A few weeks ago, I was walking around a pond behind my office, camera in hand, and I observed a real family feud! Two Canada Goose families were resting near each other in the shade. As I approached, the goslings were startled and ran down helter skelter into the pond, the two groups of goslings getting mixed together in the process. Almost immediately, one of the parents of the smaller goslings began to chase and attack the larger goslings. This prompted a parent of the larger goslings to fly... continue reading
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The Nikon D810 is the second generation of Nikon’s D800 line and brings some great improvements over the original D800/800e series. The new sensor’s improved low light performance combined with the lack of a low pass filter give sharp crisp images, and the overall function of the camera has been sped up and refined over the D800.The D810 is my go to camera for just about every situation, from food and product photography, to portraits, landscapes and photo journalism, the D810 performs.The beauty... continue reading
YOU NOTICE THAT IT IS REALLY DIFFICULT TO GET FLOWERS ACCEPTED ON DREAMSTIME?Do you notice it is even more of a challenge to get them sold?I challenge all the photographers on here to send the most exotic flowers you have on your portfolio right now that have not sold yet put them together here on this blog so designers can find all of the cool exotic flowers in one batch so we stand out from the millions of files that nobody seems to notice because there is so many same old same old in a... continue reading
In anticipation of this very special Canada Day, the country’s 150th birthday, why not celebrate by learning about 10 great things Canada gave to the world?1. Basketball James Naismith, who was born in Almonte, Ontario, Canada, was working at the International Young Men’s Christian Association Training School in Springfield, Massachusetts, invented basketball in 1891 as a way to keep his students active during the winter. He is also credited with designing the first football... continue reading
Edmonton is a city where tourists often begin or end their journey on the Canadian Rocki Mountains. It is a vast city, though with a very small number of inhabitants. Many urban parks are located here, and after recreational greens on the banks of the Saskatchewan River, you can bike or walk for days.It is precisely in this regard that the people involved in photography can count on many interesting topics. You can photograph both nature and architecture and typical street life (Street Photo). So,... continue reading
Banff is a tourist spot in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It is a favorite resting place for both Canadian tourists and tourists from all over the world.The Rocky Mountains are incredibly picturesque, so for those who like to photograph landscapes they are an incredibly interesting destination. The mountains are known to be photographed at any time of the year and under severe weather conditions. This gives you tremendous creative possibilities and anyone who comes here will certainly not regret... continue reading
Vancouver is a city in western Canada in the province of British Columbia. It lies at the mouth of the Fraser River to the Pacific Ocean.Vancouver has evolved as a city of many other small wharves and whalebreads and lacrosse settlements on the west coast of Canada. Port is the most important place and heart of the entire agglomeration.It is an interesting multicultural and colorful city where you can have a nice time on both the beaches in the very center of the city and in one of the 180 parks.... continue reading
Every year Canada celebrates the anniversary of the July 1, 1867 enactment of the Constitution Act, then called the British North America Act.July 1 is the national day of Canada called Canada Day and referred to as "Canada's birthday".This year 2017, Canada celebrates the 150th anniversary. Prior to European colonization by French and British,various aboriginal people had inhabited what is now Canada. In present days, Canada is truly a multicultural country and a collection of several... continue reading
A photographic journey through Eastern Canada. From historic streets of French speaking province of Quebec and its metropolitan Montreal to diversity of Ontario and charm of Lake Ontario and Niagara Falls: Iconic landmarks, symbols of Canadian democracy and wealth, unexplored landscapes and nature – this is Canada. Montreal: The creative heart of Canada, cradle of French Canadian heritage, home of Celine Dion, Cirque du Soleil, Bombardier, Bell Canada,... continue reading
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