Just a follow-up for those of you who read my blog on photography time.I have started to carry my camera with me more often.This photo of my best friend Brady came from the weekly trip to the dog park.this seems to be a model rich environment and the puppies don't mind if you don't have a model release!I have found several opportunities since starting this.Unfortunately I can not get the weather in my part of the country to cooperate.have started making notes in a small notebook to... continue reading
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At first glance, this picture is just that: a picture.Colorful maybe, a little sappy and sentimental maybe.I look at this photo as much more.My boyfriend at the time was about to deploy to Japan which was half a world away.This was going to be a huge test in our relationship.Knowing that communication and loneliness was going to be a hurdle with his schedule and the time difference, I wanted to do something to remind him that I would always be thinking of him.Inspired... continue reading
One of the more helpful (and non technical) tips I have been given is to keep a list of shots that I want to take.This helps me ensure that I am able to get the shots that are important to me when it comes time for a specific shoot (be it a family photo walk or a paid event).Organizing Lists of ShotsSimply having a list of shots is not enough.The list should be organized in such a way that it is easy to only look at shots relevant to a particular shoot.To help with... continue reading
Do you have or carry a Stock Notebook?I’m sure, like me, you all have been out and about (very often without camera) and have come across a subject which you thought would make stock material.Other times we may have shot a subject but may not have just got it right either compositionally or technically at the time.This is where the “little black book” comes in handy. In particular it is very useful for outdoor work.Here you can make a memorandum of subjects for a return visit, taking... continue reading
Hello everyone!Yesterday I found out, that PS prevents editing of images that contain banknotes (or parts of them). Is there anyone who knows how I can use PS on such images? Or is there another way for processing images of banknotes (other than GIMP and PS)?Thanks for your advice! continue reading
Yesterday, a new photo of mine about a piece of Buddha in micro passed the pending period finally. The other practice of mine in the black background seemly gave me some inspiration about the photography.Several day ago, a friend of mine casually showed me the handcraft, a piece of Buddha made in ivory. The thin piece was about 4cm in length and 2cm in width. It was carved carefully in the figure of Buddha. The Buddha was vivid. He sit on the seat in the lotus posture with a folding screen... continue reading
Greetings Dreamstimers.........Just back from a diving venue that included fresh, salt & halocline (the area where fresh & salt waters mix) water in Mexico. Flew down to Cancun from Houston on a Continental Vacations package & outside the airport found the 'red shirts' for the one-hour transfer to Playa del Carmen & the Gran Porto Real for several days of all-inclusive luxury. Woke late for a down-day but managed the block & a half to the Dive Mexico Dive Shop to check in for the next days' cenote... continue reading
Hello everybody. This is my first post, but I think that my image number 1000 has to be celebrated like it deserves... Ok, it's not the most imaginative of all, but...It's been a long road since the first one...Ok, let'so go. Time to shoot another thousand.Bye and thans to everybody. continue reading
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