Hey Everyone, who are experts and passionate about photography.To introduce myself ,I'm an amateur in this photography field.But I have a lot of passion towards the photography.Well mostly I do not do any post production.Well I just want to try and get the shot of natures or objects as they are.I've tried some shots and uploaded and uploading my best picks without much post production.I'm thinking something out of box.here a pineapple ,well an exceptional pinnapple which caught the eyes... continue reading
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PART 2: THE SOLUTION FOR DOING SEO FOR IMAGES “I’m going to give you less than 30 seconds to draw a picture of a tree. Go.”Running a sketch meetup group, I prompted a café full of extremely creative artists with this, and do you know what happened? I got the same stuff back from each person: a lollipop broccoli tree. That was when I informed them how they could have drawn an evergreen tree, a bonsai, a branch, leaf, fruit, or seed, the roots at the bottom, a squirrel or owl in... continue reading
PART 1: THE PROBLEM WITH SEO FOR IMAGES “What’s in the box?”This question is asked by Brad Pitt’s character, Detective David Mills, in the 1995 neo-noir crime thriller movie, Se7en. As viewers, we never get to see the answer, what was actually in the box. Although the criminal, John Doe (Kevin Spacey), tells us, it’s Mills’ wife’s head, he could have been lying. There are other clues to help us guess: the movie genre and rating, the pattern of deaths having to do with... continue reading
It's fine to take the Post Card photographs, those beautiful scenes no one can resist and everyone takes.But it's especially fun to think outside the box and capture unique photographs.While photographing Canadian geese, I was fascinated by their huge, black webbed feet and was thinking how great I could swim if I had feet like those. Of course it would make buying shoes a challenge!This photograph is quirky, weird and captures attention. Big, black webbed feet of the Canadian... continue reading
Or can I say triple milestones. Yes, three milestones.First, I am celebrating my one year of registering on DT as a contributor. On the 22nd of March 2013, I registered as a contributor on Dreamstime. Since then, I have beinguploading to Dreamstime which led to the second milestone of two hundred photos in my portfolio.Achieving this 200 photos, I had to apply all the skills I learnt here from a family of fellow photographers that are too willing to render constructive criticism. At first,... continue reading
Really great sound box, workmanship is very good. First time I saw such a great sound box, great! ! ! continue reading
Since the last 7+ years I am associated with one of the leading advertising agencies of Pakistan and since my start I was listening one common phrase from all my clients (my apologies to all my past and current clients) i.e. we want something ‘OUT OF THE BOX (OFTB)’ and believe me client love to use this phrase even when you are designing a 5ft X 10ft banner.The most interesting part is when you ask them to please define Out of the Box the replies you get are “do SOMEthing yaar” etc etc... continue reading
It is often suggested that beauty shoots should be lit with big, soft lights.But what if you can't fit those big light modifiers in the room?As was the case for this project.With space constraint,I decided that I can use that small space to my advantage.Instead of brining in big light modifiers,I turned that small space into some sort of a giant light tent.We covered the walls on each side and at the back of our subject with white styrofoam and bounced light off them....voila!... continue reading
To take pictures of small items, I constructed a simple light box using white A4 papers.The crude sample of the box links hereNext put it on a glass coffee table.I used two flashes, one aiming the lights from below to eliminate shadows and illuminate the object/ A4 box bottom part.I aimed the other one from above the A4 box as fill in flash to light up the object. For seamless look, slide in unfold A4 paper to fit in the box and put the object on it.Finally,I use Lightroom to... continue reading
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