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Think Before You Leap

If you are a photography enthusiast and taking up a journey, it is worthwhile finding out what are the interesting places on the way where there are photography opportunities. Even before packing the camera, one should make a list of these places so that you won't miss them.Lotus Mahal, HampiMaha Mantapa, HampiA few months ago I made a trip to one of the fantastic destinations called Hampi in Karnataka state of India. I searched the internet before preparing a list of potential places to visit.... continue reading

This Valentine’s Day – Think Outside the Box of Chocolates

Valentine's Day is almost here. Have you gotten your sweetie a card and some flowers? Better still, have you created all your Valentine’s Day themed stock photos?Stock photography revolves around universal concepts, and there is no more an universal concept than love. You just need to check the database to prove it. Search “Love” and you’ll get over 3 million hits. Try Valentine’s Day or Valentines Day for another million results. In fact, look at any combination of hearts, roses, couples,... continue reading

Think Like a Marketer

What is the idea? What do you want to say? What is being sold? What idea is screaming to be out there? How do you get their attention? These are the questions that marketers ask when they create advertising for their clients. Pretend you're Don Draper. Think like a swanky Creative Director, of a company who gets the big jobs. He and his team would eat, drink (lots of drinking, I know) and sleep advertising ideas. We are exposed to over 300 ads per day but only less than ten will engage... continue reading

FEED YOUR IDEAS WATCHING MOVIES

I think it´s important to watch some interesting movies that were dominated to oscar to the best photography beucause there we can notice some special play of light and colors that we can recreate later to our own way and add a little of our art and imagination then we can have a special and important image for our clients...I recommeed to watch this beautiful movie with a pen and notebook on your knees to can write it down the most important moment to catch it later like a picture.. continue reading

Trying some shots without post-production -Think out of box

Hey Everyone, who are experts and passionate about photography.To introduce myself ,I'm an amateur in this photography field.But I have a lot of passion towards the photography.Well mostly I do not do any post production.Well I just want to try and get the shot of natures or objects as they are.I've tried some shots and uploaded and uploading my best picks without much post production.I'm thinking something out of box.here a pineapple ,well an exceptional pinnapple which caught the eyes... continue reading

Categories & Keywords: Sometimes It's Best to Think Inside the Box P2

PART 2: THE SOLUTION FOR DOING SEO FOR IMAGES “I’m going to give you less than 30 seconds to draw a picture of a tree. Go.”Running a sketch meetup group, I prompted a café full of extremely creative artists with this, and do you know what happened? I got the same stuff back from each person: a lollipop broccoli tree. That was when I informed them how they could have drawn an evergreen tree, a bonsai, a branch, leaf, fruit, or seed, the roots at the bottom, a squirrel or owl in... continue reading

Categories & Keywords: Sometimes It's Best to Think Inside the Box

PART 1: THE PROBLEM WITH SEO FOR IMAGES  “What’s in the box?”This question is asked by Brad Pitt’s character, Detective David Mills, in the 1995 neo-noir crime thriller movie, Se7en. As viewers, we never get to see the answer, what was actually in the box. Although the criminal, John Doe (Kevin Spacey), tells us, it’s Mills’ wife’s head, he could have been lying. There are other clues to help us guess: the movie genre and rating, the pattern of deaths having to do with... continue reading

What I think about the difference of Sigma Sigma 50mm and 105mm

What I think about the difference of Sigma Sigma 50mm and 105mm macro lenses is that with Sigma EX 105 / 2,8 DG OS HSM Macro avoids the insects fly away when you do not have to go so close to the object. After that you get a little more Dof dots out of focus when shooting with a higher focal value.  continue reading

Think twice before you upgrade your camera body!

After using my lovely D700 Nikon for more than 5 years I decided to buy the new D810 body.What I didn't consider was the rest of my digital infrastructure. My computer is even older than my retired D700. In terms of our quick changing modern world: Close to stone age ...That's why my happines about my new pixel monster (called Nikon D810) decreased when I copied the first bunch of pixel monster babies (called high resolution photos) with my USB 2.0 card reader to my computer. The transfer... continue reading

Dear Deer, I think these are two of my best

hi folksWell sometimes it just happens. It would frighten me to add up the hours i have spent sitting in wet, damp, dark, smelly hides and come home with nothing. Then out of nowhere you get this  There i was driving merrily along the road in the countryside close to home keeping an eye open for anything worth stopping to take a picture of.The odd cow, a few sheep, couple of horses nothing to get excited about then WOW i braked so hard i almost put myself through the windscreen when... continue reading

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