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  • Mommy LOOK!

    by Ellenboughn | 1st of June, 2007

    Everybody loves a baby...unless they are screaming in the seat next to you on a cross-country flight. And almost everyone has a baby around the house at one time or another. But beware...babies and children can be like little flowers: way too many images of them to compete... More
  • Doctor in the House

    by Ellenboughn | 27th of March, 2007

    With an explosion of medical advertising and health care issues often in the news in print and on the web, there is an increased demand for images of medical professionals. To produce images of doctors and nurses, it's not necessary to have access to a hospital. It'... More
  • Not Just a Pretty Face

    by Ellenboughn | 9th of March, 2007

    Facial expressions send strong messages about what an image is trying to say...what the image is about. Unfortunately, a model's lack of expression can sometimes cause the photo to say next to nothing. One expression to avoid is the pouty-pouty runway model blank... More
  • Model Releases

    by Jormonago | 21st of August, 2013

    I have many shots in my personal portfolio that I have not been able to use here mainly because of people reluctant to sign model releases. Due to this I've started taking self portraits and I'm having a lot of fun with it :) Much easier to get a model release for yourself!... More
  • I'm grateful...

    by Igordabari | 27th of July, 2012

    I have just started the people photography. It's still an 'undiscovered' area for me. Still lot of things to learn starting with proper lighting and finishing with helping model to establish a proper mood. And lot of issues in between. Now I would not like to discuss all... More
  • Self-advocacy and rejected images

    by Lostarts | 1st of February, 2012

    Self-advocacy refers to an individual’s ability to effectively communicate, convey, negotiate or assert his or her own interests, desires, needs, and rights. It involves making informed decisions and taking responsibility for those decisions. (VanReusen et al., 1994)... More
  • Beauty In a Box

    by Junpinzon | 14th of December, 2011

    It is often suggested that beauty shoots should be lit with big, soft lights. But what if you can't fit those big light modifiers in the room? As was the case for this project. With space constraint, I decided that I can use that small space to my advantage. Instead... More
  • A Quickie Shoot with a Household Name

    by Junpinzon | 14th of December, 2011

    Once again, my apologies for being quiet for a while. I've been spending my downtime sleeping 'cause it's been really busy the past months. Anyway, if you're from the Philippines, I'm sure you're familiar with the brand name Mama Sita. Am truly thankful that I got the... More
  • Simple Color Scheme

    by Junpinzon | 12th of December, 2011

    When my writer and I walked into the stadium where we will interview and shoot Smart Gilas Coach Toroman, I knew right away where and how to shoot him. The red seats on the bleacher would make an excellent element for the portrait. His wearing a blue jersey put the icing... More
  • Winter & Christmas images

    by Dark3y3s | 23rd of September, 2011

    According to various statistics, winter & Christmas images are already searched for and they'll reach a peak in the upcoming months, so here I am, sharing again with you my two related collections: Winter portraits and Christmas portraits Please feel free to suggest... More
  • The sharpest Tokina 11-16mm and its chromatic abberation

    by Deechhom | 18th of March, 2011

    Note : whatever I am discussing here applies iff (if and only if) you are going to print bigger than 12x18 sq. inch size of a photograph. Below that size you just need a DSLR and any lens, yes I said any lens. And that will give you same result as $8000 camera with $1900... More
  • More results and a thank you to DT

    by BCritchley | 20th of January, 2011

    This month has seen a few minor milestones for me and I would like to shares these with you. I have found the last 9 months on here has taught me so much about photography, microstock and where I want to go with the whole thing. This month I have had my 400th picture... More
  • New Collection - Editorial India

    by Chrisrawlins | 2nd of December, 2009

    I've put together some wonderful pictures from India. The collection focuses on people from India and is a series of naturalistic portraits and people in their environments. Please, take a look. The collection has only just started but there are already many pictures... More
  • Working with Children

    by Azurelaroux | 6th of August, 2009

    A strange mix of adult human and small pet. They can be cute, charming sweet and adorable. Or they can howl and bite you every time you get within reach. Children are one of the most sellable subjects to photograph while simultaneously being one of the most frustrating subjects... More
  • new portaits series

    by Morgancapasso | 29th of July, 2009

    i create an new series of portraits stock oriented with the model anna i will like your opinion morgan See Article
  • Corrective Techniques for portraits

    by Creativei | 7th of April, 2009

    Here is the first part of my blog, which I promised will share here, this is a Exclusive Bobby Lane's Class. The successful portrait photographer realizes that his principal aim is to obtain characteristic likenesses of his subjects. At the same time, however, he must... More
  • Dog Photography - 5 Tips for Improving Images

    by Sgcallaway1994 | 14th of October, 2008

    Photographing man's best friend can be challenging. Below you will find 5 tips which could help you improve your images: 1.Camera Settings: Dogs are moving subjects. They rarely stand still for pictures. Select short shutter speeds to help freeze the action. Its very... More
  • Important Photos for Life

    by Micspix | 18th of January, 2008

    The last few weeks at work have been quite thought provoking. You see, I make part of my living restoring photos. In the last several weeks I have had the unfortunate job of working on a number of photos of people that have recently died. Relatives of the recently... More
  • My First Blog

    by Ronibgood | 12th of January, 2008

    The blog is new to me. LOL I am trying to get my work out there, sell it and make some money. Share with others and get different points of views. I just would like to me people and do better. I love animal, children, wildlife, etc. Need to improve. Want to improve.... More
  • fantasy photos

    by Egorr | 6th of August, 2007

    I love fantasy photos. I love fairies and their beauty. You can see some photos of fairies in my portfolio. Possibly, you will love them too. George Mayer (egorr) More

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