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Timelapse Photography Tutorial eBook

<i>Chapter 2: Image Settings Balancing time-lapse image settings and how to fit them all on your memory cards.</i><p><i>Chapter 3: Shooting Time-lapse How to</i> …

Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013 – winning pictures

Australian photographer Mark Gee has beaten more than a thousand amateur and professional photographers from around the planet to win the title Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013. The competition is run by the Royal Observatory Greenwich and BBC Sky at Night Magazine. The winners, runners-up …

Interesting Photo of the Day: A Boy and His Big Best Friend

A dog is a boy’s best friend. Especially when it’s bigger than you are:<p>A boy and his dog in “Followed,” captured by Elena Shumilova (Via Imgur)<p>In …

Creative Hyperlapse Exploring the Country of Georgia

We’ve seen a lot of timelapse videos on PictureCorrect this year, and with everybody experimenting and trying new things to push the envelope, you …

Time-lapse Photography

Our 'Kodak moments' – and creativity – are gone

The real tragedy of the death of Kodak is that the volume of photos taken today may be up, but we are just corporate pawns<p>We are all photographers now. Snapping and snapping away, in public and private, we shoot mundane and standardized images we would never have bothered to take just a few years …

This ‘ET’-Inspired Photo of Biker Rising In Front of the Moon Was Not ‘Shopped

Earlier this year, Swiss photographer Philipp Schmidli attracted a good deal of attention for a series of photos showing the silhouette of a biker in …

Using Toys and Forced Perspective to Get Professional, Low-Budget Visual Effects

While working on a feature film called <i>The Grind</i>, filmmaker Vashi Nedomansky had to come up with a way to shoot a flashback scene, complete with …

Photographer Gets So Close to Lava That His Shoes and Tripod Catch on Fire

Back in May, we featured the volcano photos of photographer Miles Morgan, a guy who gets so hot to lava that he’s had his shoes and tripod melt. If …

Iceland’s feisty capital of the north

Nestled at the head of the country’s longest fjord, Akureyri’s gourmet restaurants, unique art galleries and late-night bustle set it apart from other towns in rural Iceland.<p>Over the last few years, Iceland has been carving itself a niche in the collective global conscience, thanks to plane-halting …

European Travel

Splash out: the world's most amazing waterfalls

The bigger they are, the harder they fall – feel the power of the planet's mightiest and most beautiful waterfalls.<p>1. Victoria Falls, Zambia/Zimbabwe<p><i>Image by MAZZALIARMADI.IT</i><p>Explorer David Livingstone could be accused of dampening expectations by naming these falls after England's doughy queen: …

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The Hebrides Islands: How Do You Manage the Wild?

Human Journey<p>“We can’t stay here too long,” Jamie Boyle told us when we stepped out of the car. He had driven us to one of the most remote spots in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, a tiny island called Vallay that hasn’t been inhabited for about a decade and is now accessible only by driving across the …

Tours by Destination: Polar Regions

Find the Right Trip for You<p>Select your travel style--whether it's our signature expeditions, our active outdoors adventures, or our lower-priced …

Middle School

Top 10: Iconic Places to Photograph

Recently I was asked if I could name a “bucket list” of iconic places in the world for photographers. It didn’t take long. Certain places attract photographers like magnets attract iron filings; we are drawn to them without quite knowing why. Nor do we absolutely have to know. For some of us it …

Travel Photography

World Heritage Site: Easter Island

Here are all the facts and travel tips you need to make the most out of a trip to Chile's Rapa Nui National Park, or Easter Island.<p><b>Site</b>: Rapa Nui National Park (Easter Island) <b><br>Location</b>: Chile <b><br>Year Designated</b>: 1995 <b><br>Category</b>: Cultural <b><br>Criteria</b>: (i)(iii)(v) <b><br>Reason</b>: Easter Island’s silent stone figures are …

South America

Interview: John Morris on his friend Robert Capa

When Robert Capa’s photographs of D-Day finally reached the Life magazine offices in London, it was nearly deadline. The invasion of Europe on June 6 …

Icebergs: Photographing the Ice Giants

Icebergs hold and intense fascination for many of us. These behemoths of the sea are both strikingly beautiful yet as the the Titanic disaster one …

Landscape Photography

Tokyo Skytree Panorama Rig Powered by 12 Nikon D3S DSLRs

The Tokyo Skytree is a massive broadcasting tower in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan that currently holds the title of world’s tallest tower and second tallest …

This Many Great Photography Links May Cause Uncontrollable Happiness

As another week rolls by us here, Toad Hollow Photography has been very busy looking in all corners of the internet for links to the best tutorials, …

Landscape Photography

Exploring the Eastfjords of Iceland

Starting every April, a weekly ferry gives travellers access to Iceland’s remote eastern coastline, to see snowcapped mountains, cascading waterfalls and colonies of comedic puffins.<p>You cannot help but admire Icelanders for their optimism. Rather ambitiously, they celebrate summer's arrival with a …

European Travel

Stepping back in time in Socotra

As visitors flock to see the Yemen island’s Candyland-like features, the increase in tourism is both helping to ease poverty and straining traditional ways of life.<p>Nestled high on a plateau between the Haghier mountain range and the Arabian Sea, five Socotrans gathered in a stone hut devoid of …

Arabian Sea

Best Night-Sky Pictures of 2013 Named

Winners of the 2013 Earth & Sky photo contest capture the beauty of the night sky and highlight the issue of light pollution.

Traps that Many Aspiring Photographers Get Caught In

You’ve heard the bad excuses for not wanting to pay a photographer, but the sad thing is that many aspiring photographers still get caught in traps …

Photog Goes in Search of the Architecture that Was Once the “Vision of the Future”

<i>Relics of the Future</i> is a short documentary that follows Toronto-based fine art photographer Toni Hafkenscheid as he explores the world of …

JPEGmini, the Tool That Shrinks Your JPEGs, Is Now Available for Windows

JPEGmini has been around for a while now, as a web-interface as well as a standalone app for Mac OS. The clever software that shrinks your JPEG files …

Jeff Phillips: Lost and Found

My Chicago friend, Jeff Phillips, happened upon a set of 1,000 slides in a secondhand store–a discovery that set him not only on a journey into …

GoPro Captures Vertigo-Inducing Footage Atop the One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center was finished in New York City last Friday after the final section of the spire was hoisted up and installed. The skyscraper is …

PhotoExif Helps You Record EXIF Data for Film Photos On the Go

One of the advantages of digital photography is having information about how each photo was shot embedded within the photograph’s file itself. This …