Snowflake macros

Zoom into photos that capture only a couple millimeters of space, and a small world with big complexity enters our vision, where ice renders into intricate stars and wool threads become strands o... See full article

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Holy Sheep LED Artwork of Sheep Herding [Suspect]

In a virtual world full of fans, circles, followers and friends, today we celebrate the world’s greatest follower: the sheep. Consider: A clever group of Welsh hill farmers dress their flock of ... See full article

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An Editorial: Is the Internet a Photographers Friend or Foe?

Rewinding the Clocks back 15 Years Should we wind our clocks back about 15 years to a time before the phenomenal popularity of home based computers and the internet, there was a general widespread kno... See full article

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Over 1,000 iPhone 5 Wallpapers That Look Amazing

Apple from the verybeginninghas put strenuousefforts into every product and thus dramatically changed the way we use and look attechnology. Besides being a prodigious gadgetmanufacturer, App... See full article

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Sydney Harbour Under Mountains of Clouds

Speaking of Sydney… Many people have been asking for an update in the Sydney Morning Herald situation. There has since been an article on another Australian media outlet by Nic Christensen where... See full article

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9 Essential Tips to Conquer Available Light Photography

Famed American Army general George S. Patton once advised those under his command to accept the challenges so that you may feel the exhilaration of victory. Unlike a military conquest, Im pre... See full article

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Olympus PEN LIT E-PL5 Review

There’s one thing that Olympus has mostly got right: stylish camera designs, with clearly labelled functions and layout. However it seems like decades have been spent as the company has fumbled ... See full article

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Los Angeles seen differently

A few weeks ago, something special happened in and around Los Angeles. A group of about 50 Flickr users spent a week together doing what they enjoy the most: taking photos. None of them are pro... See full article

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Learning to See, Part IV

The Hues and Use of Colour, Part III Seek the strongest colour possible…the content is of no importance. Henri Matisse Upon review of our last entry we learned that the colour, tone or s... See full article

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Under the Basilica of St. Thrse, Lisieux

Any of you on Reddit? Here’s my reddit account (treyratcliff)… if you are on there too, drop it below in the comments! I spend a bit of time over there every day! It’s wonderfully di... See full article

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Meet The Photographers Who Write For Digital Photography School ~ Matt Dutile

Youve been reading their articles for months or years, have you ever wondered Who are the photographers who write for DPS? We thought it would be a good time to introduce them to you through ... See full article

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Glitter Portrait: How I Took It

Recently while surfing through some shots on Flickr I came across the shot above – taken by CT Pham (aka Phamster on Flickr). The shot was eye catching and an interesting portrait and under it w... See full article

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What Does The Road Look Like on the Way to Mount Cook?

Midnight In Paris Class Starts in a few hours! See more on the Midnight in Paris page! How to Find Users/[username]/Library on your Mac This is a very geeky tip. I usually don’t put these up her... See full article

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Happy Oz Day!

Today is a day of celebration, of relaxation, of friends, family and festivities – and quite a few barbeques! Its a day where we stop and reflect, enjoy a public holiday, and recognize achiev... See full article

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98 Awesome Photography Links That You Wont Want to Miss

Another incredible week in the world of photography has passed us by, and Toad Hollow Photography has been searching the internet high and low for links to the best tutorials, collections, features, p... See full article

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Natural Light Portraits: Weekly Photography Challenge

This week with the launch of our brand new Portraits eBook I thought it might be fun to run our weekly challenge with a Portrait theme but focus in on portraits that are ‘naturally lit’ &#... See full article

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How I Shot And Edited It Mesa Arch At Sunrise

Of the images I brought back from a trip to Utah’s Canyonlands and Arches National Parks this past Fall, the one above recieved the most comments and requests for info. For starters, this is a s... See full article

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Fat versus Tall: Why Wide Design Is Catching On

Knowing how to deliver images that play nicely with the current design trends is paramount for any working photographer. But why does one orientation work better than another? My friend Sohail breaks ... See full article

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15 Good Online Games that Are Addictive

Gaming is one of the most preferred entertainment channels, especially whenboredom gets overhead and not having a proper game in the time of need fuels the boredom and sometimes even blitz it to fru... See full article

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NatGeo veteran captures the extraordinary in the commonplace

National Geographic is world-renowned for some of the most spectacular photos ever taken and published. But when NatGeo veteran Jim Richardson heads off on assignment around the world or across Americ... See full article

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The Milky Way over Queenstown

The Newsletter Did you miss the latest Newsletter? It was a good one! Many people hit “reply” on the email, and it actually goes straight to my inbox… I read them all. We decided to ... See full article

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Popular Stories on Light Stalking, Photo of the Week and More!

Light Stalking has grown into a thriving community with close to a million people following us or seeing us online in one form or other, every month. In all of the hullabaloo, its easy to miss the ... See full article

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Fire to ice in Chicago

“About 200 firefighters battled to put out a massive fire at an empty warehouse in Chicago as glacial temperatures turned water to ice.” – Yahoo! News Photos from krum04, glundub... See full article

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27 Beautiful Black and White Portraits

Following are 27 beautiful black and white portraits to inspire you to take some portraits this week – enjoy! Click on images to learn more about it and the photographer behind it on their Flick... See full article

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Would You Die For The Photo? An Erie Peek at War Photography

I’m no photojournalist – but I have huge respect for those men and women who put themselves in dangerous zones, risking their lives, to show the world some of its most important (horrifyin... See full article

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