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  • Lightpro
    Leading lines

    by Lightpro | 30th of June, 2016

    Most experienced photographers know the concept of leading lines. They are one of the most basic elements of composition. Years of studying the masters of art show these lines as a major element in some of the greatest works of art, whether it be photography or the work... More
  • Qiwoman01
    Correcting Converging Verticals

    by Qiwoman01 | 12th of June, 2016

    I've recently been working on perfecting architectural photography. It's not as simple as you might think. A house is sitting still after all, and you can control the lighting with strobes or flash and time of day. Easy, right? Not so much. A super wide-angle... More
  • Alpiee
    Aviation Photos

    by Alpiee | 20th of July, 2015

    Hello, I'm from Istanbul, 51 , electrical engineer & aviation photographer. Love to take photos of aircrafts during take-off, landing or taxi. Almost 350 photos online and its increasings day by day. Most of my aviation photos were taken at Istanbul Ataturk Airport (ICAO... More
  • Amilevin
    Tips for RAZOR sharp images

    by Amilevin | 26th of April, 2015

    Hi all, Recently I was doing some urban night photography and really got happy with the results. I can't believe there will be here some new findings for the veteran photographers among you but it's a nice reminder for all of us so I decided to share :) 1. Gear - for... More
  • Alexmstudio
    Abstract Collection

    by Alexmstudio | 23rd of July, 2013

  • Tangjans
    Bridge fetish or a lesson in composition? You decide!

    by Tangjans | 21st of August, 2012

    I've got a confession to make: I've got a bridge fetish. I find the lined interior and exterior of bridges irresistible, and I always have an overwhelming urge to photograph, dissect and digest them during my travels. Take for example the Helix Bridge at the Marina Bay... More
  • Joezachs
    simple lines

    by Joezachs | 22nd of November, 2011

    We always wonder why our pictures don’t get sold but others have all the luck. When I first saw this picture I thought, “who would want to buy such a picture” I mean this gives an impression as if the lady is running with the basket trolley in an aisle in the supermarket.... More
  • Billdayone
    Opening ANOTHER but friendly blog about similars

    by Billdayone | 6th of April, 2011

    I´d like to investigate with the user community, the contributor community and the admininistrative community, the ideas / confusion that surround the concept of similars. I can only reflect on my own confusion, as a creator on concepts and images, at the ambiguity that... More
  • Petarneychev
    Editor's Choice - Some Guidelines

    by Petarneychev | 11th of January, 2010

    So, you navigated to the homepage and saw that special tab with hand-picked impressive images and naturally began dreaming of seeing your own among them. You kept trying for a (long) while, but it just isn't happening. What is the deal with those editors, you ask yourself,... More
  • Costa007
    Tips for editorial submissions

    by Costa007 | 9th of March, 2009

    There are a few important points to be considered for editorial submissions although they seem to be overlooked most of the times: Specific descriptions – increased editorial value The first thing one should keep in mind when submitting such images is that they... More
  • Karldavis
    Headroom on Images

    by Karldavis | 17th of December, 2008

    Well, I finally got started in stock photography! It seems like a whole new world to me and I have a huge learning curve... to come up to speed on what's important, what images sell and which ones don't. One thing has struck me already: LEAVE HEAD ROOM and Lots of It!... More
  • Jinlide
    What really attracts you?

    by Jinlide | 27th of October, 2008

    After reading a comment from my first blog, I went back to my pictures and realized something really interesting: I have quite a few curvy lines in my collection. It could be the neck of a grooming flamingo: or a river in a Chinese royal garden: or those quiet garden... More

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