Well, I don't know if you know about the ViewBug website but if you don't, you definitely should check it out. I've started my early days as a photographer from this website and actively using it till this day. When I started to search ways to enter photo contests and expand my photography sharing this… Continue reading ViewBug photography contests and Challenges WebSite
One of the real struggles I've experienced as a beginner photographer was to work with people. My lack of confidence, fear to do a bad job and inability to accept the fact that someone is going to pay me money for taking their photo had really slow me down in making any progress at that… Continue reading 10 Tips to How to work with people as a beginner photographer.
One of the things I really like to do when I'm going out to photograph is to take photos of stray cats. Except the fact that I really love cats(I love every kind of cats;)) I really love how their faces deliver some sort of personal story. You can see real fighters among them, little… Continue reading Street cat appreciation post
So out brief spring time is almost over, almonds and plum trees are ending their beautiful bloom, I had to take some photos before the season is over. I didn't had an opportunity to visit an actual almond tree fields but I did find few tree near the place I live, and even though I… Continue reading Blooming almond tree flowers
For this Daily Post challenge - Out of this world, I've chosen this photo of sunrise over Makhtesh Ramon, Israel. A dry, rocky landscape washed by first rays of sun and the fog pouring around looks, at least for me, as some unknown place, a mystical scenario that reminds me of the planet Mars.
Dutch goes the photo - Hills. For this challenge I've chosen this photo of little hill with single tree and bluish sky. This was my first "spring" photo last season and it still reminds me of how fast time pass by and that you need to live the moment to it's fullest:)
This weekend we had a really spontaneous night trip to the south. Sitting Friday night thinking about where to go the next day lead to the most spontaneous decision - we pack our things and drive three hours to the south to the darkest part of Israel - The Negev, in order to see a starry sky. Because… Continue reading Southern Israel – Visiting Makhtesh Ramon.
Living in the city is a wonderful thing, but there is one really noticeable disadvantage - you can't see the beautiful night starry sky. In order to get a glimpse of this beautiful creation we had to move far away from the light pollution of the big city. Israel is small and it is hard… Continue reading Night sky milky way – Negev Desert
When I understood that I want to be a photographer I started to search how can a photographer earn money as a beginner, among the many options one was selling your photos at stocks. I wanted to try it and looked for the most famous stock sites and stopped at the Shutterstock (later I also… Continue reading My 7 Tips to start or improve your Shutterstock (stock) sales.
Well, I am as happy as I coud be - I got myself a macro lens - Canon 100mm and it's amazing! Macro lens was something I wanted long ago, I would even say, it was an actual desire. My 85mm and 24mm couldn't get me what I wanted, each and everytime I had an… Continue reading Macro