To all the hard working photographers and the people like me out there, who's also hard working, but unfortunately not at photography.You deserve a cold one.Take a break and have one...it can't hurt, unless that calls another one, then there might be trouble brewing.So, for today, at a very special price I can offer you an ice cold Tui. or you might prefer something else like a Export Gold lager.. the choice is yours, have one, it's on me, or have both. You'l be glad that... continue reading
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Today, I've reached my 100th sale and I'm totally excited about it. Incidentally, the picture in question goes pretty well with a moment of celebration :-) I've joined Dreamstime about a year and a half ago, and I haven't regretted it for a second. It takes quit some time and effort to build a portfolio, so I'd better keep my daytime job. But I'm not complaining, since this is the view I get when driving to work (and also my latest upload) : My next target will be getting that approval... continue reading
Here's a short video on how to photograph shiny glass objects, like this golfer beer glass, without getting the glare on the front.Click here to view the video: How to Photograph a Beer Glass• Use a piece of white poster board curved up the back with black strips on either side that will be out of the frame.• You will need a floodlight or a strobe that you can aim on to the background only.• Grab your favorite beer glass and a brand of beer that comes in a clear bottle.... continue reading
Recently I was at a really funny race. Some guys tinkered from a beer crate a racing machine. Equipped with a motor, but according to rules came here with no brakes real racing beer crates on the street. Some racers were equipped with about 30 horsepowers, bringing it about speed to 100 km / h. Even a delirium of speed, then someone who just can slow down with the shoes.But for the audience it was an exciting race. I can only recommend to visit such a race if you have the chance. continue reading
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