It's just amazing what a single small pocket flashlight can do with images, instead of using onboard flash. One evening I was taking pictures in a dark room. My "model" was a small alcohol glass. When I shoot on tripod, I always use manual focus in liveview mode active. This time the room was so dark that I couldn't see anything on the screen in liveview mode. Despite using autofocus and onboard flash for helping camera to focus, I took out a small flashlight (not a led one. Regula with yellowish... continue reading
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I love coffee, and there is always one big cup of coffee on my table while I am working on my computer. A few days ago I was drinking a coffee and wanted to test out my new home made studio for isolated images. Since I was having my cup of coffee in my hands, I got an idea to shoot some coffee related images.I was browsing through Dreamstime coffee related images, just to start some creativity juices flowing. And here it is...a few of my latest accepted images. For all of you coffee lovers :)... continue reading
We are all guilty, kicking back with a few beers, wine, or whiskey, and some of us have been fortunate and slid by. However, for those who weren't so lucky have seen the flashing green swirls on their monitor, stopping the editing process, and asking them to step away from the computer, and to take a photoshop field test.More and more photographers are suffering from this fate which leads to rejected images and lower AR's. Please! Don't Edit Under the Influence. Let's make the internet... continue reading
Images of refreshing beverages, both alcoholic and otherwise are used for purposes as diverse as major ads and invitations to small parties. The virtues of drinking eight glasses of water daily may have come under scrutiny recently but no one argues with the importance of water and other healthy liquids in a sane diet. Images of fit individuals taking in a daily allotment of fluids are used in promotions for dietary supplements, health clubs, juices and bottled water as well as for editorial pieces... continue reading
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