If you have ever been taking landscape photographs in the rain you will know how difficult it is to manage all your camera gear plus keep it, and yourself, dry. There are a number of options including seven mentioned here. Many involve covering your camera with plastic and/or holding an umbrella over yourself and your camera set up. I have found that holding an umbrella limits my hand freedom to adjust the tripod and camera controls. I have also tried the plastic coverings but found them somewhat... continue reading
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Hello everyone its been a few weeks since my last blog, and don't i know it.You see when i was very active,adding comments and uploading, people were viewing my portfolio and i even made a sale.But last couple of weeks i have not found or had the time to do much except work.So my views have started to drop off.I joined this site to do what i enjoy and to make money from it, so that iswhat i am going to do, from now on i intend to be here at least every other day.That has to be a... continue reading
Your camera will take no photos while it is stored in its bag!Having your camera at an easy to reach spot is an important key to making the most of quickly passing photo opportunities. It is also wise to make sure the card is in and the battery at least somewhat charged.I keep my camera on a small table where I can grab it with just a few seconds notice. A butterfly flitting past the kitchen window or a raccoon waddling across my porch are good reasons to spend a few minutes outdoors with... continue reading
If at first you don't succeed, try, try, try againA few months ago I signed up to Dreamstime as I have 1000's of images collecting digital dust on my hard drives.Choosing my favourite photos, and reading the rules and regulations, I uploaded 7 only to have them all rejected.However, the good thing with having photos rejected is that here you also get feedback as to why they were rejected which is great as the feedback can only improve your photography if you take on board what was said.Although... continue reading
Since anyone with a decent digital camera can contribute to stock photography, many people don't have the formal training or experience for taking professional grade pictures.To help you, one simple step can greatly enhance the quality of your images and make them more attractive to a larger customer base. Please keep your horizons flat. While the earth is not flat and you may have some curvature, please do you best to make it even on both sides of the image.In some cases this means making... continue reading
This is my very first level 5 sold picture. I took the picture with Sony NEX-5 + kit lens.It is very simple and I think there are many kind of uses for it. So my message here is that simple pictures sell well on Stock photography. Also you would not always need the very best equipment. continue reading
Pay attention to the waist warm, warm winter: low temperature and humidity is one of the leading causes of chronic low back pain, must pay attention to keep warm in winter, as the change in the weather add clothes.Posture standing, sitting, and so on to correct: lumbar lordosis physiological deepened when standing and sitting position, increased lumbar joints and the intervertebral disc pressure, it can cause back pain after a long time. If can keep on both sides of the knee joint in turn mild QuQuWei... continue reading
Taking photos with children is fun. They love to make new things and tries new ways how to be photographed. Once they tried painting their feet, they were interested in to try something more. And the result? Funny smileys on their toes and soles :-). (Tip: Funny feet collection) continue reading
This is a theme that you hear not only in photography but in stock photography as well. I can attest that this is the case if you put forth the effort.Things were rocky when I started about two years ago. My first month were all rejections, but I kept at it and here is the results two years later.Q3 2011 Acceptance Ratio 31.7%Q3 2012 Acceptance Ratio 64.5%Q2 2013 Acceptance Ration 91.0 %743 Images on line.I still need improvement, I am still learning all the time. Improve my... continue reading
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