As I have admitted before I am addicted to photography and will go almost anywhere and pay whatever it takes to get interesting,preferably unique,images.Living in Inverness there has been publicity for some time about the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open Golf Championship and because today it was not raining I decided to go and get some great pictures of internationally celebrated Golfers. I thought this being Summertime play would go on until late evening. Wrong. Last tee off was said... continue reading
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I would like to dedicate this post to the makers of Inkscape - the wonderfulvector illustrator program that has been a great asset in my creative journey. This along with GIMP,an image manipulation software, forms a free and formidable combination that helps amateurs like me have fun inthis exciting world of digital art.When I think about the amount of hours these people have spent in making these softwares and about the times of frustration and failurethey might surely have known, it continue reading
A few weeks ago I was fortunate enough to capture some pretty decent shots of seagulls. Nothing earth shattering but I liked them. I played around with the second one in PhotoShop because I liked the fact that the bird was looking right at you and the pose was very dramatic.Here are the images I made:To my surprise and delight these three images reached level 2 in less then 5 days. I guess it didn't hurt that it was just before Easter, but they are still selling well now. It just goes... continue reading
A time as simple as it can get, is your friend and also your foe.An intangible factor, an asset or liability?To me, time is essential in photography not just about getting shots done within a given time but more specifically, working for time.Time is limited, time is recycled every 24hrs, but every recycling is a totally different scenario.Capturing the moment, that is time. Freezing a sporting athlete in his motion, that is time.Some moments just come and go and if we are not... continue reading
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