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Leaders of tomorrow

Despite all odds stalked against them this kids would stop at nothing to ensure that they realize their goal, which is acquiring the right education. This is just the kind of resilience we need in our today society.   continue reading

Photographing Edmonton: The Muttart Conservatory

Canadian winters are famous for being long and cold, really long and cold. So how can you bring a camera out when it's -30? You really can't. I've tried and literally frozen up leaving me with nothing to show.So if you're here in those long dark months, what do you do?My mom's favorite place (and somewhere I really like too) is to visit the Muttart Conservatory, a beautiful little oasis in the river valley.There's 4 glass pyramids, containing different biomes from desert to rainforest. Not... continue reading

Back to School

Summer is almost over and the school begins. Some kids are looking forward, some would prefer never ending holiday. In some parts of world the kids are happy that can go to school even when is obligatory. But everywhere kids are trying to learn what they will need in life. Counting, reading and lots of other staff.  And everywhere kids like the breaks :-). Where is the best education system? I have experience just with Czech and partly Indonesian one... continue reading

Photographing Edmonton: The Best Places To Go

One of the first things that people notice about Edmonton is that it’s a small city, but it’s spread out like butter on a hot piece of toast. If you catch the airport bus in (#747, $5) you’ll see that it takes a few minutes to get into where the city basically starts, and then you have to hop on another train. Forget suburbia, unless you like Walmart, The Olive Garden and have a car to drive around, there’s not much to do. The major action in Edmonton (and also the best picture taking spots)... continue reading

Welcome To My City

Whenever I say I’m from Canada, people ask three questions: Am I from Toronto, Vancouver or do I speak French (meaning am I from Quebec). Neither A, B, or C are correct actually and when I say where I’m from, 99.9% (ok, maybe 90%)of people have never heard of it.I live in a city called Edmonton, capital of Alberta, population under a million, which for many is a small town. But my city is lovely and we are continuing to change. We have many wonderful festivals (most in the summer as people... continue reading

Back to school

  Less than in three weeks is the 1-st of September - traditional beginning of school year in Russia. So it's time to get everything prepared for it.           continue reading

educate yourself with Dreamstime

A recent blog visit to a new photographers thoughts brought this subject to mind.When I was a beginning photographer many years ago a talented and very open minded professional photographer took me under his wing.He taught me everything he knew, creating his own competition.Eventually I moved from the area and his business returned.Several years ago, I found this site, joined and found a new mentor.When I joined here, the site was new, but grew quickly.I found many great photographers,... continue reading

Exciting News

I have exciting news to share!Photofocus.com has invited me to be part of their team as an author.I will primarily be writing about travel photography.If you aren’t familiar with Photofocus, it is an on-line educational resource for photographers of all levels of experience.I think you will find its content very helpful.New posts are added throughout each day.When I started with Dreamstime, I was like many of you--trying to get images approved and hoping for a sale or two.But... continue reading

Trailer travels

I recently purchased a 'Breakthrough Technology'X3 ND 10-stop filter and tested it on Monday as we had stormy weather with, clouds, rain and strong winds.I used a wired remote with a 2 second delay and a sturdy tripod with stones in a bag hung from the hook on the center column. Using a small aperture and slow ISO I timed it at 60 seconds for the best exposure balance.The end result was excellent color rendition, no color shift, ghosting or streaking. The movement of the foliage,... continue reading

Boldtalks

Next Saturday, 23rd April the new edition of Boldtalks Women shall be held at DUCTAC in Emirates Mall, Dubai. It is a whole day educational entertainment - with break for lunch - organized by smart and socially sensible couple Mrs.Enida and Mr.Tamer.  Each year they choose very interesting guests, who entertains public for only cc 20 minutes, and then answer the questions that come from the public. The moderators are usually brilliant in introduction andchanneling the conversation.  ... continue reading

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