While framing your photo or a 3d composition, there is a struggle within an artist/photographer's mind as to where the horizon should be placed. Most seasoned photographers shoot at least 3 variations of their photos where the landscape is qualifying; high, low and mid horizon. Before we talk about all 3 and of course the "no horizon" scenario, let's talk about exposure.Exposure at different horizon levels: The most important yet an ignored topic in my opinion. Exposure changes... continue reading
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Visuals are an important, integrating part of a website. There’s no doubt about it. Valuable content attracts a consistent audience but it performs better when paired with relevant images.84% of marketers are already using visuals in their marketing strategy, especially when it comes to social media. Tweets with visuals, for instance, are reportedly generating 150% more retweets and consequently more traffic than those who are based on just a text message.A Buzzsumo report also states that blog... continue reading
Without a Canvas, painting is impracticable. Without vessels, cooking is impossible. Without citizens, a Government has no role. Without Thoughts, actions don't occur. In the same way, without good inspiration or mindset, no art will flourish.Life is a journey in itself. Especially a road-trip reflects the lessons of real life. One can get lots of real-time and varied experiences of people and the environment. An artistic mind relishes everything that comes in its way. Among the road-users,... 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
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
Traveling should be the most exciting time for everyone but for photographers it's fun & work, cause the potential of shooting new things is set to the maximum. I myself I put in my mind that anything could be worth it to shoot! To refresh my memory about details, to register moments & to sell photos on microstocks.Travelers should put in their minds that editorial photos are good business for them on microstocks. In addition to the things that you can try to shoot as royalty free of... continue reading
A logo is absolutely imperative because it is akin to your brand’s avatar. As a Christian sex and pleasure educator and coach, I admit that I had an especially difficult time trying to figure out how to design a logo that would convey the seeming contradiction of being a Christian as well as a sex-positive coach. I mean, that’s kind of a weird combination, right? A logo can be essentially your simplest tool to promote brand recognition. Although it is a simple tool, it isn’t always very easy... continue reading
There are so many cameras out there nowadays, and in all budgets, too. Used, new, entry level, prosumer, professional and everything in between. And in a perfect world, every camera would have it all. Every camera would be small, easy to carry and yet easy to hold. They’d have perfect sensors that are capable of producing billboard-sized images in one exposure. They’d offer image stabilization and they’d all have articulating LCD screens. In short, they’d all have all the bells and whistles... continue reading
Roads. They're not just lines connecting us to a destination. Whether they're highways, urban or rural roadways, mountain roads or passes, each of them has their unique beauty regardless of the season. For some of us, all the roads we cross or see symbolize something. And this is the reason we've discussed with some of the most passionate photographers about all kinds of roads. Here they are:Anzebizjan, Calin Stan,Gheorghita Rafaila andMarkus Schieder. Thank... continue reading
The online business industry, just like any other form of businesses, can be very competitive. As an entrepreneur, you need to step up your game if you want to compete with other eCommerce stores in terms of generating traffic and leads. A good way to do that is by making sure that you leverage good graphic design into the creation of your business website.A well-designed website can do wonders for your online business. Read on below for more information on how good design can specifically help you... continue reading
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