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Found 14 results

  1. Fomorii

    First entry

    So, first entry. New here, so on and so forth...I'm a hobbyist photographer, with main interests lying in photographing insects/other invertebrates. I don't have a fancy camera, but I do spend time making sure everything that needs to be in focus is the light conditions are just right etc etc. So yes, will hopefully be uploading some images soon.
  2. I already have a topic in the Forums on the subject of some good photography book recommendations, so I am not going to duplicate what I have already written there. Of course, the best way to start taking great photos is to get out there with your camera and start shooting! However, most of us can also use a bit of a grounding in the basics - or even some of the more advanced techniques. And there is nothing like a good book on a cold, wet and windy day, now, is there?! If you want to have a look at my Forums post, just click this: And if you would like to share the details of any great photography book that you have come across, please do share them, either here, as a reply to this article - or in the Forums. Thank you!!
  3. 'Not too much time for painting in recent years... I have a portrait of my youngest daughter on the go - and I will definitely finish it one day. (I started it when she was 16. She is now 19 - so I will have to finish it while she is, technically at least, still a teenager!) Photography... Well, this little blog of mine is also supposed to be about some of my attempts at photography, so here are a few snaps I took of the Shinkansen, on a recent (work-related) trip to Japan. The photos I posted on Facebook created quite a few comments and I have reproduced some of these below: Vic Rolfe I was talking about the Shinkansen to a friend in Kokura. He said he couldn't understand what was so special about the Shinkansen! "It's just a train, right?" Just a train??!!!! Well... I suppose - for Japan, yes!! Luis Reyes Ordinary train lng sa kanila FB Friend:" Beautiful, wish we had those here in Australia. " Vic Rolfe Ideal country for it... Japan has spent a stupendous amount of money over the years building that network. At least, you wouldn't need too many tunnels, for a start off! Vic Rolfe City center to city center, all over Japan. Every station on the Shinkansen network is surrounded by hotels, so you just get off the train and walk for two minutes to your hotel. In Japan, unless you are going from one end of the country to the other, it is actually quicker than flying, by the time you get stuck in a traffic jam just getting to the airport. Then you have to check in and get through security. Luis Reyes Ganda ng train Vic Rolfe These things don't spend all day in the station, either. They arrive on time and they have to leave on time - exactly to the second. Hence the announcement as you slow down on the approach to Hakata (Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka, Japan) "If you are planning to get off at the next station, then you need to get all your stuff ready NOW and start making your way towards the doors.." (or words to that effect!!) I am not sure how long they stop for - but it can't be very long! That's for sure... 1 minute? 2 minutes max!!
  4. Some of my latest water drop photography. Not my best shots but some turned out nice. I did these on my lunch break using a Canon 5D Mark II and a Canon MP-E 65mm 1x-5x macro lens. www(dot)bubblews.com/news/794375-water-drop-photography "Not Found" error. URL edited by smb to minimize broken links on artfreaks.com
  5. This category is for all members, whether they consider photography to be their prime field of interest in the world of art - (or as a secondary interest to their main discipline); to upload and share their own experiences and/or general advice that may be of use to other members and any aspiring photographer guest visitors to the site. I am not an expert on anything - least of all photography. So please, can I have some input from some of the members? Let's make artfreaks.com a website by the members - and for the members! If you don't want to start your own article, you can just reply by way of a comment to this article. And new members are always welcome! Everyone loves to see photos, so here is just a random shot of the so-called "Bullet Train" or Shinkansen in Japan!
  6. Any suggestions for new categories in the Forums, Gallery or the Articles database, please feel free to let me know by way of a reply to this topic. Happy posting! Vic Rolfe - Owner of artfreaks.com
  7. Guest

    Photographing my artwork

    I have never seemed to get the hang of photographing my art, oil paintings and charcoal sketches. I posted my first painting a couple days ago, but the photo I took looks like crap and really doesn't do my painting the justice it deserves! How in the world do I take a really good photo of my work? I realize that the photo is never as good as seeing it in person, but it seems like the photos of everyone else's work on this site and on artwanted.com are so professional looking. What am I doing wrong?
  8. I make no secret of the fact that I am an affiliate of amazon.com... Well, I use them a lot for my own online shopping needs and I am more than happy to recommend them. And, of course, having spent years pouring money into my own website, (artfreaks.com,) it would be lovely to at least be able to break even with the cost of the server someday? Now... We all need to be able to make a living - and so much the better if we can do so, by making some money out of doing the things that we enjoy doing! If you are having any ideas about making some money by selling stock images of your digital photography, this might be a good book to read, for a little bit of grounding on the subject, before you start: Digital Stock Photography: How to Shoot and Sell And when you are ready to start selling your stock images, you might like to check this website out: www.Crestock.com
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