As photographers, we all know that the sunrise action happens during a short period of time when the sun comes up. During the daylight hours, we scout what we think will be great locations. The next step being the early rise out of bed in the morning. Seems pretty simple, right?Well, if these locations are in a natural setting, there's a number of common sense items you should consider beyond camera settings and all the money you'll make off your images...Pack a flashlight! You scouted the... continue reading
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On my drive home from work last month I pulled a Common Snapping Turtle out of the roadway. Thankfully I got to him before a large truck smashed him into turtle pie! He spent the night in the back of my pickup truck and got a photo session the next day. Taking him to a shallow mud puddle, I laid on my belly and got some shots at that low perspective. The eye-to-eye level made him look much bigger than he was in person. Although not as big as some snappers, he was just as feisty and snappy as the big... continue reading
1788/5000I am a time traveler.I have the art of registering and transporting from one date to another, images that can never be seen again, because in less than a minute everything can change.With that in mind, one of my great passions is to photograph nature.Relevance.With the constant action of humanity polluting, transforming and tracing the routes of urban evolution, much can be lost.Ecological awareness has been worked through organizations, initiatives and media, but the truth is that every... continue reading
For the most traveller with less prepared for a new destination or just wandering on the road to see and to record what he/she saw, I have some tips for you to get most chance to take great photos while you are on the road, even you are not a professional photographer.#1 Get up early and set out! The early bird gets worms. Most good landscape photos were taken at daybreak, themagnificent and beautiful views will be a gift to those diligentpeople.#2 Use Google... continue reading
We are visual thinkers. Our primary sense is that of sight and there is an infinite universe of images in this; the 3rd dimension. However, actually "thinking" can get in the way of inspiration. Getting that "Feeling" often leads to a great image.I try to keep my camera with me at all times. It's not easy though; however, not having it when an inspirational image presents itself, is an uneasy feeling that is hard to shake. My focus is typically on fine detail in nature,... continue reading
This is my first time participating in a Dreamstime blog contest. I was intrigued by the subject as I am quite passionate about road trips. I just love road trips and usually tend to choose my travel destinations according to whether I can include at least a driving part. I love the sense of freedom and I love to open the window and breathe in the fresh air. I love everything about road trips, even the part when I get lost or get stuck in the snow. The beauty of road trips is that they always tend... continue reading
It's a colorful word in autumn and you could find the beautiful view anywhere:top branch, water, corners before wall, density forest...You'll also be moved there are so many different colors which could not be painted by any outstanding painter.You'll marvel at 'Nature is the greatest painter'! continue reading
Thanks to a friend who hosted me in Vigo (Spain) I had the opportunity to visit this amazing archipelago off the coast of Pontevedra in Galicia (Spain), in the mouth of the Ria de Vigo. They were declared a Nature Reserve in 1980 and are included in the Atlantic Islands of Galicia National Parkand, tourists can visit them just some months during the year.You can walking through the pinewood and discover the suggestive beaches and the ancient lighthouseCies Islands are unknown paradise... continue reading
In one of my past blogs I mentioned that I was experimenting with an off camera flash in nature detail images. I used a radio remote trigger to fire the flash from different angles off camera axis. The results have been interesting and I find myself shooting a lot of detail images on my hiking trips to improve on the technique. To achieve the results I have been looking for, I set my tripod mounted camera on automatic (not program) and mount a radio slave trigger to the hot shoe mount. I... continue reading
Yesterday, Everglades National Park turned 70. It is the most surprisingly beautiful place I have ever had the pleasure of getting to know. I do not know about you, but when I think of a swamp, I think of being sweaty, itchy from bugs and wet from the mud. It did not seem a very inviting landscape. I was very wrong....its majestic. Many of my best photographs have been taken in the marshes behind my home in Florida. It is peaceful, strange and understated.... continue reading
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