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How Sanne Boertien Takes Incredible iPhone Landscape Photos

I’m delighted to share this interview with Sanne Boertien who uses her iPhone for stunning landscape photography. With a passion for exploring …

Mobile Photography

24 Magical Images of Light Trails

Capturing light trails of something moving, often a vehicle, is somewhat magical because it’s something you cannot see with the naked eye. So only …

How to Calculate and Use Hyperfocal Distance for Better Landscape Photography

Hyperfocal distance, much like the “Sunny 16 Rule,” is one of those things that has arguably lost some relevance in the age of digital photography; …

2 sushi-obsessed food bloggers say these are the 15 best omakases in New York

If you haven't tried it yet, omakase is a meal in which the sushi chef selects and prepares his or her choice of the freshest fish at their fingertips.<p>Food blog The Infatuation has been scouting sushi destinations in the city for years, sampling a dizzying array of morsels to find the very best …

28 Ethereal Images of Light Rays that Glow

To photographers light is the most important thing above all else. It is the ultimate prize to come home with a photo with “good light”. One type of …

Photography

Feast your way around Sydney's global cuisines

In multicultural Sydney, you can dip your tastebuds in other shores without ever leaving the city. The best dishes here were raised in migrant neighbourhoods where locals won’t put up with flavours less than authentic. Ready your tastebuds for steaming Malaysian pancakes, Korean barbecues, and a …

18-Year-Old Urbex Photographer Dark.Cyanide Shows Us A Hidden View of NYC

When I asked Dark Cyanide to reveal his real name, he politely declined. Despite his mounting popularity, the photographer is shrouded in mystery, …

Squarespace

Photographer Captures Beautiful Close-Up Shots Of Ocean Waves

<b>Ray Collins</b> is an Australian photographer who specializes in seascape photography. Armed with his camera, he swims out to sea to capture powerful …

How One Man Realized His Dream of Visiting Every Country

Lessons learned from traveling to 196 countries include what old camel meat tastes like and why toilet paper is the best economic indicator.<p>Albert Podell, a former editor of <i>Playboy</i> magazine, did what all of us fantasize about but very few achieve: He traveled to all 196 countries on Earth.<p>It took …

The 10 best hidden restaurants in NYC

New York City is filled with hidden gems and who doesn't like a treasure hunt? In a city such as ours, you can easily miss the graffiti-covered door and the delicious bites hiding behind it.<p>So we present our guide to the best hidden restaurants in NYC ( Part 2 !). From a pizza speakeasy to a back …

Manhattan

A guide to eating and drinking on the Lower, Lower East Side

A few weeks ago, we were walking across East Broadway, in that area south of the Lower East Side, but east of Chinatown, when we noticed something unusual outside of 169 Bar, one of our favorite dive-y hangouts: a line outside. Next door, at the new location Mission Chinese, waits are absolutely …

The 16 best under-the-radar dining options in New York City

There is nothing at the end of a line that's worth waiting for. Harsh a rule as that may seem, waiting is the worst. Standing awkwardly in a restaurant's entryway, shuffling to let people pass, getting hit with the door every time someone enters or leaves, with nothing to do but count the minutes …

Manhattan

A Sense of Motion with 26 Speedy Panning Images

en_US<p>article<p>In the last couple of weeks we’ve looked at both images of long exposure masterpieces, and ones with fast shutter speeds that freeze the …

Shoot for the Light - Improve Your Composition

Here is one of my most valuable tips. The one I will offer to someone who comes to me, complaining that after 20 years of taking photos they can’t …

Digital Photography

Stunning Puddle Reflections Add Magic to Everyday Scenes

Among the city streets and large stone buildings, photographer Daniel Antunes captures glimpses of a world turned topsy-turvy. The Lisbon-based creative has a knack for finding puddles of water that cast brilliant reflections of the surrounding cityscape. Historical monuments, a scooter driver, and …

Roads

Top 10 day trips out of Barcelona

You could spend weeks in Barcelona and never run out of places to see, things to do, food to try and bars to hop.<p>But for a taste of Catalan life beyond the metropolis – or simply for a change of pace – you can choose between mountains, beaches and pretty little towns, all just a short ride …

Hope Carter Photographs the Crystallized Patterns in Frozen Bubbles

Don’t burst Hope Carter’s bubble. Seriously, don’t do it because if you do, she’ll have to start the process all over again, and it’s cold outside. …

35 Magical Musical Images to Make Your Heart Sing

Music is something universal. You don’t have to understand the words or the lyrics to enjoy music. You just know what speaks to you and what makes …

A Super Simple Way to Make Landscape Photos POP Using Lightroom

It seems like virtually all outdoor or landscape photographs suffer from the same illness when they come out of the camera. The symptoms are: An …

Photography

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Time Slice is an ongoing series of photographs by Richard Silver that explores how iconic buildings and monuments change in appearance from day into night. Silver shoots some 36 photos at intervals over several hours and then layers them into a final composition. The result is amazing!

Nighttime Photos of NYC Captured Out of the Open Door of a Helicopter at 7,500 Feet

Photographer Vincent Laforet captured some stunning nighttime photographs of New York City while leaning out of an open helicopter door 7,500 feet in …

The best places to eat tapas in Barcelona

Not quite a snack, not quite a meal, the tapa is all about sociability, whether that involves ordering a parade of little dishes to share over a bottle of wine and a long chat or whether your objective is a much more civilised version of the bar crawl.<p>Catalans have never really embraced the …

Photo Manipulations and Collages by Laura Plageman

A collection of creative photo manipulations and collages by Laura Plageman.<p>Laura Plageman is an artist based in Oakland, CA. She has graduated with …

Art

A Brief Intro to Shooting with a Rangefinder Camera

If you’ve never picked up a rangefinder camera before and have always wondered how it differs from single-lens reflex cameras, here’s a short video …

Vivienne Gucwa's Photos of the Snow in NYC

<i>All images by Vivienne Gucwa. Used with permission.</i><p>Vivienne Gucwa is a photographer that had quite the tough start, but her story is one of …

"Geirangerfjord is one of my all time favorite places on earth. Now that I live 2 hours from here, I love to experience all seasons in this place. This shot was taken in early October just as the fall colors were at peak season in the fjord. Geirangerfjord was added to the UNESCO world heritage list in 2005." -- photographer @kaylapotterbaum (michaelanichole.com). That's it for our week-end take-over from Michaela. For more of her work check out her handle or her website: michaelanichole.com. For further information on Norway, see lonelyplanet.com

Two Lands: A Beautiful Time-Lapse Trip to the Snowy Wilderness of Iceland and Greenland

With the exception of the opening shot, Joe Capra of Scientifantastic‘s beautiful time-lapse <i>Two Lands</i> stays pretty far away from the humanity. A trip …

Inside the Warrior: Striking Portraits that Reveal the Masculine Side of Yoga

Thinking about your local Yoga studio doesn’t usually conjure up images of masculinity. Yoga mats, yoga pants, yoga in general is seen as a …