Sounds like a riddle, right? Well, that's because it is, in the context of which are the best-selling types of editorial images! Some of my best street editorial sellers have precisely been a person walking in front of a shop. Easy as cake.Why not just capture the shopfront without anybody?Adding people will often add a human context when said shop/business is the subject of an editorial piece. A single person, in my experience, works better than a group of people as it'... continue reading
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Stairs in our little heavenOne island. One inlet. One beach. One path. One house. Combined create our heaven. The space and time of our childhood and most beautiful memories we share. My family and I. On our island. On our beach. In our house. It is a small house, summer house. All made by our father’s hands. All made by our mum’s faith. All made by my sister’s and mine love. Whole is circled with stairs. Stairs made of rock that my parents gathered around the house. Rock and sand. Each gently... continue reading
When I began uploading my first photos at Dreamstime (that was in 2010) I was not yet understanding what makes an image capable of being sold. My idea was to shoot as many different animal species as possible and the more rare and unknown the better.I confused DT with a scientific magazine.With time I realized that buyers are most often not biologists or wildlife experts ( much as there are exceptions because I have sold pics where the search aimed clearly for a specific species, but this is... continue reading
My Picture was on the front page of the Philadelphia Inquirer today. An artist’s addedwind turbines around the upper edge and solar panels covering portions of the stadium roof and facade of Lincoln Financial Field in the picture to show what it would look like with the new "Green" features. continue reading
I am so incredibly happy since yesterday i was taking a look at some tourist guides in my home town and I noticed that the front cover was filled with this photo of mine.At the last pages there was also this other photo of mine.Its a great feeling to find youre photos published by the thousands its awsomeThanks to Dreamstime and to destinazores.com that bought my photos continue reading
Light. It affects everything we do. Without it, we could see nothing. Our photographs would look strangely similar...plain black. Light can be what sets one photograph above another. This brings to mind when I went to the local fair this summer. Of course I went to the building with the photography exhibits. As I was browsing the pictures, I came across two prints of Mount Rushmore. They were almost exactly the same shot as far as focal length and composition went. The difference was the light. One... continue reading
Loading the home page of DT today, I had the immense pleasure to see one of my latest uploads there, right on the front page as Editor's choice!Not sure how it all works but what a nice surprise :-)I'm really grateful to DT for promoting our photos in such creative ways, it's such an encouragement to keep going. continue reading
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