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The Colorscapes Masterclass
I fell in love with photography back in Fall of 2015. I was 15 years old at the time. I always had a fascination with the Universe and I thought it would be very cool to be able to capture photographs of the stars. I knew I wouldn't have much success with my phone camera at the time, so I did a little research on the internet to learn more about how I could start taking star photos with an actual camera. One of the first things I read about was this thing called a DSLR. At the time, I wasn't all too sure what that was. I knew it was a camera of some sort, but I had no clue why it was called a DSLR. Regardless of my lack of understanding or knowledge, I asked my parents if we had one and it just so happened that we did!
Shooting Underwater on an Indie Budget
Ever since I was a child, I dreamed of becoming an explorer like Jacques Cousteau. I studied environmental science for 3 years until I figured out that the part of diving that I liked was when I had a camera in my hands for documenting and educating the public, so I shifted my career back to videography, except this time I focused on underwater. I took the professional underwater cinematography course at Hydroflex with Pete Romano: ASC. In case you're not familiar with Pete Romano or Hydroflex, he basically re-engineered underwater housings and cameras back from the stone age to state of the art technology. Before the mid-80's, underwater housings were primitive, cumbersome and difficult to get good results with. His debut was with James Cameron working on The Abyss and the rest is history. If you see a major motion picture with underwater scenes, most likely it's Pete Romano donning the SCUBA gear and getting the underwater shots. I couldn't have had a better teacher.
An Artist's Evolution
I was one of those kids who came out as me. I knew I wanted to be an “artist” when I grew up since the time I was three. I wrote it down in my school project. I drew myself with an easel, palette, and beret and while the only of those things I use now is the beret I’d say my baby self would be proud of me for what I do today. I am a mixed media artist & tarot reader ~ your regular sideshow attraction. I am a person of many names and even more games. I love to imagine, create, and realize.
16 Expert and Easy Photography Marketing Ideas
The idea that our product or content message spreads massively and quickly among users and it is they themselves who promote this content and thus can make it viral on different social networks.
Photo Studio Hire in London – Tips for a Successful and Pleasant Shoot
If you need high-quality pictures and videos for your business, instead of buying your camera and shooting at your own premises or any random location, it is better to hire a photo studio in London.
Shooting In The Dark
I have been a live music photographer for a very long time and I have seen the music industry has been one of the hardest hit over the last year. There is so much uncertainty. There are days where you think you have work, and then at the last moment. The rug is ripped from underneath you. This means not only do all the bar/venue staff lose work, the photographers, the band, the security, lighting and sound guys. Everyone is impacted negatively for this.
Flow with The Universe
Hello, my name is Keturah Williams and I am a creative freelance photographer. Art is my passion and I would like to challenge people's perception of art and life. My choice of subject comes from my interest in ideas about beauty and emotional connections. I enjoy photographing anything that captures the attention of those that are willing to use their minds to their fullest potential. I am inspired to create by the knowledge I gain as time moves forward and more opportunities are given. I take pride in photographing pictures that resonate with people.
The Accidental Florist
Those who know me intimately can hardly imagine that there was once a time when flowers never really elicited much of a response from me. I found them pretty enough, sure, but I would never pay close enough attention to them. This is hardly the case now; flowers and foliage dictate much of my creative and meditative practices. I feel like I think and speak in two languages: food and flowers. I squeal with excitement when I see a patch of wild foliage ripe for foraging. When I drive by interesting neighbourhoods with wild vines, foreign-looking trees or shrubbery, or overgrown flowering plants spilling over sidewalks, I try my best to memorize their locations so I can go back to these places to take photographs of the plants. I love visiting botanical conservatories. I will stop in the middle of the street with my heavy bags of groceries to take iPhone photographs of crawling clematis vines, camellia blooms scattered on the ground, or... say... persimmon trees with their unripe fruit. There was such a tree near my old apartment in Riley Park, and I would visit that tree everyday to observe the fruit go from green to bright orange. I was always too shy to ask the caretaker of that yard if I could snip off one branch to use for floral arrangements, so I would take multiple iPhone photos of it instead.
40 Free Resources to Help Grow Your Photography Business
Photography allows one to explore different perspectives of life captured by it. Photography is an art and it is the task of the photographer to always challenge himself to convey his thoughts, stories, and advocacies he wants to communicate only with images.
Photography for All!
Photography started out as a simple hobby for me years ago. I enjoyed taking pictures of flowers, bugs, animals, still life objects, but didn't get too much into portrait photography. I was too socially awkward, or maybe I didn't think I was good enough to do it. Whatever the reason was, I mostly kept my work with inanimate objects, or living things that couldn't judge how my work turned out.
Underwater Adventure MANILA, Philippines — It's been close to 12 months since COVID-19 isolate measures were executed, bringing about dropped itinerary items. Indeed, this is for your own special wellbeing, yet you are definitely tingling to bounce on a plane and rediscover the magnificence of the outside you seriously miss.
5 Best Wedding Photographers and Videographers
Your wedding demands a photographer who is equal to the occasion. Someone who provides the perfect canvas for an unforgettable day.We found the best wedding photography and videography companies based on their existing service history within Auckland.The data provided by Google My Business, Facebook, TradeMe Services, and other reviews sites.