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  • Shooting cats

    by Obiectiv | 28th of August, 2014

    Cats are one of the hardest subjects to photograph. To do this, you need a cat or more, and very important, patience, a lot of patience. If you want to capture a certain scene, well thought before shooting, you must have a good relation with the cat, and the cat must cooperate,... More
  • 4 Moments Of Your Life That You Want To Capture

    by Johnmartin1404 | 10th of July, 2014

    What comes in your mind when I say special moments of your life? Probably, there might be many moments of your life that are close to you. Your wedding day off course, your trip to hill station with your whole family, your first engagement anniversary. Such special phases... More
  • Focus

    by Tammarpre | 21st of January, 2014

    The way we all should live our lifes: Life is like a camera focus on what's important capture the good times develop from the negatives and if things don't work out take another shot. Author: Unknown See Article
  • Incidentally captured photos

    by Maocheng | 10th of October, 2013

    Incidentally captured photos. I shoot the bridge night sight just in time to have a tour boat passing under the bridge. See Article
  • Sometimes the perfect shot finds you.

    by Leahmae | 2nd of June, 2011

    When you are least expecting it, a picture presents itself to you. If you are ready for it, you can capture it. Some of the best pictures I have taken, have found me and not the other way around. My lastest picture is one of my favourites. There is only a little cropping... More
  • Beautiful Wedding Cakes

    by Retina2020 | 23rd of October, 2009

    Although I'm not a "professional" wedding photographer. I love shooting weddings especially shooting details such as flower arrangements and of course wedding cakes. In the last couple of years, many of my friends got married and I had a lot of weddings to attend with my... More
  • 14-bit capture

    by Bradcalkins | 14th of January, 2009

    One of the things that comes with most high end DSLRs these days, but may be missing on the mid level ones is 14-bit capture. Some of the Nikons allow switching between 12-bit and 14-bit (sorry Sony, Olympus, and Pentax owners - I don't know enough about them). I've seen... More
  • Making HDR pictures (Part I)

    by Espion | 19th of August, 2008

    There are two steps in making a HDR picture, namely the capture and the processing. Actually this is the same as with the making of all photographs, but there are differences for the creation of HDR pictures. I will talk about how I capture images for HDR in Part I,... More
  • The moments in our lives that we forget to capture

    by Asiavasmuncky | 16th of June, 2008

    I recently bought a camcorder; simple reason - as a photographer I concentrate on taking pictures that are needed for school, special projects, Dreamstime, etc.; but in the meantime I seem to forget to take pictures of the people I love. My computer contains thousands of... More
  • Polarizer tip

    by Bradcalkins | 16th of June, 2008

    I was reading a digital photo magazine today and it had a good tip on using a polarizer: bracket. I've used bracketing a lot when I'm unsure on exposure but I've never thought of bracketing the actual polarizer rotation itself. I usually rotate the ring and attempt to gauge... More
  • Getting Bold Colors with Nikon Capture Nx

    by Azathoth973 | 6th of June, 2008

    Nikon Capture Nx is a Powerful Raw Converter and Image manipulating software (It works also on JPGs and TIFFs from other brand's cameras...obiouvsly the only RAW files that it opens are the Nikon .NEF). The price to pay is that it's a bit slow and "heavy" on my computer(... More
  • Motherhood

    by Espion | 25th of November, 2007

    This is a stray mother cat with her kittens in the grass. A juvenile tom cat was nearby, and she was extra vigilant. Here she was caught moving towards the tom cat, which later resulted in a snarling cat fight, and the tom cat chased away eventually. The kittens in... More

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