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Extreme Macro Photography

This article is describing the technique I'm using to achieve high quality extreme macro photos, for magnifications beyond 3x, up to 10x (possible up to 20x).This means that the subject frame is between 3 and 20 times smaller than the physical sensor dimensions (i.e. 22.2mm for APS-C).This also means that creatures even below a few millimeters in real life, can almost fill the whole screen, revealing amazing, incredible details, unknown to the naked eye!Here are... continue reading

Collection - Looking for Symmetry in man made objects

Here is the collection:Collection - SymmetryFrom an earlier blog - looking for man made images that are symmetrical. The object may be completely symmetrical in its form or you may have captured a smaller part(s) to create the symmetry. Similarly, you can arrange multiple objects to create a symmetrical pattern. Please see images below for examples.Please post your examples for adding to this collection. continue reading

Symmetry

First blog on DT.I like to photograph symmetry particularly in manmade objects whenever I can. To me this is something that is aesthetically pleasing and provides me with a challenge as a photographer. Here a couple - there are more in my portfolio (even though I admit they make up a small percentage of the total).  Does anyone else have any foibles like this?Maybe, I should set up a collection with symmetrical images. continue reading

Goal at 200 photos!

Finnaly rached 200 photos!Actualy little more already,225,but i wont stop!:) continue reading

Assignments

I have never had a lot of luck with assignments but this time had two images approved towards the end of the submission period.I saw two pictures of Venice already approved and thenlooked back at my pictures taken last Summer in Venice found a choice of gondolas with holidaymakers taking a trip and also a wood carvers studio taken in the Italian Alps at Cortina so submitted two images which were approved. Normally I thinkthey would have been ineligible without model / property releases.... continue reading

How To Take a Shadowless Object/Product Photograph

Hi,I loved this blog writing thing...one of my recent blogs is in the Google’s first page and it made me feel really proud. So I think I will keep writing :)Whatever...Altough I’m not a professor or expert on studio lighting, I want to write about “shadow-less object / product photography”. You know we generally put our objects on a white seamless paper or anything like that and whenever we click the shutter, there is a shadow on the ground. Then we struggle to delete that shadow... continue reading

My first sale wow! Exciting

Hi everybody!!After few months, a lot of pictures upload and a lot refused, I finally have 10 pictures online, and my first sail!! Even if its just $0.35 for me looks like victory!!This make me feel great and stronger. Thank you very much I hope you enjoy my picture. continue reading

Is steak tax deducatible? :-)

What sort of materials does everyone declare on their taxes?Ink, paper, etc are all fine, but what about the items you shoot? continue reading

Something lost...lives on in stock

Over the last 4 years of doing stock photography I have photographed many a household item.Several of those items have subsequently been lost, stolen, sold or broken.For some reason I find it satisfying every time I get a sale for one of those items ;)Here are a few:What do you have in your portfolio that you no longer own but still keeps paying the bills ? continue reading

Half way to the first objective - 24 images approved

It was already been a long trip, even knowing that i have started uploading for just a month now.Got angry and desapointed with my self with the first rejections.The lack of experience at the stock images world is surely a great barrier to be transpassed.But i have been taken my time to meditate and learn from my mistakes, as well from my colleages contributors at the forum.So as a little child experiencing something new on each and every day, i started to learn.... continue reading

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