Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

Awkward Family Pictures :) has compiled a slideshow of some of the most embarrassing photos from recent family vacations. According to the site, “it all starts with the best of intentions. Mom and Dad, feeling that the family needs to spend more time together, decide that we should take a vacation… but between the itineraries, the sunburns, and the sing-alongs, the only thing relaxing about a family vacation is when they finally make it home.”

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OMP Get Wet Event — FREE Prizes and Upgrades! members can beat the heat and get free memberships or upgrades during the hot summer months by attending our rooftop pool party on Saturday, July 23.

Starting at 3pm and running till midnight, the activities will include a free photo shoot for aspiring models with professional photographer Robert Giordano (OMP Member #246183), as well as giveaways from Ujena Swimwear.

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July Image Competition–models and members invited announces its July Competition, with the theme of “Freedom & Independence.”

We at OMP hope all of our models and members had a wonderful Independence Day, and in keeping with the 4th of July tradition, we are announcing a patriotic new competition.

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Start-Up Camera—Shoot First, Focus Later

With an innovative camera due out later this year from a company called Lytro, OneModelPlace.comphotographers will have one less excuse for having missed that perfect shot. According to Steve Lohr from, the company’s technology allows a picture’s focus to be adjusted after it is taken. While viewing a picture taken with a Lytro camera on a computer screen, you can, for example, click to bring people in the foreground into sharp relief, or switch the focus to the mountains behind them.

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Tips on Shooting Stock Photography

It used to be that you had to have a portfolio with tens of thousands of images, usually in slide form, all catalogued, with model releases in a collection that you would use to be selected to shoot for one of the big stock agencies.  You would be accepted as a stock photographer with the requirement to shoot hundreds of images a month to submit to the agency to help keep their collection complete.

Today, the internet has changed the world of stock photography.  There are hundreds of web based micro-stock companies that have sprung up that have allowed even amateur photographers to be accepted as stock photographers if there work is good enough.  You can even get started with only a handful of images.

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Hot MODELS of OMP in the month of December

December 21, 2010 Leave a comment

December is here and new hot Models from OneModelPlace are here. Coming, ready or not! would like to greet every readers, bloggers, models, photographers and everyone who appreciate this site. May you find joy together with your family and friends during the holiday season.

RedJesslin describe herself as easy to get along with, the Florida redhead recently did a shoot with Miserable George for “National Geographic Biker Chicks Leather and Lace.”

She discovered through Reid Windle of Sunshine and Satin Photography. “I love working with Reid, he is amazing. Reid introduced me to OMP. The site is great. It has allowed me to see a photographer’s work and trust that it will be a professional shoot. OMP will definitely help my career by allowing me to me new contacts and find jobs.”

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Boneca has only been modeling for a few years, but she is already popular with photographers and other members.

Her favorite assignments focus on creative and fashion styles. “I try to get into the theme of each shoot.” However, she acknowledges that breaking into the business is not always easy for newcomers. “It can be a rewarding industry, and also competitive at the same time.”

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HDR Crafted Right

December 17, 2010 1 comment

Photographs are part of us and they are memories but to Professional photographers from and all over the world — photography is an art. As posted by James Brandon from, one thing that gets on my nerves is when I see a post on some blog titled “50 Examples of Incredible HDR Photography.” It’s not the title that bugs me, but the content. So many of these list posts are full of poor examples of HDR photography. Maybe not to the untrained eye, but certainly to an avid HDR enthusiast. Some of the images are great, don’t get me wrong, but others are full of over saturation, blatant halo’s, blown channels, and just bad imagery. It seems that the extent of these authors involvement in the world of HDR is the time it took to scour the web to create a post for it.

I thought I would do something a little different. I spend pretty much every day of my life in the HDR community. Whether I’m updating my daily blog, chatting with other HDR photographers on Twitter and email, viewing the work of these great photographers on their blogs, or even writing articles on HDR for this site. I am pretty picky about the images I will share with others. If it doesn’t blow me away, I don’t spend much time looking at it.

What’s different about this list of HDR images is that an HDR photographer (your truly) is putting the list together. I’m not saying that my opinion is superior to the next guy, but I think that when it comes to spotting a great HDR image I’m up for the challenge.

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