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Sperm Donor IMan gives half a lifeSperm Donor I by goofydelinquent
Woman becomes a mother
Child not his to keep
The Dog Named DewThere is this dog named DewThe Dog Named Dew by goofydelinquent
He loves to pee and poo
I'm sorry to say,
Complain all you may,
That he belongs to you
Venus at MarsGaling sa magkaibang planetaVenus at Mars by goofydelinquent
Nagkatagpuan sa mundong ito
Para makahanap ng kasama
Sa bawat tawa, sa bawat luha
'Di nagkakaintindihan ngayon
Ngunit pareho ang hinahanap
Akala nila: sagot ay doon
Na lumulutang lang sa pangarap
'Di nila kailangang lumayo
Para ang pag-ibig ay lumago
The Composition of my thoughtsWell, I thought I'll sum up some pointers and tips regarding composition. I used some of my photos as examples in the different topics. I hope I can help, or even refresh, some of you photographers out there. If you have anymore ideas to share here, please do.The Composition of my thoughts by gilad
What would you say is the most important thing in a good photograph?
Colors? Idea and expression? Sharpness? Perspective?
Well, since there are no "right and wrong" (just opinions) everyone is right, but in my book, one of the most important thing is definitely composition.
It's the same in almost every art form, but since in photography you don't always have time to plan the situation in details, composition becomes a very important skill in your decision making.
I never learned photography in the "old fashion" way of school or teachers, and my composition skills have developed by my own sense of intuitive point of view. It's only later that I diagnosed the decision making I made without thinking about it.
I want to shar
Finding your style in photographyLast week I did a poll on what subject you would be most interested to hear my opinion about. The majority wanted to know on "Finding your own style" (http://gilad.deviantart.com/journal/poll/264778/). Here are some pointers on that.Finding your style in photography by gilad
Photography has been here for a very long time. Every category in photography already been tried, most places have been photographed, portraits have been done, special techniques, weather... So what do we still find exiting and unique?
The answer is not in "what's being said", rather in "the way we say it". It's not the subject of the photo, rather the way we take it, show it, make our own definition of it. If you group 20 photographers in one scene, all having the same cameras, you will still get many different photos. On the other hand, you can tell which photo is who's just by looking at a photo - recognize the style. I have to say that finding your style is not a process you are aware to. It happens while doing photogra
Getting inspired for PhotographyWhat do you do when you don't know what to doGetting inspired for Photography by gilad
You get these "I don't know what to do next..." phases? When you want to do some photography, but your creative ideas simply ran out... Well, I can tell you what I do. You should know that what works for me may not be right for someone else. I am more of a "street photographer", I don't direst my shots, don't plan them. I'm not into models or stills in particular and so I depend solely on inspiration.
1. Check out the weather.
When I have an idea what I want to take pictures of, it's easy.. I go there. When I have no idea what to shoot, I simply go without knowing where. I check the weather to decide on the general idea. Warm days (without clouds in the sky) are good for urban shots since I don't need the sky in the frame, and it's mostly shaded anyway. Warm days with nice clouds are perfect for IR or landscape. Colder days are great for nature, Macro and reflections (puddles of rain), and they are also good for indoor shots and mood