1. Go with the flow then stop at the most empty looking corner. The biggest treasures are in the most unexpected spots.2. Do not hunt for these iconic places, find new places you can make iconic!3. Look up, look down, look behind you, bend, crawl, jump, lie down, go to your knees, try to learn how to fly – use the skills of a literally flexible photographer.4. Pick a theme. Make a story. Brainstorm. Create an album in your mind in advance.5. Keep your camera always close to you, as you never know... continue reading
Search results for "photogenic"
Today I am so happy with a sale on one of my favorite images that I uploaded more than half a year ago. I would like to share my joy with you.The image was taken in a late afternoon when I was strolling around in my garden looking for interesting subject to snap. I found this little ladybird which was inactive and when I looked closely, I found that it was actually busy feasting on aphids. After several shots, I selected this one and cropped in tight to create a more concentrated view. Nature... continue reading
Technically is still summer, but every September is the same - I start to feel autumn mood. I love all seasons, and autumn is so "photogenic season" in my opinion.I enjoy to think how to create autumn mood.I have had a nice time during creating autumn still-life with food - wine, grapes, apples, pears.It has been a great joy to create it. I felt like a "painter" of old times looking at my prepared photo scenes. The style reminded me the old paintings.I specialize in mystical topics,... continue reading
The American Robin (Turdus migratorius) is so common to most of North America that it is often overlooked as the subject for photographers.Their natural tendency to not be easily startled or distracted by nearby human activity makes them excellent subjects for highly detailed close-up photography.On two different occasions, I took these sharp, clear, vivid photos right in my own front yard, less than 25 feet from my house, and less than 10 feet away from the robin.In the photo of the robin on... continue reading
Interact, make friends, share tips and techniques, have fun. Dreamstime wants your ideas and thoughts whether you are a photographer, designer or regular user. Create a blog to tell your story, promote favorite images and photographers, post tutorials or simply exchange opinions with your with fellow dreamstimers.
Don't forget words and pictures go great together so make sure you choose some Dreamstime favorite pics to brighten your article. For inspiration, check out the hottest or the most useful blogs on the left.
Create a blog to tell your story, promote favorite stock images and photographers
Join the discussion in the Dreamstime photography forum. Learn from, and share with, hundreds of professional stock photographers just like you!Photography Forums