Life is a series of events that mark our passage through time.Some events are as unremarkable as a Grandfather teaching his grandson how to swim or parents looking on as their child takes its first step. Other occasions such as traditional religious events or advancement at school or a job require celebration. Images that catch these moments become iconic photos that celebrate family milestones, relationships or rites of passage. They evoke positive emotions that advertisers use to build familiarity... continue reading
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I have recently achieved the 1000 image milestone on Dreamstime, which seemed a long way away when I started actively uploading files to Dreamstime just over a year ago and the first month my acceptance percentage was under 60%. I took note of the comments on refusals, read more blogs which can be very helpful and now have an acceptance percentage over 90% which is pleasing.I have taken the majority of my images with the Sony A6000 ILCE and most often with the 16-50mm lens. I have found this... continue reading
As a Chinese whose hometown is the countryside,it is difficult for me to love the heavy industry.In my memory,all of the heavy industry is composed by high funnel with heavy smoking,the small space is fullfilled with noise, the black waste water flowing to the river which floating the animal's body...Maybe this memory is coming from the book which describe the disaster effect of the industry society.Comparing the agriculture society which being fullfilled with farm, forest, clean river and farmer,... continue reading
It's was a sunny morning and the ground was wet. In the corner,the moss was growing with active life. And the pathway, the pathway was covering with the high trees.When I walked along the quiet pathway, the water on the leaves dropped on my head. And I lift my head, there was a leaf being ate and just being left the vein.It was a so special leaf... There were so many leaves on the morning day, but just this one attracted my attention.With the cracked leaf, I got a special view to watch the... continue reading
Hello everyone,Today I want to talking about the cats. Yes, the cats! Cats is everywhere, on the town, village, bay (and sometimes where we don't expect like forests, plateau and others). In a word, it is on almost everywhere with oxygen, is it true? Cats are nearly everybody's favorite animal. Maybe it's not a pet for a family but cats are loved afar, from outside home. Yes, might many people don't like cats because it is the cause of allergic, it is the cause of clutter, it is the cause... continue reading
I recently visited the German city of Nuremberg. This city was totally destroyed during the Second World War. Its hystoric cast is already renovated floods budoivy have maintained their height and shape. There is a lot of sightseeing in norimberg and one day is not enough to see the city, it's just a few days. On the outskirts of the city is a zoo where the dolphin show is held regularly. Every hour is a small program and every two is a big program. And there are a couple of photos. This elevation... continue reading
When you come from a tiny island in the Caribbean Sea you spend a great deal of time looking outwards to the rest the world and particularly to the places that you hear most about.My portfolio is a reflection of that. I love Tuscany, in Italy and I love the amazement of incredible India. I share the color and spirituality I found in India and the home of some of the best wines in the world through the vineyard tours in Italy.But what can I give the rest of the world from the Caribbean?I share... continue reading
Graffiti is a respected art form in Germany I was able to capture some really amazing graffiti art while also been to the East Side Gallery while I was there but didn't get the chance to visit the wall museumHere are some.of the art work I captured there:Face Time Mural, Berlin. A mural on 350 m²location at hein rich hein straße 73 kreuzburg continue reading
In the Rocky Mountains of Canada, Jasper is the second largest town in the Canadian Rocky Mountains after Banff. Jasper is equally picturesque and has no less interesting places to rest in nature and is a less crowded place.Places that are interesting in terms of photography are many in both the town center and its surroundings. Near Jasper is the largest lake in the Canadian Rocky Mountains of Meligne Lake. Nearby is a deep Maligne Canyon. The Athabasca River flows through the Jasper area with... continue reading
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