My three most popular images - based on views - probably don't have a ton of views or likes in comparison to some of the more established, well downloaded images you can find on this site. Some of the photos here absolutely blow me away, and make me want to find great shots like them. But, with only about a month of solid trying behind me, I have had a few images that got a good number of views. I'd like to share with you how each of those images came to be. Young Girl With Vivid Orange Flowers... continue reading
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A recent trip to the So. Rim, Grand Canyon during a snow storm created some challenging photographic conditions so I thought I would share as it might be helpful to less experienced shooters as I once was. It was cold, snowing and wind driven conditions,making itless than ideal to create some good stock photography.Nevertheless I was there so I was going to make the most of a 2-day stay.Knowing that the train pulls in at about 11:30AM andwhere I wanted to capture the shot I calculated... continue reading
Indoor architectural photography, the most difficult is the composition, this photo is my use wide-angle lens shooting, using the golden section composition method, but not perfect, do you have any better indoor mapping strategy? continue reading
Here also the boundary 350 is taken! It is so much files at me in a portfolio. I understand that it very much and very little.... Ten more times are necessary so much... But the more I work with DT - the more you understand the defects and misses, as photographer and as designer... (Reading blogs - you see that light needs to be exposed SO..., it is better to use a lens SUCH, better to Process the image SO...) Thanks to all photographers and designers who advise, prompt, and, thanks, of course... continue reading
(First; sorry for my english ;o))This year i started a new hobby.Creating my own bonsai-trees from seed! :o)One of my little Plants is accepted in Dreamstime. Maybe next year i have luck and more pictures of it`s growing and bonsai training will be accepted here. :o)It tooks only 5 Days to get this little Plant from seed!It is a Bolusanthus speciosus (Elephant Wood) First, i have to do, is to cut the tap-root, because as a bonsai it has to grow in a small flower pot and... continue reading
Photo story begins in the summer day when I was in the train station in Craiova. Sun, warm outside, the atmosphere torrid summer, so I pulled out the cell phone and I caught a few random shots.I came home and browse photos I decided to upload this picture in dreamstime application, and surprise ... it was my first photo sold !!! continue reading
Well this could very well be the first training blog for all you photographers out there who would like to become "photo fit".We have all felt that tiredness in the shoulders, cramps in the hands from holding that camera body and 800g lens hanging around your neck.The sore shoulders from walking all day with your gear in your backpack.Well I have some suggestions for getting those vital parts that we as photographers need to work for long periods of time up to scratch.Shoulders... continue reading
Over the past few weeks I’ve been attending Vega School of Brand Leadership’s Wedding Photography course in Durban, South Africa. It’s likely that wedding photography is the most demanding of all photographic assignments. So it stands to reason that if one can learn to deliver excellent creative photographic work in the pressure cooker of a wedding environment, one can probably cope with any assignment outside a war zone.The Vega Durban photography course has been an enjoyably fair mixture... continue reading
You most likely want to be a pro and perhaps you already are. But are you a good pro? Or do people cringe when they see you are going to be on a shoot? Here are a few tips that will make you a better pro.Check your ego at the door - You are a good photographer or you wouldn't be on the job in the first place. No one is going to hire someone who does lousy work. They also will not hire someone AGAIN who thinks they are a gift to the photographic community. No time for drama. You have a job to do.... continue reading
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