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
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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
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
Like many people on DT I have spent time looking at other people's portfolios and wondering what they have done to get the often exceptional sales to portfolio size ratios they have.One thing that is obvious is that there is a need for a mixed portfolio consisting of a range of topics that ideally combine the interests of the photographer with their technical capabilities and the needs of our customers.There are clearly many talented photographers on DT who have managed to reach this wonderful... continue reading
Here is a list of my favorite photography resources.Some are free, others have a monthly or annual subscription fee:DPReview: good source for news and infoKelby Training: tons of courses, as little as $25 for a month's access to anythingCreative Live: Semi monthly free courses, can purchase after the factAdobe TV: Webcasts on using Adobe productsAnimoto: Great for creating quick videos (quick video I did)Strobist: classic for learning lightingLuminous Landscape: Good videos and real... continue reading
Hello Fellow Dreamtimers,I am writing for the first time for 2 reasons.First, if you have never heard of NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals) you should check them out at www.photoshopuser.comFor $99 per year as a membership fee you get 6 mags yearly, 24/7 free Photoshop help, discounts on Hardware, software, and the ability to interact with great photogs and artists from around the world.The free 24/7 help and tutorials are worth the membership fee itself, and I... continue reading
I came across Free Online Classes that I thought some of you might be interested in! Please tell them the KC Camera Club sent you!During the 10-week structure of the course, students will learn digital photography while working at their own individual skill level. Using the digital camera of their choice, they will explore lighting, color, texture, composition, and other subject matter to achieve a solid grounding in both technical and creative photographic processes.Sharing for those who... continue reading
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