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  • Polarizer filter, if you want stunning blue skies!

    by Nansaidh | 8th of July, 2013

    A lot of people ask me how I get the sky in my images to be so blue. While there are many variables involved in making the sky look natural, a polarizing filter can actually make the sky look more dramatic, and it's easy to learn how to use it properly. Basically,... More
  • Cross Polarizing Technique

    by Kivake | 19th of March, 2011

    Introduction: what do you get when you combine a polarized filter, a transparent plastic object, and a polarized light source? Answer: a really cool picture filled with a myriad of rainbow-like colors. The colors reveal stress lines in plastic objects, which are normally... More
  • POLAROIDS - Exclusive Sale!

    by Enricoagostoni | 23rd of February, 2011

    Finally, I have an "Exclusive Sale" with this image: At this time I haven't in my gallery so much photo or illustration, but, please... wait for the next week! ;) Enrico. See Article
  • Polar bear shot in Moscow zoo

    by Piscari | 13th of November, 2010

    Stupidity has no limits. I'm sorry about that. Detailed written here I'm not sure it was him. But this is one of the two bears that I saw there 2 years ago. These animals there are very few because the Arctic climate has changed dramatically. Ice melts and they have... More
  • first two (P-EL) pictures sold

    by Paologozzi | 13th of October, 2010

    monday 2 of my pics where sold for Print Usage (P-EL): many thanks to the buyer, and, if you read this blog,tell me please wich kind of object will you realize with these imagines ? See Article
  • Reached the 600 uploads with my dog

    by Paologozzi | 6th of August, 2010

    Today I've reached the 600 uploads with a picture of my dog, Hugo, relaxing on the sand of Uttakleiv beach, Lofoten Islands, norwegian arctic region, demonstrating to be a real polar dog.... See Article
  • Cruise Ships and Sea Travel to Antarctica

    by Darryns | 16th of March, 2010

    Continuing my series of blog entries on Antarctic travel I’d like to tell you about the most common way for people to get to Antarctica, and the most rewarding for someone wanting to take great photos of this amazing continent, by sea. In a future blog entry I will talk... More
  • Air Travel and Over Flights to Antarctica

    by Darryns | 5th of March, 2010

    Following on from my introduction to Antarctic tourism I'd like to tell you about air travel options to Antarctica. Antarctic Overflights For many years each year I got to go on a flight to Antarctica and I never got tired of the view. First there is the southern... More
  • Polarizer filter and blue sky

    by Sebikus | 8th of February, 2010

    Sometimes you can forgot a polarizer filter or simply you don't have it. If you have photoshop, you can do beautiful sky difrent methods. I would like show one of them today. You put picture in photoshop and make copy of this layer. Select this copy layer a select in menu... More
  • My most stunning travel - Svalbard

    by Tomdraug | 17th of February, 2009

    A few years ago I had unique chance to travel to Svalbard, beautiful, cold island in the North. Svalbard is above the polar circle, so I had the all-round day, the whole day. I plan to put some more pictures, for now only two. Other wait for scanning. I experienced... More
  • Silver Falls State Park, Oregon

    by Bradcalkins | 26th of June, 2008

    I had the good fortune recently to travel down to Oregon. While I was there I visited the Silver Falls State Park. There are ten waterfalls within a ten mile hike. All of the falls are beautiful, and many are over 100 ft in height. The morning started off cloudy, so with... More
  • Polarizer tip

    by Bradcalkins | 16th of June, 2008

    I was reading a digital photo magazine today and it had a good tip on using a polarizer: bracket. I've used bracketing a lot when I'm unsure on exposure but I've never thought of bracketing the actual polarizer rotation itself. I usually rotate the ring and attempt to gauge... More
  • Panoramas, and Why the Polarizer Is Not Your Friend

    by Charlesoutcalt | 17th of March, 2008

    What could be more natural than using a circular polarizer on a sunny day with a few clouds? What better way to bring some definition to those clouds, intensify the colors without introducing weird PhotoShop-y elements, and darken up that sky? And, if you're intending... More
  • Autumn, polarizing filter and what's coming up

    by Elenathewise | 6th of November, 2007

    This has been a busy year. I am getting close to 5000 images online. I am happier with my images in general. There are lots of ideas and unprocessed images still, so ...work work work. Some recent news: Almost finished "mother with children" series, just a few images... More
  • Polarizing Filters

    by Destinyvispro | 1st of October, 2007

    A polarizing filter is one of those nifty devices that help block haze, reduce light glare and increase contrast in clouds. Its difficult to describe. Some say its like having a set of vertical blinds that you can close part way, blocking out the glare on a scene. A polarizer... More
  • Create A Collage Of Polaroids From A Single Photo

    by Tonygers | 23rd of August, 2007

    Here's a cool Photoshop tutorial that'll give you a great effect that's very pleasing on the eye. Or you could just use an image of a black background to get results similer to these. - Hope you enjoy it and please leave comments. Thanks More

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