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The Winning Photos of Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018

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The Royal Observatory Greenwich prestigious Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year contest has unveiled the overall winners for the 2018 edition. The top prize was awarded to American photographer Brad Goldpaint, whose photo “Transport the Soul” (shown above) captures Moab, Utah, with a photographer, rock formations, Andromeda (left) and ...

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10 Things Van Gogh Can Teach Us About Photography

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In keeping myself motivated as a photographer I love to look for inspiration from all across the creative spectrum. I like to take the advice of my favorite photographer Ernst Haas in this when he recommended to: “refine your senses through the great masters of music, painting, and poetry. In ...

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The Winning Photos of Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018

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The prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition has announced the winning photos of its 2018 contest. The overall winner was Dutch photographer Marsel van Oosten for his photo titled “The Golden Couple,” which shows snub-nosed monkeys in China. Van Oosten shot the photo in the Qinling Mountains, the only ...

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How Teenage Photographer John Kraus Shoots Rocket Launches

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John Kraus is an 18-year-old photographer living on Florida’s Space Coast who has captured dazzling photos of major rocket launches over the past few years. VICE News followed Kraus to a recently SpaceX Falcon 9 launch and aired this short segment showing how the photographer works (it starts at 22m01s). ...

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