Photography is a form of art that that has come in its own in twenty first century. As a result now more people are getting to know its power and they want to be able to know all the skills to make really exceptional snaps. Photo Cuba Workshop is all set to arrange a Cuba photography workshop. The workshop mixes technical learning along with real life experiences to make unforgettable images clicked forever with the power of imagery.
Trina would teach students different topics starting from sculpting light to composition to capturing the decisive moment as well as visual storytelling. These pragmatic guides would serve as tools to click inspirational snaps of urban and rural part Cuba. The students would also get lectures on traditions, culture and history of Cuba to understand the snaps they click. Read the rest of this entry »11.15.13
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An underwater snap of a bottle-nose dolphin hopping a wave at Ballintoy in County Antrim has snatched the first prize at British Wildlife Photography Awards 2013. The winning snap, named ‘In the Living Room’, was clicked by photographer George Karbusa, who is a pro free diver from Czech Republic. Now he lives in Ireland.
Speaking about his experience of swimming with Dolphins, George Karbusa stated that it was one of the most incredible views in the ocean. He added that this snap was clicked in the surf-heavy and most intimidating spot on Ireland’s north coast named Ballintoy. Read the rest of this entry »09.20.13
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This summer, Stratford Butterfly Farm visitors will have the opportunity to watch a magnificent wildlife photography exhibit. A collage of snaps by well known wildlife photographer Peter Farmer (Survivalphotos) will be on exhibit in the Swan’s Nest Lane centre’s Caterpillar Room throughout the 2013 summer holidays, exhibiting close-up pictures of the life cycle of butterfly.
Peter Farmer has held several gallery displays and sells his work both internationally and nationally – offering printed pictures, bespoke calendars and greetings cards. He told that the world of tropical butterflies has become a magnificent project, holding not just the charm of adult insect, but also the magnificent beauty throughout the breeding cycle.
Emma Bartholomew, the marketing manager of Stratford Butterfly Farm, stated that they were happy to have a big selection of Peter’s snaps on display throughout the summer. The pictures are magnificent and he is sure all their visitors would relish seeing the results of Peter’s work.
Admission to the exhibit is free, but general admission charges to the farm apply. To know more, visit butterflyfarm.co.uk
A wildlife photography contest has been launched by Galway City Council and this is a part of their Biodiversity Program. Photographers are have been asked to submit their snaps capturing flora and fauna across the city. All pictures have to be submited in JPEG format. A selection of snaps will be displayed in city library on 20th August.07.15.13
Clothes say a lot about a person, so if you are having a professional portrait taken you should spend some time considering what to wear. What you decide will be largely dictated by the purpose of the portrait.
Is it for a family collection of for use with your business profile? Think about the time you spend choosing an outfit for interview, it would be wise to give your professional portrait the same level of consideration.
Present your best side
We all have good and bad days and, whether we like it or not, we all have a happy and a grumpy side. Deciding what to wear can be as much about how you want to feel as it is about how you actually feel.
Putting on the right outfit can put you in a sunny state of mind which will be reflected on your face and in the way you carry yourself. You will want to present the best side of your character and your clothes can help you do that. If the portrait is informal, choose something that looks fresh, clean, easy to wear and comfortable without being sloppy.
If the portrait purpose is business related, choose something in line with the style expected for your area of work or that to which you aspire to join. If you are being photographed in a group or family portrait you may want to consider similar styles and colours, this will reinforce unity in the picture. Read the rest of this entry »