These Jellyfish Photographs Will Stun You

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Browsing around the Internet sometimes you come across something random like these amazing photographs of jellyfish that absolutely floors you. I honestly had no idea the creative images that were being regularly shot from a seemingly mundane subject like jellyfish.

But these talented photographers show that a decent knowledge of composition and colour can get you some real keepers.

So take some inspiration from this collection and consider honing your own knowledge of colour with Kent DuFault’s Understanding Light which takes you into the knowledge and theory to take photos like these ones.

Take a look here.

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Photo by Pawel Kalisinski 
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Photo by Leonid Danilov
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Photo by James Lee
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Photo by Magda Ehlers
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Photo by winrood lee
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Photo by winrood lee
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Photo by Hung Tran 
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Photo by Alison M
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Photo by Karla Facio
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Photo by Vladislav Vasnetsov
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Photo by Hung Tran

A large part of the reason that these photos are so spectacular is that these photographers understand colour and light. If you want to bring your own understanding up to this level, then take a look at Kent DuFault’s guide to Understanding Light. Well worthwhile for serious photographers.

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Photo by Blue Ox Studio 
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Photo by Karla Facio 
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Photo by Valdemaras D.
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Photo by Oday Hazeem 
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Photo by Scott Webb
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Photo by Irina Iriser
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Photo by Scott Webb 
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Photo by Yurii Hlei
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Photo by Catalin Barbut
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Photo by Tanya Gorelova
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Photo by Gabriel Peter
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Photo by Krysten Merriman 
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Photo by Magda Ehlers
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Photo by Nidhi Shah
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Photo by Nidhi Shah 
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Photo by James Lee
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Photo by Marty Leloux
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Photo by Hung Tran

We sometimes put together random collections like these photographs of jellyfish to give people ideas and inspiration for their own photography.

If you would like to take photographs like these, then a good place to start is Kent DuFault’s Understanding Light guide which takes you through the theory with practical exercises so that you will be getting similar level shots in no time. Check it out here.

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