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The stray dogs of Chernobyl

At the beginning of March there is still deep winter in the Ukraine and the snow is meter high. Endless white plains and snowy forests stretch along the road through the exclusion zone. The landscape is so breathtakingly beautiful that it is hard to believe that you are surrounded by an invisible danger. But in spite of the silence, which is not disturbed by any human sound, street noise or industry; despite the apparent harmony of landscape and nature: the contamination remains - for millennia! As... continue reading

Dinosaur Island, Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines

In the Clark Freeport Zone lies a small, but very intriguing tourist park named Dinosaur Island. It really isn’t an island, but an attraction that the locals call Jurassic Park. When you arrive at the park, to the right are are several small shops ranging from food and drink to souvenirs and trinkets to a dinosaur museum, and the main attraction, Dinosaur Island and to the left is the ticket booth, zip lines, a small playground area, rentable tikki style tables and the second attraction, Insectlandia.... continue reading

Stepping Out Of My Comfort Zone

Up until recently I had mainly taken photographs where I had most of the control over the elements - in that most of my subjects didn't move or there was one person or one animal and rarely a mix.I am currently completing a photography course and the topic choices for my current assignment were people, places or objects. As I had previously worked on places and objects (little movement in these topics) it was time to step out of my comfort zone and take the challenge - working with a person/people... continue reading

Zone Focusing and When to Use it

You are setup in a place where the wildlife is very close and moving at high speed. You have very little time to react, so you pick up the camera and try to use your focusing points to get a good focus lock on the subject and begin to fire away. In only a moment's time the subject is in your frame and gone. With great anticipation you scroll through the series of photographs on your camera's display only to find that none are in focus. What happened? You have the best camera made and yet none of the... continue reading

Getting out of your comfort zone

   As a photographer I tend to find that my creative side seems to go up and down, some days I'm full of ideas and other days everything seems to be overdone and there's nothing new and exciting to shoot.   So around a year ago or so I saw a video on Youtube of a pro stock photographer shooting a fast jet, tonnes of gear and a team of people behind him to produce one shot.   I thought that looks fun and I'm always looking to try new things, now I do not have a team of... continue reading

Comfort zone

Here is something that may help beginners in their approach to take a better shot. It is not technical stuff but more a way of thinking. Many pros will agree that creative thinking or "thinking out of box" can sometimes be very difficult thing to do. We are thinking beings and we all have our habits, fears, attitudes and all other mental stuff that actually make our individual profile. Many times this "setup" stands between our idea and its execution.I will share my experience. As I mentioned in... continue reading

Comfort zone, not as comfortable as I thought.

My first blog on Dreamstime.I have been here just over a month, 76 images approved, no sales yet, but I am more inspired each day by what is possible in the future.I am pleased to announced I received my first Editors Choice for this image yesterday. I wondered why my views on that image were over 400, when most of my images seem to average around 20-30 views.Now I know.What a pleasant surprise!I guess the image chosen was an appropriate one for me.I am on a jouney here.Most of... continue reading

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