Since I was a kid, I loved to stare at the skies full of stars. I remember coming from the school on a crisp frosty Russian evening, I would locate a certain constellation of three stars and wonder what they are called (probably should look it up). If lucky to get out of the city on an August night, in a field, you can see … Continue reading Shoot for the Stars, You Might as well See a Comet… or Not.
This photo I took about a year ago, roaming around Dubai constructions zones one evening. It’s surprisingly clear for an August night, usually the sky is full of humidity and you can’t really see so clear. 10 seconds at F 8.0, ISO 400 taken with Canon EOS 6D and EF24-105 L IS USM lens. Continue reading The Rainbow of Reflections – Downtown Dubai
So I always wanted to hang out with photographers. It sounds fun, right? And so conveniently Fujifilm decided to do a photowalk in the “old” Dubai part so I thought – why not? But as I thought why not, my newly acquired husband thought “no way you are going alone”. And those of you who have the experience of hanging out with people who are … Continue reading Night Photowalk with Fujifilm in Dubai.
Happy Orthodox Easter! I decided to take a break from Facebook for at least a week, since I recently noticed that I have an unhealthy obsession for checking if anybody checked my photos or posts. And it all really doesn’t matter in the long run if I am myself happy with my photos. As “artists” we always face this dilemma of seeking for aknowledgement and … Continue reading What to Do if Your Friends Don’t Like Your Photos on Social Media?
Hello, friend! Travelling from Dubai to Iceland is no joke – you go from full on summer temperatures into winter, even though March is not so cold. When I stepped out of the airport in Keflavik, I felt like someone punched me in the face with cold fist, so I rushed to put on my furry shapka (hat in Russian) waiting for my turn to … Continue reading What do Auroras Make You Think of?