Ultraviolet Macro Photography with Flowers

Ultraviolet photography is something that relatively few photographers explore, but it’s a fascinating realm to wander around in.

Much of my photography revolves around the world that we cannot see with our own eyes. This “unseen world” approach can make otherworldly beautiful images from everyday ordinary subjects. Using light beyond our own spectrum is a great way to start these explorations – enter the world of ultraviolet fluorescence photography.

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Noah Christensen
Rock Steady While the Sky Shakes: Fireworks Photography on Independence Day

It’s time for our great nation to celebrate its independence in the best way we know how, blowing stuff up. There are many ways to enjoy the holiday! You might get together with friends and family for your local fireworks show, travel to celebrate in your closest city, or go out, like me, to a tourist destination or theme park. Regardless of your destination, the Fourth of July is an opportune time to grab your camera and capture some amazing images with long exposure photography.

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Noah Christensen
The North at Night

The tail of the Arctic Fox whipping across the night sky certainly is a sight to behold, and one Dave Wiliams recommends everybody sees at least once in a lifetime. Dave is a travel photographer who loves the cold and has a particular penchant for the Arctic and Scandi countries. He’s in a lucky position in that he sees the northern lights several times each season. He’ll qualify his use of the word ‘luck’ in that statement by pointing out that luck is a combination of preparation and opportunity, and he prepares hard so that when the opportunity arises, he has that luck.

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Noah Christensen