THIS is a digital world now and the persons afraid of holding cameras(particularly ladies), are anxious to see their child on the LCD screen and then on computer/laptop and share with friends. .....shooting children is exciting......and unlike adults are less aware of the presence of the camera.. They can almost always be caught in natural poses.....Though sitting still is very disgusting for a child.....so if u want to snap ur child on the camera's sensor, be prepared to move a lot while at… Continue
Added by gopalshroti on November 19, 2008 at 11:11am —
Google is hosting this amazing collection of photography from Life magazine and it's my understanding that 97% of these photos have not been viewed by the general public. There are some really amazing shots here and it feels as though you're wiping away the dust and cobwebs with each thumbnail click!
In browsing through just a few of the 10 million photos Google plans to add, it reminds me just how powerful this medium can be and how important it is that we remember our photos may be the… Continue
Added by Phil UpChurch on November 19, 2008 at 10:49am —
Just wanted say I'm sorry for being on as much lately. Been busy dealing with medical issues but anyway I'm back and I hope to be visiting all my friends out there. Still not able to get out and about like I want yet but it doesn't stop me from doing arm chair photography...LOL.
Added by Patrick on November 18, 2008 at 6:58am —
This image was emailed to me this morning. I have no idea who took it, where it is from, or if it is real. But if it is real, it really combines a lot of appealing subjects. It has lightning, what looks like a large storm, and a rainbow. Do you think it is real?
Added by Natasha on November 17, 2008 at 3:51pm —
SOME of the best lighting conditions are to be found around dawn or dusk. Try taking pix at these hours and find the effect,....the brightest sun of the day can wash pictures out......if the time of the day when u take pix is not important, try to avoid around mid-day. ..and if necessary, try using fill-in flash/white reflector to avoid shadows on the face. or choose bright shadow area...and also if sun is blocked by the clouds...shoot good pictures.
Added by gopalshroti on November 16, 2008 at 11:55am —
Added by Murray Edwards on November 16, 2008 at 9:55am —
Added by Murray Edwards on November 16, 2008 at 9:42am —
Its been awhile since I have posted but I have been out a camera. I had it in to have the sensor clean as well as for checking what looked like a scratch but I didnt have to have anything replaced and I didnt see any scratch on a set of photos I took this evening.
I did have another camera i was working with and I was impressed with what I accomplished with it. The only thing is I havent done much photography in the last few with the expections of shot for a… Continue
Added by Kelly on November 13, 2008 at 8:30pm —
This photo was taken by Julie Pavletich and I think it won an international photography contest. With good reason I would say.
Added by Natasha on November 13, 2008 at 2:46pm —
...IT happens many a times that what we shoot, we are unable to recollect after some time, becoz, there are numerous shots we have taken in different settings and of different subjects with varied lighting.....it wud be better if u carry a notebook with u and write down the details of each shoot. if the final result is the same as u expected, then that is great, if not, learn from the photograph and the details u noted down to improve next time. this will result in lot of improvement in ur… Continue
Added by gopalshroti on November 13, 2008 at 1:12pm —
Hi FLickr girl and everone else. This site rocks!
There is a good pool of talented photographers and looking forward to learning more.
Added by MarshaRico on November 13, 2008 at 10:16am —
Extreme macro photo of a mosquito using a special kind of camera taken by David Scharf from National Geographic Magazine.
Added by Natasha on November 12, 2008 at 4:05pm —
Two separate cute photos that I wanted to share. The first did not have a photographer listed, so I'm not sure who it was taken by. But the second photo of the Lamb Jumping was taken by Richard Peters. Enjoy!
Added by Flickr Girl on November 10, 2008 at 3:30pm —
Hi, I've been a stranger for a couple of weeks as I am currently in Morocco doing a recce for photography training holidays out here, starting early December.
Morocco is absolutely amazing photography territory, I've been to 30 or so countries and this is the best place I've ever seen for photography opportunities by far. I'll post some of my latest pics so you can see what I mean by the quality of light and the nature of the shooting out here.
If any of you are thinking… Continue
Added by Michael on November 8, 2008 at 8:30am —
Added by Flickr Girl on November 7, 2008 at 5:27pm —
Added by Remus Toderici on November 7, 2008 at 2:56pm —
Whoever is running this website needs to make the process of entering pictures into the Monthly Contest less difficult.
How difficult can it be to just have a page with thumbnails so we can see all of the pictures entered, and click on the thumbnails of the ones we want to enlarge?!
Then place a button at the bottom to add a photo of our own.
'Cmon.... get it together, webmaster. You're losing viewers.
Added by John Melton on November 7, 2008 at 10:15am —
Wow okay it has been several months since I have been on here. I have just been so busy with lots of random stuff.
But had a question. I'm working on expanding my wedding photography. Any ideas how to attract clients? Or any good websites to put my info on?
Any help would be AWESOME
thanks so much
Added by Jessica Sisam on November 7, 2008 at 9:40am —
Zenfolio is one of the leading online photo marketing sites out there. A lot of you pros might already have an account with them. Recently they pushed out a major software update to their site, fixing a lot of issues and adding some new features.
NitroDesk has always provided integration with Zenfolio, enabling you to manage your collections, photos and categories using drag and drop simplicity, and blazingly fast responses thanks to local image caching.
Zenfolio now lists… Continue
Added by nitro on November 7, 2008 at 8:24am —
Inevitably, people commit the same mistakes. You continue to judge people everyday, curse the whole world, and constantly fall for the person, who even in another lifetime won't fit you. It is just preordained. I tried finding an explanation to such event, but apparently failed to muse. I tried to sink in as much as possible to such cases but can only arrive at certain points.
I used to believe that I’m a pessimistic. Foresees an appalling situation out of a very simple one. I simply… Continue
Added by fritz on November 7, 2008 at 2:00am —