Jodie Hill

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New Zealand's most wondrous night-time experiences

From night hikes to cave-rafts to midnight munchies, there’s lots to do in New Zealand when the lights go out...<p>1. Night-hike the Tongariro Crossing<p>The 19km Tongariro Alpine Crossing is frequently touted as the world’s best day walk, thanks to its compact combination of sulphurous lakes, huffing …

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Nightwatch: The Haunting Light Painted Nightscapes of Noel Kerns

Dallas-based photographer Noel Kerns specializes in capturing haunting night scenes of ghost towns, decommissioned military bases, and industrial …

Madagascar's wondrous wildlife (and where to see it)

Madagascar is well-known for its biodiversity; 5% of all animal and plant species known to man live here and only here (70% of the fauna and 90% of the flora are endemic). For travellers, admiring this modern-day Noah’s Ark is a highlight of a trip to the Red Island.<p>Fortunately, there are plenty of …


Topaz ReStyle for Post-Processing

Find the perfect look for your photo. Topaz’s ReStyle tool lets you explore new artistic and creative possibilities for your images and helps you …

Beautiful Pinhole Time-Lapses Captured Inside Camera Obscura Rooms

There’s nothing new about time-lapse photography, and calling the camera obscura new borders on insanity, but when you put the two together you get a …

Expedition to Iceland for Timelapse Photography

In June 2013, photographer Eric Hines embarked on a 17-day, 4,000-mile adventure across Iceland, which he dubbed “Expedition Iceland.” The resulting …

Understanding the Lives of Lions | National Geographic