We all know that design is a very strong way of communication. Clean design is about simplicity and minimalism, but there's a lot more to it than you think. There is no way to separate design and content. So if you already have a great concept it is very helpful to know the golden rules of clean and simple design:Less is BetterThat's the first rule! It's very important but also very difficult. Fussy and overdone is easy to produce, but clear and simple with a good concept just isn... continue reading
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Things seem to be simple when you see someone else's portfolio and like what you see.You think: I can do this"but in fact is very hard to do.After hours of search for inspiration we realize that we are neversatisfied with our work.How to make clean and simple ideas?I really do not know.Our mind seems to be too complex for simple things.Many times I wanted to erase everything I did and start over but, then I wondered "I'll be able to create something better than before?The answer is...we always... continue reading
Yesterday I got almost 2$ for a small download of this image, one of my first uploads to DT and 6 downloads so far:Now I went kinda far off post-processing this one, skewing colors, blowing out highlights and creating a strong halo around the turbine. I didn't know I was destroying the photograph back then, I just thought it looked cool. Well DT probably thought so as well and accepted it right?Most other stock sites rejected the image, for all of the above reasons. As I originally shot... continue reading
© Noonie A Clean EarthWe guard the water quality of our lakes in the area where I live and take great care with cleaning the shorelines and waterways.The water is tested regularly and people are fined or taken to court if they mistreat the precious resource.The county I live in is about 95% National Forest and it is well taken care of.We have a very good recycle business in the county which makes a good income for the area.Each lake has a civic association which keeps watch on things... continue reading
This is anothe blog to share some useful information with you. :-)I assume that almost everyone faced the similar situation like me: several cameras or lens, different accessories like lights, films, batteries, etc. So many staffs need to be put into 1 bag, even with my laptop at most of time. Here comes the most difficult problem for me then.I watched one of the lessons online via Chase Jarvis's website.(You may try one of them: http://www.viddler.com/explore/chasejarvis/videos/20/) It does... continue reading
Hi Dreamstimers,I just got back from a short vacation in France near the city Compiègne. The weather there was amazing, it was just like summer. So I came back with some really nice pictures. Have a look at them, if you like, in my portfolio. (Can't wait for the next vacation. :-) ) continue reading
On May 2nd, 2008 Internet newsfeeds asked: What do Estonian Tech Millionaires do for Fun? The answer was: They find and digitally map 10,000 tons of garbage. Then they get 40,000 of their closest friends to clean it all up in one single day.On Saturday, May 3rd all of that came into reality - Estonians joined forces in an effort to clean up the 45,227 km² country from illegally dumped or littered waste. 50,000 volunteers, which is about 3.8% of population of Estonia, gave their hands and gathered... continue reading
I recently completed a photo shoot for a client that was on a tight schedule. They had purchased some discounted ad space with a fast approaching "deadline for materials" date and wanted a photo that was fresh. After the main subject is selected, I try to get the best product sample that is available. In this case, my subject was a piece of metal industrial hardware. Being that their warehouse was on site, I select the best piece available with regards to cosmetics. The reality of some industrial... continue reading
I only clean my DSLR sensor when I am at home. Sometimes, when I'm on a long trip and I change lenses very often and there can be some irritating sensor spots on my photos.At home, it takes some time to find all the sensor spots and "heal" them. Sometimes I don't see one and I have to adjust it later. My tip:At the END of your journey (the moment you have collected the maximum amount of dust on your sensor), shoot one photo of the sky with a small diaphragm (F10 or smaller). At home, import... continue reading
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