Do you like reflections? The autumn colors reflected on the surface of a lake? The old church showing its grotesque form on the glas walls? Serene and peacefull or intirguing, reflections can give that ultimate plus to a photo.Here are some examplesThese colors of Halibut Point (NH, USA) The symmetry of Kaisermühlen (Vienna, Austria) The Stephansdom in the mirror (Vienna, Austria) The blue and green of Lobau - Donauauen National Park And one more thing to reflect... continue reading
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The blue hour occurs twice every day, just before sunrise and after sunset, but despite its regularity it provides almost magical opportunities for photography. Do you lack colors in your photos? Would you appreciate more mystical atmosphere in your frames? And would you treasure seeing your town from a unique perspective, which you would never have noticed at noon? Then the blue hour offers two unique, "once in a lifetime-like", chances every single day.This spring I have experimented with taking... continue reading
Hi everyone¡¡¡Most of my work Microstock performed from the free sessions. I like to experimentand turn those photographs that usually end up in a corner of any hard drive.I have the formation of surveyor and worked for more than 15 years in civil works ... how boring¡¡¡... It was all too grid and to very routine. I think Stock photography is too conditioned by income ... Most of the peoplewho decide to start uploading images to agencies expect immediate additional revenue and... continue reading
I recently had the pleasure to visit a tiny Norwegian town called Flam. Flam is a very small town situated at the end of a fjord (Aurlandsfjord) and dramatically surrounded by high mountains with steep sides and snow on the top. Aurlandfjord and Naeroyfjord are both part of Sognefjord which is one of the longest fjords in the world. One way to witness the fjords is from high up the mountains. This can be done on a hike but there is also an interesting viewpoint called Stegastein which is a... continue reading
Over the years, with my interest in photography, I’ve managed to start a collection of vintage cameras.Some came from my husband’s family, several others from a fleamarket in Tennessee.Oddly enough, almost all of these cameras are being sold on Ebay for not only more than I paid for them, but for more than their original pricetag!Recently, I took the time to photograph the Kodak vintage cameras in my collection and research the history of each one.These cameras are near and dear to... continue reading
I've never won a photo contest--until just this week. Just days after Obama won a second term.It was an open contest put on by a local business group: you post a set of twelve pictures on Facebook and the ones with the most votes during a set period gets into a calendar (plus 15% of the sales of that calendar).It seems like an all right deal, except there was not a panel of judges and anyone could vote on the photographs so whoever could get the most people to vote for their photos could... continue reading
While desperately thrashing around for some inspiration, I hit upon a thought.Why not look to some of the great masters of photography in the hope that an iota of their genius would rub off on me.Not a very original thought, I admit.But instead of exposing myself to a great spiral of depression by comparing their accomplished photography with my own amateurish efforts, I decided I would read their words of wisdom.First off, Ansel Adams.I’m not going to provide any details on his life... continue reading
I had a sleepless night a few weeks back in Brisbane and as the family was away I was able to check out a few spots I'd been wanting to visit in the city center for night shots with river reflections. It turned out surprisingly successful, especially given the amount of traffic on the river on Friday night with party boats going up and down with all their garish lights - great for light trails.I found a couple of look outs that created good places to shoot from and others under the Story Bridge... continue reading
Using reflections in photography can lead to interesting images with amazing effects. This collection on Building Reflections includes images from myself as well as my favorite images of other DT photographers.In this collection you can see different reflections such asreflections in mirrors, glass and ponds. All other kind of reflective surface can produce nice reflections to shoot interesting photos such as for example rivers, lakes, canals, raindrops, glass of water, glass of wine,... continue reading
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