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43 Picture-Perfect Photographs Of Puffins

Ok, so this gallery is inspired by Federico's incredible collection of peacocks . That was a really popular gallery, and so I thought, rather than the mystical, revered and even regal peacock, let's look at, dare I say the opposite, the amazing puffin! The puffin is a...

From Many To One, Multiple Exposure Photography

Generally, when we take a photograph there is a single scene, one element; and, that is what we expect to see. There are, however, reasons to combine multiple photographs to produce one, more evocative image. This article was supposed to be a presentation I prepared...

Photo Of The Day By Harry Lichtman

Photo By Harry Lichtman Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Naukacuvu Light” by Harry Lichtman. Location: Naukacuvu Island, Fiji. “While on the tiny island of Naukacuvu in the Fijian Islands, a tremendous storm rolled through in the later afternoon,...

DPReview TV: Drone photography in the Faroe Islands

We're excited to announce that UK landscape photographer Nigel Danson has become a regular contributor to DPReview TV, producing a monthly show. Widely respected for his landscape work, Nigel runs one of our favorite YouTube channels , where he shares his expertise...

Four Tips To Help Get You Using A Wide Angle Lens

It can be difficult to break free from using the same focal length. Here are four tips for using a wide angle lens to get you out of your focal length rut When you grow accustomed to using a specific focal length — or focal lengths within a similar [...]Click...

Photo Of The Day By Clayton Peoples

Photo By Clayton Peoples Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Cinnamon Black Bear” by Clayton Peoples. Location: Glacier National Park, Montana. “This cinnamon black bear was enjoying a stroll in a flower field on the north end of Glacier National...

The Egg Dress: A Photo Rescue Story

I am starting a rescue effort. It has nothing to do with dogs, cats, or dolphins caught in tuna nets. I’m not trying to salvage old buildings nor save the environment. I still use plastic straws, people. I admit it. What I am rescuing is old photos. I rescue...

Shooting the Milky Way in Missouri

Living in St. Louis almost my entire life, I was lead to believe the lights of the bustling city were too bright to make seeing stars anywhere nearby impossible. As I grew older and started getting serious about photography, I realized that was correct… kinda....

Captivating Chromatic Colors

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Ephemerality Is a Lie

Alyssa Foote On the internet, as with most of life, you can’t count on things lasting forever. Websites close down , servers get turned off, the wrong button gets hit and years of work is erased . But just as you can’t depend on anything persisting, you...

Collective Karma?

Last week I wrote a piece about our forthcoming Zen and Yoga retreat at Mt. Baldy Zen Center April 5-7, 2019 . Near the end of that piece I contrasted the things we talk about during lectures at our retreats with an announcement by the Brooklyn Zen Center about...