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  • India Now

    by Ellenboughn | 22nd of April, 2008

    Often photos of India show the poorer side of life. It is true that photojournalism has done much to alleviate the state of the poor by exposing their plight to the world. Too often though we fail to photograph evidences of positive economic growth and modernization of ancient... More
  • First studio photo download

    by Jaap2861 | 14th of August, 2014

    I like the country life. I like gardening. And I like the photo studio too. So once in a while I climb the stairs to go to my studio. I bought a piece of black shiny plexiglass. I bought some secondhand stuff, like lamp holders and a projection screen. And I bought new LED... More
  • My first stock photo sales

    by Piconstock | 1st of July, 2014

    This are my first stock photo sales and i'm happy :) Valladolid Streets Mexican lasso demonstration Thank you! See Article
  • Colorful Moments of Spring

    by Yorgy67 | 23rd of May, 2014

    Here we are.... The last spring days of the year. Great season, leaving numerous impresions, colors and scents in our memory. We chose to spend our spring vacations in the Netherlands. It can't be dissapointing, no matter, what the weather is like! Colors, tints and shades... More
  • Learn to paint landscapes with Corel Painter X3

    by Anatomyofrockthe | 19th of January, 2014

    Corel Painter X3 Class In the past, I have shared links to my YouTube videos in an effort to help DT artists who want to learn to make Stock Art with Corel Painter. I am now teaching an online landscape painting class which anyone can participate in. The class starts February... More
  • Drabble: Read All About It

    by Secretnarrative | 8th of December, 2013

    I am pulp faction. Tomorrow, I will be discarded, pulped or worse. Today, I’m headed west, picked up for a few coins and carried with him, this hangover morning, tucked under his business-clad arm. Journeying, he rests me on my front and lingers on my back while his head... More
  • Drabble: Parting White

    by Secretnarrative | 24th of October, 2013

    He is oak, and I’m mistletoe, winding his trunk, I travel his limbs, curling the extent of him. I am the spur joined to his heel; we are a worthy pair, well matched in a renewal of magic. I creep along his frame in advance of his vanishing act, a final parting, blinding... More
  • Drabble: Saboteur

    by Secretnarrative | 21st of October, 2013

    Red fox flees in a rush of brush. Dun filly thunders pursuit, flying white socks, almost airborne, as if they do not bear the burden of the sure-seated, scarlet-clad rider. ‘Horses are at their best in paintings,’ he says, misting the early morning air. Pursed... More
  • China's popular classical wedding!

    by Hanbaoluan | 23rd of September, 2013

    Popular classical wedding in China, especially in the countryside, many young people get married now are wearing Chinese ancient costume, wedding day. More
  • Lens cap!

    by Lenutaidi | 8th of August, 2013

    Hi! Today I want to bring to the knowledge about an object chopped but very important: LENS CAP! Yeah you read it right! I did not give much importance to this thing:lens cap.I covered the lens with a silk handkerchief and an elastic: So the last two weeks a lot of pictures... More
  • What to do when it is raining or snowing.......

    by Kamell | 4th of August, 2013

    Poland is a country where fall and winter day is short, there is no sun, the weather is often very ugly. Because a day without photography is lost, I came up with what to do when I can't get out of the House. First I bought the table to take pictures without a shadow,... More
  • Understanding Camera Flash

    by Robinstockphotos | 27th of June, 2013

    From one of my recent articles for someone... Frequently wondered points about flash photography (basics and advanced): 1. They say pop-up flash ruins photos. It is true? Yes and no. Pop-up flash eliminates all shadows as seen from the camera as it is located right... More
  • How to Photograph a Beer Glass

    by GWHughes | 2nd of April, 2013

    Here's a short video on how to photograph shiny glass objects, like this golfer beer glass, without getting the glare on the front. Click here to view the video: How to Photograph a Beer Glass • Use a piece of white poster board curved up the back with black... More
  • Sigma 50mm DG macgro

    by Thammarsten | 8th of March, 2013

    Very happy with my lens sigma dg macro. My picture of raspberries and blueberries in the glass, I was pleased with do you agree? See Article
  • Hello 2013 ... Good bye 2012

    by Torasnapsfr | 2nd of January, 2013

    Hello 2013 and good bye 2012. For me 2012 has been the most amazing year, maybe not for photography but in life. I went to the paralymics, graduated, got my driving licence and so much more and I just hope that 2013 will be just as amazing. So to say goodbye to 2012 I... More
  • Analysing my last sold images….

    by Baldas1950 | 14th of September, 2012

    After 15 months I've started to upload pictures, in the last days I have reached the 300$ of gain with 150 images sold. So I started to look at the pictures I've sold in the past two months to try to understand what are the preferences of the buyers. I quote here some... More
  • The WOW factor step one-consider your subject

    by Chanevy | 7th of September, 2012

    I am excited to be taking my first online photography class with Jim Zuckerman and better photo.com. The class I chose is 8 steps to more dramatic photography. Our first lesson was on selecting great subjects. And the assignment? Submit examples of great subjects paired... More
  • Answer to Peanutroaster...there are vintage cars here too.

    by Davidwatmough | 23rd of July, 2012

    Peanut roaster in a great article says they don't make them like this anymore but really it is just as well........ you need to double declutch to change gear in this old Austin 7 Inverness in Scotland had its own Classic Car Rally a few weeks ago. I loved the Morris... More
  • They just don't build them like this anymore...

    by Peanutroaster | 23rd of July, 2012

    Summertime is here and among all of the other great activities of summer, its time for owners of classic cars to awaken from their winter slumbers. Cars that hide all winter from salt-ridden roads and bad weather get dusted off, shined up and lead gassed for the summer... More
  • broken foot

    by Keki | 26th of June, 2012

    On the 5th of April I went and broke my foot. I'd love to say that it happened on some crazy motor cycle adventure zooming past what ever ... but alas . I tripped up the stairs. learning to live with crutches was a nightmare .. making coffee was a feat taking at least... More

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