As I wrote in the previous blog, I started to be an active contributor 2 years after creating my account in 2011. Since April 2011, it seems that the dream is still on. This picture of Amsterdam is my last success story. I have seen this picture from another contributor and from another agency but I couldn't where is the exact location. Later on, I discovered that it is a terrace of a famous hotel. Then, I decided to write an email likely throwing a message in a bottle on the sea requesting... continue reading
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That's my question for now,how to get access with a dSLR into places like malls and the likes without a pass or ID?and to make it even more challenging, all this in a place where people think that photographic equipment is worse than a loaded shotgun...I never had this problem on the country side or on public events but when it comes to dealing with city folks it's a whole new story.It's not the first time when I was told to buzz off by random buyers from a PUBLIC market after taking 2... continue reading
After spending some time in Beijing and shooting several Olympic events I have to give some praise to China for how well they handled the masses. Specifically freelance photographers with no press credentials were treated quite well.The volunteer staff was very friendly and helpful. Despite all the security checks, I never felt like livestock being herded around like I so often do in western airports and high security events.There were very few restrictions on cameras and I was even able to get... continue reading
I just signed up through www.webphotoschool.com and the lessons are great! They have plans ranging from $9.99 for 1 month and access to all lessons, 3 months $24.99, 6 months $44.99, and $79.99 for 1 year, access to all lessons and instructor interaction. I went ahead and subscribed for a year. I'm a human interaction education addict! lolI'm also about to take a stock photography class through www.betterphoto.com/, this is the class description, 7 spots left: stock photography boot camp. continue reading
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