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How to find great shots on the road: See a choice in the everyday life, not only tick off famous landmarks

We all know it: We look forward to visit a famous landmark and we do not have eyes for the very typical things that happens directly beside us. That’s how it was to me when I travelled. We originally planned to come in permitted time to the next designated target but then we had some small experiences. Allow me to introduce by way of example motifs shot from little market places with very characteristic/traditional offer and not special offering for tourists. Sometimes we decided to stop and... continue reading

Three selections in the editors choice at the same time

For the first time, I had several pictures of a same destination in the DT Editor's Choice!Last November, I went for a 16-days journeys to Rajasthan, India, with a few photographers friends, from Jaipur to Udaipur, with in aim to be in Pushkar for the Camel Fair and in Bundi for the Festival. We visit also Jodhpur, the blue city, Jaisalmer, at the door of the desert, Ranakpur and Udaipur.I had my two cameras Canon 1DX and 7D with 24-105 and 100-400 L Series Lenses and I brought... continue reading

Mirrorless vs dSLR

It has been more than 10 years since the first mirrorless camera was introduced. At that point, no one would predict that the popularity of mirrorless cameras would grow so fast. Nowadays, mirrorless systems are using a large portion of camera market, both for amateur and professional photographers. I will try to present most of their advantages and drawbacks compared to dSLR systems, so you can choose more easily between the two systems.CAMERA SIZEThis is something you will notice immediately before... continue reading

What Is The Best Camera Choice When Travelling On-Board?

 Hello everyone,I have a question. What is the best camera choice when travelling (including on-board)? Compact camera, DSLR, or bridge cameras? (Did you read this article? The question is anent this article : "Travel Photography" Tips)Please not hesitate for leaving a comment (your opinions) about this. If you want to leave a comment, please consider this subjects:1) Easy handling2) Visibility on people (and stewardess!)3) Quality of photos4) Ready for taking photos (speed)... continue reading

Photos that stand out.

Being fairly new to photography, I look at a great many photos of on Dreamstime, to try and learn from different people, some of them also beginners but also those that have thousands of uploads (and downloads too)Sometimes, I'll see a photo and it immediately say's "Yes" to me because it has that certain something. I know others will not agree with these choices but it's about that initial reaction. Anyway, here are some of those photos that (to me) have made me think "I wish I'd taken that"... continue reading

Editors Choice

After joining DT 8 years ago, I have constantly become more critical over my images and taking better shots.Over the past couple of years I have concentrated on Reptiles and Falconry, meeting some fantastic people along the way.I have just noticed that an image of mine has been awarded the status of Editor's Choice -Chameleon Holding OnA fantastic Chameleon holding onto a branch, thank you to the wildlife, the studio and also to the Editor for choosing one of my images.  continue reading

Editor's Choice

Thank you for the opportunity to announce that my work Young Women On Meadow Sunset recognized as the editor's choice. It is good to know that the hard work and time I'm putting on my illustrations is appreciated. I'm honored, flattered and humbled.   I also like to share my previous work that earned Editor's Choice which I didn't bloged about. Castle In The Night is also result of a hard work - its actually fourth version of the same matte painting study after lots of trial and error... continue reading

My 2nd Editors' Choice

From my latest bicycle series:One got to be an Editors' Choice:    and I'm very happy about it :) Thank you! continue reading

Your personal favourite

I am curious to see people's personal favourite images. These need not be the best technically or the most commercial but just the picture which for whatever reason you have a soft spot for. I will kick off with my own...not an easy choice but one I like because of the light and shadows in what was quite a simple image.                        The SlowWalkers selection                       Physi28 selection              ... continue reading

Celebrating over 1000 uploads and 470 sales!

Greetings from the Land of Oz!I thought it fitting to celebrate my 1,000 uploads and 470 sales by publishing my first blog article. I joined Dreamstime in 2006 but didn’t start really uploading until the end of 2012.Now I try to upload at least one image a day.I am grateful for what I have learned about image quality through every rejected image. It has helped me improve in my portrait business.It was a pleasant surprise to have this image make Editor’s Choice.It is my grandson born... continue reading

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