"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" - Juliet in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare.What the great bard wrote is probably true, but in the world of stock photography, a customer looking for a photo of a rose probably wouldn’t be very satisfied if all he found is a picture of a tulip. Naming things correctly and unambiguously is important. You will want to differentiate your flowers from everyone else’s flowers.Now, unless you are a botanist or horticulturist by trade,... continue reading
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Today, almost a year later, my natural, not modified vegetables were on sale :)I am very glad to it, but nevertheless a year later. I shall not understand, what all like to eat the modified, hothouse products?I specially did not do luster on a photo what to show - vegetables are grown up in natural conditions. Without application of genic technologies and nitrates.Vegetables have been photographed, literally, in 15 minutes after have been broken. Tomatoes juicy and tasty, cucumbers - crackling,... continue reading
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