1. Go with the flow then stop at the most empty looking corner. The biggest treasures are in the most unexpected spots.2. Do not hunt for these iconic places, find new places you can make iconic!3. Look up, look down, look behind you, bend, crawl, jump, lie down, go to your knees, try to learn how to fly – use the skills of a literally flexible photographer.4. Pick a theme. Make a story. Brainstorm. Create an album in your mind in advance.5. Keep your camera always close to you, as you never know... continue reading
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My first year on Dreamstime as a new photogrpaher and and I've realised just how quickly the time passes! I was a novice photographer when I joined and I think, to be fair, I'm still in that category, although I'd like to think that the photos have improved in this time.First approved photo.So, what has happened in the year? I joined with no illusions of making lots of money but when the first sale came, it was such a great feeling. I've achieved some... continue reading
To see what a city really is you need some days but so happened that I had only 12 hours to walk around Ekaterinburg - the capital of South Urals. Though - I had enough time to see something. You can see both modern and historical buildings very close to each other. continue reading
After reading Tangle's blog (Carmen Pietraru): 'Best Sellers of 2014' and seeing that one of my images was included as a top seller, I decided to have a look at my personal best sellers of the last 12 months.So here are the results..... 'My top 10 best selling Dreamstime images of the last 12 months' ...... *My Top Seller - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil... continue reading
Hi folks,Back in the field again after a long break. This article is about a bird of prey:LESSER KESTREL - FALCO NAUMANNIIt is a small bird of prey, 27–33 cm in length with a 63–72 cm wingspan. It looks very much like the larger common kestrel but has proportionally shorter wings and tail. It shares a brown back and barred grey underparts with the larger species. The male has a grey head and tail like male common kestrels, but lacks the dark spotting on the back, the black malar stripe,... continue reading
How To Paint a Stormy Sky with Corel Painter 12 softwareCheck out digital artist, Aaron Rutten's latest video tutorial on YouTube featuring his easy-to-followtechnique for painting a stormy sky, rain and clouds using Corel Painter 12 software.You can also apply this technique to version 11 of Painter or even Photoshop.link: WATCH How To Paint a Stormy Sky with Corel Painter 12 on YouTubeWebsite: Aaron Rutten's Digital Art Gallery continue reading
How To Paint a Sunset Sky with Corel Painter 12 softwareCheck out Aaron's latest video tutorial on YouTube featuring an easy-to-followtechnique for painting a warm sunset or sunrise sky and clouds with Corel Painter 12 software.You can also apply this technique to version 11 of Painter or even Photoshop.link: WATCH How To Paint a Sunset Sky with Corel Painter 12 on YouTubeWebsite: Aaron Rutten's Digital Art Gallery continue reading
How To Paint Trees & Grass with Corel Painter 12Check out Aaron Rutten's free tutorial on YouTube featuring his easy-to-followtechnique for painting grass and trees with Corel Painter 12 software.link: WATCH Painting Trees & Grass with Corel Painter on YouTubeWebsite: Aaron Rutten's Digital Art Gallery continue reading
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