Rainy Days Photography

posted on 5th of july, 2008

"It's raining... Again... Every time I have a little spare time, the weather decides not to cooperate and turns against me. What can I do?! All my plans for a whole day shooting ended up in smoke (or rain?)... Life sucks..."
Have you ever thought such thoughts? Have you been unhappy when it has been raining cats and dogs, while you have planned a sunny day photosession?
If yes, then it shouldn't be that you just let the unpredictable weather to ruin your happy moments with your camera.
How not to let that happen?
There might be some ideas for you.
1. Go out, find a lobby or carport or some other dry place and take rainy day photos, people with umbrellas, struggling with their everyday life, rushing across the street....

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Comments (11)

Posted by Maigi on October 02, 2008
Thanks! Glad to hear. Hope everything is okay with you.
Posted by Loongirl on October 02, 2008
some excellent ideas - enjoyed reading this blog
Posted by Sutashiku on September 30, 2008
Thanks a lot! the information is very necessary our city! ))

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Total Eclipse Of ...

posted on 28th of july, 2008

... the Sun.
Are you living in Arctic Canada, Greenland, Svalbard, Franz Josef Land, Central Russia, China or Mongolia?
If yes, then you have a great chance to follow the total eclipse of the Sun on August 1st, 2008!
All others of us, in northeastern North America, Europe and Asia can admire this wonder only partially.
So, what to do to be prepared?
1. Check times and locations
If you are living some kilometers away from eclipse path, make a jaunt with friends or family to see the full performance.
2. Prepare your camera
Use the longest telephoto lens you have, find or rent a tele-converter. If you can achieve 1000 mm focal length, it's good. 2000 mm would be better :). Do some test photosessions. Don't forget your tripod! A mylar or...

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Posted by Linqong on July 29, 2008
I guess you must be a astronomer, I will observe this wonder on August 1!
Very good shooting! !!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Noonie on July 28, 2008
I hope the pros get some good shots for me to look at. We Hillbillies sit and drink moonshine while we wait and usually fall asleep before it happens!
Posted by Talanis on July 28, 2008
Even in the totally eclipsed phase, looking directly to the sun can cause permanent damage to your eyes.

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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+: +MaigiDesignPhotos Twitter: maigidesign Contact: http://www.maigi.com/contact

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