Have you ever taken a totally random photo and realized, seconds later, that you had created an almost professional image? If the answer is yes, you know very well that it is a wonderful feeling, because it can make us feel a bit like missed photographers.
Nowadays, with good quality photographic technology more and more readily available to everyone, it is really easy to create small masterpieces. The twenty people who have shared their photos with the world, who have nothing to envy to those obtained by a professional photographer, know something about it. Natural landscapes, lucky angles, perfect timing: check out these fascinating photos!
#1. I immortalized Amsterdam under the snow in a perfect postcard setting
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#2. Corfe Castle, England: it seems overwhelmed by the clouds of dawn
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#3. Byron Bay Lighthouse in Australia featured in a near perfect photo!
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#4. The satisfaction of having taken such a photo can only be enormous!
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#5. A moment before touching the water: a brilliant photo and perfect timing!
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#6. This is not a professional photo, but just a photo of someone who knows how to capture their dog’s best moments!
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#7. An enchanting landscape …
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#8. Autumn in all its magical beauty.
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#9. Looks like a painting, but it’s not: what you see in the photo is my wife at our daughter’s wedding.
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#10. These flowers were imprisoned in a real “armor” of ice: isn’t that incredible?
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#11. The exact moment a seagull eclipses the setting sun …
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#12. A fascinating light phenomenon captured in Fairbanks, Alaska.
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#13. Sometimes you just need to grab the right scene at the right time!
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#14. This sunlit rock looks like a huge glowing ball sticking out of the sea!
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#15. A Japanese maple immortalized at night.
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#16. This opening in the fence seems to have been made for the photo!
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#17. I put my phone’s camera in “portrait” mode and that’s how he grabbed a fire in a campsite.
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#18. Taken with a simple smartphone: luck and bravery!
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#19. Something disturbing and at the same time fascinating is my cup of coffee in this photo
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#20. Boston at Dusk: Looks like one of those wallpaper photos, but it’s not professionally done at all!
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Have you ever taken “by chance” photos that look professional in every way?