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44 Incredible Photographs of Jellyfish

44 Incredible Photographs of Jellyfish

While most of us cringe at the possibility of encountering these creatures, some clever photographers see the potential in capturing their image. This collection of photographs of jellyfish might have you looking for an underwater camera housing too, though some of them are taken from the comfort of a glass enclosure at a local aquarium! […]

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27 Gorgeous Photos of Trees from This Fall

27 Gorgeous Photos of Trees from This Fall

Outdoor photography in Fall or Autumn presents so many opportunities, but few are greater than the amazing colours of the trees and plant life. This collection shows what some photographers were able to do this year (including a few amazing black and white shots). Enjoy the inspiration. by , on Flickr  by , on Flickr […]

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Case Study: Macro Daisies on the Cheap

Case Study: Macro Daisies on the Cheap

I love doing macro photography on the cheap. Here in Sydney Spring has sprung and the sun is shining. For macro photography enthusiasts, that means one thing – flowers! It’s very difficult to get sick of photographing this subject, so the first chance I got since Winter, I gathered up some of my el cheapo […]

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How to Get the Ethereal Look in Coastal Landscapes

How to Get the Ethereal Look in Coastal Landscapes

The big secret of getting that ghostly and ethereal look in landscape photography is that there is no big secret. In fact it’s even easier if you’re shooting on the coast provided you follow a few basic guidelines. Here is what you need to know for your next coast landscape shoot. by , on Flickr […]

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25 Cool Dust Storm Photographs

25 Cool Dust Storm Photographs

Some natural events just lend themselves to interesting photography. We have all seen amazing photographs of storms or tornadoes that are mind blowing. Well here is a collection of photographs of dust storms to join the ranks. If you especially like one, click on the image and leave a comment on the photographer’s page! by […]

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Photographs of Centipedes to Make Your Skin Crawl

Photographs of Centipedes to Make Your Skin Crawl

Getting up close and personal with a centipede may not be many photographer’s idea of a good time, but as this collection of photographs shows, it’s can result in some great shots. These photographs of centipedes from around the world show what you can get when you’re lucky enough to see one. by , on […]

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27 Bright and Colourful Macro Flower Photographs

27 Bright and Colourful Macro Flower Photographs

Sometimes an explosion of colour and detail is just eye-candy. These great macro photos of flowers provide exactly that. Check out our articles on studio lighting for macro flower photography or our guide to take the perfect spring flower macro photograph if you want to try it for yourself. by , on Flickr by , […]

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Beauty from the Commonplace: 27 Cool Photographs of Sparrows

Beauty from the Commonplace: 27 Cool Photographs of Sparrows

“Quit trying to find beautiful objects to photograph. Find the ordinary objects so you can transform it by photographing it.” – Morley Baer Sparrows may not be the most exotic species to photograph, but in the spirit of Morley Baer, these photographers show that it’s not all about the subject. With a little skill a […]

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The Rough Guide to Digital Photography by Sophie Goldsworthy

The Rough Guide to Digital Photography by Sophie Goldsworthy

“The Rough Guide to Digital Photography is designed to help you get to grips with the technology, to work out what you need to know and the kit you really need (rather than what the manufacturers claim you need).” This is the claim made in the opening sentence describing what this new book is about […]

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How to Convey Size in Landscape Photography

How to Convey Size in Landscape Photography

In landscape photography, you can very often take a shot of some immensely large scene (Grand Canyon, Ayer’s Rock etc) and get home to look at your shots only to see that the shot has failed to really convey how big the place was. It can be a little disappointing when you have grandiose subject […]

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