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Pro Results Anytime, Anywhere—Part 3

With tips such as checking your settings, simplifying your composition and modifying the light from part one, and choosing filters, using a tripod and changing your perspective from part two, you should be well on your way to shooting like a pro. The following is the final installment in the …

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The Profound Emotional Underpinnings Behind the Iconic Pink Floyd Album ‘Wish You Were Here’

YouTuber Polyphonic took a look at the iconic Pink Floyd album “Wish You Were Here“, noting the profound impact that Syd Barrett‘s departure due to mental illness had on the individual members and on the band as a whole, as reflected in the song “Shine On You Crazy Diamond“. Also …

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The Third Edition of the Fantastically Creepy Holiday Print ‘Presents Opening Children’ by Rob Sheridan

In 2007, we wrote about a fantastically creepy holiday illustration by artist Rob Sheridan entitled “Presents Opening Children” (firetruck). Since that time, Sheridan put out a second edition (robot) of the print in 2010 and has now released a third edition (train) just in time for Christmas 2017. This edition …

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Cute Little Kittens Playfully Pose Alongside Their Adorably Matching Bunny Counterparts

A post shared by Adorable Animals (@warren_photographic) on Jul 13, 2016 at 7:51am PDT In an adorable photo series by Warren Photography entitled Pet Brothers From Other Mothers, sweet little kittens playfully pose alongside their adorably matching bunny counterparts. While the kittens demonstrated an array of emotions, be it sleepy, …

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Model Airplane Designer Builds Homemade Electric Ultralight Airplane and Flies It Around Dayton, Ohio

Dayton, Ohio model airplane designer Peter Sripol has taken his skills to the next level of awesome by building his own manned electric ultralight airplane in his garage. Sripol, who built the plane out of insulation foam and a wooden frame covered in fiberglass, demonstrated that is works by successfully …

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Different Times of Day Reflected Simultaneously In Timelapse With Breathtaking Views of NYC Skyline

While filming New York City’s iconic skyline, Boston photographer Julian Tryba had the unique opportunity to capture the city during different times of the day, which allowed him to create “NYC Layer-Lapse”, a short timelapse film made from footage that doesn’t follow chronological time, but rather splits and layers it …

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Photo Of The Day By Mike Long

Photo By Mike Long Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Autumn in Southeast France” by Mike Long. Location: Parc Naturel Régional du Queyras. “Autumn color and fresh snow from Col Agnel, a high pass on the French-Italian border in southeast France, Parc Naturel Régional du Queyras,” describes Long. See more …

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Photo Of The Day By Paul Smithson Phillips

Photo By Paul Smithson Phillips Today’s Photo Of The Day is “The Bend” by Paul Smithson Phillips. Location: Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. “I took these pictures, Oxbow Bend did the rest,” says Phillips. “This is an iconic location that should be on any photographer’s bucket list. Grand Teton National …

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Stunning Hyperrealistic Black and White Pencil Drawings That Seemingly Jump Off the Page

A post shared by ?? ?? – Kohei Ohmori (@kohei6620) on Oct 7, 2017 at 7:18am PDT Japanese artist Kohei Ohmori creates absolutely stunning black and white pencil drawings that are amazingly hyperrealistic in their execution. By paying significant attention to even the smallest of details, Ohmori is able to …

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Simon’s Cat Shows How to Celebrate Birthdays In Style Through a Series of Adorable Vignettes

With his 10th birthday coming up in a few months very festive`Simon’s Cat created a handy guide through a series of vignettes to show how to celebrate the event in style. His suggestions include treating yourself, enjoying presents, playing party games and documenting the event. Have you seen our latest …

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