All photografy is motion, this is a little funny, but you see this motion by image, the composition is very important.For me, this my photo represent this motion.I did a campaing for the cause of abandoned dogs and this is the my best photo with a dog in the rail.null continue reading
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Hello everybody! I want to share your photos. Summer is in full swing. And after work I'm going to ride a bikeI am driving past a farm with cows I see a kitten playing in a clearing in a small village The horse to walk in the pasture Beautiful daffodils bloom in the garden Neighbors gather honey and in the evening I see off the sun and how you spend this summer? continue reading
Hello Everyone!Well I have been photographing wildlife for little over five years and recently have been working on a collection of images capturing the connection between animals. There is something truly unique when developing a unique style portraying a story and connection between wildlife. After many hours in the bush I can easily say that the images with the most impact are the ones with one subject interacting with another. Eye contact is not always the focus point but... continue reading
For urban dweller trip to the countryside is a great way to spend a weekend, walk in nature and take pictures. Especially beautiful in summer - green fields and meadows, rural landscape and various farm animals. From a distance, have noticed meadow with wild flowers and charming baby piglets with a large pig. Away near the forest grazing cow and few horses with foals. We saw a herd of goats on the road, I did not have time to shoot, but one goat was left in the forest and willingly... continue reading
Having always put aside a % of my stock earnings to animal welfare NGOs, this time is a bit different. I recently got an entry accepted to the assignment, if by any chance it gets to one of the top 3 positions, the prize money will go to BETA :)BETA (Beirut for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is currently going through crisis. I quote:"Our shelter, the only official refuge in the country caring for hundreds of dogs and cats is facing one of its biggest challenges to date: In 10 days, our... continue reading
In wildlife photography the best image almost never happens with the first exposure, sometimes we have to wait for the situation to develop.Watching and waiting after you grab your first exposure can yield the better result.Raccoons are mostly nocturnal animals, so sitting in a park for lunch, I was surprised to see a raccoon climb onto a park trash can.I took my insurance shot. While I was being watched by this curious raccoon, I waited without moving for the next shot. I watched... continue reading
Visiting a zoo is indeed a very wonderful experience. During my son's school holidays we visited a famous zoo here in Australia. It is the Australia Zoo located in a peaceful town of Beerwah in Queensland.This zoo is huge at a size of about 40 hectares. They have a transport system inside the zoo as the place is so huge it will take you longer if you prefer to walk around the place.The zoo have a wide range of birds, mammals and reptiles. There are also exhibits that gives you more information... continue reading
Taking a walk in the woods with my true friend - Shepherd, we often see grazing horses.My first photos were taken on a smartphone camera, which was handy for quick shooting. Later I began always take for a walk my working camera. And also pieces of sugar for animals, some were afraid to approach, but others are gladly accept the gift and willingly posed. Thanks to these forest walks I had a whole series of photos - nature and animals.Advise all take the camera if possible,... continue reading
One of the most important keys to getting good photos of farm animals is understanding the animal you're working with and knowing its environment.The following photo was originally taken for an assignment demonstrating ways to use up produce that would otherwise be wasted. We regularly feed vegetable scraps to our pigs and chickens which is a great use for something that might otherwise get thrown away.I decided I wanted to use the pigs for this photo and then planned accordingly. I chose... continue reading
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