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1 subject + 6 photographers = 6 very different results.
.@Schoenberger_K brings the right amount of spook-factor to Poland's Crooked Forest.
ICYMI: These photographers share their #StayOutThere challenges to help mix up your routine.
This series makes a convincing case for non-long exposure waterfall photos:
Watch how @chrisburkard tackles sub-zero temps to capture the Arctic Swell in an epic way.…
Announcing updates for Lr CC & Lr 6, as well as restoring the previous import experience:
David duChemin gives us his perspective (no pun intended) on controlling your lines:
Jump into the wonders of freediving photography - no wetsuit required.
This fiery how-to from Dina Belenko will shed new light on your still life:
See what happens when Renaissance art meets Midwest auto shop: Photo by Freddy Fabris
.@robsesphoto has a knack for mixing a human touch into his landscape photos. Go exploring:
.@DavidBurdeny captures the Moscow and St. Petersburg Metro system emptied of passengers.
Travel through the waterways of Norway in a Kayak w/ Tomasz Furmanek's photos:
Using fireworks & long exposure photography Vitor Schietti created 'Impermanent Sculptures':
Watch the slow motion video behind Derrick Senior's photo: Totally worth the cleanup.
Check out @500px' one-word secret to better street photography: Photo by Petricor Photography
.@richsilverphoto's vertical panoramas just might give you vertigo:
Industrial designer by trade. Street photographer by travel: Photo by @HofmanPhotos
Create better black and white images before post-processing with @LightStalking's tips:
Don't miss the 2015 Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition: Photo by David Wrangborg
Watch the Day 2 keynote live from #AdobeMAX. Show starts in 5 minutes:
Watch the #AdobeMAX keynote online in 5 minutes. See the latest from @creativecloud LIVE:
The new Lightroom CC is available today & has updates for desktop, web & mobile. #AdobeMAX
Get inspired with these striking two-color black and blue photos: Photo by Paul Brackley
Jimmy Mcintyre sat in bird poop for two hours to get this shot. See why it was worth it:

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