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Macro Photography Ethics
posted by robinstockphotos - 21st of december, 2013
It is after a long time that I am writing, I have been busy with a lot of things...leaving school life behind and getting into a college on the opposite side of the country...and believe me India is a vast country. Away from family,... More...
500th upload
posted by phoenixci - 1st of august, 2013
Like an infant it me a little over 16 moths to walk amongst other photographers, I often state that I am not a pro and I do not consider myself to be at a professional level in my photography, I am still learning and I am happy to see... More...
Every approved photo is not easy
posted by woojee - 28th of march, 2013
I haven't into photography in the road, I saw the photography of others, always think they are easy to get, but in fact, when I seriously carry camera decided to take some good work, but found himself can't really grasp this everything,... More...
Straight Out of Camera
posted by goldfries - 3rd of february, 2013
The term “Straight Out of Camera” is often being used in the photography community but it’s also a subject of debate, something that’s totally uncalled for. Straight Out of Camera (SOOC) means exactly what you understood... More...
Marathon - An opportunity to practice and submit?
posted by chrwincan5dm2 - 21st of october, 2011
Hi, this upcoming Sunday there will be a marathon in my city and I think this is a great opportunity to practice some photography skills plus the images might qualify for the editorial section. What do you think?... More...
Good and bad skills
posted by le0nid - 18th of may, 2011
Today, rolling on the floor with laughter :))). My friend brought pictures of his daughter made in kindergarten how the "photographer of the professionals" for a certain sum of money. - What are some good photos! - All said.... More...
I bought a new camera: the Nikon D90
posted by antoinettew - 21st of july, 2010
This is one of the first photo's I took with my new camera and this picture is absolute not symbolic for what I did with my money! I am very happy with the D90 and at the moment I am practicing a lot because there is much to... More...
A checklist for amateur models & studio customers
posted by gunshe - 25th of june, 2010
Should I wear a bright colored suit? What color shoes shall I get along with it? What about jewelry? And makeup, Hairstyling?Props? Oh so many questions are asked by models, matrimonial aspirants. But they forget to ask the most basic... More...
Stock rank game/tool
posted by alexhor - 1st of july, 2009
Absolutely great addition to DT is new game/tool Stock rank. You are presented 10 random pairs of images from DT database. One image has no sales and one has at least one sell. By clicking on the image you must "guess" which image has... More...
Some tips on shooting objects on white
posted by alexhor - 10th of may, 2009
At first, don't start immediately by checking my portfolio because it will not add to my credibility. I am still beginner here on DT. But... I have some tips which may theoretically give some ideas on shooting objects closeups.... More...
A Day At The Zoo
posted by aughty - 5th of march, 2009
My favorite Zoo in the whole World is Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, and it's free. I spend the morning in the conservatory and the afternoon walking around the zoo's many buildings. There are always many images to choose from:... More...
Words of wisdom
posted by karenkh - 18th of january, 2009
I recently posted this to my new blog but I wanted to share it here because I have gotten such great advice from other DT photographers. Now it's my turn to share somethings I've learned. * Make your subject the strongest point... More...
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