Hi everyone, please join me for the Worldwide Photo Walk. I will be leading a group around and on the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. I will give information and tips for architectural photography using HDR technique. Please also share this post to reach other friends who are interested in photography...hope to see you there! [link]
I was in NYC for a while and enjoying the amazing architecture of the city. I shot this one from Roosevelt Island, as panorama, combination of 4 vertical 3 horizontal shots...
thank you very much all, for your comments and faves...
The ancient village of XingPing in China. Awesome place! Read the story about it on my blog: [link] While you're there, check out the Portfolio section for the complete Travel Album with photos from Asia.
Tech: Nikon D700, Nikkor 24-120 f4 VRII, Manfrotto tripod, stitched in PS.
MASSIVE fog starting to roll into Dubai Marina. Taken from the 85th floor of Princess Tower, currently the tallest residential tower in the world.
EDIT: Since quite a few people don't seem to like the fact that I did not clone out the cameras in the upper left corner I'd like to clarify. I could have done that, but I deliberately chose not to. I shared this awesome experience with a few good friends and this is my way of honoring this fact. I even intentionally framed the image to include the cameras in the first place! And I also have a few snaps without other cameras in the frame - which I might upload some other time
Beautiful and elusive, Snow Leopards are found in the rugged mountains of twelve countries across Central Asia. It is estimated that only between 4,000 and 6,500 of these endangered animals are left in the wild. Snow Leopards are perfectly adapted for the cold, barren landscape of their high altitude home, however, human threats, such as poaching, and loss of habitat have created an uncertain future for these wonderful animals.
Someone wanted to buy the first one I did, but I had given it to someone for Christmas, so I decided to just redraw it and see how much I had improved within the last two years, especially since I started taking art classes.
Here's the first one [link] I'm really happy with the result! I think I've improved a good bit.
Introducing Kaizer. An Akhal-Teke (surprise I know) with an appaloosa and minimal paint pattern. He has a thin but athletic, classic teke build. No mane (roached) and hock length tail with a strong, hawk like face. His skin is mottled because he is a classic(?) champagne... and I guess because he has an appaloosa pattern lol.
One of my favorite designs. Him and Dezertte are beginning to fill my sketch and notebooks. If only I could get around to shading things haha..
Name: Kaizer Age: 7 Breed: Akhal-Teke Height: 16.3 hh Mate: None Foals: None Info: Very friendly and athletic, charming, confident but some what awkward. Dezertte and him are both extremely competitive so they often conduct friendly races. Or just run for fun. Drawings of him: None
I have no idea why I put this in black and white. But I still love it. The contrast, the tones, I love it. The closeness is the best thing. I wasn't hoping much with these filters but they are pretty good! Better than forking out on a proper macro lens.
This little inlet usually has calm water, which gives a nice reflection.
Location: Steveston, Richmond, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Equipment: Nikon D90 + Nikon 10-24mm. Technique: Photomatix Pro 4.2 and Photoshop CS6 from 3 x RAW shot in 1.5 EV intervals. Follow me on:Facebook | Tumblr