Has it ever happened to you that you visualized a drawing in your head and when the moment you turned those thoughts into drawings came, the pictures didn't resemble the ones in your mind?
We can always create content! That is what we have always done best. I am grateful that this wonder does not fade or break, we will always have these outlets to be hopeful. Our ability to create is the entire reason we started our line of work! From our paint brushes, to our vocal chords, and even within our photos, we are limitless and continue to bring our spectacular art into the world without worry! If you encounter any problems, trust me, I believe in you! You will find another way to pursue your biggest dreams and passions. If you need some beginning tips on starting (for photography), I have some information, here.
Photography for me has been my passion since 1988. I was a photojournalist with The Senteil Review newspaper in Woodstock, Ontario from 1989-1991. My speciality was sport photography concentrating on basketball and football. As a photojournalist I felt I needed a change so I became a freelance photographer which what I am today. As you can see in the above photograph of a scene of London, Ontario which was taken from by balcony on the 15 floor of my apartment in downtown London, Ontario. The rustic colors in the photograph are meaningful because they represent the end of the fall season in Southwestern Ontario Canada. The photograph was taken with a 200mm f/2.8 lens on my D-40 Nikon body. There are some key tips I like to give to you to have great photographs.
Capturing the perfect snapshot depends on many factors. The quality of the camera is one of the essential parameters. Nikon is known for producing high-quality cameras. Nikon has come up with Nikon Z6 II. At the rate of 1999.95 USD, it is delivering features the user seeks in a perfect camera.
November 19th, 2020. After a long day of work as a school photographer for Lifetouch, I took my passion of photography and integrated it into life outside of the 9 to 5. Joselito: friend of my beautiful girlfriend, and I finally had the opportunity to meet, take photos, and pick each other’s brain after weeks of back and forth on Instagram.
Photography is not old - It came into the world in the middle of the 19th century. It soon became a craft with apprenticeship and journeyman's certificate. To understand some of the following stories, it is necessary to first know a little about the history of photography.
I've always thought that double exposure photography, done with either Coreldraw or Adobe Photoshop, was really neat. And so I really wanted to do it myself. Yet, I'm on a fixed income and can't afford to purchase either one of these two graphic design programs. That's where GIMP comes in. It's a free drawing/graphic design program. Just what someone, like me, needs who either has no or little amounts of money in the bank.
About a year ago, I got a crystal ball, or lens ball (people use both terms, apparently interchangeably), to play with photographically, because I had seen so many amazing photos using them that I was jealous, and wanted to try my hand. They are available in a variety of places, including Amazon, so getting one was not hard at all.
Stay-at-home rules have made it challenging to enjoy some of our favorite outdoor activities but The Mandagies, a husband-and-wife travel photography blog in the Pacific Northwest, shows us that it can be done. In fact, it should be done -- our mental health depends on it!