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From: The Royal Mojos and The Full Nine Yards

Posted by Merco_61 in My musings on technique and sometimes technology, 14 May 2017 · 138 views

I'll blog this as well as not everybody read the photosharing threads.


Source: The Royal Mojos and The Full Nine Yards

The Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, Dartford, Kent, UK

Posted by JohnRNixon in JohnRNixon's Blog, 07 May 2017 · 131 views
bridge, architecture

Views of the bridge from the banks of the Thames at Greenhithe in Kent

Social Media

Posted by Ignacior in Ignacio's Blog, 05 March 2017 · 222 views

Just curios if anyone here using stuff lien instagram or anything else for your photos?

I use instagram and am a member of a couple of different groups on Facebook as well.

8-Week Still Life Workshop

Posted by nbanjogal in Love from My Camera, 07 February 2017 · 347 views

I recently completed an 8-week Still Life Photography workshop from Don Giannatti, one of my favorite teachers. Still life has always been difficult for me, so I appreciated having to focus on it intently. We spent eight weeks trying out different perspectives and lighting techniques with various subjects to highlight texture, dimension, and so forth.

I...

flying heron

Posted by Sante in Focus vs Blur, 26 August 2016 · 713 views

got to be in the right place, right time

Busy weekend

Posted by deano in dean crandall blog, 07 March 2016 · 938 views
baseball, horse, airplane

Last weekend we attended a baseball tournament (5 games) for my 13 year old nephew, and an Equestrian competition for a friends 15 year old granddaughter. While at the baseball games we were entertained by an airshow from a nearby airport. Leaving hime early in the morning on Saturday,we stopped to photograph the Wild Horses of Maricopa, shooting into the...

Mobile World Conference: First Day

Posted by AndreaWilson in AndreaWilson's Blog, 03 March 2016 · 930 views
mwc update

The Mobile World Conference has kicked off, which means there are a lot of new and exciting technologies being announced and shown off. There are sure to be many exciting things announced in the coming days, but today there have already been some great mobile devices seen. Here is a quick rundown of the most important releases today, thanks to Computer Wo...

Super Mario Bros: The ultimate artificial intelligence test

Posted by SharonneDwade in SharonneDwade's Blog, 25 February 2016 · 801 views
artificial intelligence and 1 more...

If you were to make a list of the greatest video games ever made, the original Super Mario Bros. made for the Nintendo System would have to be towards the top of that list. Thanks to original game mechanics and challenging level designs, Super Mario Bros. was an instant classic and remains popular today—30 years later. But retro-gaming enthusiasts aren’t...

Nikon Df

Posted by BeccaFryProDf in BeccaFryProDf's Blog, 04 November 2015 · 1,546 views
nikon df

Nikon Df Seems to be everywhere that someone thinks they know about cameras still do not seem to know about the nikon Df i dont quite understand why this is , it is ment to be the special edition Camera Retro look DSLR full frame and yet in most places no one has heard of it and isnt mentioned either , like on the what do you have in your camera bag ?? doesnt ment...

36 On 35 Project - Week 5

Posted by TBonz in Sportz2Pix's Blog, 19 August 2015 · 1,060 views

Here are my images from my version of the 36 on 35 Project...my last week...Week 5

My goal was to capture images from my neighborhood to share with others...
July 25

My son was on the roof of our RV and grabbed one of the covers...I told him he looked like Dark Helmet for those who have seen Space Balls...only photo in my project that is an iPhone photo...

Wow, has it been this long? (Finally got a DSLR!)

Posted by JoyN87 in JoyN87's Blog, 25 July 2015 · 645 views

Hello.

It's been awhile since I came to this site. I took a little break and I'm back here. I finally got a digital camera, Nikon D7100 (still good!). The camera is crisp and fantastic to enjoy, although it was incredibly complicated to use the camera for the first time. For instance, I was having a hard time to understand the buttons and the "other" sid...

New camera !

Posted by Erewego in Erewego's Blog, 04 January 2015 · 547 views

Recently bought a new camera (D750) - will post something when I am more familiar with it.

Nikon Lover

Posted by Sushant in Sushant, 12 October 2014 · 803 views



New Adventure

Posted by Adamwesleyo in Adamwesleyo's Blog, 24 July 2014 · 813 views

So I got to shoot my first paying wedding. It was great. The couple was about as chill as can be. No B.S. to put up with. Really small wedding at the Des Moines Art Center Rose Garden. Slight drizzle all day but no problem. I had so much fun. Best part was they had the reception at the Iowa Cubs game in the skybox. Now I'm not a huge sports fan but I enjo...

bordehill gdns west sussex

Posted by onedrifter in onedrifter's Blog, 04 July 2014 · 822 views

bordehill gdns west sussex taken at bordehill gardens west Sussex
any comments much appreciated, still a beginner to proper photography, only been a snapper before

A Picture A Day

Posted by iNYONi in iNyoni's Blog, 10 June 2014 · 723 views

I Have a week off work so I've decided to see I can improve my photography over the week. I'll post my best picture from each day and see how I improve. The weather has been rather wet during my first day so I've had to improvise,

I have gone the way of the BLOG

Posted by Daniel in Daniel's Blog, 20 May 2014 · 722 views

My last blog was about starting a webpage, but because I am not a professional yet (hopefully some day), I wanted my next step before a website to be in the form of a blog site. I am aware that a lot of my photo's have stories behind them and I wanted to express myself further by telling those stories as well as sharing the photos online for people to see...

Signing your work

Posted by Thumper in Thumper's Blog, 13 May 2014 · 1,198 views

Before I actually got into photography, there were photographers whose work I really admired, both amateur and professional. (Including a good friend of mine). Each one had their own style that made it easy to identify their individual work. It defined them. It inspired me. So once I actually got into photography myself, I found myself making the mistake...

Earning those pennies.

Posted by Mr_Leeman in Money money money!, 24 April 2014 · 912 views

I'm yet to even comtemplate selling an image and most definately not ready to pitch myself as a pro and offer services. But wondered what the rest of you do.

Apart from being hired for weddings and comissioned pieces, how else does photogrpahy generate earnings for you? Do you sell on stock sites? In galleries?

Part of my job involes photogrpahy so tech...

Cinematography / photography tie in

Posted by K-9 in K-9's Blog, 05 March 2014 · 764 views

I feel that the best cinematographers have that photographic eye. The ability to compose a scene which in itself, can speak even louder than what the actors are saying. It is an intricate skill where most movie goers may not even notice. I wonder if the fact that I'm a photographer makes me enjoy films with stunning cinematography more than the person who...



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