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22 Landscape Photographs That Use Power Lines to Great Effect

22 Landscape Photographs That Use Power Lines to Great Effect

One of the big challenges of landscape photography is incorporating elements into a landscape that you perhaps might prefer were not there. One of the common visual pollutants in our world is power lines running through pristine country. We think these photographers have made a great effort of incorporating power lines or even making them […]

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27 Stunning and Creative Photographs of Water

27 Stunning and Creative Photographs of Water

At many points as a photographer, you are going to want to manipulate an object to get a better photograph. Many times, our thoughts will turn towards water as something that we can use to that end. These photographers have cleverly used water as part of their compositions. Check out some more cool collections in […]

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26 Photographs That Use a Vanishing Point to Great Effect

26 Photographs That Use a Vanishing Point to Great Effect

For photographers, finding a vanishing point, or an implied vanishing point in nature or human-made environments can result in a very sharp compositional opportunity. While they are often found in long roads and tall buildings, the collection below shows that wherever they are, a good photographer can turn them into a powerful image. Share your […]

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33 Magnificent Photographs of Horses

33 Magnificent Photographs of Horses

Some subjects provide a lot of opportunities for great photography and horses fit comfortably into that category. With a little skill a great subject becomes a great photograph. We think these photographs of horses show what can be done quite nicely. Share your own horse photos in the comments and check out the collection of […]

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Into the Sun – The Art of Stunning Silhouettes for Photographers

Into the Sun – The Art of Stunning Silhouettes for Photographers

One of the first things you are told by non-photographers when you buy your first serious camera is “don’t shoot straight into the sun”. Listen to this advice and you will be missing out on some the most emotive and powerful images photography can provide. So what is a silhouette? Oddly, the original term comes […]

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Photoshop CS6 Beta: A Quick Look

Photoshop CS6 Beta: A Quick Look

As with other recent incarnations of Photoshop, Adobe have released a beta version of their latest image editing software. You can grab yourself a copy from Adobe here http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/photoshopcs6.html If you don’t have one, you will need to register an Adobe account as once installed the software will connect with Adobe via the internet. The […]

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21 Amazing Images of Medieval Structures

21 Amazing Images of Medieval Structures

National Geographic photographer, Jim Richardson once said, “If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff.” There’s certainly an element of truth to that that these photographs of medieval structures serve to demonstrate. If you are lucky enough to have some of your own, post them in the comments! […]

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27 Effective Photographic Uses of Symmetry

27 Effective Photographic Uses of Symmetry

Mastering composition in photography can be a tricky subject. You have the various rules and guidelines handed down through the centuries on the one hand and then the post modernists who would throw them all out. Whichever side of that coin you fall on, eventually as a photographer, you will come to the realisation that […]

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22 Creative and Unique Photographs of Hallways

22 Creative and Unique Photographs of Hallways

Famous photographer, Jim Richardson, once famously said “If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff.” While that piece of advice says a lot about subject selection, many photographers will know that it’s not always possible. Furthermore, many take challenge from making the mundane beautiful. We think these photographers […]

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Antarctica: Photographing the End of the World

Antarctica: Photographing the End of the World

As perhaps the worlds last remaining unspoiled and intact wilderness, Antarctica has many rules and regulations governing how people must behave in this pristine land, the one that always sticks with me is “Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints”. Despite it’s remoteness, more and more photographers are taking the opportunity to visit this […]

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