrapers to take photographs are still at it. After the first set of images posted last year went viral, the pair of roofers replied with a second stomach churning group of photos. The roofers actions have been met with both, widespread criticism and amazement.
Very Interesting Comparison of Canon DSLR Camera Burst Mode Speeds and Sounds
In 2003, Canon announced the Canon 300D with a burst mode rate of 2.5 fps. In 2006, they managed to double that number with the release of the 30D. Today, we have the Canon 1D X which performs an incredible 14 fps.
Try This Easy In Camera Fix for Bright Ears
When you use powerful lights behind a model’s head, several issues arise. One of those issues is that light passes through the subject’s earlobes. Luckily, there is a quick fix for that, and you don’t even need Photoshop to do it. It’s easy; all you need is some gaffer’s tape.