Images within Images


posted on 19th of march, 2015

I thought I would try bringing together some elements of my existing images to form one new image that works to a theme. All the component images are of the same topic.
This type of image is very useful to designers, who often have a need for images to use as page headers, especially when designing websites.

Here is a good example of what I'm talking about.
This first one has a 'financial' theme
                                                     


                             
It's important not to reduce the sales of each of the component images, so I try to only use a thin slice out of each of the original images.

And here are some more examples. I think the themes...

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Posted by FabioConcetta on March 21, 2015
Great images!
Posted by Mntmamaof2 on March 21, 2015
I love all your photo's. I would think that even if you combined 3 or 4 together you could still use each one individually as well.? I see that as a plus for your portfolio for sure. I am impressed by all the places you have been, definitely well traveled. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.
Posted by Fike2308 on March 20, 2015
Great collection, your work inspires me!



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Solar Eclipse - 20th March 2015


posted on 20th of march, 2015

This morning I photographed the Solar Eclipse.
Weather conditions were far from perfect, however I managed to get a couple of reasonable shots through small gaps in the clouds.
Unfortunately, I did not get any shots at the time of maximum occlusion, the thick cloud cover was total during full occlusion.
The maximum occlusion would have given about 95% coverage of the solar disc from where I live, in the north of the United Kingdom.

Anyway, here are my images...........not brilliant, but not too bad considering the very poor weather conditions.
                  


 


Shot on a Canon 5D Mk111 with a 28-300mm lens, set at 300mm.
using a 1.8 ND Filter, and ISO100 1/500 sec at f22

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Posted by Ncn18 on March 26, 2015
the second one is beauuuuutiful !!!!...good work...
Posted by Morgancapasso on March 24, 2015
exellent
Posted by Osmar01 on March 24, 2015
Wonderful! :-)



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How to 'Sharpen' without increasing 'Noise'


posted on 27th of march, 2015

This is a tutorial on how to sharpen a slightly out-of-focus image WITHOUT increasing noise.

If you have an image that's just slightly out-of-focus, and you try to sharpen it by just using the standard 'sharpen' filter in Photoshop, then the result is often not very good as it will also increase any 'noise' that may be present in the image.
This is especially true of images that are high contrast and have been shot in low light levels with a high ISO setting.

                             


One way round this problem is to use the following 'sharpening' method.......

1) Open your image in Photoshop

2) Make a duplicate of the 'background layer'
Go to 'Layers / Duplicate Layer&...

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Posted by Scamglob7 on March 28, 2015
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Posted by Viocara on March 28, 2015
Very useful! Thank You!
Posted by Fallostupido on March 27, 2015
great useful article thanks



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I was a professional Industrial / Commercial photographer for over 26 years, before leaving commissioned work to become a full-time Stock Photographer. I first started shooting stock in 1972 as a supplement to my commissioned work, however, since early 2001 my entire income has come from shooting Stock images. I have well over 65,000 image placements in my current multi-agency portfolio. (Some images are exclusive some non-exclusive) Most of my income comes from the range of mainstream agencies I submit to. The 11 microstock sites I submit to now produce about 25% o... [Read more]

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