Transportation is in our lives every day and everywhere.If you travel a lot it will be easy to get a moment and stop on a refuge of the motorway or in a petrol station.Trucks and intense traffic are subjets on demand.This image was taken with a tripod and a 40mm lens previously focused and in manual exposition mode.I take many shots to other trucks to check image and finaly choose this one.Edited after to remove labels and make a blur effect.Be carefull when you are very close to the road,if you have... continue reading
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Going to the lake can be very fun for people and families, whether its fishing, boating, or even soaking in some sun on the beach the lake has always been a hot travel spot from people for centuries. When the suns just right and the waters got that beautiful glow to it it is a perfect storm for a stock photographer because you can capture that image and only have to do little and sometimes no editing at all to the image and have a beautiful completed stock photo.On bright sunny days you can... continue reading
Journey is often more beautiful than the destination , this is proved again and again.Mostly we start the journey for Photography destination early in the morning and as soon as we reached the outskirts of city we first encounter Sunrise then season specific fields, then hills and forest, rivers and bridges, lakes.We we pass through the fields and forest we got opportunity to shoot lots of birds , wild animals and reptiles.Season after rain provides opportunity to shoot clean blue... continue reading
Traveling snapshots - have your camera ready!Travelling for fun is all about exploring new and exciting places, learning new cultures and getting to know new people. When you see new places for the first time, snapshots are often the name of the game - you go with whatever you stumble upon.Consider this example from the more or less random airport of Frankfurt, where I was just passing by - but there she stood, absorbed in her own thoughts as a perfect representative of the melancholy, waiting... continue reading
When you are on the road for whatever reason, if somebody tells you that you need to get up early to catch the golden hour lighting, your first reaction probably will be no way. However, as difficult as it sounds, I find it very rewarding to get up early either to shoot the sunrise, or just to shoot whatever objects in the soft morning light.One example is when I was on a business trip to San Francisco. Coming from the east coast, I knew I would have suffered from 3-hour jet lag. So, instead... continue reading
Travel photography... I haven’t had much experience in this type of photography before my road trip around Scotland last spring. But I think it was actually an advantage that helped me to create my own unique photo-story. And I’m very pleased with how it turned out.To begin with, I have to say that to me photography is all about capturing emotions and feeling and “rules” come second. I’m a firm believer that it is more important to develop our own style and vision rather than imitate someone... continue reading
For the most traveller with less prepared for a new destination or just wandering on the road to see and to record what he/she saw, I have some tips for you to get most chance to take great photos while you are on the road, even you are not a professional photographer.#1 Get up early and set out! The early bird gets worms. Most good landscape photos were taken at daybreak, themagnificent and beautiful views will be a gift to those diligentpeople.#2 Use Google... continue reading
Since lot of my photos are travel photos and my editorials are also mostly made "on the road", ad hoc, I was a bit in trouble about this topic. I mostly follow my instincts, when I see something interesting, I push the button.I read a nice artice about your best travel photos being made at home - and I totally agree. That is the place you know, with all the hidden gems, you can wait for the nice weather and you can shot pictures at any time, in any conditions.My other best travel photos... continue reading
I love to travel and often do it.You could say I'm an avid traveler.Most of my photos I took while on the road. Of course I plan my trips and they have a clear destination. And Yes most often I shoot landmarks. This spring we all family traveled to Moscow. It was a one-day trip and we planned to visit the legendary Exhibition of achievements of the national economy and the Pushkin Museum of art.The main attraction of a visit to the legendary VDNCH was last renewed in the Space pavilion.... continue reading
1. Go with the flow then stop at the most empty looking corner. The biggest treasures are in the most unexpected spots.2. Do not hunt for these iconic places, find new places you can make iconic!3. Look up, look down, look behind you, bend, crawl, jump, lie down, go to your knees, try to learn how to fly – use the skills of a literally flexible photographer.4. Pick a theme. Make a story. Brainstorm. Create an album in your mind in advance.5. Keep your camera always close to you, as you never know... continue reading
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