M-am gandit sa postez acest articol cu gandul ca ne vom trezi la realitate. Este, totusi, timpul sa ne dam seama de capacitatile pe care le avem in noi insine. In cazul acesta, vreau sa stiti ca nu exista diferente. Cu totii avem ce ne trebuie. Puterile sunt in mainile noastre. Nu exista unii dintre
When it comes to being creative, which is the second aspect I’d like to talk about, we need to consider some key elements that define our creativity in photography. Let’s just say that we passed beyond the snapshot aspect of our practice of photography and we understood that by having a photo camera in our
I began wrighting this article for everyone who likes to do photography whether they are beginners or even professionals.
What I’d like to talk about in this article is about something that I’ve recently learned on a photowalk and it sums up everything that I’ve learned so far through the practice of photography. I’d like to talk about the vision in photography.
Going back to my collection of photos from Baiului Mountains I found another strong image. I found myself in a decission making situation, whether to post this or not. So, this image reminded my that art should first and foremost communicate emotions and than information, which is communicated straight to the consciousness.
Today I decided I should post some other photos from my Secaria winter collection. I think what strikes me the most about this trip is this photographic story and journey through the snow desert in that place.
In one of my earlier posts I mentioned the fact that where there are shadows, there are values. Practically, shadows are what ennoble the light, especially in a photograph. Revisiting my collection of images from Secaria County, Comarnic District, Romania, I’ve noticed that I had very interesting compositional ideas. The sun was on my left writing
This is the first article I write about HDR photography that I’ve recently done. I was photowalking in Sinaia the second time, last winter, and I’ve always wanted to do some HDR photos especially with the old locomotive in the station. It’s a very old one and it has a lotta history on it’s back.
I’ve been poking into my collection of images again and I’ve noticed some of them that I’ve ignored which are meaningful to me and I thought I should post them in the journal.
I began a deep, thorough study of light as the subject of photography and discovered new things that I wasn’t aware of before. The following image was done in the Baiului Mountains last december. It’s a black and white image which reminds me more of Ansel Adams and a little of Michael Kenna.
Often I find myself feeling something exquisite that I have never paid conscious attention to. While I’m out in the field I see things that amaze me and I actually feel the same thing I feel when a friend or coleague of mine tells me of his successes. I feel joy for his achievements and
Last year, I traveled to Draganescu, a small village southwest of the capital city of Romania, Bucharest (29 km away) and I was with a few friends. We drove there and I noticed on the way there were these beautiful fields with a few houses and a few trees and, unfortunately, I couldn’t tell my
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