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Tip of the week: Choose the right shooting angle

Maybe you have found yourself in the following situation: you’re looking at pretty pictures with the same subject, wondering why one image seems so appealing and another makes you feel like you have seen it a thousand times. There may be many reasons, but one of them is shooting angle.Take a look at these images and try to explain to yourself what messages these images convey, how they make you feel.The first image was shot from a high angle. It’s the most common way to photograph a child, a pet,... continue reading

Making a Left, When You Normally Take a Right...

When is the last time you just didn't go the same way?Yesterday I was driving home when I looked at my passenger and said, "you have been officially kidnapped." Then off we went. What should have taken about 1/2 hour drive home ended being almost 4 hours? Sometimes taking a new road can bring you new surprises and sights.I have found MANY new things just by getting lost or taking a left instead of a right. Today we had found the Ritner Creek Bridge, an old barn, a field... continue reading

Right season to shoot the scenery with low speed

On March this year I had an idea to travel around Erhai, which is located in Dali Yunnan China.It was a sunny day. The skywas blue and the airwas fresh. I leased a car and drove with my wife. We were so happy because that was what we wanted. It was noon time when we stopped at the small restaurant near the lake. I found there is a curvebeside the restaurant and the yellow flowers along the road. The brown mountain is in distance. I thought it was a good place to shoot. I needed... continue reading

Right place... Right time

Right place.... right timeIt’s my photographers dream… to be in the right place at the right time when suddenly, there it is - The Shot. Out-of-the-blue. And the Kookaburra are looking at each-other.I've been doing photography for years, self-taught and learning from my mistakes with manual only settings. From lenses to sensors. The best sensor Full frame (professional) or cropped (amateur)? Or Megapixels? And low-light discussions I guess. Is it all about the expensive... continue reading

Choosing the right wings for aerial drone photography

So you’ve decided to buy a drone but you’re a bit disarmed about what you should look for? First thing’s first, decide if you want to buy a drone for your personal pleasure or if you will end up chasing for results that require that much desired drone. Once you’re done deciding on this one you’ll face the next problem: The Budget. As with most electronics, there’s plenty to choose from. For pure pleasure, you can get toy drones for just a few bucks but as soon as you’re out of the ... continue reading

Right place. Wrong lens.

So here I am at the geyser in Iceland waiting for it to erupt.It turns out that it blew so high that I had the wrong lens to get it all in the frame.Before and after pics will have to do.     continue reading

The Conundrum of the Upper Right Corner in Web Design

Studies of user-behavior show, the upper right corner of a website is the area the human eye is least drawn to. This makes it a perfect spot for a contextual image, something users see, but don’t need to read. But who would shoot a picture like that?We Simply Read Left to Right and Top to BottomA majority of nations read left to right. We look to the upper left corner first, expecting key information such as the name of the website and the name of the individual page. We subsequently scan... continue reading

Dreamstime and beautiful June!

Friends!!!Dreamstime begins with a beautiful June! Sun, sea and so many sales.Thanks to my clients and to showcase Dt.Summer is still long and we hope to be spent in many nice surprises. If you want to spend a nice holiday I recommend Denmark.  continue reading

You have to be at right place at right time to take such shot

An awesome shot taken during heavy rain when a kid fell running on a slippery ground. These kind of photos are hard to find and you have to be at right place at right time. It was very exciting to watch stormy rain and natural beauty of the village. This photo has been approved for an monthly assignment at dreamstime.com . I’m hoping to win $300 or at least $200. Good luck to other contestants too.  continue reading

Finding the right location, props and lights for your stock photoshoot

In this previous blog we've discussed how to find the right model for your future photoshoot so it's time we move to the next step, finding a good location, props and lights setup.At this point you have already established a contract with your models so you’re in search for the perfect location. Since you already know what you will be shooting and have discussed this with the people you’ll work with now all you need is a good place to make it happen.Depending on what you have in... continue reading

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