UnikMoments wrote: For his 36th birthday I offered my best friend a photo shoot as a present. After shooting for a while already, I noticed an empty grocery cart and made him hop in. This remains, to this day, one of my favourite shots and makes me laugh every time I see it. Titled “Forever Young”.
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Hamudi wrote: Hello everyone,
Lately I was photographing my 6 years kid on a dance contest, and by mistake I forgot to change my settings and I photographed the judge who was a very nice black man from germany, and for my surprise the photo was way underexposed, and I ended with a silhouette picture of him because in the background was a board of a cloth store because the contest was in a mall!
From this great experience I learned that great pictures need to go beyond a correct exposure and need to show the mood and the moment itself and not only the subject, from that experience when I am photographing I try to think outside the box an try try to explore different ideas that may appear impossible or stupid sometimes
Thanks and have fun making pictures
[email protected] wrote: I had been into B&W photography for many years when I was invited to study with Ansel Adams in Yosemite. Working in the darkroom with him was a great learning experience on how to get the most out of a negative. As a result I entered into many international competitions wining many awards. The one that was most successful was my Williamsburg Window that was taken inside an antique shop through a window and exposed per Ansel's mantra of expose for the shadows and develop for the highlights. The resulting contrast took considerable effort to get a decent print, quite different than now when doing it digitally.
christiedelphia wrote: For my Story - My Sister adopted a child that we thought was my Brothers . I at the time had a huge round wicker chair with a black insert in my house . I babysat for my new 3 month old niece , slid the chair back so that she couldn't wiggle out of it . I covered her with a fleece blanket that had hearts on it . She looked like a little white Speck in a big black chair - the photo was too cute to pass up . Unfortunately - I don't have the picture.
tsmith9449 wrote: Looking East about 8:00 am the Sun was peaking through the clouds drawing the Vapors from the Earth preparing for a good shower of rain. Sure enough, it rained about one hour later. Just love the workings of the Lord. Have a nice day and thank you for allowing me to enter this contest.
jeannemor wrote: My fave would have to be in June, 2008, when I took early retirement from a fortune 100 company to persue my passion of photography full time . I moved to a new town and started a studio. Born again!!!! My camera is never away from my side and we have made beautiful music together. My 5DMklll would love to have this memory card.
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