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The Joys of Instant Photography

A few months ago, I was in Los Angeles and grabbed coffee with my friend Eric Steelberg. Eric’s a talented cinematographer and mentioned a piece of …

Impressive Examples of How to Use Reflections in Photography to Add Depth

A reflection is an excellent way to instantly create an interesting composition in your photograph. It could involve an expanse of water, a mirror, …

Photography

Time-Lapse Video of Snails Moving About with LEDs Attached

The idiom “at a snail’s pace,” referring to excruciatingly slow speed, apparently may be giving snails some gross misrepresentation. Based on a …

Time-lapse Photography

These Are The Reasons Photographers Should Give the Square Crop a Chance

<b>Simplicity.</b> Simplicity isn’t necessarily a synonym for boring. There are times when less really is more. Given that you’ve got less working room …

Photography

Northern Lights: Captured in all its Glory with Timelapse Photography

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 …

Northern Lights

How to Use Lines in Photography Compositions

A very powerful method of improving the composition of photos is the use of lines. Properly used, lines can significantly increase the impact of …

Landscape Photography

Canon Unveils the 70D: ‘Dual Pixel’ APS-C Sensor Brings Snappier Autofocusing

Canon has officially announced the 70D, the company’s latest mid-range DSLR for serious photography enthusiasts. It’s a successor to the 60D that …

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This Many Great Photography Links May Cause Lightheadedness

What an exciting week in the world of photography, and Toad Hollow Photography has been searching high and low for the best links to tutorials, …

Photography

A Guide to Photographing the Light of Sunrises and Sunsets

One of our authors, Christopher O’Donnell, has just released another photography eBook entitled <i>The Golden Hours: A Guide to Photographing the Light</i> …

Landscape Photography

Review: Panasonic GH3

The Panasonic GH3 is currently the company’s flagship mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. With the form factor of a DSLR, it will appeal to many …

Best Compact Cameras for 2018

$1,329.00 at Becextech Australia<p>See it<p>CNET's Rating<p>9 Design<br>• 8 Features<br>• 8 Performance<br>• 8 Image qual.<p>With its APS-C sensor and a fixed 35mm-equivalent …

Cameras

Scientists have discovered the closest star system to the sun found in nearly a century, making the new neighbor the third-nearest to our solar system overall at 6.5 light-years away. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/6leq "...so close that Earth's television transmissions from 2006 are now arriving there," Kevin Luhman, a researcher at Penn State's Center for Exoplanets and Habitable Worlds, said in a statement.

Sirius, also known as the Dog Star or Sirius A, is the brightest star in Earth's night sky. The expression "dog days" refers to the period from July 3 through Aug. 11 when Sirius rises in conjunction with the sun. Learn more about Sirius: http://oak.ctx.ly/r/6qn9 Below, a photograph of Sirius A, along with its faint, tiny stellar companion, Sirius B.

NASA's venerable Voyager 1 probe has encountered a strange new region at the outer reaches of the solar system, suggesting the spacecraft is poised to pop free into interstellar space, scientists say. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/6uvp Comic explained here: http://oak.ctx.ly/r/6uw4

How Did the Universe Get Its Stars? An Astronomical Puzzle

Astronomers have come a long way in understanding how stars form today, but the question of how the universe's first stars formed is an enduring …

Black Holes

Comet ISON, hyped as the "comet of the century," will take a "summer sabbatical" through August 8, as it is currently located too near the sun to be seen from Earth, and it's anybody's guess just how bright the object will shine when it reappears in early August. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/6w3o

Sony Unveils the RX100 II: Better Sensor, Wi-Fi, Hotshoe, and a Tilting Screen

The “best pocket camera of all time” now has a successor. Sony today announced the RX100 Mark II, the followup to its highly-acclaimed RX100 premium …

23 Impressive Pictures of the Louvre Pyramid

The Louvre Pyramid and the Louvre Palace/Museum are architectural opposites. The Louvre Palace is a beautiful example of French renaissance …

France

Do You Know these 15 Key Features of your DSLR?

Got a new DSLR? Still trying to work out where to start? Check out this free video by Jeff Cable that runs you through 15 features of that DSLR that …

That Photon Hitting Your Camera Sensor Took Thousands of Years to Arrive

How long does it take for a photon from the Sun to reach your camera sensor (or film) and help form a photograph? If you answered “8 minutes,” you’d …

50mm Focal Length: Weekly Photography Challenge

We’ve written many times about why we like 50mm lenses here on dPS (for example here, here and here) and every time we do we get a heap of readers …

Photography

Carl Zeiss Rebranded, Now Just ‘ZEISS’

Famed and well-respected optical systems manufacturer Carl Zeiss is taking a step forward to create a “more consistent” image of the brand — a brand …

Pilot Shares His Views from the Cockpit

Dubai-based Karim Nafatni is surely to be envied for the way he works and the way he plays. As a passion, he is a photographer that can certainly …

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