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How to Use Google Earth for Extremely Detailed Location Scouting – Photography Article

There are a lot of great location scouting tools out there. But while PhotoPills and The Photographer’s Ephemeris do an amazing job and are packed full of useful features, photographer Tony Northrup explains why he prefers to use something else that’s completely free: Google Earth. Northrup still uses PhotoPills and TPE, but as he explains at the beginning of the video above, he knows of no mobile application that can paint a complete picture when you’re location scouting. That’s why,…

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How I Capture Striking Time-Blended Astrolandscapes, and You Can Too – Photography Article

My name is Paul Schmit, and today I want to describe to you the journey that led to the time-blended astrolandscape you see above. You might recognize me from my recent marathon endeavor to capture the International Space Station crossing in front of the sun at sunrise. By day, I’m an award-winning theoretical physicist working at the frontiers of nuclear fusion research on the world’s most powerful electrical sledgehammer, the Z Machine. By night (quite literally) I’m an avid astrolandscape…

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Mountain versus sun – Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider – Photography Article

Happy #TravelTuesday one and all! I’m Dave Williams and I’m here with some photography wisdom for you today (and every Tuesday), and this week I’m in Croatia! I arrived a couple of days ago and so far I’ve also hopped some borders and checked out Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro. If you were wondering, they’re beautiful! I caught sunrise in Mostar, Bosnia, and framed up a lovely series of shots down the Neretva River of the towns famous bridge. Now,…

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Sunsets in Ireland – Always a Surprise and Unique – Timelapse Travels – Time.Lapse Photography Article

This past week I was in Kinsale, Ireland which is a beautiful seaside town in Cork (southeastern Ireland). I had some free time to shoot timelapses and two nights in a row I walked for shoots. The Irish weather is always a mystery so my recommendation is to never be discouraged by it or on the flip side optimistic. The first evening I walked towards Charles Fort which overlooks the town from the otherside of the harbor. The walk was…

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Fixing the Flat Light of a Midday Drone Photo – Aerial Photography Article

While driving across North America in the pickup truck full of drones, my partner Stacy Garlington and I remind ourselves that the journey is more important than the destination. We drive from city to city not to not simply to waste fuel, but to share our passion for drone photography with others. On the road, we use Google Maps to filter out the interstate highways. This forces us to travel the country roads and Main Streets of yesteryear. Creating drone…

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Beach Photographs – How not to make them boring – Timelapse Travels – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Shooting landscapes or timelapses at the beach is one of the most difficult things to do in my opinion in travel photography. This is beacause the beach and a sunrise/sunset are so beautiful but the images can be so boring! Here are my two tips: 1) Explore the beach about 2 hours before sunset and find a composition 2) Photograph a foreground element that tells a story with the sunset How often do you just see the image of water,…

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Full Moon Rise over NYC Skyline – Timelapse Travels – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Last weekend I went out to Liberty State Park to shoot the full moon rise over the NYC skyline. This was the evening of the blood wolf moon. I was hoping to get a nice video over the world trade center. The blood moon wouldnt happen until after midnight but it was still a good opportunity to have a unique video! I got there about an hour early before sunset. The moon was going to start rising about a half…

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How To Photograph Sunrises & Sunsets – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Photographing the sun as it arrives and when it sets is usually your top priority when starting out with landscape photography. The 30 minutes before and after the sun rising or setting is known as the “golden hour” and I’ve found this time of day yields some of the best photographs in a photographer’s portfolio. In this article I’m going to tell you some of my best tips that you can use to create some amazing photographs of a sunrise or…

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The Reveal | iPhone Photographer – iPhone Photography Article

The Reveal Posted by David Pasillas on May 4, 2017 Posted in: Nikon D7000. Tagged: art, big sur, blogging, california, coast, gold, heart, landscape, love, nature, photography, sunset. I wish I could tell you that I saw this while I was shooting in the field. I also wish I could tell you that I saw it when I got home and went through my images on my computer over 3 years ago. And I wish I could say that I…

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