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Shoreham airshow crash

Readers of my previous blog on airshow photography will know that I enjoy photographing aviation subjects and always try and get to an airshow each year. This year I was set to go to the Airbourne airshow at Eastbourne but bad weather on the day I was going led to the cancellation of all flying. The excellent Dunsfold airshow which I attended last year was out as I wasn't free to go that weekend. This really only left the annual airshow at Shoreham-on-Sea in my area. This became a must see event when... continue reading

Backgrounds always and everywhere

In normal photo shoot somewhere in town can always find a couple of opportunities to interesting background. For example, the brick background from Prague, Vyšehrad wall.  Or just any brick walls of buildings on the environment  Personally, I like the walls and streets with street lighting.  Interestingly enough there are also walls or walls with a portion of the sky.  Excellent when there is occasionally gets in a shot and the bird. It gives the picture drama. Or sparks :-) matter... continue reading

Birds Collection over 100 images now :):):)

Hello, my collection BIRDS have more than 100 photos now :). Last photos is collection of OWL.I will be very glad if you enjoy this collection and last set of owl birds.Have a nice weekend and ggod light continue reading

Photography Lessons in Hunting

So I happen to be a hunter and a photographer. After reading a discussion regarding sharper images in the forums I thought I would share a few tips that hunters use that also can easily be applied to taking sharper images.When a hunter wants to sight in their rifle prior to a hunt, they use a vice to hold their rifle to eliminate shake for the best accuracy. A tripod is your ultimate gun vice. It will give you the best, sharpest photos.However, just as a hunter don't take a gun vice out... continue reading

The Lightning Hunter

There I was huddled beneath a metal awning next to a picnic table made of the same on a warm southwestern night. The hair on the back of my neck surely stuck straight out from the charge in the air. Yet, there was too much adrenaline flowing for me to care. So I taunted the Gods and clasped my hand around a metal cable release screwed to an old Minolta SRT-101 sitting atop a big daddy Bogen Tripod.This was my first trip into Monument Valley and when the storm approached I had been whistling a tune... continue reading

New Collections

Visit my new collectionsvery good photos of military in action;a good collection of hunter photos;with a lot of sports;My profilethanksPedro continue reading

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