May 31, 2015

Angelic Sunset


Inspiration of this photograph actually came from a dream I saw couple months ago. I usually do 3D landscape scenes with inspiration from my dreams but a photography inspired by a dream was first. In 3D everything is under your control but in photography you can not be sure what you will see when you visit a location. Interestingly enough it was exactly like in my dream as I saw it before moving here. Taken with my humble Nikon D90 + Nikkor 18-55 f/3.5 Lens - tripod used. I hope you enjoy & thanks for looking. Likes, comments & re-shares are welcome. Please visit my stock image portfolio for more.

All Terrain Vehicle

Taken with my humble Nikon D90 + 50mm F/1.8D on Yalova City's ATV touring track. Shutter Speed: 1/400 | EV:+1 | F/7.1 | ISO200. I hope you enjoy & thanks for looking... Comments, likes and re-shares are welcome! Also please have a visit to my stock image portfolio.

May 28, 2015

Time Is By Your Side - Awarded By Cornucopia3D

Time Is By Your Side - Awarded By Cornucopia3D | First award of 2015 came with one of my recent works which actually a remake of an old work. Here you can see my portfolio there - its already added on the Cream Of The Crop section which their special gallery for awarded works. I hope you enjoy & thanks for looking. Comments and likes are welcome. Please feel free to share my work! And visit here for my professional portfolio.

Time Is By Your Side

Remake of an old work. Previous one was based on a panorama photography I’ve took and this one is a rendering from scratch. I hope you enjoy & thanks for looking. Please feel free to comment, like and share my work! And visit here for more

My Miniature Models




I love kids, especially baby girls. These were my miniature models while me was wandering in the streets for some spontaneous portraits. These shots done with the participation of the models :) I'm grateful to them for their contribution.

May 19, 2015

Pixel Peeping On Photography

I’m recently hearing this from all kinds of photographer friends who making videos and writing reviews about photography gear that we shouldn’t pixel peep. That we shouldn’t care about the image sharpness and we should focus on composition and photography itself. I’m supporting that idea too - keeping the thoughts about the equipment away from the mind and thinking only about the photography itself. 

However we photographers are not the people who pixel peep all the time. It is the agencies we are working with… Either stock agencies or individual clients - people who requesting photos from photographers are care about sharpness and they are the ones who pixel peep. 

So just saying that sharpness of a camera body or a lens is not important doesn’t make it less important. I couldn’t do stock photography work with my lovely Fujifilm S200EXR. I was shooting wonderful images with it - its colors and dynamic range was awesome but because of the small sensor its compression of pixels was too much for a quality stock image. I was only able to start doing stock photography with a dSLR camera and a prime lens. 

Even though I’d like the idea of forgetting about the equipment, not worrying about the gear etc. I have to consider the optimal lens and body combination to create sharp and quality images in order to continue to produce useful stock images. 

Photography Exhibition 2015 Feature

Two of my photography work selected to Yalova Tourism Week Photography Exhibition 2015. I appreciate them for the feature.

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