I am a Webmaster, an Online marketer and An Enthusiastic Photographer and I have been so for over thirty years, I first got into the hobby of photography when I was stationed in West Germany and in later years in Berlin. I was enjoying my first taste of freedom so along with my wife we began to travel all around Europe but mainly to the southern areas of the picturesque Black Forest areas. Everything was a new experience and the main aim at that time was simply to record our journey which is how many people get into photography.
Then along come the kids so we began to record their activities as they were growing up. At that time of course we were still using film and we had to get the photos right first time or we lost some history plus we had to keep sending photographs back home. When we went up to Berlin there was just so much to film and I made maximum use of my position to go where people were generally not allowed to go, so some of my photos from that time are really special to me. I have carried that passion all through my life and while I don’t travel quite as much, we still take a lot of photos, but these days we have moved into the digital era. My son has also got the photo bug but he currently enjoys the trick aspect of photography.
This website is designed in order to create a photo blog for Photography Enthusiasts like myself and a few others. I am particularly interested in Landscape Images, but the interest is mainly what is referred to as “Trick Shot Photography” whereby through the use of light and motion some fantastic images can be created. I will gather plenty of information on these pages that I hope you will find as interesting as I do. It will be updated on a regular basis so please check back to see what is new.
With some of these images it can be easy to spot how they have been created but there are others where a little more than the imagination is required, just like being in a magic show. We intend to share some of these tricks and to also provide tips on how you can re-create the trick shots or better still to arm you so that you can set about creating your own.
Just look at these images on the left by a guy called Evan Sharbonea. Can you guess how they have been done?
There is an option to sign up to a 10 part newsletter which will reveal one trick in each part but the aim of this website is to go much deeper than that but it will take time to build up and I will also touch on the blogging side and how to set up and add to your blogs. I hope you stick around and in addition to various tips and tricks I shall also drop you the occasional treat.
If you would like to pick up a free email series then enter your details below and I shall also send you a free download by way of welcoming you to the series.
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