19
Nov 14

Awesome wedding Photography Album (Indian Style) By – PictureLandStudio

Wedding ceremony Images Online video Score: four / 5


21
Oct 14

The Basics of a One Light Setup: A Lighting Tutorial

Wedding ceremony Images Online video Ranking: 4 / five


23
Sep 14

Photography Information : What Is Portrait Photography?

Marriage ceremony Images Video Ranking: two / five


10
Sep 14

Funny street theme snaps poke fun at street fashion photography

Street theme fashion photography is quite a huge deal these days that also makes it the perfect aim for a bit of good humored, well deserved ridicule. Here comes Jessica Saia and Isla Bell Murray of Bold Italic as well as their uproarious tongue-in-cheek Literal Street Style series.
As the name evokes, this is Murray and Saia’s reductio ad absurdum testimonial to the art of street theme fashion photography. Taking a very ridiculous and very literal interpretation of the term street theme, they fancied up random objects on the road in fashionable accessories and cloths and after that snapped away, clivking all the significant angles.
The duo wrote that the street theme blogs have been hot for quite a while now. But let’s call it what it really is – ‘People Style, Outside.’ If anything, the street is usually out of focus or is in the photo at some weird angle, not being stylish at all!”
Their answer was to click snaps the real street style. The habitants of the pavement that you would find out there everyday – and in this case sporting some fancy fashion. They clicked and spoke with 7 of these so called permanent repairs of pavement life, asking them about their unique attire and taking snaps from all the queer angles you are no doubt familiar with if you have ever read a street style blog.

Street theme fashion photography is quite a huge deal these days that also makes it the perfect aim for a bit of good humored, well deserved ridicule. Here comes Jessica Saia and Isla Bell Murray of Bold Italic as well as their uproarious tongue-in-cheek Literal Street Style series.

As the name evokes, this is Murray and Saia’s reductio ad absurdum testimonial to the art of street theme fashion photography. Taking a very ridiculous and very literal interpretation of the term street theme, they fancied up random objects on the road in fashionable accessories and cloths and after that snapped away, clivking all the significant angles.

The duo wrote that the street theme blogs have been hot for quite a while now. But let’s call it what it really is – ‘People Style, Outside.’ If anything, the street is usually out of focus or is in the photo at some weird angle, not being stylish at all!”

Their answer was to click snaps the real street style. The habitants of the pavement that you would find out there everyday – and in this case sporting some fancy fashion. They clicked and spoke with 7 of these so called permanent repairs of pavement life, asking them about their unique attire and taking snaps from all the queer angles you are no doubt familiar with if you have ever read a street style blog.


26
Aug 14

Portrait Photography Pricing Walkthrough

Marriage Images Online video Ranking: 5 / five


07
Aug 14

Breathtaking animal snaps by wildlife photographer Marina

Marina Cano’s wildlife pictures are a magnificent delineation of the way animals interact with one another and also with nature. Wile some of the snaps can appear to be posed, the lovely beasts are captured on the lens while they were going on with their daily lives.
The Cantabria based photographer spent 3 years clicking snaps of animals near Cabarceno Natural Park, that as per National Geographic, is the biggest Wildlife Park in Europe. This place is home to a whole lot of engendered species from all continents across the world.
Along with this, the Spanish Photographer has visited Kenya and South Africa for her photography expedition. Her typical day for the perfect snap may last over twelve hours in the midst of African heat. She even clicks through the noon light that could cause severe difficulties for snappers. She told that time is very precious when someone is traveling. She just loves all types of light everywhere. There are always good opportunities for taking great pictures.
Nature photography lovers can for the very 1st time have their say in the well known Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, the worldwide showcase of the very best in nature photography. A whole new publicly decided section, the People’s Choice Award, acknowledges the high standard of the entries this year and the contest’s landmark 15th year.
This new category offers fifty snaps, pre-selected by jury from over forty-one thousand entries from almost hundred nations, for an online vote worldwide that is open till 5th September, 2014.

Marina Cano’s wildlife pictures are a magnificent delineation of the way animals interact with one another and also with nature. Wile some of the snaps can appear to be posed, the lovely beasts are captured on the lens while they were going on with their daily lives.

The Cantabria based photographer spent 3 years clicking snaps of animals near Cabarceno Natural Park, that as per National Geographic, is the biggest Wildlife Park in Europe. This place is home to a whole lot of engendered species from all continents across the world.

Along with this, the Spanish Photographer has visited Kenya and South Africa for her photography expedition. Her typical day for the perfect snap may last over twelve hours in the midst of African heat. She even clicks through the noon light that could cause severe difficulties for snappers. She told that time is very precious when someone is traveling. She just loves all types of light everywhere. There are always good opportunities for taking great pictures.

Nature photography lovers can for the very 1st time have their say in the well known Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, the worldwide showcase of the very best in nature photography. A whole new publicly decided section, the People’s Choice Award, acknowledges the high standard of the entries this year and the contest’s landmark 15th year.

This new category offers fifty snaps, pre-selected by jury from over forty-one thousand entries from almost hundred nations, for an online vote worldwide that is open till 5th September, 2014.


29
Jul 14

Wedding & Portrait Photography Tips & Advice by Bambi Cantrell

Marriage ceremony Images Video Score: four / five


30
Jun 14

Hindu Indian Wedding Photography (www.emotioninpictures.com) Emotion in Pictures by Andy Lim

Marriage ceremony Pictures Online video Ranking: / 5


20
Jun 14

Dartford warblers is under ‘threat’ from wildlife photographers

Nature lovers and conservationists fear that over-zealous wildlife photographers are threatening the well being of one of United Kingdom’s rarest breeding birds on a popular Suffolk heath. A series of recent incidents suggests that wildlife photographers be encroaching at the National Trust’s Dunwich Heath, located near Southwold, to get close-up snaps of the Dartford warblers. These incidents have propelled the trust to take stern action.
This specific bird species is quite elusive and they are difficult to spot. It enjoys the top spot of legal protection designed by Wildlife and Countryside Act. It is placed on the Schedule one of the act and it is highly sensitive to disturbance.
In spite this season being the breeding time, trust staff reported that some wildlife photographers had recently been spotted well away from the heath’s paths. They were far too close to the Dartford warblers nest sites. Not just that, they are even attempting to lure the this species onto the heath tops by playing recordings of the species’ song, which is a highly controversial process named tape luring. The staffs of the trust have distributed a leaflet for birdwatchers and photographers that ask them to abide by the code of conduct and abide by the law.
The trust’s senior ranger for the site Richard Gilbert said that they are attempting to raise awareness of a problem that has highly developed, particularly over the last 5 or 6 years in his experience. There is now a lot of technically advanced as well as economically available photography equipment around, but unfortunately, the advances have not been matched by the capability and experience of some photographers.

Nature lovers and conservationists fear that over-zealous wildlife photographers are threatening the well being of one of United Kingdom’s rarest breeding birds on a popular Suffolk heath. A series of recent incidents suggests that wildlife photographers be encroaching at the National Trust’s Dunwich Heath, located near Southwold, to get close-up snaps of the Dartford warblers. These incidents have propelled the trust to take stern action.

This specific bird species is quite elusive and they are difficult to spot. It enjoys the top spot of legal protection designed by Wildlife and Countryside Act. It is placed on the Schedule one of the act and it is highly sensitive to disturbance.

In spite this season being the breeding time, trust staff reported that some wildlife photographers had recently been spotted well away from the heath’s paths. They were far too close to the Dartford warblers nest sites. Not just that, they are even attempting to lure the this species onto the heath tops by playing recordings of the species’ song, which is a highly controversial process named tape luring. The staffs of the trust have distributed a leaflet for birdwatchers and photographers that ask them to abide by the code of conduct and abide by the law.

The trust’s senior ranger for the site Richard Gilbert said that they are attempting to raise awareness of a problem that has highly developed, particularly over the last 5 or 6 years in his experience. There is now a lot of technically advanced as well as economically available photography equipment around, but unfortunately, the advances have not been matched by the capability and experience of some photographers.


02
Jun 14

How to Make People Look Good in Photos | Portrait Photography

Marriage ceremony Images Movie Score: four / 5