Here I want to share some simple pictures of animals on black background. I do like it, because its focus is on a part of figure isolated from natural background. Though the animal is isolated from its natural surroundings whether it be a park, a zoo or a forest, these pictures somehow look “alive”. When I first saw that bison looking sideways and passing away from my vision field, I felt a bit disappointed that no worth pictures have made. However, being at home and checking the photos, his sad... continue reading
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People in the streets of Istanbul in one of the central regions of city named Kadikoy district. Historically known as Constantinople and Byzantium, Istanbul is the most populous city of the country Turkey and the country's economic, cultural, and historic center. continue reading
In portrait photography there are two basic poses. The C pose and the S curve.The S curve pose in predominantly a female pose while the C curve can be used for both female and male model, while being predominantly a male pose.In this blog we will explore these poses.The S curve for the female is defined by drawing a line the top of the head and following the middle of the body to the knees.Please view these images in full, most of them are vertical and cropping them for this blog obscures... continue reading
In 2011 I made a trip to the Gambia and this relatively little west-african country, much as it can't boast with the "Big Five" of the east-african national parks, is however a paradise for birdwatchers and photographers.A quite safe place surrounded by the much bigger Senegal, it offers easy birding and photography thanks also to the well organised guide service it has.From the point of view of a Dreamstime contributor though I can't say that the work I made in The Gambia has been rather fruitful.... continue reading
I don’t actually recall where I read, that “We all start by loving the toy, and we end up loving the art". That’s precisely how I got hooked to photography. Unlike studio portraits, outdoor portraits provide portrait photographers a variety of challenges and opportunities.As usual I have posted my blog about Outdoor Portraits Shooting Tips and Tricks at www.myblogs.pw website, since its not allowed to post full contents here I ask you all to read from the original post. Click Here... continue reading
Hi everyone, I've just created my first collection of flying predators. I chose only headshot portraits with high closeup. Various species, photographers and frames. For me, the end result is amazing.Below Dreamstime collection Link:Click here --> Birds of Prey collection continue reading
hi folksWell sometimes it just happens. It would frighten me to add up the hours i have spent sitting in wet, damp, dark, smelly hides and come home with nothing. Then out of nowhere you get this There i was driving merrily along the road in the countryside close to home keeping an eye open for anything worth stopping to take a picture of.The odd cow, a few sheep, couple of horses nothing to get excited about then WOW i braked so hard i almost put myself through the windscreen when... continue reading
When I started in photography back in the mid 1990s we were all shooting film and film that was manufactured for higher light sensitivity caused the silver halide to clump together causing a phenomenon we termed "grainy." Some photographers actually liked the look produced by this high speed film and a whole art subculture was born around it.Even today, in what can be called the digital age, these same individuals still practice their craft with high speed film.Even though the "we love grain"... continue reading
Some things I know so far for photographing children andI thought to share since editorial children photos became somewhat popular in my portfolioOf course after taking the permission of their parents however most photos I took were at charity events so their parents or mom was with the children and were happy to take photos of them so it was ok to take photosFeel free, find the child in you, be free play with the kids have fun, get to know them and spend sometime with them before taking photos,... continue reading
1. Have 1000 + images online2. At least 70 sales3. Take more portraits outside using existing light4. Visit and take photos of new places, preferably abroad5. Have more patience while either waiting or preparing for the perfect image6. Master the basic skills in illustratingHopefully an evaluation will be done at the end of the year with a pleasant outcome.Fire away photographers!My last sale continue reading
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