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Keep going, driver! There’s more to photograph!

Ever felt frustrated because you’re unable to get out of a vehicle to take photos while passing through beautiful and interesting places? Fear the bluurr no more and join me clicking away on the move! These shots are some of my favorites – perhaps not absolute technical perfection but often unique. Here’s what works for me with a DSLR…Image: Denali National ParkGetting Ready for action:1)You want to freeze all motion - especially your own - so set your camera to Shutter... continue reading

Check your vision

Some people cannot see any movement on optical illusions pictures. Scientists explain this phenomenon by different psychological states of observers.Please look at this image And respond, do you see movement?According to statements of the psychologists more intense movement indicates your stress susceptibility.If you do not notice any movement of colored strips, then you are resistant to stress.By the way, in my collection of vector illustrations you will find other optical... continue reading

Dance

    Hello everyone, i would like to propose you this picture... I would need you to tell me honestly what do you think about it. If you think it's an interesting picture for sale and so on...I have much more to propose as i'm doing now a serie shooting of dancer, i'm myself a dancer :)Thank you.The picture is crop for the use of the Blog, click on it to see it full format. continue reading

7 Tips for Taking Better Sports Action Shots

Mastering sports photography and action shots in general can be a frustrating task. With moving targets, sometimes less-than-ideal lighting conditions, and money shots that only last for a split second before they disappear, action photography is really challenging.Here are some pointers to help you master these shots! Know How to Use Your FlashGenerally, if you’re outside, using your flash will do nothing for you except kill your batteries. If you’re at a daylong event or even... continue reading

Dancing Around the World With Over 400 Photos in Portfolio

Today, I celebrate my 400 mark with some editorial photos that brought me to this point.Dancing around the world.I enjoy taking photos of people dancing.I love the movement and facial expressions.I took all of these photos at the Holiday Folk Fair International in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.I am posting some of the adult dancers, but have many of the youth dances in my portfolio as well.It is an exciting event that happens every year in November.The Ukranians are always some of my... continue reading

New collection: Escalators Worldwide

For those interested in buying images of escalators, pleasehave a look at this new collection Escalators worldwide.The collection includes various images of escalators in different countries such as China, Japan, Netherlands,France, Italy, Poland, Russia, Spain, Singapore, USA and Dubai.To expand the collection and include escalators photographed in cities and countries not covered yet, I am grateful if other photographers can send me the IDs of the images.Many thanks! continue reading

Wildlife and Movement First Try

I set myself an assignment the other day, to captureanimal movement with my new sigma 70-200 2.8 OS lens and new Canon 7D.Being fairly new to photography and exploring my new kit, I was eagerto get some decent shots. Put the camera on TV mode and tried various speeds from 500 to 1200.Here's one that Dreamstime accepted.Any tips, on capturing movement from any wildlife/sport's photographers among you?Thanks for looking... continue reading

I got it!

I know that for most of you this is probably a simple task.I just got into doing photography a few months ago.And working for the Army my time to take pictures is somewhat limited.But playing with my settings I finally got the cascade effect i've been looking for.This is the result.Its my first one like it.I was planning to take a trip and do some more this weekend.But, I got in a fight with a patch of ice while walking around the base.The ice won, and my knee got beat up!Oh well.... continue reading

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