Miami based photographer Adam Opris, 31, did a commendable job when he did an underwater photo shoot for children.
This was a unique photo shoot as children posed with different props and objects that revealed a new side of their personality. The little ones had a whale of a time in the blue waters bubbling with joy and shooting playfully. It was a spectacular sight to see them enjoying thoroughly and making prominent a trait of their personality, be it their skill in gymnastics, desire to be a mermaid or ambition of becoming a warrior.
The picturesque galore of images shot by Opris was mesmerizing. In one of the shoots a boy was clad bravely in armor, showing off his mighty sword to the camera. Another colorful image was that of a little girl performing gymnastics. In another fun shot a girl fulfilled her desire and dressed up as a mermaid. A young boy in one of the shoots shows off his musical skills by blowing into the saxophone enthusiastically. In another shot a boy poses as a duck while another stylish kid reveals his pair of colorful shades.
The shoot that the children immensely enjoyed were the ones conducted in their own swimming pools. Each child enjoyed to the core. Mr.Opris stated that he wanted to capture their childhood memories and lively nature. He further said that he wanted his clients to have fun and cherish these wonderful moments. He had started taking underwater photographs of pregnant women two years ago and presently captures underwater photographs of children and wedding couples. This idea is new and innovative and allows one to derive and cherish the pleasures of life.
A Jackson photography establishment has began an initiative to ask the residents and visitors to act ethically and responsibly while placing themselves for photos of the world famous fauna of the valley. The Teton Photography Group’s new program’s impulse Shoot to Care, was not the incident that involves a cow moose at the Gros Ventre Campground previous month but, rather, wrong behavior tied to grizzly bear activeness previous fall on Togwotee Pass.
In 2013, wildlife viewers and photographers were systematically leaving cars half in highway and stressing the bears, told photographer Loren Nelson, who leads the steering committee for the pack. He told that Bridger Teton National Forest came to Teton Photography Group looking for a solution, they expected that it was something that they could deal with an educational program, so they would not have to add more regulations.
In July, as it happened, the United States Forest Service enforced a rule requiring that hundred yards of distance be kept between bears and the spectators in the Buffalo and Jackson ranger districts of Bridger-Teton. The brand new regulation brought the forest in step with their neighbor – the Grand Teton National Park.
Shoot to Care initiative is still in its early steps and would result in a new brochure which include details regarding top practices and also would train a cadre of pro wildlife photography ambassadors to patrol Jackson Hole’s wild lands and offer tips to fellow photographer.
These days, more and more people are taking photography as a leisure pursuit and not just that; they are even taking it as a career choice. No matter what the reasons are, photography is reaching its popularity quite rapidly. Many people who gets engage in this activity know quite little regarding what a camera could do.
Still, many people who gets engage in photography know very little regarding what a camera can do – like how different exposure can produce a great variety of snaps. Lots of people who think of them as wishful photographers just work with a normal point-and-shoot camera or a mobile phone camera.
But pros know, even though it might be very easy for just around anyone to take a snap, it takes a lot of experience and work to turn a simple snap into a work of a bankable product or art. It is in this vein which known Bahamian photographer Scharad Lightbourne arranged a photography workshop named Shoot, Share, Sell last week.
He said Tribune Arts and Entertainment that he thinks the workshop was an illuminating experience for participants. It was his 3rd time arranging the workshop that was arranged at New Providence Community Centre. In the workshop, the participants came to know how to fully utilize the digital single lens reflex camera settings instead of relying on automatic settings.