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  • Composing your Own Photo

    by Tianvf | 22nd of November, 2014

    Just think about this, you have a subject selected, but now, how do you make this picture as amazing as it can get? Well, you need to start off by knowing what makes up a good photo. When someone is looking to buy a photograph they look for key elements of composition, patterns... More
  • A Field of Daisies against the Blue Summer Sky

    by Chriskiely | 21st of October, 2014

      The field of freshly opened daisies, dwarfed against the blue sky, tempts me to jump amidst the flowers, skipping with excitement as I smell their sweet perfume. I lie and roll among the flowers and stare up to the sky, watching with wonder the puffy white clouds ever... More
  • Collection "Tractor in the field"

    by Pascalinaclaudiu | 27th of May, 2014

    Welcome to Tractor in the field! I hope you enjoy my collection! :) Here is some of my pictures: More
  • The wild tell direction coup!

    by Hanbaoluan | 1st of November, 2013

    Photographer friends we all know, often in very remote field, it is easy to get lost, I here to share five recruit to distinguish between the north and the south direction of small knowledge, hope is helpful for you: Method one: you can find a tree pile observation, annual... More
  • Controlling depth of field for lansdcapes

    by Neilmachin | 21st of August, 2012

    Modern cameras and lenses have given us many improvements over the models of old, but one thing that seems to have gone backwards is the easy control over depth of field. Way back when with my Nikon FM SLR and 24mm lens I could set the lens to f22 (nobody had impressed... More
  • New accpeted images

    by Astormfr | 19th of December, 2011

    4 new images have been accepted. It is Christmas before time! Here they are: Please let me know what you think of them. In bonus my "most seen" photo: It is the most seen but not my favorite. More
  • Shallow DOF for stock

    by Bradcalkins | 30th of November, 2011

    One of my latest images just sold, and it occured to me that I have very few images with shallow depth of field as a key feature. In some closeups it is enevitable, but I rarely use it as a 'focus' of my stock images. There are a few reasons for this: 1. Lens are a little... More
  • Understanding depth if field

    by Dmccale | 25th of July, 2011

    I wanted to share this link I found. depth of field In my opinion, we can never learn enough about photography. Sometimes I think I know something and zap its gone. Therefore, I try to read on different techniques as often as I can. Hope this helps some of you. Happy shooting.... More
  • Smoking is harmful to health

    by Lifang1025 | 22nd of April, 2011

    This picture is the tobacco field. It is so beautiful! but, don't forget "Smoking is harrnful to health". See Article
  • Strawberry field collection

    by Uptall | 9th of February, 2011

    here created one strawberry field collection and I would like to invite contributors to add pictures to it. also wish this collection can help those designers who are looking for strawberry field pics. and here is the collection's link:“ strawberry field collection ”... More
  • Depth of Field : Basic Quick Tip

    by Elephantopia | 1st of July, 2010

    Remember, if you shoot with a crop sensor camera you have more DOF than a full frame camera if you were to attempt framing the same shot with both types of cameras... Take the same 50mm f/1.4 lens and put it on a Full Frame D700 and then put it on a Crop D300. Assume you... More
  • Success and failure

    by Jianbinglee | 14th of May, 2010

    After another two days, no one approval. If I am concerned about, there will be a very bad mood. In fact I need is a careful analysis of the reasons, calm face of failure, detached look at a game. See Article
  • I got to thinking

    by Dan1 | 24th of April, 2010

    Since my ankle injury has me out of action for awhile, what to do with my free time? With only a small port (2 pics). How can i keep contributing to DT without any new pics? I've been trying my hand at the keyword program.... More
  • The national park of Ramat-Gan, Israel.

    by Modi1980 | 7th of June, 2009

    One of my most beloved photography areas is the National park of Israel which is located at the city of Ramat-Gan. The park is the miniature version of Central park New-York. It is a small green place at the middle of the city life. The park contains a lot of green... More
  • To see photos round oneself

    by Ks2008q | 21st of November, 2008

    If the person takes a great interest in a photo seriously in due course he starts to see interesting shots in a surrounding landscape, it is perfect, apparently, to photographing not having. So, in this picture of eyes has hardly involved field simply opened for the... More
  • naure and people

    by J6789 | 3rd of May, 2008

    In this time, the relation of people and nature is a focus. It is well known people like nature the more and the more,such as this image. The field of expansion, the emblement of exuberance,blue sky,white cloud,the woman that she is ooking into the far distance......I have... More
  • The Liao He Bridge

    by Black-white | 7th of April, 2008

    The Liao He River has been pouring endlessly into the Bo Hai See for thousands years. The vast country land of alluvial plane feeds innumerable people around the river in generations. The plane is one of the most important marshland of the whole nation and one of the largest... More
  • March coming again, It reminds me of the golden sea

    by 17s | 19th of March, 2008

    There were many things to see when I travel Luoping. The major sights I visited is a national base for raising bees and for processing honey oroducts. More
  • Field trips

    by Shadow69 | 4th of August, 2007

    So what do you take with you when you venture into the great outdoors on a photo shoot? Of course you have the obvious; a camera, maybe a couple of lenses (and I would recommend that one of those lenses be a 50mm, despite all the bad press, it is a brilliant focal length)... More

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