10.20.14

Portrait Photography using Compression | with photo samples

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08.25.14

Photography Tips for Whale Watching Pt1 – Photo opportunity of a lifetime

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04.1.14

Cambridge University Science Festival

Cambridge University Science Festival’s first weekend was marked with photography, art and a murder mystery. Thousands and thousands of visitors clumped to a range of places in and around the city, along with several events free of charge.

At the Shepreth Wildlife Park, the direction was on the structure and pattern of the animal kingdom along with demonstrations on the attraction’s brand new Animal Encounter sessions arranged in Discovery Centre. Photography and art work shops were also arranged.

Head of education, Lainie Bazzoni told that it was a very nice way of introducing kids to form and structure, and they got the scope to draw live animals. They have looked at perspective, light and shadow, and vanishing points. It was important to demonstrate that art forms have a basis in the world on science.

In the meantime, Madingley Hall arranged some murder mystery workshops earlier on Sunday afternoon where participants of all ages used their detective scientific skills to key out the culprits behind a demonic crime. The event would go on till Sunday.

Gareth Brooks is all set to host an outdoor Light Painting Photography event. The event would take place at the Cuerden Valley Park. Gareth is a photographer who specializes in Light Painting as well as Low Light Photography. His snaps have featured in popular publications like Photography for beginners, Chorley Guardian, Lancashire, Photography Monthly as well as several other publications.

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01.20.14

Photography apps for Android

Your Android phone camera device can be anything – whether terrible or exceptional, depending on the device as well as which Android version the device runs on. Luckily, there are whole lot of camera apps that would help you to make the most of the smartphone camera you have no matter it is very good or average. The applications even would serve you to click, edit as well as share snaps.

Camera ZOOM FX application is a must have any Android handset even if your default camera application is very powerful. This app is full of features to serve you click better snaps. It has a stable shot mode that only clicks the snap when your camera is steady to click a very clear snap. Other top features include tap-to-snap, tap-to-focus as well as voice-activated shooting mode. Read the rest of this entry »

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11.25.13

Photo Cuba Workshop

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 »

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10.18.13

How To Take A Great Family Photo (Portrait Photography)

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09.20.13

Dolphin snap wins top award

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 »

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05.13.13

Nature photographer turns himself into a cactus

A clip from an issue of Popular Science of 1931 reveals naturalist posing as a cactus plant so that he could get close enough to take snaps of different desert species in Arizona. At that point of time, Arthur N. Pack was American Nature Association’s president, and made a number of that ind of dresses so that he could get closer to the subject.

The clipping also reveals that Arthur Pack even made himself a goat dress with horns in order to get very close to mountain goats to take their pictures. While this might not be the very first case of a photographer disguising himself or bird blinds; but this instance is certainly one of the earlier.

Arthur was a storied nature and wildlife photographer, creating documentary films, writing for Nature magazine, working with communities as well as giving lectures at Princeton. That time, there was another man with the same name (as old records show), but it is not sure whether both Arthurs are same or not.

While this cactus dress may appear a bit absurd to some outside viewer, obviously it worked really well for Arthur Pack, and different variations of this technique are even used to this day as well. Photographers would not get incredible success like capturing all species of the Birds-of-Paradise without convincingly hiding the intent from wild animals. And this recent picture may well be the start of photographers hiding behind a bizarre looking camouflaged dress to get closer to their subjects.

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03.20.13

Life through the wildlife lens

David Jones, a wildlife photographer, will be the guest speaker at the Briggensian Association’s annual dinner next month. In the 1960s, David was a young member of staff at the Brigg Grammar School.He has now become a popular speaker and much publicized photographer.

Except for his very own books – Shepherds of the Desert and Faces of Kenya, thousands of his pictures have been used in newspapers, calenders, magazines and books across the world. In fact, he has published many calenders using his pictures. He has also sold around three million postcards.

Jones begun his professional life teaching Physics and staying at Grammar School Boarding House. He was a very keen mountaineer, guiding small school groups on short trips in Lake District. He took up photography to capture the scenic beauty of the mountains, and one day when he was on a alpine holiday, he met his wife Carla.

David’s real expertise is actually Africa. Given the scope to go to Kenya for 2 years to teach on a Government aid program, both Jones and his wife Carla fell in love with the Kenya and stayed for fifteen long years. That time, photography became very important for him and at last he actually decided to be a full time photographer. Now he has also set up his own business – Images of Africa Photobank; and he sells pictures for publication across the world.

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