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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
  • The Mid-Autumn festival

    by Hanbaoluan | 8th of September, 2014

    The Mid-Autumn festival is popular in many national and traditional culture festival in east Asian countries, when the lunar August 15. Because about half of its value just seems as long as three years, the Mid-Autumn festival.That are cheap and reunion, moon worship offering... More
  • Entire East Asia celebrating mooncake festival!

    by Mangalika | 26th of September, 2013

    The mooncake festival (also popularly known as Mid Autumn Festival) is celebrated by the Chinese and Vietnamese people. They celebrate harvest, family reunions and hope for another good year! The name comes from popular tradition to eat and gift mooncakes. Another... More
  • It's a Boy Shouts the RCMP Officer

    by Sml | 23rd of July, 2013

    Not sure how many hours Kate was in labour but I sat for 5 and half hours on the sidewalk awaiting her arrival on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Canada Day. Thank heavens it was a beautiful day with no humidity and not a cloud in the sky. I got there at 6:30 a.m. scouted... More
  • Buildings With White Background

    by Keremgo | 16th of March, 2013

    Hello dear friends! I wanted to share my recent work which are several architectural structures on white background. I hope you enjoy and thanks for looking! Comments are very welcome... More
  • The Teotihuacan Pyramids, Mexico.

    by Jetjock | 11th of February, 2011

    The Teotihuacán Pyramids near Mexico City, this shot from the Pyramid of the Moon towards the Pyramid of the Sun with the Avenue of the Dead leading off to the right. Teotihuacán guards secrets we have yet to unravel. The origins of Teotihuacán are uncertain, although... More
  • Mid-Autumn festival..

    by Annieyek | 16th of September, 2010

    Mid-Autumn festival, also called Mooncake festival is a popular harvest festival celebrated by Chinese. Here I have two mooncake photos: Do you like to eat mooncake? Even I am chinese but I don't like.. Note: The second photo is my daughter'... More
  • Lebanon Mountains

    by Eternalfour | 24th of March, 2010

    although situated in the Middle East this country has the most snowy mountains in the region at altitudes of 1400 meters to 3000 meters help spread the word, Lebanon is not a desert! See Article
  • P-EL sale

    by Defun | 14th of January, 2010

    I am very exciting of my first p-EL sale With 50 credits (2008) and about $25 earnings. See Article
  • Adding Two More ...

    by Tiandabill | 17th of December, 2009

    Good news. After long time waiting, two new photoes have finally been uploaded. Before admission, I had got several rejections :( Poor me... Seems like I need to improve my photo-taking skill urgently. Anyway, these two photoes are two of my best favorite... More
  • Gear protection in rainy season.

    by Pardeep08 | 27th of July, 2009

    It is monsoon(rainy) season in India. Rainy season means increased levels of moisture and humidity in air. These increased levels of humidity and moisture can damage your gear if proper precautions are not taken. The damage can come in many forms, like moisture can lead to... More
  • Second Sale!!

    by Breenicole | 17th of March, 2009

    I finally got my second sale! And this is the last one that I thought would ever sell. See Article
  • Nafplio, first capital of greece

    by Oliviermeerson | 13th of March, 2009

    Nafplio has been the first modern capital of greece. It was one of the oldest settlement of greece, and was populated by the mycenian civilization. More recently around the 18th century, the venitian used and protected the harbour of naplio for trade purpose.... More
  • Photography in Cairo

    by Davidgarry | 13th of December, 2007

    I've just come back from four days in Cairo. Photographically, it was one of the most frustrating holidays ever. Why? Because you are surrounded by the most fantastic documentary/people/travel shots all the time but the opportunities to take photos are so fleeting &... More
  • New stock fashion word or soon to be reality: Midstock

    by Dnf-style | 19th of September, 2007

    Midstock or better said stock photo's sold for between 10 to 100 dollars instead of 1 to 5. The word midstock is so fashionable new that they did not even yet decide on the proper definition yet. It comes, very rudely spoken to this: The big expensive stocks will realize... More

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