Facial expressions and body language can either make or break a photo. Again and again we see images that would be successful if only there was emotion in the image instead of a subject with a bored look or a blank stare. How can you get your models more engaged with your camera to get more positive results?First of all stop falling in love with the dark and depressing look. Sure it’s dramatic and has it place but think about how images are used. With the exception of pitiful children and animals... continue reading
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This will be an interesting and funny post, you will see why I am saying this. :)It is not an usual post, maybe it is not a real post at all, but from my love for them resulted this.Meet my favorite and my beloved models: continue reading
Eye bags can be unaesthetic, especially in female portraits.To fix eye bags with Photoshop there are several methods, my favored approach is the Retouching by Curves Layerbecause it leaves intact the color and skin texture. Open you image in Adobe Photoshop.1. Create new Curves Adjustment Layer.2. Select Curves Layer.3. Double click on 'Sample in image to set black point' (Set Sample Size 31x31).4. Click on the Health Skin near eye bag area to... continue reading
One of the items I learned about shooting images of creatures is to make sure the eyes are sharp.These eyes will draw you in and provide a visually striking image. While the rest of the image can be out of focus, it's important to make sure the eyes are in focus.This image of a mabel orchard spider looking up through its web waiting for prey, gives me the creeps. Luckily, the spider is only about 5mm(0.25 inch) in length.While i was taking the image it was interesting to watch the... continue reading
Yesterday, just yesterday, I was on my Desamstime through the first picture, I've uploaded the 24 picture, only through a, but this has made me happy, the editor of the Desamstime figure very careful, gave me a lot of advice, I also had inspired, very thank them, I hope I can know more in Dreamstime love photography friends, I wish you all good luck! continue reading
Hey folks! I've got an unpleasant "hello" of some respectable DT member. It means - man has flagged keywords "business metaphor" of my pic "Business engine". I am sure it is proper expression for this pic. But - I am not businessman, I am not lingiust and English is not my native language!What's your opinion? Must I remove these words? continue reading
Open my eyes for photography was not an easy thing to do, i had my first camera when i was 7 years old, was passion on first sight, but unfortunaly my live took another direction, and here i am back into photography, after 18 years my eyes are open to a new way of seen the world, new opportunity, new experiences.i really hope that i would go further and further, because i know i can do it, i just have to put some time and effort to it. continue reading
I know what youre thinking. This guy is probably happy just to get his socks on every morning. Is he high? Pfft. Let me explain ..I bought a 30D a couple of years back and used it frequently. Didnt know anything about ISO, Exposure, Composition, DOF, Photoshop, RAW ... used the auto mode for everything. Early this year I stumbled upon an article about microstock and registered on Dreamstime more or less for fun. Im sure many contributors have had a similar journey into microstock.After an... continue reading
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