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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

"Make You Look Like Taylor" Taylor Swift Blank Space Parody

22 Photos to Make You Fall in Love With Foxes – PictureCorrect

22 Photos to Make You Fall in Love With Foxes – PictureCorrect

Capturing the Rugged Lives of Patagonia's Gauchos

A day in the life of a National Geographic photographer.





Why Good Photography is Like Good Cooking

"Keira Knightly said it best when she stated that photographers that worked with film often see the person more so than the image that pops on their LCD screen. And because of that, many film shooters try to put as much work into making the scene perfect before they even decide to press the shutter button."



Read more at http://www.thephoblographer.com/2014/12/29/good-photography-like-good-cooking/#7gACukmkcyvpp76Q.99

Why Good Photography is Like Good Cooking

The Phoblographer's Introductory Guide to the Histogram

The Phoblographer's Introductory Guide to the Histogram

10 Things Photographers Should Learn from Stand up Comedians

Pretty good advice here.



10 Things Photographers Should Learn from Stand up Comedians

JPL | News | Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres

Scheduled arrival is March 6, 2015



JPL | News | Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres

JPL | News | NASA Finds Good News on Forests and Carbon Dioxide

Good news on the global warming front.



JPL | News | NASA Finds Good News on Forests and Carbon Dioxide

EarthSky's meteor shower guide for 2015 | Astronomy Essentials | EarthSky

FYI



EarthSky's meteor shower guide for 2015 | Astronomy Essentials | EarthSky

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Superfluid helium

Mushroom macros take Australian fungi photographer to Moscow - ABC North Coast NSW - Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Mushroom macros take Australian fungi photographer to Moscow - ABC North Coast NSW - Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Droplet lens technology opens microscopy to the masses

Tumuch Lake Picture -- Canada Photo -- National Geographic Photo of the Day

Island in the Sky

Photograph by Shane Kalyn


Tumuch Lake Picture -- Canada Photo -- National Geographic Photo of the Day

Dog on a Roomba - Holiday Edition!!

An Inside Look at How We Judge Photo Contests

magine scrolling past each and every single image to find the awesome ones. Once these are found, they’re opened up in another tab. When all of the photos have been looked at, I move on to my selections and weed out the weakest images. I used to judge the contests solo, but in recent times I’ve brought Managing Editor Julius Motal on to help. With the Phottix portrait contest, we looked at the final batch together and made a decision. In fact, he picked the winning image and I supported his decision.
In general, what happens is I scroll past images and find the ones that stand out at me. When images are that small as you see in the lead image of this article, something needs to be truly uncanny to stick out. Typically, we find around 20 or so uncanny images.


An Inside Look at How We Judge Photo Contests

How to spot the International Space Station | Earth | EarthSky

How to spot the International Space Station | Earth | EarthSky

Trans Siberian Orchestra - Full Christmas Album

Trans Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Eve and Other Stories - Full Album