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13 Satisfying Photos that Use Patterns Perfectly - Photography tutorial


Our world is filled with patterns. They’re everywhere around us, but we often overlook them. Enjoy this collection of patterns in photography that we found.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Sunset over Ceahlau
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Photographer Lazar Ovidiu has managed to make a frozen landscape look almost warm in this magical shot of a sunset over Romania.
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Ideas to Modify Natural Light for Portrait Photography
Ideas to Modify Natural Light for Portrait Photography
Every photographer loves that soft white light that pours in through a single window. Its diffuse glow seems to make anything in its path magically photogenic. Whether it’s the slits of light through a pair of barely open shutters or that golden luminescence that fills the airplane cabin at 30,000 ft., naturally diffused light is among the most beautiful types of light you will encounter.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Pinhole Solargraph With a 6 Month Exposure
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