i have a camera Nikon D80 10 MP with a lensED AFS nikkor 24-120mm F 3.5-5.6 G VR...but i don't know if it gives good photoes that can be accepted here in dreamstime ...so i need your help and some lessons about different use of different parameter of the camera (snowy days ...sunset...dark lights) and how members here treat their photoes .....i hope that this will be taken in ur consideration continue reading
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Last week I did a shoot with Terri, my latest new model whom you might have seen from commercials on TV or even as supporting character in movies.We decided to do a health-spa photoshoot. Key was to keep it simple and clean. As you can see in the photos Terri has amazing hair and a great complexion that should market well in the Brazilian community. continue reading
Have you ever thought about pipes and piping systems as a suitable stock photo theme? Sometimes, specific images themes and objects turn out to be quite successful stock photos. In my case, I have seen images about pipes and piping systems to have a quite high conversion scores: many clicks or views result in actual downloads.It seems that photos in the area of technology and engineering do quite well. And after a couple of trials, I noticed it was quite fun to make pictures of pipes: they shine,... continue reading
It’s been almost 5 years since I was addict to photograph,and as a beginner I went through a lot like the other shutterbugs. For an example at the beginning when using the medium or telephoto, I liked the feeling of dim background only felt it’s quite cool; another example was when initially got to the wide-angle, in particularly quite fascinating at the exaggerate deformation of architectures and interesting effect of deformation of characters; when began to use PS, felt that it’s quite magic... continue reading
1. Balance the light.Uneven lights and shadows can make a good photo look "unfinished" and distract the eye from the actual subject and meaning. I almost always balance my picture using shadows at the edges and the majority of the light on and around the main focus of the image, often close to the middle, surrounded by the darker shadows. I do all this in a subtle way, but sometimes I take it to the extreme for dramatic moody pictures.2.Saturation.Either ADD some saturation or REMOVE... continue reading
CANCER TREATMENT FUND LIGHTBOXLife happens. One of my models is undergoing severe cancer treatment. She is still very young (like that would make any difference), just married, with 2 beautiful and amazing sons.Chemo is taking quite a bit from her, and as she is self-employed, the every day survival is getting difficult.Last year, when I was severely ill and could not work for a long time, Stock sales carried me through very hard times.Therefore a few of my models and I decided to... continue reading
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