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  • Chair collection!

    by Inyrdreams | 16th of January, 2014

    Ok, I started a collection of chairs and benches, and so I need some of your favorite places to sit and regroup to add to it. Looking for outdoor seats in parks, gardens, porches, by the lake, the mountain, your favorite landscape or zen area. nothing indoors please! To... More
  • Best wishes!

    by Laurasinelle | 1st of March, 2012

    I want a share with you a quote that I read in the e-book of Michael Clark " Adobe photoshop Lightroom, a professional photographer´s workflow" "If you are out there shooting, things will happen for your. If you´re not out there, you´ll only hear about it. -- JAY... More
  • Facing My Fears

    by Lindsaybasson | 1st of January, 2012

    Since I was little girl, my parents took my sister and I on regular camping trips to the Addo Elephant National Park in the Eastern Province, South Africa. My dad volunteered as a ranger, which meant that he had to be on duty every other weekend to make sure that all the... More
  • shooting outdoors

    by Dmitrytsvetkov | 25th of July, 2010

    I like to shoot outside. To my mind it's much more intresting than studio work. But I have some doubts: is it good for stock? Then I desided to look at microstock top selling images and I can say that there are a lot of images made outdoors, on location, at the beach, in... More
  • Why I love small flashes to shoot outdoors

    by Nansaidh | 17th of March, 2010

    I used to always use natural light outdoors, and I still often do, but now that I have started using a small flash off camera I find my images "pop" more and I am able to capture images in all types of difficult lighting situations. The images here are both back-lit... More
  • Adventures in Photography

    by Planet359 | 8th of January, 2010

    This is my new blog. I would like to chronicle my photography adventures. These days, my adventures include riding my motorcycle. I plan on exploring California with my bike and drag along my DSLR to tell the story of where I've been and where I'm going. I hope you will check... More
  • You Know You're Passionate For Landscape Photography When...

    by Wisconsinart | 3rd of January, 2010

    1. You chase storms and clouds hoping to catch a dramatic scene 2. You get up at 3:30 AM to be at a location before the sun rises 3. You keep going back to the same spot multiple times in order to capture a scene under the right... More
  • Something every child should know...

    by Wingnutdesigns | 28th of July, 2009

    In this modern technology age I wonder how many kids nowadays know how to tie just one of these? See Article
  • "Nature Details" collection

    by Wildmac | 23rd of July, 2009

    Hi again! With the winter weather we've been having here recently I've been feeling a little bit closed off from the great outdoors. Apart from the odd couple of hours here and there the rain has felt continual. Anyway it got me thinking about starting a new collection. Nature... More
  • Old things, new things

    by Bradcalkins | 17th of July, 2009

    I'm someone who hasn't fished a day in his life, so it came as a surprise when my kids got really excited about fishing during our summer holiday. Luckily I had some family members there to help out with the fishing part, and I naturally fell back and took some pictures.... More
  • Spring Is In The Air!

    by Karenkh | 3rd of April, 2009

    I think that the snow fall last week will surely be our last. I'm so sure that I have planned to take some photos of a friend's baby this weekend. We will be shooting outdoors at the park. Everyone pray for a warm sunny weekend! Happy Spring Everyone! More
  • take me to your ranger

    by Svenwildlife | 13th of August, 2008

    well i just got a new job. going to work at the cosmos cuisine lodge near the addo elephant park as a game ranger. so all the dreamers here can expect me to deliver more photos of higher quality also, bought a canon 450D to take better photos with. its gonna be... More
  • Every sale is exciting

    by Gadgetat | 31st of October, 2007

    While my sales are still low, each sale is definitely exciting! I popped on today and saw that two new sales had taken place. What a treat! Looking through other portfolios I know I need to expand what I shoot. Landscapes, while pretty, can't be the only thing. Still,... More
  • Model releases and my mistake

    by Gadgetat | 25th of October, 2007

    Today was one of those days. I knew I'd have a batch of e-mails from DT. I submitted a bunch of photos from this past weekend, including some amazing photos of 3 of my friends / models. As I looked through my inbox I saw the "Image Selected" sprinkled throughout, and... More
  • 100 photos, trying new subjects, and enjoying all of this

    by Gadgetat | 22nd of October, 2007

    This morning I was happy to see that I've added my 100th photo. And then more! 116 in total. Nice! I'm also glad that some of my latest have made it. The new photos are a change. I've been doing a ton of landscapes. This time around a few climbers, wagon wheels,... More
  • My first two model releases, and my first shots with real people!

    by Gadgetat | 19th of October, 2007

    Several days ago a pair of great friends signed MR's with me. I've been photographing both of them over the summer. We climb together several times a week, and I've been working on photographing climbers (not as easy as you'd think). This morning I got my first approval... More
  • Shooting inanimate objects

    by Gadgetat | 16th of October, 2007

    Here's something totally new for me. As I've been looking around Dreamstime I can't help notice some really amazing stock photos. Simple things like shots of brick walls, phones, keyboards, etc. These are things I've never played with shooting before. After looking... More
  • Following up on Outdoor Photography

    by Gadgetat | 8th of October, 2007

    Well, I just read another post this morning, and I have to second the entire post. Take a read of, Outdoor photography can be as challenging as a sport. I commented on the post, but decided I need to give some detail regarding my own activities yesterday. Over the past... More
  • Home can become a stock photo

    by Gadgetat | 6th of October, 2007

    Several days ago I uploaded one shot on a whim, and honestly I wasn't sure if it would pass the test. It was a unique view of my current home, a 25 ft Airstream. I'd recently backed my silver twinkie against some great rock formations here in Arizona, and was taking the... More
  • 75 Photos already

    by Gadgetat | 4th of October, 2007

    I haven't blogged here this week. Feeling a little remiss. As I was uploading today I realized that I already have 75 photos up. Sure, it's not a huge portfolio yet, but it's a start. The best part is I'm learning a lot here that's helping me to understand what... More

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