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  • Oregon's Hood - Tallest Mountain and Volcano

    by Martynelson | 12th of October, 2014

      Mount Hood is Oregon's Tallest Mountain and Volcano Mount Hood, called Wy'east by the Multnomah tribe, is a stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc of northern Oregon. It is 11,249 feet (3,429 m) in height according to a 1991 measurement by the U.S. National Geodetic... More
  • New month - new collection

    by Martincp | 1st of October, 2014

    Hi all, To mark a new month I have created a new collection inspired by the photos of cats I have taken in and around my neighbourhood (and on my travels). Cats in your neighbourhood If you have any images you would like to add please let me know! Here are a couple... More
  • New model in town

    by Brocko | 14th of February, 2014

    I'm glad to introduce you my new model, my daughter See Article
  • 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
  • Illustration or theater?

    by Leda_d | 20th of March, 2012

    Recently i tried an unusual way to illustrate a classic story. Sometimes old fairytales are difficult to illustrate, especially if contains some bloody scenes as in the case of Red Riding Hood. To lighten the scene without changing the story i took inspiration from the... More
  • New Model - Beautiful pregnancy

    by Phakimata | 26th of May, 2011

    I had the pleasure to photograph this beautiful pregnant model. Cheers, and enjoy! See Article
  • Here I Am

    by Abubjsm | 23rd of May, 2010

    I have been wanting to have my own camera ever since during my childhood. But knowing that I am coming from not so rich family of 9 siblings, that idea of owning a camera was just a dream. When I was 15, I managed to accumulate some RM75 out of my pocket money and bought... More
  • A celebration of childhood

    by Wildmac | 30th of September, 2009

    Now I can't celebrate women and men without acknowledging where they came from. So my final celebration collection has to be about childhood. From babies and our furry friends I hope you will find it useful. A celebration of childhood More
  • A celebration of men

    by Wildmac | 30th of September, 2009

    It's been a while coming, but I've finally gotten around to creating the partner collection to " A celebration of women". Man in all his many roles. Partner I hope you find it useful. A celebration of men More
  • XMAS IS COMING

    by Gheburaseye | 21st of November, 2008

    Xmas time is almost coming. When I was young I loved this period in a particular way, because I felt something beautiful grew in my heart. Childhood is a very magical period of our lives, but often we forget that magic. When we grow old our feelings change and... More
  • Squirrelly!

    by Toynutz | 27th of September, 2008

    As testament to their proliferation, I took these photos at Sawyer State Park, Tumalo State Park, and at the top of Lava Butte in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument area, all within ten miles of Bend, Oregon. I've taken dozens of close-up photos of these appealing... More
  • They are ready to sacrifice career for the child.

    by 7a | 11th of September, 2008

    In St. Petersburg (Russia) now baby-boom. Due to the restructuring of many women gave birth year 1975-1980, when they were 18-25 years old. Now these women about 30 years. They have consciously want children. They have the material base. They are ready to sacrifice career,... More
  • Photographing everyday nature provides a lot of subject matter

    by Toynutz | 10th of August, 2008

    Most photographers, I assume, attempt to go to the most exotic or spectacular places to photograph scenic landscapes and breathtaking vistas. But there are plenty of interesting things right in your back yard, (or front yard or field behind your house or woods across town.... More
  • Kids

    by Dreamframer | 14th of May, 2008

    Photos of children in different situations More
  • Linear portraits

    by 7a | 28th of March, 2008

    Motherhood this best time in a life of the woman. Linear portraits of women in the blossoming forces. See Article
  • My Neighborhood

    by Shootalot | 13th of September, 2007

    Many people believe that you have to travel to a beautiful place to take good photographs. There may be many photographic possibilities just outside of your home. Try photographing gardens, architecture, changing seasons and construction projects. What might be boring... More
  • Rain Protection

    by Thefinalmiracle | 30th of August, 2007

    I recently faced a lot of problems shooting in the rains. A plastic bag doesn't solve the problem as it is the lens that gets wet and if you want to shoot children crossing in the rain or just some rainy scene, its very hard to do that without having some drops right on the... More

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