Before you arrive in a new location, do research. Looking at map is not enough. Nor are guidebooks necessary the only printed form of information at your fingertips. Get a compass so that you will be able to anticipate how the light will be at different times in the day in different locations. If your shooting location is near the tidal zones, look up the tide charts. Read as much as you can about the place not just in guidebooks but go to the web archives of travel magazines to learn what's new.... continue reading
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I'm in San Francisco this week, staying near Union Square. There is a photographer on every corner snapping every which way.So how do to create images of a beautiful and much photographed city that will stand out from the competition?A mentor of mine gave this advice to travel photographers. He said to visit all the places you think you want to photograph on the first day or two upon arriving... continue reading
There are some great opportunities, and challenges, in photographing the night sky. This is especially true if you want to include the Milky Way as in this photo below. Here are four steps to make it easier for you.1. Plan the location.You are looking for the darkest sky possible. In order to capture the Milky Way you will need to find a south facing location (in North America) where you are at least twenty miles or so away from a city or town. Plus the scene should ideally have no light sources... continue reading
Hi FriendsI have just started my work with dreamstime. I am crazy for photography experience. Dreamstime helped myself becoming my dreams true.I took the first shot of a flower on a roadside greenbelt. That photo was accepted. After that i was so excited to make more pictures.I planned to go in a nearby housing scheme garden. I spent three hours there and took plenty of photos. Photos of flowers, sunset, lake, bridge etc. I took photos from different angles and different settings of... continue reading
Like -Muhlis Gürsoy- I like to take Sunrise and Sunset photo,s. For some of mineI have gone out 4:30 in the morning to try to get a good shot or hauled myself and camera's and tripod up a hill for a shot.I hope you like some of my images. continue reading
Hello everyone!This is my new collection. Do you like sunset / sunrise photos? If you want to look some photos on collection, here we go! (Sunset on Pamukkale (Hierapolis) - Denizli, Turkey. Taken on Spring 2017) (Sunset on "Strait of Malakka" from Pantai Puteri (Puteri Beach) - Melaka / Malakka, Malaysia. Taken on Summer 2016) (Sunrise on Denizli, Turkey. Taken on Summer 2017)If you're satisfied / glad with this photos, they are many selected photos more. Here's the page... continue reading
Well, looking online this morning I saw that someone has bought one of my photos, which was a great surprise. Of course I'm very happy about this, very happy indeed.The photo was taken quite recently and was taken as we were on a walk around a small Spanish village called Sedella, which is in the province of Andalucia, Spain. The area is also known as the Axarquia and is a very beautiful part of Spain, having lots of small white painted villages inland, miles of sunny coastline and even... continue reading
So beautiful, especially at Sunset. The hiking is so much joyful with the view of Pacific Ocean and the sunset. There are lots of Sunflowers blooming during spring time. Torrey Pines State Park bring happiness to people who live in San Diego. Torrey Pines State Park through my eyes as follows. continue reading
The colourful sky is one of the most fascinating scenes to take a picture of. Quite often people start to shoot too early, resulting in a very dominating orange ball called the sun. I prefer to start when the sun is almost disappearing behind the horizon. Then the sky and the sun are in balance and the clouds in the sky get an orange backlight. The above picture was taken at roughly 22:00 hours at the end of May along the coast of Noordwijk aan Zee, the Netherlands. Right at the time... continue reading
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