Do you like reflections? The autumn colors reflected on the surface of a lake? The old church showing its grotesque form on the glas walls? Serene and peacefull or intirguing, reflections can give that ultimate plus to a photo.Here are some examplesThese colors of Halibut Point (NH, USA) The symmetry of Kaisermühlen (Vienna, Austria) The Stephansdom in the mirror (Vienna, Austria) The blue and green of Lobau - Donauauen National Park And one more thing to reflect... continue reading
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As another weekend approaches, another great photo idea pops into my mind. Only problem is, I need someone to model for this shot. Nobody is available, though. And that ad I've been meaning to put up on Craig's List didn't happen again this week. Ugh! What to do? Got it! I'll use my remote clicker and tripod and get in front of the camera myself. I'm not the best looking model, but a lot of the time buyers are looking for average people.The best $30 I ever spent was on my remote clicker. Set... continue reading
There is a common theme you see in the forums that goes something like this: "I've been on DT for a year and with 100 images in my portfolio I have only 5 sales. But over at XYZ I have 25 sales."In other words, there is a problem with DT. Someone else eventually will post and say they have 25 sales on DT and 5 sales at XYZ so the problem is really with XYZ. And thus the debate continues.However, the point that everyone seems to miss is this: You've been doing stock for 12 months, have 100... continue reading
This image is My First Sale with Dreamstime and it happens to be one of my all time Favorites.The reason is that for me it was the first time I was able to achieve an image that I have dreamed of... Having a Dramatic Mirror Effect.And to think.... it almost never happened.The day I shot this, I almost left the area not thinking any good images would come of this time and place.I had looked thru my zoom lens and it just was not showing that great of an image for me. I thought I better move... continue reading
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