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11 Colorful Festivals in Photos
11 Colorful Festivals in Photos
The festival season is about to start! So many things to enjoy—from music festivals, film festivals, ballooning and kite festivals to flowers, tattoos, and art. And every year the offer is getting bigger! See what we found.
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Capturing the Decisive Moment with Disposable Cameras
Capturing the Decisive Moment with Disposable Cameras
An art gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico sent out disposable cameras around the country and compiled the results into an art show representing the decisive moment. The show, titled Present Company Excluded: or the Disposability of the Decisive Moment.
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Eye of the Waterfall
Interesting Photo of the Day: Eye of the Waterfall
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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13 Satisfying Photos that Use Patterns Perfectly
13 Satisfying Photos that Use Patterns Perfectly
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: Longest Solar Eclipse of the 21st Century
Interesting Photo of the Day: Longest Solar Eclipse of the 21st Century
Back in 2009, we witnessed a unique solar eclipse—this one happened to be the longest solar eclipse of the 21st century. An international Total Solar Eclipse Expedition party was on site on Enewetak Atoll in the Marshall Islands and took some really incredible photos.
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Photographer Creates Flooded Ghost Town in His Backyard
Photographer Creates Flooded Ghost Town in His Backyard
Photographer Kyle Thompsoncreated ghostly scenes of a flooded town in his own backyard. The result is a collection of eerie photographs depicting people in flooded rooms that each tell a story about the former “inhabitant”.
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Think Spring: Refreshing Examples of Springtime Photography
Think Spring: Refreshing Examples of Springtime Photography
Spring is about new life emerging after the harsh months of winter; it’s a perfect time to capture it all with your camera! Check out these photos for inspiration.
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10 Must-Know Tips for Composing Landscapes
10 Must-Know Tips for Composing Landscapes
If you’re looking to take your landscape photography to new levels, you’re in luck. You don’t need to run out and purchase expensive new gear in order to create amazing landscapes; one of the best ways to create visually stunning landscapes, is by mastering the art of composition.
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Ways to Improve Your Wildlife Photography Composition
Ways to Improve Your Wildlife Photography Composition
Composition in nature photography comes easy to some, but many new photographers struggle to find their balance. This is especially true where wildlife is concerned.
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The Importance of Perspective in Photography – 6 Powerful Tips
The Importance of Perspective in Photography – 6 Powerful Tips
As a photographer, depth and perspective should have a prominent role in your work. While photography is a two-dimensional platform, adding a sense of depth and perspective to a shot can help the viewers to interpret the image better.
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5 Advantages of Using a Kit Lens (Video)
5 Advantages of Using a Kit Lens (Video)
Before you write off the cheap lens that came bundled with your DSLR, take a look at the following video clip. Kai takes the humorous approach to explaining why kit lenses are worth a shot for new camera owners. He also shows some surprising comparisons with more expensive L-series lenses:
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Top Photography Articles of the Year 2013
Top Photography Articles of the Year 2013
As the year ends and a new one begins, we looked back at what articles & topics attracted the most attention. Listed below are some of 2013′s most popular posts, which range from useful tips to amazing images to tear-inducing stories.
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Photography Histogram Explained
Photography Histogram Explained
The photo histogram is that graph that looks like a mountain range with spikes shooting up at seemingly random places. The scary thing is that when you see it, it looks really technical. Most of us immediately try for the land speed record in turning it off.
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Timelapse Photography Used to Show London Train Ride in 30 Year Increments
Timelapse Photography Used to Show London Train Ride in 30 Year Increments
Timelapse videos are great for showing how much or how little things have changed over the year. The BBC made their own version of a then and now segment featuring a train ride from from London and Brighton.
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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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