Ole Henrik Skjelstad proves that patience is key when you want to capture that spectacular moment. The landscape photographer walks us through how he shot, then stitched together, this scene of a mountain waterfall at sunset.
Tommy Ingberg shows us that you don’t need to be a Photoshop wizard to create a realistic montage. As he explains, all you need is some basic knowledge of the tools, a good idea and some creativity when it comes to photographing your source images.
Fashion photographer Lindsay Adler teams up with costume and jewelry designer Lory Sun and hair and makeup artist Johnny Gonzales to create these bold, rich, and completely eye-catching portraits. Here’s a look behind the scenes of the shoot.
Here’s how Minnesota photographer Brent Cizek captured the adorable photo of a Common Merganser mother with dozens of cute baby ducklings. The story not only includes how he got the shot, but updates on the growing family!
Pro divers Wendy Timmermans and Guillaume Bihet travel the world taking underwater photos and have spent some of their greatest moments under foreign seas. Here’s how they got one of their most memorable shots in the Cenotes of Yucatan, Mexico.
Brett Abernethy had intended to capture some beautiful shots of the Northern Lights from Banff National Park, but what he got instead sent him into viral fame. Here’s how Brett got this once-in-a-lifetime shot of a fireball meteorite.
When Laura Williams shared her Invisible photo on Tumblr, it unexpectedly and immediately went viral. Years later, it’s still massively popular. Here’s how Laura got the shot that made the front page of Reddit and now has over 1.1 million views on Flickr.
Adam Schallau is an expert in photographing the Grand Canyon during monsoon season, a dangerous but beautiful period between June and September. Here’s how he captured an incredible lightning-filled stormy sky over the iconic confluence.
Elgin Park is the perfect small town, where there’s still a milkman, a bagboy at the local grocer, a cinema in the town center. But, it isn’t real. See how Michael Paul Smith created this life-like, wholesome mid-20th century American town.
Urban sports photographer Leo Rosas uses his love of skateboarding as a focus for his work. He has shot in some unique locations in cities around the world and today, Leo explains how he captured one risky shot of a skateboarder on a busy Budapest bridge.
Armed with only a camera and a sense of adventure, Wes Eisenhauer finds beauty and inspiration in the unlikeliest places. Here, Wes explains how he took this ninja-like reflection shot of himself jumping over a puddle, with a steel factory as the backdrop.
For this behind the scenes look at how they got the shot, Liquid Drop Artist Corrie White explains how she captures macro water drop photography. She goes into great detail about how she was able to get this awesome shot of a water drop inside a bubble.
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