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How to Capture Striking Silhouettes in 7 Easy Steps (With 10 Stunning Examples)

How to Capture Striking Silhouettes in 7 Easy Steps (With 10 Stunning Examples)

A silhouette is a photographic phenomenon created by backlighting that is capable of conveying mood, drama, mystery, and emotion in ways unmatched by more conventional styles of portraiture. Silhouettes are incredibly simple in form, yet they possess a great deal of aesthetic and atmospheric power. Fortunately, they are quite easy to create.

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15 Impressive Panoramic Images, And Tutorials on How to Create Them Yourself

15 Impressive Panoramic Images, And Tutorials on How to Create Them Yourself

Many point-and-shoot cameras and DSLRs have a built-in panoramic mode to produce panoramas for you, and if a camera isn’t capable of stitching together the individual images to form a panorama, there is software aplenty to take care of this. This post shows you 15 splendid examples of panoramic images and provides you links to tutorials on creating them yourself.

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These Photographs by George Georgiou Are Heart Breaking

These Photographs by George Georgiou Are Heart Breaking

Between 1999 and 2002, photographer George Georgiou was living in Kosovo and Serbia, recently emerged from war. While in country, he managed to visit three psychiatric institutions. This is what he found.

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Whoah. When NASA Promotes a TV Show With Photography, They Really Go All Out

Whoah. When NASA Promotes a TV Show With Photography, They Really Go All Out

We have to confess that we are pretty huge fans of the astrophotography that NASA puts out on a regular basis. Last week they blew us away again when they released a bunch of images to help promote Cosmos. Not much else to say on this one, but wow. Check them out.

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These Many Photography Links Will Overwhelm You

These Many Photography Links Will Overwhelm You

Another terrific week in the world of photography has passed by once again, and we find Toad Hollow Photography searching all corners of the internet seeking links to tutorials, special features, great photography and interesting blogs. This week’s list features a hand-picked selection of pieces posted by truly gifted writers and artists from all over.

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Mike Brodie’s Photographs of Freight Train Hitchhikers are Mesmerising

Mike Brodie’s Photographs of Freight Train Hitchhikers are Mesmerising

In 2004, Mike Brodie began documenting his travels – that of hitchhiking freight trains. Depicted against a constant backdrop of movement, the soulful and intimate photographs bring with them a rawness rarely seen. His journeys have seen him travel more than 50,000 miles and crisscross 46 US states.

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4 Shooting Ideas to Get Your Creative Juices Flowing for Spring

4 Shooting Ideas to Get Your Creative Juices Flowing for Spring

For those of us in the currently storm and snow swept northern latitudes, spring is approaching. It is the season of new life, renewal and of course dusting of the cameras and lenses and embracing the brighter light and blue skies. Today we are going to have a look at some of the subjects you can shoot during the spring.

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These NASA Photographs Of This Week’s Sun Flare Are Epic

These NASA Photographs Of This Week’s Sun Flare Are Epic

The folks at NASA are prolific in releasing mind blowing photographs of the solar system on a regular basis and should be a regular stop on your web travels for a bit of inspiration. But this week was something pretty special when our sun decided to release a few solar flares which NASA managed to capture on film. We could look at this stuff all day!

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This Man’s Stunning Photographs of His Daughter Left Us Speechless

This Man’s Stunning Photographs of His Daughter Left Us Speechless

Artists around the world have long been inspired by the works of Old Masters like Rembrandt, Raphael and Vermeer. Emulating their style has never been easy, especially in photography. When Australian photographer, Bill Gekas, wanted to recreate the style through his photographs, he chose to feature his five-year-old daughter as the subject. The results are amazing.

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Candid Conversations, Part 2: Face to Face

Candid Conversations, Part 2: Face to Face

If it’s true that conversing is an art form, the physical presence of two — or more — individuals only serves to add an extra dimension to and enhance the dynamics of a scene that is ripe for any eager candid/street photographer to capture.

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