I'm a tennis fan, I like to play tennis, mostly as a hobby, but I also participated in competitions. Lately I've had another reason to love this sport: Simona Halep. I watch every match she plays, even late at night if the case, such as it was at the Australian Open.The problem is that because of the passion I put into it, I often end up with high blood pressure. I even joke about it with my colleagues: "Hi guys, last night Simona gave me 160 over 90 and it was only the second set.&... continue reading
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Hello friends, today I come back with a new article about landscape photography.Landscape photography has become one of the most popular types of photography among beginners.The main elements that will give birth to a nice photo are symmetry, repetition, contrast, asymmetry, coherence, symbolism and a drop of irony.They are also called the components of a balance.The simplest type of photography but also the most complicated is landscape photography.Tips for Landscape Photography:1.DSLR camera and... continue reading
Hello friends,Christmas Fairs have come back.In this article we will talk about the many opportunities to make successful photos at Christmas fairs around the world.To make successful pictures we need to pay attention to several things like:- location of the event,we can take pictures with nearby buildings realizing a panorama of the Christmas fair.The aerial images have an increasing search for buyers,they put an importance on the whole activity and beauty of the fair.But we can take pictures... continue reading
Dear Dreamstimers,I would like to share my experience with new full frame flaghsip from Nikon, model D850. To be honest, full frame isn't my "weapon of choice" due to its price level, weight and size - and it counts lenses also. As almost everyday user of APS-C format DSLR and occasional user of Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras i was of course curious where full format is heading. I mentioned tough battle between APS-C and Micro Four Thirds in my previous blog about new mirrorless flagship... continue reading
On Monday, August 21, 2017 there will be rare celestial event visible in the United States: A total solar eclipse. The umbra, or the deepest shadow cast by the moon completely blocking out the light of the sun will trace a band across 14 states from Oregon to South Carolina. The eclipse will also be partially visible everywhere in North America, northern parts of South America and in some parts of Western Europe and Africa.For photographers this is an opportunity to take some stunning shots... continue reading
Do you know about National Camera Day in every 29th June?Hi everyone!I’m Muhlis again. Do you know about (National) Camera Day is coming on this 29th June? Every First in PhotographyFirst Camera and First PhotoThe first photo is taken by a light-proof box with front lens. It was taken in 1802 in England, by Thomas Wedgwood, on the silver nitrate paper or a leather but the photo didn't stable.First Photo and MoreIn 1827, Niepce found the first image on the sensitive... continue reading
The development of electronic technologies and information technology has decisively affected the world of photography. The film reels were replaced by memory cards and batteries. DSLR cameras have become popular in the market and are accessible to various types of photographers.But you who are entering the world of the image or are already familiar with the world of clicks, do you know which camera model is best for your needs? What is DSLR?First let's decipher this acronym. Cameras... continue reading
The most common symbolic use of the skull is a representation of death. At first impression it carries a negative aura and nowadays more often its portrayal express everything what can be associated with evil in general. However, it can have and another meaning such as life after death, which leads to joy and fulfillment, celebration of life or cheerful memory of the dead one. For instance, a famous day of dead which is celebrated throughout Mexico can be associated more over with joy than sadness... continue reading
You already know about theese three components that are opening, shutter speed and ISO sensitivity. But it's othing without composition?The composition is actually how you arrange the elements of the scene being shot. Including moving yourself or moving objects. It is necessarily dependent on the frame size, that is to say, the shape of the rectangle you see in the viewfinder.The composition plays with:the presence or absence in the context of certain elementsthe place given to each... continue reading
When I started in photography back in the mid 1990s we were all shooting film and film that was manufactured for higher light sensitivity caused the silver halide to clump together causing a phenomenon we termed "grainy." Some photographers actually liked the look produced by this high speed film and a whole art subculture was born around it.Even today, in what can be called the digital age, these same individuals still practice their craft with high speed film.Even though the "we love grain"... continue reading
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