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Explore the Elements - Travel Photoblogging Challenge

My interpretation of four elements in photos: air, earth, fire, water.

the adventure called photography All landscape photographers are in one way or another tributary to Ansel Adams (1902 - 1984). He set the bar high and if you want to be of somewhat influence in this field you will have to go beyond what he did and that is not an easy challenge.  Today's post is simply an example of his unique skills and it will inspire you or make you hang your camera on the nearest tree and never try again.  Does he do only landscape? No way he has been iconic all over the…

the adventure called photography All landscape photographers are in one way or another tributary to Ansel Adams (1902 - 1984). He set the bar high and if you want to be of somewhat influence in this field you will have to go beyond what he did and that is not an easy challenge. Today's post is simply an example of his unique skills and it will inspire you or make you hang your camera on the nearest tree and never try again. Does he do only landscape? No way he has been iconic all over the…

the adventure called photography In addition to my previous post about earlier forms of 'photoshop' we have to agree that manipulation of photographs is as old as the dark room itself.  Nineteenth-century English (born in Sweden) photographer Oscar Gustave Rejlander a.k.a. 'The Father of Art Photography' (1813 - 1875) combined 32 images into one by printing a combination of negatives (it is called photomontage) in his legendary work 'Two Ways of Life' (1857). He also used some 25 models. Was…

The Two Ways of Life, por O.G Rejlander, 1857 - fotomontagem através de 32 imagens.

16 September 2014: Orange spider packs a picnic. I'm greatly enjoying having this amazing-coloured spider living by my back door at the moment. Getting a half-decent photo has been a challenge, but I'm pleased with this one.

16 September Orange spider packs a picnic. I'm greatly enjoying having this amazing-coloured spider living by my back door at the moment. Getting a half-decent photo has been a challenge, but I'm pleased with this one.

Air, earth, fire and water – these four elements are believed to be essential to life but how often do we stop to appreciate them? So when I was challenged by Catherine to take part in the Thomas Cook Explore the Elements Photoblogging Competition, I jumped at the opportunity. Looking through all my photos brought back some amazing memories and reminded me of all the destinations that I visited before starting this website. Now I’ve resolved to write up those fantastic trips to share with…

Explore the Elements - Travel Photography Challenge

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