Well, I am just so thrilled and have to share.When I logged onto my account I was so excited to find that one of my photographs had received Editors Choice.What an honour to be included among some of the most truly amazing images in this section. I was not expecting it and I did a little happy dance , literally, when I found out.Even shared it on Facebook!I have been a member of Dreamstime now for 2 years, almost exactly, and what a wonderful time it has been.I would like to take this... continue reading
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Insects are an especially challenging subject to photograph for several reasons.They're small and flighty, which poses a need for balance between depth of field and fast shutter speed while trying to get close enough for a full-frame shot without startling the subject out of its momentary repose.For the butterfly pictured, a Zephyr Anglewing (Polygonia gracilis zephyrus) subspecies of the Hoary Comma (Polygonia gracilis), I found such a balance by taking advantage of the bright midday sunlight.... continue reading
Photographing children can be rewarding and challenging. It is 10% technical ability and 90% psychology. If I knew that my job, for the remainder of my life, would depend exclusively on photographing children - and - I was given a choice between the very best camera equipment or a complete understanding of the psyche of children, I would choose a shoebox and a strip of film.There are a number of techniques that can be used to change the mood of a child. But why would you want to do that? You... continue reading
Photography to some seems like a simple job to hold the camera and snap away. Perhaps to third parties who are not proficient in photography themselves.However, little did they know what photographers do outdoor can be challenging if not as tired as some exercises.It is always best to travel light if we're travelling that is to say however, in order to achieve the photos we desire and the photos we aim to create, sometimes it is necessary to bring all the important (and heavy) gears along.... continue reading
It amazes me everytime I line up a shot what a mental process it is. There is so much to think about...the light,framing of the photo,camera settings,the subject,foreground,background,the weather,attention span of your model(s)...and the list goes on. Now I am not saying that I don't ever point and shoot but I really enjoy putting my brain in gear for the challenging image.Anyone else out there enjoy the brain/camera workout? continue reading
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