In one of my past blogs I mentioned that I was experimenting with an off camera flash in nature detail images. I used a radio remote trigger to fire the flash from different angles off camera axis. The results have been interesting and I find myself shooting a lot of detail images on my hiking trips to improve on the technique. To achieve the results I have been looking for, I set my tripod mounted camera on automatic (not program) and mount a radio slave trigger to the hot shoe mount. I... continue reading
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When I saw these gulls sat along the cross bar I thought it was a vaguely interesting image. It wasn't until i enlarged the image and scanned along the row of gulls, who at first glance were just perched there, that the image got more interesting. Each Gull doing its own thing and I have no idea exactly what the Gull on the left hand end is doing! Sometimes the devil can be in the detail. continue reading
Hi!It is Anna and Peter. We are quite new here, just joined in July.Achieving first 100 accepted photos, going for much more and hoping for some downloads.How did it all start?We were sitting in a cafe , discussing how much we love taking pictures. After every holiday, after every even small trip we had loads of photos but our family and friends could not stand watching hundreds and hundreds of them any more. And then we found out about Dreamstime...so why not to show our photos to millions... continue reading
Hello everyone,After a short abstinence, during which I studied the possibilities of my equipment and learned about stock photography, I decided to make some changes and try again with a different approach. I started to turn around and look for details that in normal circumstances I wouldn't have noticed. I try to recognize the scattered elements with certain potential and put them together into the system attractive for photography. I hope to move forward in this direction and that my efforts would... continue reading
My friend told me about Twin Peaks. Why I had not heard of this before, I'm not sure but, I was so glad I listened to her because I was able to get a whole view of the city from above. There is so much detail in this one photo that I'm sure it would take days to actually visit each and every special place that SF has to offer in a city that is only 7 miles long. continue reading
Huge collection Of Ferris WheelThe original Ferris Wheel was designed and constructed by George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr. as a landmark for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The term Ferris wheel is used generically for all such structures, which are now the most common type of amusement ride at state fairs in the United States. continue reading
Each season has quintessential images.Usually these images are small details that evoke big memories.Here are a few seasonal photos that demonstrate the impact of detail-focused photography: What images come to mind when you think about winter, spring, summer, and autumn? continue reading
I know there are lots of photographers out there like me who worked very hard to take a shot and loved it the most. But when reviewed it on their laptop or PC before submission to the site, felt lack of DETAILS in that shot and went into frustration over the result of hard work. As most of the photographers don't know the exact method to increase the Details by Sharpening the images so that it does not produce unnecessary noise and other unwanted things due to the sharpness. Because sharpening to... continue reading
'Vision is the art of seeing something that is invisible to others' Jonathan SwiftThis blog is about the little things that alot of people don't ever see when looking at a subject.When alot of people look at a subject and take a photograph they focus on getting the whole of that subject in the shot, whereas sometimes just a small detail of that subject can look absolutely amazing and say more than if they shot it the conventional way.I must admit, this happens to very much be a love of mine... continue reading
Making picture like this two in photoshop is really simple.The first one with multi-colored bubble was made by this way1. open your picture2. convert to black and white by layers (you can use "hue and saturation" or "black and white conversion" )3. click to mask4. select black brush and uncover color parts of picture. I used opacity about 50%-60% for uncovering bubble colors.The second picture I made in Amsterdam Red light district in cloudy day and colors were boring... continue reading
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