With the help of paint and flowers you can transfer your inner world. I like experimenting with paint, as well as in this figure. Very beautiful look bright spots on gray and cold concrete. It's not just prints and not just concrete. For many lives like this concrete - gray and cold. Do not be afraid to add paint to it. Having added at least a little, we change a lot, at first glance, on a simple concrete and monotonous floor. continue reading
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Hi Dreamstimers, here I am again. Although I have never experienced food photography, that's a thing a feel attracted from.All begun when a friend of mine started his business in growing plants and selling his own products as typical here nearby. He is a passionate photographer and told me: that's a good way to attract buyers and clients, to have a decent picture illustrating what you produce and sell. Here I am using some of your pictures, that I find very near to my concept.I started... continue reading
Flipping through faded photographs of holidays, (Kodak variety) I spotted how part of every trip for me is to 'go' to the ruins.I celebrate the past in my new destination even if it is not labelled or clear if the statues are native to the country or an import.How much of a continent can be explained by it's ruins is something I question, as this is the past and the country is a new place.When I got to the famous old treasures of Knossos in Crete, I had picked a bad day it was closed but... continue reading
Hi everyone!I just created a new collection. It contains some big panoramas that can be used for big prints, posters, calendars etc...Here is the link:BIG panoramasIf somebody wants his or her image to be included into this collection, please don't hesitate to give me a hint... continue reading
Some times it's really hard to show the photographer where his/her image(s) has ended!Just for the newbies I want to explain that not always what buyer download is in use, due to change of plans or any alternatives that might come up! ....Many members are searching the web with hope of finding their images in use (I'm one of them by the way), but mostly it's like mission impossible!Here I would like to show you some images in use as a print!.It was a bit hard to find the place... continue reading
10th nov. 2009, 9:30 pm GMT: the new Roberto Caucino Fine Art Photography web site is on line. Welcome...Travelling around the world through mountains, seas and deserts, I perceived the crucial importance of the preservation of natural environments: the desire to share the beauty of what we risk to destroy prompted me to use the skills acquired during my career as a commercial photographer.I believe that if people saw the beauty that surrounds us they would understand the importance of nature... continue reading
Color calibration is important to ensure that what we are seeing in our images are the same as what others see in their computer.Even though we can't control other people's display, if we don't take the effort of calibrating either using software or hardware based, we will never know what the other people will see.At least by controlling and calibrating on our side, for those who are calibrated, they will see what we aspire in the images.To me, this is also true for image submission for dreamstime.... continue reading
Canvas is an exciting media to work with.I love the texture and the feel of it.You can get fine and coarse canvas textures and I love the different and exciting effects that you can create with canvas.You can achieve stunning color reproduction on canvas and maintain all the fine detail useda photographer painstakingly wishes to achieve, however on the other hand the media can be quite forgiving and some absolutley stunning paint effects may be achieved on some poorer quality photographs.Once... continue reading
Recently I entered a photography contest that required 4" by 6" prints. I put some images on a disk and headed off to the local Kodak machine to print them out (my printer is not quite up to the job!) Only when they came out of the machine, all warm and shiny, did I realize that it has been over a year since I had held my real pictures in my hand. I'd forgotten the rewarding feeling of great prints. No bending over the computer examining pixels at 100% or squinting looking for noise. Just photos in... continue reading
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