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Photos of Ballet Dancers Under the Sea

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Less than a year after the famous Racetrack Playa dry lake in Death Valley was vandalized with tire tracks, someone has done the same damage to the nearby Badwater Basin salt flats. Full-time attorney and occasional Uber driver Jesse Bright had an interesting run-in with North Carolina police last month. ...

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Photos of Russia’s Gorgeous Soviet Era Metro Stations

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While shooting for a conservation film about rhino poaching in South Africa, cameraman Garth De Bruno Austin was approached by a wild rhino who was apparently in search of a nice belly rub. The unusual encounter was captured in the 15-second video above. If you’re just starting out in Photoshop ...

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Photos of the Radiant Light of Greece

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The inevitable just happened: nature has taken away what it created a long time ago. All parts of the world famous Azure Window in Malta are now gone — even its base was swept away by the sea. Photographer Aydın Büyüktaş has published a new series of photos as part ...

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These Folding Landscape Photos Will Mess With Your Brain

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One of the best known photography locations in the world has disappeared. Malta’s famed Azure Window limestone arch on the island of Gozo collapsed into the sea yesterday, leaving a conspicuously, tragically empty space in its wake. The inevitable just happened: nature has taken away what it created a long ...

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You WILL Fail as a Photographer

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When I first started photography, I struggled a lot with lighting. In the beginning, we’re often told to shoot our subjects in open shade, but if you don’t know how to do this properly the results can be disastrous: faces with dark shadows, eyes with no depth, overexposed backgrounds, etc. ...

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This is What Horses Look Like from Below

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When I first started photography, I struggled a lot with lighting. In the beginning, we’re often told to shoot our subjects in open shade, but if you don’t know how to do this properly the results can be disastrous: faces with dark shadows, eyes with no depth, overexposed backgrounds, etc. ...

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