When the Berlin Wall was torn down more than a quarter-century ago, there were still 16 border fences around the world. Today, there are 65 walls either completed or under construction according to Quebec University research. I have only seen and photographed one of the walls that is the US-Mexico border fence. And, I had been questioned and hand searched after taking my photos. Recent rising fences around the EU are just the reminder that we are still... continue reading
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After I to the shoot of the rugged ridge. I got back in my pick-up and went back towards my home. I knew I was not finished. I had spotted a road that forked of Reynold's Creek road that I want to follow. I ended up at the mouth of this red rock canyon. It was to early in the morning to get a good shot of the canyon with the wagon track at the bottom. Canyon shots require noon to early afternoon photography, because of the steepness of the walls and the angle of the sun work together that time of... continue reading
As a child school trips always made me buy a kodak film with 26 exposures to load into an instamatic camera and then plan each portrait well.Sometimes the exposures had been completely been used up before we had got on the bus.The power of friendships we shared as classmates made us want to capture the coolest people laughing or making silly faces or showing off their new jacket.Using a digital camera whilst walking through London the need to get a shot perfect, so as not to waste the film,... continue reading
The image you see here in my blog is my second Editor's Choice. Creating it was actually very simple and it may be of interest for the amateur stock photographer in how it was done.There are three layers in the image. (1) The dungeon cell (2) Man in wheelchair (3) The color black.The dungeon was shot while on vacation and touring through a medieval structure in the Middle East. When I saw that room I knew it had potential for SOMETHING though I had no idea for what. I snapped the picture and... continue reading
when i first picked up a camera and started shoooting nature, i had no formal training, no classes, just self taught. when i look and nature somehow it just calls out the shot and i take it. now everyone has their own idea of what art and photography is , but to me its going beyond the walls of photography and seeing things for what they are. i don't use photo-shop because i want my viewers to see what i saw at that moment and if the image is doctored up then i changed the way it would have been seen... continue reading
During the las part of 14th century, being in impending Turkish danger, the cities and village of the Southern Transylvania were surrounded by fortified precincts.In 1395, King Sigismund of Luxembourg (1387-1437) oversaw the fortification works of the City of Brasov, an important defensive line against the Ottoman Empire, in this part of Europe. In 1421 the settlement was devastated but in 1432 the Turkish invasion couldn’t conquer it, which means that the protective walls around it were already... continue reading
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