My sister started studying in China in 2012 and I had the opportunity to visit her multiple times during her stay there. I always stayed for about a month each time so I can experience closely the culture, people and what interested me most as a photographer - life on the street. I ditched my DSLR just before my first trip to China for a mirrorless fixed-lens Fuji camera in pursuit of rediscovering my favorite photography genre - street photography. The lenses and the bulky camera... continue reading
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What does it take to become a stock photographer? today? nothing. (shot on a day trip with my daughter).A decent camera, basic composition skills (since Auto everything/photoshop will take care of the rest) is all you need. (shot on a family trip to a nearby park)Of course the more you learn and practice the better you will get, but don't let any lack of experience to stop you. Looking for opportunities is the key to success. Will I ever retire my day job and buy a house... continue reading
Gotta love traveling!Visiting new places can be such an inspiration for your photography. No matter how often the hills of Tuscany or the St. Peter's Basilica have been photographed by other people, if it's new to you then it's your opportunity to capture them from your own perspective.I recently visited Rome and Tuscany, Italy and was in my glory with all the beauty and opportunity for my own photography interpretation. Sure I had seen a million photos of the small towns of Cinque Terra, but... continue reading
I remember the times when I first joined here a few years ago, I had only a few images up (flower snapshots most of them) and was checking every other minute to see whether I made any sales.The first sale brought a lot of motivation with it, so I started shooting anything that could pass as stock photography, from people to food. And the great thing and benefit of it was how much I learnt in that time, reading tutorials, looking up to other photographers, researching what sells as stock.... continue reading
Let me introduce myself, my name is Gábor, a Hungarian travel photographer, married to an Italian, and living in Spain for the last 10 years. I have always been traveling a lot, but by far the biggest adventure I have ever taken on was a year and a half long backpacker trip around the world through the lands of South America, Oceania and South East Asia.After getting more than 500 images accepted here in Dreamstime, I would love to share some of the nicest shots I took during this trip in this... continue reading
Last week I took a family vacation up north for a cruise to Alaska; and as usual, I took advantage of the opportunity to take photos of new places. The trip took us first to Seattle where we boarded our boat and then to Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway and Victoria in British Columbia. It was an amazing trip.Besides the family fun and quality time, these places offer unique photographic opportunities; from the urban cityscapes of downtown Seattle, the rugged wilderness of Alaska and the... continue reading
Most people who travel go to each place they visit just once in their lifetime. Time is short and things to see plenty so why waste time. Traveling isn't cheap either so it makes sense to spend your money on something new and exciting. From a travel photographer's point of view however there is lot's to gain in going back.Let's admit it, the first time you visit a country you want to see it all. Even when you do your best to limit yourself you'll probably still be overdoing it and you'll spend... continue reading
NOMADS of North India are known as the group of person traveling from one place to another in along with their livestock in search of food and pasture for their cattle.Herd travels on foot to Hilly regions in summer of rich and healthypastures for their livestock and in winters they start moving towards plains in-order to survivewinters and selling by products of livestock such as milk , wool etc..Earlier , in past history there used to be large number of nomadic and tribal people in India... continue reading
Borobudur is wonderful buddhist stupa on Java island neer by Yogyakarta in Indonesia. The best is in the morning when you are on a hill with view to Borobudur during the sunrise. For sure you need the tripod. The foggy morning comes slowly and is quite dark. continue reading
This january was really hard in Indonesia. There were hudge floods. I have been in Manado just after the water disapeared - and what rest there was mud, trash and people trying to clean the city. Even the indonesian army was helping.There were floods not just in Manado but also in other cities. In the capital Jakarta were floods even twice. continue reading
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