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Weekend findings

Over the weekend My husband and I love to just drive around.We took a Drive to Bernadotte Illinois.Bernadotte has a Café there which we like to frequent Great food, Great people.They also have an old Telephone booth, I know some of you probably weren't aware there used to be such a thing unless you saw it in movies. Also has Old bridge. While on our drive we saw this Beautiful Barn and Outhouse. This Beautiful Butterfly! One more just for the sheer... continue reading

Practise wildlife photography in a Zoo

Visiting a zoo is indeed a very wonderful experience. During my son's school holidays we visited a famous zoo here in Australia. It is the Australia Zoo located in a peaceful town of Beerwah in Queensland.This zoo is huge at a size of about 40 hectares. They have a transport system inside the zoo as the place is so huge it will take you longer if you prefer to walk around the place.The zoo have a wide range of birds, mammals and reptiles. There are also exhibits that gives you more information... continue reading

lens stress

Am I the only photographer who suffers from lens stress/envy/anxiety? I'm slowly nearing the 100 photos landmark with dreamstime and up until recently have made do with one lens; the tamron 17 -50 f2.8 (non IS) which has served me very well.I have always known I would need to get some kind of telephoto as a logical next step and finally I went for a canon EF 70 - 300 a couple of months ago. It has taken me several years of indecision and procrastination to take this step, mainly because I couldn'... continue reading

Killers and Heroes

As so many nature lovers I enjoy a lot watching nature documentaries in the TV, different channels offer spectacular scenes from all the continents. It is no longer exclusively the habitat of National Geographic: Discovery, Odisea and many others, from the USA, Europe, Japan and other countries delight us with beautiful and breathtaking animal behavior.Hunting, loving, killing, breeding, feeding and many other situations in the life of wild animals unfold in front of our eyes, we enjoy and we learn... continue reading

Review: 70-200 4L USM

I debated long and hard before buying this lense.It cost more than I had ever spent on glass before.And what I really wanted was the f2.8.But, if I went with the 2.8, I knew that I would need IS due to the weight of the lense and that added significantly to the cost.Plus, it was heavier to lug around and I love going outdoors and getting nature shots.So, I compromised and treated my self to the f4.To help you understand where my review might or might not fit your skill level and... continue reading

The versatility of On-Air

Allow me to introduce you to a collection of images titled ON-AIR.Originally designed for Radio and Television Studios, the sign has now come to represent a vast range of Media and Content mediums.And I've become a tad obsessed with finding the best ones and photographing them for Dreamstime.Here is the collection so far.ON-AIR COLLECTION continue reading

The wonderful Minolta 100-300 F4.5-5.6 APO Best quality and value tele for your money.

Firstly a bit of background; I am primarily a landscape photog who does a fair bit of hiking and backpacking, so size and weight become important factors for me in my choice of lens.I don't do a whole lot of wildlife photography unless said wildlife is fairly still.Enter the Minolta 100-300mm APO; which weighs around 1lb and is quite compact, so it's easy to take with me on my hikes.Now of course small and compact is useless if the quality isn't there, but with this lens, the quality is definitely... continue reading

Somebody get the phone!

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What I Wish I Knew Before Going on Safari, Part 2

Before I went on safari, I sought advice on what to take from every source I could find--discussion boards, books, friends who had done a lot of nature photography. . .Over and over, I was advised to take the longest lens I could, and to get a teleconverter to extend that lens even further.I listened to this advice, and it turned out to be useful.What I always never heard, though, was the suggestion that I take a wide angle lens.The advice I got (or at least the advice I listened to!... continue reading

Modernized table television test.

Dear ladies and gentlemen!I have honour to offer, all who plans to open own telechannel, the television testtable.By means of the given test it is possible to check up such parameters:1. Accuracy of a colour rendition.2. Geometrical distortions of the screen.3. Gradation of brightness.4. Data of beams of a kinescope.5. Clearness and focusing.The table is designed in conformity with standards of telecasting. All the sizes long and requirements are strictly sustained. Structurally... continue reading

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