32 Interesting Ways to Photograph Bottles

Bottles are something that any photographer can get their hands on to photograph, but sometimes it can be a little difficult to think of an interesting way to photograph them. Well, here to offer even... See full article

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Machinery As You Have Never Seen It

If you’re ever lucky enough to be invited onto an old junk-yard or anywhere where there is a heap of old and rusty machinery, you will know that there are a lot of opportunities for amazing phot... See full article

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33 Futuristic Looking Scenes from Cities

With a little imagination and planing a photographer can make a lot of city scenes look futuristic and get some great effects. We think this is a nice selection of what can be done. Enjoy and get out ... See full article

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34 Effective and Emotive Barbed Wire Photographs

Many subjects lend themselves to emotive photography and one of those subjects is definitely barbed wire. By choosing such a subject (and shooting it well) one can definitely evoke an emotional respon... See full article

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Iceland: The Landscape Photographers Promised Land

We have put together a lot of photo collections here at Light Stalking including some very popular ones of New Zealand, China and India, but rarely have we seen the consistently incredible landscapes ... See full article

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30 Impressive and Amusing Photos of Flamingos

Some subjects are just a lot of fun to photograph and Flamingos fit nicely among those subjects. The colors and settings associated with these birds are usually quite striking and make for great photo... See full article

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How to Take Gorgeous Photos of Your Kids: New dPS eBook

Today on dPS I’m excited to announce an eBook that is for parents, grandparents or anyone else with kids in their lives – an eBook that is all about helping you to take Gorgeous Photos of ... See full article

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Focus on Willem Wernsen ~ Philanthropist Photographer

Dear dPS readers. This is the first of a series of articles about photographers I have either long admired or recently discovered. Some may be famous, others unknown. Either way, I find inspiration in... See full article

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The Dazzling Colors and Shapes of Cacti

The humble cactus can be a great subject for photography, either by itself or as a distinct part of a wider subject such as a landscape. The colours, shapes and textures of the plant provide a lot of ... See full article

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Creating Beauty in the Mundane: Great Photos of Park Benches

While Jim Richardson famously said, “If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff,” it’s also true that a good photographer can make beautiful im... See full article

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Gorgeous Portraits: The Human Face of China

Travel portraits can be a very challenging subject – especially when you don’t know the local language and customs. On the other hand, these types of photos can also be some of the most re... See full article

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33 Marvellous Photos of Deer

Wildlife photography can be difficult at the best of times, but when you’re photographing an animal as skittish as a deer, it can turn very frustrating. We think this collection shows how deer p... See full article

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31 Colourful and Gorgeous Photos of Parrots

While many of our collections aim to show that a photographer can bring out the beauty in any subject with a little skill and planning, it’s true that some subjects simply lend themselves to gre... See full article

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Stunning Portraits from the Islamic World

Anyone who is lucky enough to have travelled anywhere in the Islamic world will know it is a trove of diversity, colour and remarkable photographic opportunities. As in most travel spots, chief among ... See full article

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37 Original and Striking Photographs of Tunnels

This collections shows what can be done with a relatively mundane subject by a photographer with a little imagination and skill. As part of our ongoing series of photography collections designed to sh... See full article

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37 Statues Brought to Life With Great Photography

When photographing statues, it can be very easy to get a lifeless and flat result. When a photographer takes some time to prepare the shot (or reads our tutorial on how to photograph statues) it can b... See full article

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43 Nicely-Timed Photos of Surfers

Surfers are an exciting and interesting subject for the outdoor photographer who is lucky enough to live near the coast. While life can be made a little easier if you have a telephoto lens, it’s... See full article

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37 HDR Photos of Churches That Rock

Something about HDR and churches makes them go together like peaches and cream. Sure they can be a little overdone and maybe the fashion is to have wildly converging verticals, but in the end the comb... See full article

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44 Artistic Photos of Driftwood

Driftwood can make itself useful to a coastal photographer in many ways. As its own subject it’s lines and texture are always unique. As an interesting foreground to a coastal landscape, it is w... See full article

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Family Portraits Dos and Donts

For a photographer, skills in family portraits are are essential and are usually the bread and butter for up and coming photographers. Looking at the history of photography, one of the first popular u... See full article

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Sky Rats: Surprisingly Interesting Photos of Pigeons

Getting a great photograph isn’t always a factor of finding the most spectacular subject to shoot. While you might be forgiven for thinking that images of the humble pigeon could be quite boring... See full article

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33 Dramatic Photos of Mountains in Black and White

Ever since the masterful photographs of Ansel Adams, photographers have flocked to emulate his dramatic black and white photographs of mountains. And in many cases, we think a lot of them have done a ... See full article

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35 Photos That Use Fences for Clever Composition

In outdoor photography, fences offer a convenient element to use to compose an image. From using them to lead the eye along leading lines through to making them an obvious aid to composing with the ru... See full article

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31 Enchanting Photos of Mushrooms

When you get outdoors, there’s no shortage to the amount of cool things you can find to photograph. Many of us will even have this particular photographic subject in our backyard or close by. Us... See full article

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32 Fun Outdoor Photographs of Bridges

Bridges can be a great subject to practice photographic composition as they lend themselves to shots with a vanishing point, leading the eye or even sometimes s-curves. These fun shots show what you c... See full article

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