Waterfalls. A photography gold mine. There's no such thing as a bad waterfall photo, right? Maybe, but it's not as easy as it seems. The base is where the action is and the base can be hard to get to. Even if the cascade you want to capture is in an urban environment, you're generally going to find some rugged terrain. You're going to need to plan ahead, taking into consideration access, proper footwear and clothing, necessary equipment and general personal safety.Access and EnvironmentMost... continue reading
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Should i purchase a 24-70mm lens or maybe go with two different lenses covering this range? That question has definitely been in your head when trying to figure out what lenses to buy. The answer is not simple but it comes down to what type of photography you will use a zoom or a prime lens for.Shot on Canon EOS 5D Mark II with Canon EF 28mm f/1.8 USM lensA Prime (fixed focal lens) is, well, a fixed focal lens that some people might see as limiting, but it compensates that limitation... continue reading
I always liked to travel, to revisited old places and to see the change in people and nature. It’s like reading the same book and notice every time something new or just a bent page. Although I was in California many times, my camera missed some of the most important places that one can visit … Well, not this time… this time I will see them all. Yosemite National Park is one of the most spectacular places in North America, hiding in the heart of Sierra Nevada mountains, home of the highest... continue reading
Hi,I am new to Dreamstime and I would like to get as much as possible from this site in terms of exposure for my images, photographic tips and just see what other photographers are doing.I am from Ireland and based in Dublin.The first selection of images I uploaded are on the theme of 'windows' as portals for looking out onto the worldand also looking into an internal space.I am intrigued by what the camera reveals and also by the colour combinations that arise in natural settings. I... continue reading
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
For many photographers, the hardest part of a photographic project is settling on an idea. Fine art photography isn't so much about snapping as many photos as you can in the hope that you get the perfect shot. Instead, a good project takes lots of time, thought and research. Those three things are all part of the “creative process.” Want to learn more? I'll show you my basic creative process so that you can learn how to turn those half-formed ideas into works of art.It Starts with... continue reading
Lista completa de laminas ilustradasThe Pencil of Nature (in English The pencil of nature)It is the first photographic and illustrated history book, published in installments between 1844 and 1846 by William Fox Talbot.1The book details the development of the calotype by Talbot includes 24 prints made by this process. The book illustrates some of the possible applications of the new technology. The photos contained therein are attached by hand, a method that years later would bring problems... continue reading
What makes a famous photographer famous? It’s not the gear he uses, and it’s normally not a single image, either. Most of the greatest photographers have a certain style that makes their images immediately recognizable. Style is the reason why you can pick an Ansel Adams landscape out from a thousand others. Style makes you unique, it’s an extension of your personality and it’s what sets you apart from everyone else.What Style is NotThere are many misconceptions about... continue reading
Hi!Start the new year is a time for planning my trips abroad. What about you?What or where is your photographic paradise?In the woods, in the wilderness, at sea, in the mountains, in the city or in your house ...?What category of photos inspires you the most?Which country or destination you would like to visit and why?Share with us your thoughts and dreams on this DT blog ...What about this place? I am convinced that all of us love these shots from... continue reading
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