Visiting markets while traveling is probably one of the best experiences a photographer can have. They are the center for the culture and you can see what daily life is like. It's not always easy though. Sometimes it’s difficult to find, or hard to get to, or or not the safest place. However, with a few simple tips in mind, going to a market to do some photography can be easy and rewarding.1. Know when and where the market is. This is probably the most important step because without knowing... continue reading
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I like traveling, taking pictures and I like good food too. I admire marketeers,for example, on French and Italian markets and street stands, how long and beautifully they describe about producing cheese or sausageyou want to buy.In the beautiful Provence - in the city of Arles, the marketeer so beautifully described the cheese and its production. I can´t French, but I think we were understood very well. Conversely, a few years agoimpressed me twoyoungladieswho have gone... continue reading
Hi everyone!I greet you from Prague, the Czech capital. Now is the time of Advent. Lots of tourists come and enjoy this magical Christmas atmosphere in Prague. At the most popular places, markets are held. Traditional markets where you can buy various gifts and also get snacks and drinks to warm up. Who wants can take a ride on a horse-drawn carriage. You will see the old town of Prague from a different perspective. Have you visited Prague ever? If not,... continue reading
One of the most exciting photography sites are food markets.The usually the products are under open shade which lowers the contrast and boost the colors of the fruits and vegetables. Although in different countries, the merchants react differently to photographers. In most cases a friendly nod and early eye contact with the merchant will grant you the ability to shoot his/her products. To make sure your photos will be accepted by dreamstime, make sure you don't have logos or faces... continue reading
Last year there was article on CNN Go about the best things about Taiwan. The night markets here were on top of the list.The night markets are like outdoor bazaars with cheap clothing shops as well as lots of snack food vendors selling traditional foods such as stinky tofu, scallion pancakes, and oyster omelets and special drinks like bubble milk tea.Most of my night market photos are of Raohe night market, which is one of the oldest in Taipei. It is famous for its black pepper... continue reading
Hello to everyone!Opened a new collection "World markets"Looking forward to see some nice and unusual shots from all of you!Here is the referral link:https://www.dreamstime.com/markets-around-the-world-rcollection21885-resi5738200Awaiting for you:) continue reading
One of my favorite countries in Europe is France. I must admit I wasn't very keen on France till I visited its most beautiful area: the Provence.Here's an impression of the Southern part of France, known for it's lavender fields (near Sault).The lavender is a big part of the industry here. It is sold in bouquets on local markets and as plants that bring a lovely scent to your homeDue to their terrific climat, this part of France produces loads of different fruits... continue reading
Strasbourg is European Oriented City located at the Est of France, near the border of Germany.I was living in the region for more that 8 years before moving to a wet and rainy country in the North for a new job.Every year Strasbourg expected to receive millions visitors.For this reason the municipality organized more that 500 events, including the 30 meters high Christmas tree at the Kleber Place and 12 Christmas markets inside the City.Illuminations are everywhere... continue reading
Christmas in Berlin is a very magical time. I had always wanted to visit when they had the markets (around 60 throughout Berlin I believe) with their spiced wine, sausages and Gingerbread. This year I got my chance. Who could have thought that I could take so many photos in just 4 days. Granted many of them were of family members eating oversized wursts but I also have some for Dreamstime. So even though I still seem to be sorting through them and uploading I thought I would share some that have been... continue reading
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