This time I had a great result getting 9 pictures approved to new assignment: HARSH LIFE.I'd like to provide in this article some 'behind the scene' informations about them:1) Bank robbery:This comes from a new set made specially for this assignment, taken in studio with white background and 3 strobe lights to provide a good brightness.2 models: one secretary and one to hold the gun, that was a toy.In post production I just had to remove the brand from the gun. 2) Terrified woman... continue reading
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Now I have more than 200 files in my portfolio for almost three months...Moving ahead- slowly but surely))))I ponder what would develop themes in my works, and something to keep working on.Vector or photo - what to pay more attention to? While I do not know, but I know one thing for sure - we must continue to create new!)And I decided to take part in the assignment on Dreamstime. Here is my picture "Sad Boy" continue reading
I was recently taking pictures outside in a temperature about -30C. I noticed that at such temperature, when you repeatedly take off your lens cap or changing filters without gloves or thin cloves that are warm due to your own body temperature, then it may happen that your filter glass or the front element of the lens (if not using filters) freeze up due to humid and warmth coming from the thin gloves or bare hand. When the the front glass or filter is frosty, then it is highly suggested not to scratch... continue reading
Recently I took a trip to Thailand.I was hoping to come back with many photos, some of which I would use for stock.One of the challenges I encountered was harsh light.When on holiday you can't see everything on your list around sunrise or sunset.You can always count on being somewhere special when the sun is overhead and just plain harsh.While I made it possible to be at some amazing places to catch the glorious light of the sunset, I was more often finding myself somewhere great with... continue reading
We always come to a time where we saw some outstanding picture with very good lighting that we wish we can do it also. It is possible, look carefully at the shadows. Askyourself with thisQuestion:1)Where the shadows drop.2)How harsh is the shadows.3)How long is the shadows.Knowing where the shadows drop we can tell where the key light kick in.We also can figure out what kind of light are use by studying how harsh is the shadows (soft-box,,round head or... continue reading
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