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1001 Images!

1001 imagesIt’s been 3 years, and my goal was to have 1000 images in 12 months! It’s not as easy as you’d think! But being a stock photographer/vector artist has taught me so much! It’s forced me to expand my talents, look for new things, explore new ideas and be just a little more bold. It also showed me what not to do (there are enough flowers and squirrels out there, thank you very much) - and enabled me to tap the creativity I was born with. These days, I only submit the best of... continue reading

Bird Photography on a Budget (Part 2)

In part one of this series I talked about bird photography and photography in general as a blending of knowledge, pre-image visualization and gear which when used properly will result in better photographs of the subject. I also talked about my recommendations for a great starting lens on a budget. In this weeks blog I am going to discuss what makes a good choice in a camera body for the budding bird photographer and yet will not break the bank.The idea with these series of blogs is to weekly keep... continue reading

Paris, France

I wasn't supposed to visit Paris at this time. It happened just after the Catholic Easter in April this year (2008). I was planning to visit my family in Romania during these free days. My wife's mother was in Paris for visiting, and my wife was supposed to return from Romania to meet her mother for a few days in Paris, while I should have stayed a little bit more in Timisoara, Romania. I was supposed to make the trip to Romania by car, but in the days around our departure date, a serious snow period... continue reading

Clay Studio Wall

As I continue to go in a counter direction of most professionally oriented contributors in microstock, I have decided to forgo the sensible white studio wall and turn my space into what I call a "living" studio. My "studio" is actually our empty master bedroom It's a fairly large room, but still much too small to be a very useful shooting space...I've worked in some grand spaces, gotten spoiled by vast coves, and stretches of hardwood lit by bays of old windows in downtown lofts...As I've reduced... continue reading

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