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Photography Tutorials — Composition

Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Have you ever had an idea for an image in your head and spent days, weeks, or months trying to produce it. How about four years? That’s how long this photographer (known as wmbpix on social media) spent watching the weather and chasing storms until he was finally able to capture the image he had imagined:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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The collaboration of photographer Rob Whitworth and urban exploration expert JT Singh, “This Is Shanghai” captures the unique identity of the Asian metropolis, from its glittering skyline and 4,000 skyscrapers (twice as many as New York City), to back-alley restaurants and graffiti-covered streets.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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When it comes to taking group photos, this is probably the worst possible reaction a photographer could receive. But that is exactly what Don Ambridge, the father of 7-year-old Miles Ambridge said when confronted with his son’s 2nd grade class photo:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Photographer Simon Christen has spent nearly 2 years shooting timelapse photos of the San Francisco Bay Area morning fog rolling in. Captured in the Marin Headlands, these scenes of thick, billowy fog drifting through the hills, city and the Golden Gate Bridge at the edge of sunrise inspire a feeling of absolute peace.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Landscapes are often the subject of timelapse videos, but Daniel Csobot has taken a different approach. Instead of looking at the skies and mountain ranges, he has decided to stop and look down at the ground, and very close at that. In this timelapse, Csobot captures the growing and blooming of flowers.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Storms rolling in. Seeds transforming into flowers. The sun rising and setting. As technology makes timelapse photography more ubiquitous, certain timelapse subjects are becoming commonplace. We’ve all seen freeway traffic images replayed at 30 frames per second. Air traffic, however, is a subject that puts a creative spin on the old standbys:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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The Northern Lights is a spectacular display of nature that any photographer would pay to see and shoot. From the slower dancing lights, to the faster and more dramatic movements, it truly is a sight to behold.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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Since 2008, the Vietnamese city of DaNang has held a springtime international fireworks competition, wherein countries from all around the world curate elaborate displays of brilliant blasts and sparkling explosions.
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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In his book “Sea Change”, English photographer Michael Marten explores the duality of a natural cycle that’s been going on since the dawn of time — the changing of the tides. He went to several locations around the coasts of Britain and captured each one in both high tide and low tide. 53 of these diptychs, arranged as a clockwise journey around Britain, are presented in the book:
Photography » Composition — over 4 years ago
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One would think to see the Aurora Borealis you would have to travel to Alaska, Norway, or some other remote destination that is nearly impossible to get to. For most people Michigan wouldn’t be the first place they’d think of to see the majestic northern lights; however, in the spring of 2012, videographer Shawn Malone captured the celestial dance over the upper Michigan peninsula.
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