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Interesting Photo of the Day: Majestic Norwegian Ice Cap

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Interesting Photo of the Day: Majestic Norwegian Ice Cap Twenty years. That’s how long Canadian marine biologist and National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen has been documenting “the beauty and the plight” of Earth’s polar regions and oceans. If the following image of a majestic ice cap in Svalbard, Norway is any proof, Nicklen’s dedication has paid… Read More at Picture Correct

Today on Magnum: from Carnival to Copacabana, Magnum Photographer René Burri cap…

Magnum Photos Today on Magnum: from Carnival to Copacabana, Magnum Photographer René Burri captures the spirit of Rio de Janeiro over the decades. See the full story on Magnum: http://bit.ly/2bcaBWu PHOTO: Ipanema beach. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 1958 © René Burri / Magnum Photos Read More at Magnum Photos

The Lomo’Instant Automat Instant Film Camera Has A Lens Cap Remote, Exposure Compensation

Popular Photography The Lomo’Instant Automat Instant Film Camera Has A Lens Cap Remote, Exposure Compensation The latest instant film camera from Lomography has looks and (some) brains. Read More at Popular Photography

How to Make a Pinhole Camera with a DSLR Body Cap

Digital Photography School Have you ever made a pinhole camera? Here’s how to do one with your DSLR. How to Make a Pinhole Camera with a DSLR Body Cap If you want to try something different that won’t cost a lot, learn how to make a pinhole camera with your DSLR body cap (make sure to use a spare one). Read More at Digital Photography School

Photographer Explores the Mystical Beauty of Owls Photographer Brad Wilson cap…

Exposure Guide Photographer Explores the Mystical Beauty of Owls http://goo.gl/gozIrw Photographer Brad Wilson captures some striking, up-close portraits of numerous owl species. In his work, the owls are set against a dramatic, stark black background, and the intimate proximity allows us to examine their unique qualities. Read More at Exposure Guide

This beautiful nighttime image by Gerry Groeber is today’s Photo of the Day, cap…

Shutterbug Magazine This beautiful nighttime image by Gerry Groeber is today’s Photo of the Day, captured in Arizona’s Superstition Wilderness. You can read more and see a larger version here: http://bit.ly/2sMIsgj Read More at Shutterbug.com

Five Tips for Becoming a Successful Landscape Photographer

Landscape photographer? Watch this! Five Tips for Becoming a Successful Landscape Photographer Landscape photography is a weird genre: there are no people, and unlike something like product photography, it’s pretty much up to you to choose what to shoot and how to shoot it. So, it can often feel a bit nebulous as to how one navigates a world veritably inundated with imagery, particularly when… Link to the full Fstoppers story

Do You Have A Train To Catch?

I know. Easier said than done. But how true and profound. Why are we so preoccupied with getting to the destination and so little attention is given to the journey. From when we are young, we are hammered to get good grades so we can go to a good college. We are convinced we need to do well in college so we can get a good job. We strive to do well at our job so we can climb the ladder. We […]