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  • Humor Sexy Cute Football Economy

    by Ellenboughn | 3rd of February, 2009

    Who won football’s Super Bowl? In my world there is more interest in what ads were more successful than news of the game itself. Which commercials resonated the most with the target audiences? Which ones garnered kudos from creatives at the top agencies? And which ones... More
  • Color Me Red

    by Ellenboughn | 23rd of December, 2008

    Much of the Northern Hemisphere is covered in snow this week, even places like Las Vegas that normally never see the white, icy stuff have experienced falling snow. We’ve written previously about how to create and use artificial snow but now that the real thing is right... More
  • Way LOUD

    by Ellenboughn | 23rd of September, 2008

    Sound is invisible and depicting it in images is even more challenging than photographs of wind that I have written about previously. From the sound of music to the stress producing noise of an early morning garbage truck, images that show ‘sound’ can be indispensable... More
  • Stuff Happens

    by Ellenboughn | 25th of June, 2008

    What does leaving my wallet at the bookstore yesterday, a flashing warning light on the car dashboard as I pulled out to drive back to the bookstore and an error in posting a payment to a bill have to do with stock photography? Typical everyday annoyances and frustrations... More
  • The New China

    by Ellenboughn | 12th of March, 2008

    The world prepares to visit China in great numbers for the 2008 Olympics. Many visitors may be surprised at the extent of China’s expansion. According to Businessweek, “China will soon be home to the world's largest airport, the world's first fully sustainable city, and... More
  • PEACE

    by Ellenboughn | 27th of December, 2007

    All across the world in many countries the time between Christmas and the first week of the New Year is traditionally a time of celebration and reflection. It’s a time of hope, family and travel. I’m taking the week off for the same reasons. I have a blog ready in the... More
  • Snow: Real or Instant?

    by Ellenboughn | 25th of October, 2007

    How do you make it snow when it doesn’t? Hands down, the real stuff is best but sometimes you have to fake it There are all manner of tricks. There is phony snow that is mixed with water and some swear by instant mashed potato flakes. A discussion about the merits of various... More
  • It's All There in Black and White

    by Ellenboughn | 22nd of August, 2007

    Advertising screams, ‘We want color photos!’ and galleries yell back, ‘Only black & white matters.’ That was the past. Yes, it’s certain that color images dominate in print and web advertising and that classic photography found in galleries is more closely associated... More
  • Photography can be so dangerous sometimes

    by Katey997 | 27th of August, 2014

    Well after a few days of nonstop rain, today i thought i try my new canon 100mm L 2.8 macro out for size but it didn't go to plan. About one mile in on my walk i started feeling really weak, i thought oh no not again, my blood sugar levels started to drop and i had no... More
  • My review of Canon 18-200mm standard lens

    by Katey997 | 20th of August, 2014

    I've never done a review so here goes. what do i think of the canon 18-200mm standard lens, i've owned this lens for a year now and it does have some good points, they are it's zoom range and a reliable I.S. sharpness i would say isn't that bad but i'm using it on my canon... More
  • photography with the canon "pancake" 40 mm

    by Physi28 | 3rd of August, 2014

    Due to health limitations during the past months I passed from traveling far abroad with my 300 mmm f2.8 canon lens and the canon 5D III, heavy (!) to stay near to my home and use exclusively a 40 mm "pancake" lens from Canon. This inexpensive little lens hardly protrudes... More
  • HELP THIS BUG .. please identify it

    by Debarunpal | 25th of July, 2014

      I recently clicked this rainbow colored wing bee or wasp, found injured at my garden, i was lucky to get its few shots before it RIP. If needed : It got his few fore shots from various angles at my database I dont knew its species, i have searched but unable to... More
  • The power of peace and quiet in photographs

    by Htmccann | 30th of June, 2014

    Late one afternoon, my wife and I visited one of our favorite beaches -- St. Andrew's on Jekyll Island, Georgia. I went searching for interesting beach scenes to photograph while she sat on the beach to read a book. On my way back to join her, I saw the most compelling... More
  • Iceland, the land of waterfalls and old Norse Gods

    by Nikitu | 19th of June, 2014

    Iceland is that remote island we always imagine sitting in a precarious equilibrium between the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean, where volcanoes erupt with the vengeance of the old Gods of Valhalla. But Iceland is also a country of wonders, where the Aurora Borealis... More
  • Highlight Tone Priority explained

    by Robinstockphotos | 17th of June, 2014

    Applies to: Canon EOS digital Rebel DSLR cameras, general concept applies to entire line of Canon DSLRs There is a lot of confusion regarding the highlight tone priority and how it works. The internet is full of misleading and completely weird information on the subject... More
  • Do NOT use image stabilization!

    by Robinstockphotos | 29th of May, 2014

    No, do not panic if you have it turned on. Image stabilization is a term used for Canon equipment, which is technically stabilization of optical elements inside of a lens to reduce vibration caused by hand movements or vibrations of small magnitude. Getting back to... More
  • Amazing fire-show like from hell

    by Thorken | 24th of May, 2014

    I have seen planty of fire-shows. But this was like an excursion to inferno. The girl was almost covered by fire and sparks and her silhouette seemed like in hell. See Article
  • Don't Geotag Your Wildlife Photos

    by Elianehaykal | 6th of May, 2014

    Here's an Article on Petapixel I came across today. Poachers use geotagged photos to get to their preys, often endangered species! See Article
  • Suggested read

    by Phoenixci | 5th of May, 2014

    I have the opportunity to live in a vast country that stretches from the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans and my work will on occasion have me travel from one side to the other. A fellow worker also an avid photographer knew that I was heading to the province of Alberta... More
  • The best is yet to be.......

    by Upwardway38 | 24th of April, 2014

    Grow old along with me. The best is yet to be........(Robert Browning) I am a huge fan of the ads that use emotions to sell their product. One good photo in an advertisement appealing to something I'm nostalgic for, gives me a pretty positive feeling about a product... More

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