September 29, 2020

Photographer Shares the Story Behind Viral Photo of the Moon Perfectly Centered Behind a Tree

Swiss photographer Bernd Nowack has a profound love for the great outdoors. In fact, he can often be found wandering through the Sihlwald forest, where he's able to appreciate nature's details. He is also a fan of capturing the transition between night and day, which led to one of his most viral photographs—a full moon captured in perfect symmetry behind a solitary tree on a hilltop.

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September 25, 2020

Photographer Captures Unique Image of the Moon Disguised as Saturn

Guatemalan photographer Francisco Sojuel was already having an incredible evening as he climbed the Acatenango volcano. It was Christmas Eve 2019 and he'd settled in at the basecamp when he noticed something breathtaking in the night sky. In the early morning hours, just before sunrise, Sojuel looked up and saw the Moon surrounded by a ring of clouds. Incredibly, the clouds made it look like the Moon was “dressing up” like Saturn.

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September 20, 2020

Photographer Preserves the Forgotten Beauty of Abandoned Sites Around the UK

Photographer Matt Emmett loves exploring locations that have long been ignored. Using his picture taking, he helps unlock the hidden mysteries of these spaces and brings renewed attention to areas that have otherwise been “lost.” And while the British photographer is used to traveling to the far-flung corners of Europe for his explorations, lately he’s been finding inspiration closer to home.

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September 11, 2020

Cyanotype: The Photographic Process That “Blue” Everyone Away 170 Years Ago

The word “photography” derives from the Greek words for light (phōs) and drawing (graphé). So, it's safe to say that inventors and photographers have developed many innovative ways of “drawing with light.” One method that was introduced in the 19th century is cyanotype photography—an early photographic process known for the brilliant blue (cyan) hue of the final print.

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