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  • Russia for stock photographers - part two

    by Amitai | 23rd of October, 2017

    A few weeks ago, I published part 1 of my trip to Russia. Today, I'd like to share with you, the rest of my trip to Ufa, the capitol of Bashkiria, a semi-autonomous republic about 1000 miles east of Moscow on the western slopes of the Ural, the area around it.   ... More
  • 5 reasons why your mobile phone is your best camera

    by Nikitu | 23rd of October, 2017

    Since the advent of the smartphone era mobile phone cameras have increased in quality, megapixels, DOF capabilities, and now you even get two cameras for the price of one as some of the top range smartphones have a wide angle and a zoom camera that you can switch between.... More
  • Would you dare to touch it?

    by Helgardas | 23rd of October, 2017

    In ancient times, Lithuania was a real Oakland. Researchers believe that in XVI century oaks were covering around 20 percent of the total forest area. Some of those ascendants are still out there. Here is a photo of an old oak which growths near the place I live.  ... More
  • New England Fall Foliage

    by Tempestz | 20th of October, 2017

                It's that time a year again in New England when trees put on a colorful show of brilliant yellows, reds, greens against a vivid blue sky. There are so many places to see autumn in New England and you won't be disappointed. Pick a day, charge... More
  • Bokeh - behind the lens

    by Yellowind | 17th of October, 2017

    So wikipedia says: "In photography, bokeh is the aesthetic quality of the blur produced in the out-of-focus parts of an image produced by a lens" ... that was a part of the article and I believe everyone can find and read it :) I won't write here about usual bokeh without... More
  • Art and Photography

    by Lightpro | 17th of October, 2017

    A recent conversation with a photographic colleague brought up an interesting topic. What do you see as art in your photography? My answer was everything. How did I come to this conclusion? The photography medium has been described as documentary, but I beg to differ.... More
  • Creating quality images

    by Cammeraydave | 16th of October, 2017

    Quality: the standard of something as measured against other things of a similar kind; the degree of excellence of something.        It has taken a while for me to create quality in my images. All the usual elements that help achieve quality are education, experience,... More
  • Trekking story

    by Meduzzu | 16th of October, 2017

    In the previous blog I wrote about things that make us recharge our batteries. So, here is a short story about a trekking escape that I have done recently. The most convenient (time and distance) trails are in the Bucegi Mountains, which are part of the Romanian... More
  • Autumn compensations

    by Jaquiht | 15th of October, 2017

    For most of the year, I yearn for the butterflies and dragonflies to come along and cheer me up with the opportunity to take photos of the places that they recently left. However, autumn has plenty of compensations as I embark on the long wait until next Spring:   All... More
  • How I fell in love with photography

    by Davidcutts | 14th of October, 2017

    My name is David Cutts and I was born and raised in the great state of Texas. As a child, I spent many hours hunting and fishing with my father. Over the years I grew to have a deep appreciation for the outdoors and a love for nature and wildlife. As an adult, I’ve had... More
  • Creating a white seamless background

    by Lightpro | 11th of October, 2017

    One of the most versatile backgrounds in portrait and commercial photography is the white background. Giving the appearance of a white room with no walls is simple to create once you have the knowledge to do so. The digital age has made it simpler and cheaper to use. When... More
  • Tips for video with mobile phones

    by Tamarabauer | 11th of October, 2017

    So you’re thinking of submitting videos for stock, or have already been doing so but would like a few pointers? The good news is that you don’t need an expensive digital SLR or dedicated video camera. These days, even a good mobile phone will record up to 4K video and... More
  • Top 5 most popular assignment images of all times

    by Malinash | 10th of October, 2017

    We love assignments and hope you're enjoying them as much as we do. We're always trying to challenge your skills and stimulate your creativity and we've now seen years of valuable images in terms of concepts, techniques and sales. Pushing yourself as a photographer... More
  • Fine furry friends

    by Bwagner656 | 9th of October, 2017

    As I told in a previous blog, I'm an eager bird watcher / photographer. Birds are perfect targets for nature photographers, you can find them almost everywhere. Even in big cities, in the closest parks, even in winter (unlike butterflies!) and they are comfortable size -... More
  • Being moved by the fallen flower

    by Richardwhf | 5th of October, 2017

    When you wait the shutter bus beside the noise road, it's high humidity because just now there was a rain. You felt very tired and not any patient to waste one second. But when you lowed your head,there being a single flower blossoming in the corners with itself.   If... More
  • Tips to Rock your next Facebook Cover Image

    by Karenfoleyphotography | 5th of October, 2017

    Admit it, unless you live under a rock, you have used Facebook for at least some of your daily life. But what you may not want to admit is what kind of user you are.     Are you the “post every detail of your day from sun rise to sun set” kind of user?... More
  • Learn from the refusals

    by Gagyeos | 4th of October, 2017

      Darn, my photo got refused. Never mind, I will make another one and submit it when I catch some time. STOP. That is not a good thing to do. Have you at least checked the email you received based on refusal or you've just deleted it after reading the subject line?... More
  • Chinese National Day in Hong Kong

    by Nothing2tell | 4th of October, 2017

    When I first arrived in Hong Kong in 2015 I thought the New year eve would be a perfect time to practice firework shooting. I went to the Tsim Tsa Tsui promenade since 9 pm to get a good spot for shooting but I was a newbie back then. All the photos were either overexposed,... More
  • When to upload holiday images

    by Dudau | 28th of September, 2017

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, everyone!     Oh, you don’t know? It may be September, but in stock photography world, it’s Christmas already. Let me explain. We all know that uploading seasonal photos can provide a nice, recurring, steady income if... More
  • Multi Generations living together- Care for your Elders

    by Katseyephoto | 25th of September, 2017

    Our family now has four generations living in two households just a few streets apart. We moved my Mom and her cat from Florida to be with us so she could spend more time with family and we could actively assist with her care as she grows older.   We just completed an... More

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