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  • The Psychology of Color: How to Use Images to Invoke Emotions

    by Nicoleckohler | 1st of July, 2014

    What if a single Dreamstime image could sell your content for you? Unfortunately, reality isn't that simple. However, if you're creating a website that relies on photography to support your calls to action, it may be helpful to know which colors are most supportive... More
  • Sisterhood

    by Mani33 | 11th of February, 2014

    On my recent adventure in the Philippines, I was lucky to meet two young sisters who have a big talent posing behind the lens! They were inspiring for me to get into DT assignment after a long period of not participating. They made the safety concept with perfection,... More
  • Difficulties with first stock photos

    by Photoalenka | 23rd of January, 2013

    Hello! I'm now 25 years old and half of my life (since 12) I'm with camera in hands. The process of seeing the picture and finally taking it is something, that can't be divided from my life. But... for all these many years I was thinking of beauty or value of the moment... More
  • Huge emotions

    by smartview27 | 30th of September, 2010

    Huge, huge, huge emotions! My first 3 assignment files! First file: Muddy volcanoes, a spectacular place in Romania, at Berca, nearby Buzau. Nature Reserve geological model which has almost 30 ha., Muddy Volcanoes are in the Subcarpathians of Curvature, being trained... More
  • Best Model

    by Dmccale | 25th of March, 2010

    I recently had someone ask me." Is your daughter depressed?" I think my response was “No she is just a great model.” It is hard to get a non-professional model to pose in different emotions. Therefore, this blog is for my favorite model. Who has brought me many... More
  • Stock or street Photography ?

    by Davulcu | 11th of December, 2009

    What I like most, is to walk on the streets of little villages or in desolated places and find who we rarely meet in our daily life. This is really very exciting. To talk to them and understand what these people do and how they live and capturing their photos makes... More
  • Dogs Expressions - Many Faces of Emotions

    by Sgcallaway1994 | 2nd of April, 2009

    Animal lovers will all agree dog's can display emotions. As a photographer its always a "treat" when something like this is memorialized in an image. Here are some examples: Happy Sad/Forelorn Concerned/Distressed Bad/Guilty Innocence Smiling... More
  • When a Good Intention turns into a Game!

    by Thefinalmiracle | 9th of July, 2008

    Now posting a non-photography blog which I was gonna start anyway. I don't expect a credit for this if non-photography blogs are not given one, but I do expect that this will surely help some people if not all. I am many often asked by people I counsel. How come I am... More
  • The emotions of foals

    by Bimmergirl | 14th of December, 2007

    Ever since I was born I've been around horses. At this moment my sister owns 6 grown up horses and 2 foals. 2 colts to be precise. I never saw their births happen (they were born at my sister's place) but I was always there when they were a few hours. And I can say that... More
  • Getting Expressive

    by Nosaya | 16th of November, 2007

    When working with models, it would often times seem that the vast majority have no personality at all. Well to be fair, I don't mean that they actually don't possess a personality, rather that they seem to only have one expression in their repertoire. It is generally... More
  • The Face of an Insect

    by Thefinalmiracle | 4th of September, 2007

    I would like all to know that this picture on the left is the reason why I named this blog “The face of an Insect”. This is really the first time I could see emotions on the face of this colorful caterpillar. Please note that no artificial coloring has been done this... More
  • Precious Emotions in Simplicity

    by Thefinalmiracle | 22nd of August, 2007

    If anyone goes through my portfolio, the most important thing you will notice is the poor side of India. My portfolio has less people who are of the higher class and more about people who are less civilized and simpler in their lifestyle. You will see beggars, monks, saints... More
  • Lessons in Model studio shots Part 3: Catching real emotions

    by Dnf-style | 16th of August, 2007

    After Part one: instruction and Part two: Backgrounds, it is now time for Part 3. ****************************************************** Originally I was planning to make one part a week but I feel like out of control on this blog thing. And I keep feeling the urge to get... More

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