This year has ended on a good note. I have now achieved over 1500 images on line and sales reaching over 250, so I am well pleased.Although I concentrate most of my images on food photography such as this fish and chips picture: I also use other areas of interest such as architectural pictures: This image also won a competition entry for me. I always take my camera on holiday with me, as I never want to miss the chance to get a useful image, such as this one of the Eiffel tower: I... continue reading
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Today, six of my photos, series of "Modern Living in Australia" were sold.Hope architectural photos are still in demand.All the shots were taken on moving boat. I was lucky enough because it was a bright sunny day that allow me to shoot with reasonably fast speed (1/500), Aperture f/8.0 and ISO 100.All shoots were in RAW mode and post processing in LR.Thank you very much. continue reading
Like many of you, I regularly check my sales. On most occasions I read with pleasure a sale of one of my food images such as, for $0.25, which gives me a sense of pride.Imagine my surprise and joy when I looked at my sales to see a sale of $3.75 for one of my images of Birmingham library. Hopefully this will lead to an increase in sales of my architectural images. continue reading
In the past I mainly did landscape photography. In recent years I started to take more cityscape and portrait pictures. I really enjoy taking pictures in the cities I visit. It is nice to somehow capture the character of a city. Actually the picture below of Maastricht at night was the first picture I submitted to Dreamstime. It has been selling quite well, it is now a level 4 picture.The last architectural picture sold is of Versailles. A wonderful place to be.In the meantime, I submitted... continue reading
This is a typical Chinese architectural style. Chinese people like red lanterns lighting at night may also have auspicious meaning, so people like to put it hanging in the doorway.This photo due to the brightness of the sky and the house is not the same, I'm late to improve the brightness of the shadows so that the luminance of the same photograph, while increasing the saturation point, make colors more vivid.Photo Location: Yunnan Province, China continue reading
This is China Tiantan Park, this picture is the landmark building, built in 1420. It is a 32.72 meter diameter circular building, gold treasure blue tile three saving spire, layers of income, total 38 meters high. The hall has 28 large columns nanmu, inner four root meaning of four seasons, the middle of a circle of 12 root meaning 12 months. Here every day, there are a lot of world to tourists to visit, because here is to visit Beijing attractions worth.This palace is the role of worship God, because... continue reading
With its blue skies and grandeur, Madrid seems indeed to be the next best thing to heaven, as an old Spanish saying tells us De Madrid, Al Cielo.The city breathes with rich history and a mix of architectural styles such as mudejar, baroque, renaissance, neoclassical, romanesque and modernism.A brief historyMadrid architecture has been influenced by dynasties that ruled over the city. Plaza Mayor is the living testimony of the style of architecture during the Habsburg dynasty of 16th and... continue reading
I have updated my collection on Architectural Wonders of Iran. Please enjoy this visual journey into the Architectural Wonders of IranIf you have any images for this collection, please send me the IDs.Many thanks!Caroline continue reading
‘If you have travelled to Esfahan, you have seen Half of the World’. It is easy to agree with this famous 16th century proverb seeing the beauty and grandeur of the city Esfahan, one of the places I have visited during a trip to Iran.Its glory, architectural masterpieces and magic views are indeed stunning. The domeswhich dominate the skyline of the city look like glittering gems reflecting the sunlight.Palaces, mosques, bridges, bazaars and gardens are a pleasure for the eye; a paradise... continue reading
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