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This is the First Photo Shot on the Far Side of the Moon


China just became the first country to achieve a soft-landing on the far side of the moon after its Chang’e-4 probe landed at 2:30 AM Universal Time today. And shortly after landing, the probe sent back this first photo ever shot from the surface of the “dark side of the ...

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Olympus Teases the OM-D E-M1X Pro-style Mirrorless Camera


Olympus just released this 18-second video teasing an upcoming mirrorless camera that will be announced on January 24th, 2019. From the glimpses we see, it seems clear that it’s the previously leaked OM-D E-M1X camera, which features a pro-style body that has a built-in vertical grip. The video suggests that ...

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This Aerial Photo of Frozen Lakes is Not What It Seems


Check out this aerial photo of four lakes in an icy winter landscape. It’s actually not what it seems. Photographer Josh Nukem captured this photo of a frozen puddle from ground level in his own backyard. Josh had snapped a casual photo of the ground using his iPhone 8 Plus. ...

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5 Steps to Shooting a Photo of a $2.75 Million Sports Car


How do you go about shooting one of the rarest sports cars in the world? Here’s a 17-minute tutorial in which automotive photographer Mike D’Ambrosio shares the 5 steps of his “night flare” style while shooting a $2.75 million Maserati MC12. The Maserati MC12 is a limited production sports car ...

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This Aerial Photo Shows How Winter Changes New York City


Photographer Paul Seibert created this beautiful aerial photo that shows how New York City changes between winter and summer. About half the frame shows a snowy winter view while the other portion shows the summer cityscape. Seibert is the Director of Digital Content and a contributing photographer of/for FlyNYON, the ...

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This is What a 14-Year-Old Nikon DSLR Can Do


How much has camera image quality improved over the past decade and a half? Photographer Jeff Rey recently decided to see by doing a simple test with his Nikon D200 crop sensor CCD DSLR, a camera that was originally announced back in 2005 with a price tag of $1,700 (over ...

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Composing Without the Camera


Sometimes one of the best things I can do for my photography, specifically for improving my compositions, is to put my camera down and walk around without taking photographs. While street photography itself is one of the best ways for anyone to train their eye to notice fleeting subjects and ...

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How to Shoot Portraits in Dappled Light


I’ve been photographing weddings for 10 years now, so I’ve seen and dealt with nearly every lighting scenario possible, from a dark church with no windows, to a wedding ceremony at high noon with not a cloud in sight. But one thing most photographers don’t know is how to photograph ...

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