These photos got me thinking about the importance of photographing environmental cleanup while taking care that photographers don't take on unnecessary risks.What do I mean by that? If you're like me, sometimes you get so focused (no pun intended) on the shot, that you may lose almost all awareness of other things around you. Sometimes safety is one of the first things to go.Documenting environmental cleanup is important - as photographers we can help show progress that complies... continue reading
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Nature gives us plenty of fascinating landscapes, but there are only a few of us who dare to capture the greatness of a desert. Deserts offer us a different kind of uniqness and as a photographer this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience you shouldn't miss. They may be arid and lifeless, but those wastelands have so many stories to share with their visitors. That's why we are proud and happy to guest some great desert photography portfolios on Dreamstime. One of... continue reading
Every photographer knows you have to go to where the good shots are. Sometimes, that puts you in some conditions that are less than camera-friendly. Water, weather, dirt, falls: there’s a lot of things in the real world than can destroy an expensive camera. Getting the shot doesn’t mean losing your equipment, however. With the right preparation, any photographer can keep shooting no matter what.Protective CaseIf you’re going on an adventure, the last thing you want is for your equipment... continue reading
The meme in today's Web driven world is that information wants to be free.From state secrets to the hottest music or newest movie, the concept that everything should be free has somehow entered our collective mindset.The middle school kids I work with tell me to go on YouTube to play music because you can get every song and "its free".They have no concept of how the artists are paid and seem to have no direct way to compensate the artist for their work.If their parents complain about... continue reading
Hello everyone!Just a small reminder for the photographers that use social networks like facebook to promote their workPLEASE USE WATERMARK OVER YOUR IMAGES! Even the web sized ones!You won't like to see your images used on the web with out knowing if it was stolen or downloaded, specially for non exclusive photographers!Secure your potential sales even the small ones!Wish you great sales! Cheers :) continue reading
It’s quite cold outside. From the window I can see deep snow still covers the ground, trees and building roofs. People on the streets with thick clothes hurry their steps. The snow this winter was reported the heaviest during past 30 years and it’s said it’s a global phenomenon & more or less related with recent years climate change.Actually, with society developing & population increasing quickly, more & more pollution exit, like Greenhouse, Automobile exhaust, Chemical waste gas… when... continue reading
This goes for buyers who would like to use their downloaded photos online regarding the subject. Here are some tips on how to protect these photos from being copied and used with out permission... You know it's bad for buyers as they paid for it and for photographers as they wants to sell it again!Anyway here are some of the tips:1. If you want to use big resolution image try to slice it in smaller pieces. In this case make sure that the slices will load in away that makes appear gradually... continue reading
It is monsoon(rainy) season in India. Rainy season means increased levels of moisture and humidity in air. These increased levels of humidity and moisture can damage your gear if proper precautions are not taken. The damage can come in many forms, like moisture can lead to fungus on the lens, or high moisture can even damage the electronics of the gear. So here I try to compile some easy solutions to these problems.1. Use a rain cover to protect your camera bag.2. Use air tight polythene bags(... continue reading
Despite the reduced number of film and a large amount of chemicals the use of digital equipment required for power supply, as well as constantly updatedThe equipment will consume more resources. As a photographer, should become a real "green" photographer.The following 9 recommendations can help you to save our earth.1. To conserve electricityIf you do not want to aggravate the greenhouse effect, that the use of digital equipment, the need to control power consumption... continue reading
When I took a walk with my wife in Tongji University after lunch, we found a she-cat lying under a car. My wife like cats very much, so she got close to the she-cat. But it was angry and aggressive. I noticed there was also a little cat under the car. We understood why the she-cat was so aggressive, because it wanted to protect its baby. I was so lucky to catch that moment by my camera. It’s aggressive, virulent and preparing to fight anytime. It’s also a kind of maternal love. Hope they will... continue reading
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