I think, we will agree that the most important quality in a photographer is the ability to see interesting subjects. I would like to recommend a book named: "Photography and the Art of Seeing" by Freeman Patterson. I got it when I entered the local library in a day I was...
At Easter 2009 I was trying to get a picture of Inverness castle using a wide angle lens so a bunch of wild daffodils was in the foreground and the castle behind.
The width of the River Ness stopped me from getting the shot I wanted. However at this moment another photographer...
Taking up membership of Dreamstime 3 months ago was a challenge but get images accepted has proved to be a steep and valuable learning curve. I found Nikitu's article on innovation particularly helpful as it stressed the need to think along new lines to create interesting...
Before I was alwayls confused on how to browse all the photos clearly, obviously and quickly,and at the same time, I do not need to hit the details of those photos or to put the thumb on those photos for some minutes.
Now, luckly, I find the flash browser, a very convenient,...
Now that all the images that I submitted have been processed, here's a quick review of the innovative concepts (and the weird ones) that I saw.
Hybrids are always the talk of the motor show. Some brands push the boundaries a bit further than others, and Peugeot was showing...
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