Wanna Get To Know Yourself?

posted on 6th of october, 2007

This blog is about to getting to know each others better, right? Well, I made this test today. And if you are curious, you can see the results, when you click on the link. This is too funny. Is is true or false, you can decide, after you have made your own test and got your own results. But it is a lot of fun.

maigi took the free ColorQuiz.com personality test!"Seeks success, stimulation, and a life full of exp..."
Click here to read the rest of the results.

Have a beautiful day!

Comments (6)

Posted by Maigi on October 29, 2007
BTW when I did that test a day later, I got totally different results ;))). Maybe you should try tomorrow again? :)
Posted by Littlemacproductions on October 29, 2007
Really I am not... hehhehehe.
Posted by Littlemacproductions on October 29, 2007
I took the test.. BUT I am not the sick individual my results suggest! I guess I better change my choice colors!

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Making Flash Not Look Like Flash

posted on 12th of october, 2007

Wow!What a great site: flash photography techniques!

Neil van Niekerk shares his knowledge about lighting techniques. A lot of good tips and examples!
I discovered it today for myself and couldn't help but post this link here too.
About Neil van Niekerk
Neil van Niekerk was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, before emigrating to the United States with his family in 2000. As a photographer in South Africa, he worked with a select number of clients, including Dogzbodys and PictureNET Africa (one of the largest photo agencies in South Africa).
Neil now lives in New Jersey with his wife and daughter, and is a full time professional photographer....

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Posted by Cathysbelleimage on August 01, 2009
Thanks Mailis! Great infos there and great blog! Hope you feel better!
Posted by Pamtriv on February 17, 2008
So much to learn!!! Thanks for this great info. The link is excellent!!!!!

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Stock vs Fine Art

posted on 21st of october, 2007

Today I discovered another feature, that distinguishes between a stock photo and a fine art photo. I was visiting British photographer Nina Ludwig's digital photogallery and just had to stop to look at this photo. It's amazing, how much room there is left for imagination. You can't tell for sure, what you can see in reflections. Are people there, or houses? What is it?That's fantastic. And I like those colors.
With stock photography it's all simple and clear. Wysiwyg. No mystery.
This is the product:

And this is you when you have it:

Simple and clear....

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Comments (2)

Posted by Macmaniac on June 25, 2008
I think you are right.
Stock photos are simple and clear,but fine art is complicated and ambiguous.
Posted by Fotogeek on October 21, 2007
You are right. But remember, making money out of art photography is much more difficult than stock. My opinion.

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About me

My name is Mailis Laos. I'm a photographer and digital artist from Estonia. Since 2016, I am happy to be one of Dreamstime's remote photo editors, and to do all I can to get your great images online. I love photography and digital art. Traveling, hiking, folk music and deep late night discussions with friends are among other things I enjoy a lot. And you can mess my head with thought-provoking poetry. You can find me on Facebook: MaigiPhotography Instagram: maigidesign Google+: +MailisLaos Twitter: maigidesign Contact: http://www.maigi.com/contact

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