Second image is awesome.
is this lens actually still for sale anywhere?
similar to that Russian woman's work but with a touch of humour rather than just schmaltz.
Too theatrical for my taste, I prefer the work of for example John Hallmen who gets exquisite detail and wonderful natural light quality.That said always good to see a different approach as long as subjects are not tormented in any way.
what a tedious video on their web site 'reviewing' this bag. Fortunately there are plenty of serious reviews on YouTube as the product is evidently at least two years old.
the link to Tlumacki suggests Crab spiders change colour for camouflage; this has been disproved by scientists. There is no evidence they profit from adapting their colour to the flower due to the way both prey and predators perceive colour.
Farewell green hill, our organisation switched to Windows 7 last month as XP is no longer supported and in addition have locked all PCs to a plain black background which sucks.
Wouldn't want to live near one with so much light pollution.
Amazon will be hoping the appeal by the FAA is unsuccessful assuming they intend to go ahead with their drone delivery service.
Fishing one worked for me, not the others.
racketman: Not surprised, I seldom see anyone toting a camera where I work but no shortage of people snapping with their mobiles and tablets.
true re mirrorless cameras, most would not even know what they were. However compacts were definitely more popular before mobile phones and tablet cameras improved.
Not surprised, I seldom see anyone toting a camera where I work but no shortage of people snapping with their mobiles and tablets.
A look at the dock and some 4K footage, enjoy watching on your 4k monitor http://cheesycam.com
Well he'll have plenty of suffering to photograph in his beloved Somerset at the moment unfortunately and more rain on the way.
dantome: Photography should move an emotion, and these images do, if you like you do, if you don't you don't. But the negative comments I don't get, those of you who continue to nock these images put you're work up, lets see what you can do, I am sure you can't, thats why you knock. Every photographer has a style, and she has developed her style.
If you can't do, just shut up.
the vast majority of fine art critics could not make a living as practitioners but that doesn't undermine their aesthetic senses and scholastic achievements. I'm not aware of anything of note by Kenneth Clark as a painter but few would argue that he had great sensibility.
Looking at the pics of the photographer herself I kinda guessed she doesn't get up at 5am to milk the cows in a Russian winter! Anyway lovely photos of the genre.
onlooker: If anyone tried to read the intro to the photos, there would be no outrage. I quote:
"In his own words, the purpose of the project is to 'render a world which may disappear forever imperceptibly and very rapidly due to the transitional nature of the [Communist] era'"
In other words, this is a world that is disappearing now (rapidly -- in his own words), in the post-Communist times. In other words, this is NOT a portrait of Romania today. This is a portrait of the disappearing remnants of the communist times.
Very nice photographs, btw.
high pay? The govt doesn't even enforce the Minimum Wage law, 3 prosecutions in the last 7 years.
Why don't tripods have markings on the legs so you can see they are all extended equally when necessary?