While reading different articles and opinions about selective coloring in photography sites and forums, this super famous song came to my mind, "It's a sin" by Pet Shop Boys. Is selective coloring a 'photographic sin'? Then I'm definitely a 'sinner', since I've used it many times in the past and I will use it again in the future! If you take a small survey on the internet, you will find two main categories; the one that presents stunning examples of this effect, trying to convince us optically... continue reading
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Hi all,Just back after a long gap in the blog section. Hope you all are good and spending an awesome December :)I m updating my collection 'Exotic' with new entries. Let me know if you got some striking photos which depict the word 'Exotic' and can attract buyers' eyes...be it places, culture, food or activities. Show it here in comment section and I will add them.PFB some recent entries...Live..Travel...Enjoy! continue reading
My monthly photographic diary....Flaming June….June started as May left off .. with a squelch. Not stop rain.Sunday I was photographing a football match in memory of an old school friend/ work colleague.. who sadly died of cancer a couple of years ago, the match between his sons’ pub team and the company Paddy andI worked for… the rain lasheddown soaking players and spectators alike.Off to Basingstoke in the afternoon, to do a photo shoot with Scarlett Gold, in the Glebe... continue reading
My fatherwas born in Teplice an met my mumthere 37 years ago. I never had live there. But my boyfriend is from Teplice too, I met him 100 km far away in Prague. Life is funny sometimes.So I visited this spa city before few weeks.Teplice was found in 13th century and named after hot springs (word "teply" means "hot" in czech).The greatest development was in 18th century and Teplice was visited by Beethowen, Goethe and Wagner for examples. Some houses are called by their... continue reading
I visited my best friend in Amsterdam before two weeks. It was a short trip - just 4 days.Kristyna lend me a bike. I was really afraid of it, 'cos I didn't ride on it for twelve years, then I had an accident and broke my two of my teeth and nose.I decided to try it again, but Amsterdam traffic was really stressfulfor me sometimes. And I had just one lens, 'cos I was afraid of breaking it.:).Weather was almost cloudy and rainy, so we visited Rijks Museum, Van Gogh museum, NEMO and also... continue reading
I am not religious, but I fell in love with this place.You can see many different type of Christian churches, architecture styles and meet pilgrimsfrom all world in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Golgotha).This church is situated in the Jerusalem Old City. The decision to place the church here was made by saint Helena about 300 AD. There is catholic part, Greek orthodox part, Armenian church, Byzantine part, walls with crusader's signatures, Franciscan Convent etc.Visit this place is... continue reading
Hi, thanks for stopping by.I'm going to be using this blog to chart my progress down the Dreamstime road and keep a record of my successes, my failures, and hopefully the lessons i'll have learnt from thosefailures.I'm relatively new to this so whilst the content might cover topics you are familiar with and have been through yourself, it will at the very least be an honest and truthful account of how it feels from the bottom of the ladder looking up.I'm currently just watching views... continue reading
I began shooting stock a few month's ago after being inspired by photographer yuri arcus.Ive always been interested in photography and my grandfather and uncle used to develop film in the bathtub of their country home.I decided a few month ago after being injured at work to take up photography full time and learning all of the ropes of stock from the best in the business.I went out and bought a new canon 7d with 28-135mm lens to practice with. since then ive taken some really bad photos and... continue reading
I enjoy to write down my ideas for photography and writing, as well as I like to write down various thoughts of mine, nice sentences and quotations I have read etc.A few days ago I have read throught one of my notebooks and I have found some photographic quotations.It has been pleasant to read them and I wanted to share my favorite ones.“Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow." – Imogen Cunningham"There are always two people... continue reading
I bought my first digital camera on 2004 ans I discovered stock photography on 2006, I was searching if I could do some money with my pictures and discovered microstock agencies, what people call "big 6". Beginning were very very frustrating, rejections a lot and more, sites that requires 10 pictures accepted to be contributor and they rejects all you send, etc...So one year ago I decided to be DT exclusive, it had a very attractive option for exclusives. And here I amI would like to talk... continue reading
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