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Wild Models
posted by ellenboughn - 6th of march, 2007
Yesterday I found myself on a long pier stretching far out into the Atlantic Ocean. An aggressive group of large pelicans were hanging around the end of the pier to snatch leftover fresh bait.... More...
Wildlife Photography and how to make best of it
posted by jremes84 - 27th of march, 2014
Summer is coming. As part of the season, wildlife photography is a must at least for me. At many other out there, who might be actually consider going into wildlife and taking pictures or animals around them. This might not be as... More...
Steve Allen's favorite images - New Collection
posted by mrallen - 24th of january, 2014
Have a look at the new collection - Steve's Favorite Images. This great collection of almost 400 colorful stock images includes some of Steve's own work, but mostly the great photography of more than 75 other Dreamstime... More...
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...
The Real Illusion
posted by lindsaybasson - 13th of october, 2013
My love for photography started at the age of fourteen when I edited some existing photos that were already on my computer. Eventually I took my father’s compact digital camera and photographed flowers, landscapes and wildlife. I... More...
High Desert Oases: Mayfield and Reynolds Ponds
posted by toynutz - 16th of september, 2013
Amid the dry scrublands of Central Oregon lie two engineered wetland oases - Mayfield Pond and Reynolds Pond. The source of water for these man-made reservoirs is the Deschutes River, some 12-20 miles away, via canals and ditches maintained... More...
On the hunt ...
posted by hellen8 - 26th of august, 2013
On the hunt ... Recently I was in a deep forest to hunt wild animals. But I was not shooting any animals, but new images. I went to the woods before daylight and waited for the sunrise and the first warm morning... More...
GET TO KNOW THE BIRDS OF TURKEY - 10
posted by hyperbiker - 25th of july, 2013
My dear friends, Here is the one of the most common birds that can be found all around Turkey: Corn bunting – Emberiza calandra The Corn Bunting (Emberiza calandra) is a passerine bird in the bunting family Emberizidae,... More...
Finding the Humor in Photographic Catastrophes
posted by chipclark - 23rd of may, 2013
Most any photographer that has spent even a modest amount of time shooting has experienced moments of blunders and mistakes that, as far as he/she is concerned, at the time, were horrific catastrophes of monumental proportions. Then... More...
Winter Wildlife Photography at the Picos de Europa NP
posted by physi28 - 27th of april, 2013
Last January I spent 20 days at a tiny and remote village at the doors of the Picos de Europa national park. This beautiful park forms part of the Cantabrian Mountains range in northern Spain, a wild and mostly unspoiled region. During... More...
Africa's Gentle Giants
posted by lindsaybasson - 26th of february, 2013
I was never really a big fan of elephants. Their size and tusks terrified me! Whenever my family and I went camping at the Addo Elephant National Park in the Eastern Cape, I used to quickly drive past the elephant bulls just in case... More...
Finally got the Koala
posted by swelsh1 - 9th of february, 2013
Living in Australia provides some great opportunities to take wildlife photos. There is a location close by that has loads of Koala's. I must have a thousand photos but they are all looking up and the sky is overblown. We had guests... More...
Photographing reptiles
posted by robinstockphotos - 15th of january, 2013
In this particular article I'd write only about the non-venomous reptiles and some tips or tricks for photographing them. The venomous reptiles would be covered in a future article after I've completed studying their behavior. I'... More...
Nature Environment
posted by mangalika - 9th of october, 2012
I was brought up in a beautiful and peaceful place of India where I played with butterfiles, watched dramatic evening sky everyday and helped mom in gardening. Mom being a doctorate in Botany had always taught me lots of things about... More...
Take aways from photography workshop
posted by chanevy - 15th of september, 2012
From my own mistakes: make sure to pack your tripod and always double check your camera settings before a shoot. Grrrrrrr....nuff said. Class 1 Photographing Small Children. I am hoping this class will help me do justice to... More...
Giraffes and mud! new collections
posted by inyrdreams - 13th of september, 2012
hi all, I am looking for images for 2 new collections, mud and giraffes. giraffes I want these beautiful long regal animals in zoos, reserves and all kinds. More...
Wildlife and Movement First Try
posted by artalis - 10th of august, 2012
I set myself an assignment the other day, to capture animal movement with my new sigma 70-200 2.8 OS lens and new Canon 7D. Being fairly new to photography and exploring my new kit, I was eager to get some decent shots. Put the camera... More...
A simple trick for Hummingbird Photography
posted by physi28 - 26th of july, 2012
Those among us who have been trying to get decent pictures of Hummingbirds in flight, know about the difficulties involved: some species exhibit a rather (relatively) slow flight between their stops in the air, allowing you to focus... More...
New images of Southern African wilidlife
posted by cooper5022 - 22nd of june, 2012
I have recently returned from an unbelievable trip into Southern Africa, bringing back many images of the wildlife encountered there. All my images have been approved and are now online. Please have a look if you have a moment.... More...
Macro world in your own garden
posted by risto40 - 21st of june, 2012
Weekends at cottage offers a good change for taking photographs of nature and this spring I took a bit closer look in what is going on in my garden. I have one extreme macro lens which, due to its limitations, most of the time... More...
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