Winter is coming.Let's prepare for Wintertime photos!Photographing with snow can be tricky, especially when the weather is not on your side.I am still new but I think stock photographer should look more into what kind of wintry photos our customers need, postcard - print out - commercialise - or else, in addition to just photographing.Let me know what do you think of this statement, and also my photos :)Here is my recent 'Winter' theme uploads.They were from my time in the UK. You... continue reading
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Spring is coming to the northern hemisphere, and with it, the farmer's markets will soon return in abundance. I'm so excited to be able to go out wander the markets, and the farms, and the roadside stands in the sunshine again collecting a rainbow of tempting and delicious fruits and vegetables, and to plan my meals around the fresh, locally grown produce in the prettiest and most vibrant colors that catch my eye and inspire the appetite. The lively shapes and textures and aromas are so... continue reading
These pictures are the latest one who is acceptet, it has take a while.......These mountain have a big nature reserve, but you can still find a few cabin.Even the main-raod are on that montain, you can still find Peace.It`s one of the montain you drive on from North to South. continue reading
Travel photographyBefore the trip1. Decide a camera strategy that suits youDetermine whether you want to carry one (high end) camera kit, or do you have two or three cameras (good camera phones will do as well) at hand that you use in different situations. Both strategies have their advantages. If you want to become a photographer who may sell photos and perhaps exhibit them, only the best gear will do. If you shoot for your own blog, for an upcoming travel book, or for an article, having... continue reading
I love Norway and every year I try to learn a little bit more about this country. This year I started with, I think the mostpopular tourist route – Atlanterhavsveien- the Atlantic Road, which winds its way over smooth rocky islets.I will never forget the morning with the beautiful sunrise with incredible blaze of colour between the clouds and water … It was about 4 o’clock in the morning. I jumped out of my car to take photos, but at the same moment I felt something biting every piece... continue reading
Just a quick technical tip this week...I wanted to take a quick moment to write about an issue I had this week with my Canon 7D and the Tamron 70-300mm VC lens. For those who have read my blogs in the past, you know that I recommend this combination as a good economy rig for those getting started or simply have no budget for photography gear.For the most part I have been using this lens with manual focus for birds on a stick and had not used the AF a whole lot, but when I did use it, I noticed... continue reading
I believe, I got it accepted, because road and travelling are deep in my soul. I live and breathe it.Here is my first, ever accepted assignment shot.I dedicate this small achievement to my beloved wife (on the picture), whofully shares my love to the world of Photography! continue reading
6 new collections need your suggestions :) Even if you have nothing to contribute to the current ones, enjoy going through them and keep your eyes open for my future blogs & collections!Venetian Carnevale MasksDogs for Cat PeopleGreen, Red, & YellowRailroadsAwaySnowy SummitsOf course the old collections are always open for new additions, check out my old blogs:Part I,Part II,Part III,Part IV,Part V,Part VI,Part... continue reading
One of my tricks for finding new places to photograph is to make a turn on some road I've never been on before and then rely on my GPS to bring me back home.Warning! If you try this in Vermont or any other rural area make sure you have plenty food, water, a spare tire, a cell phone and cash.In Vermont I've found that the GPS will direct you on to roads that any normal person would consider someone's driveway or an abandoned logging road, or perhaps even a hiking trail!This... continue reading
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