Archive for the ‘Picture’ 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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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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Snow Photography Example (Photos)

December 5, 2010 Leave a comment

December is here and parts of the world are snowing. Coming, ready or not! is excited to share this with the Models and Photographers around the world especially to try and capture their own snow picture. published these dramatic photos, click the link below for 80 more pictures.

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Marilyn Monroe’s Rare Photos (Collection)

October 15, 2010 Leave a comment

Models and Photographers around the world especially from know the iconic Marilyn Monroe aka “Norma Jean”. Kudos to for the archive pictures they have.

In 1962, photographer Bert Stern shot a series of photos of Marilyn Monroe that have come to be known as “The Last Sitting.” While it is evident that Marilyn was starting to succumb to the pitfalls of aging, her charm, charisma and sex appeal still shine through.

Blogger Leo on has posted a large collection of rare unseen proofs and outtakes from Marilyn’s most famous photoshoot. Many of the images are Not Safe for Work, but they all offer photographic proof into the woman behind the legend.


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Photography: Engagement Type

October 13, 2010 Leave a comment

Photographers from would love this. Engagement photography is similar with pre-nuptial because the focus is on the couple. Let tell us the difference.

Regardless of which photographic style an engaged couple chooses to incorporate into their engagement shoot, it is important to make it a point to always be aware of those “in between moments” that are often overlooked. Camera always ready to shoot, wait for the moments just after a pose, during a quiet moment between the couple, after the guy whispers something funny in his fiance’s ear, or those subtle but intimate glances exchanged between the couple when they think no one is looking.

Those are the moments to be captured and those are the moments you should always be waiting for, regardless of which engagement style you are shooting that day. No matter which style suits your personality better, the gorgeous and personal candid photos will be secured.

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Garage item worth $200 million – Ansel Adams photos found

To all photographers and in particular with photographers of and everyone out there, check this amazing treasure that has been found. Not only photo addicts but to all historians and treasure hunters because this really is a piece of treasure.

“It truly is a missing link of Ansel Adams and history and his career,” said Beverly Hills appraiser and art dealer David W. Streets.

CNN writer Alan Duke reports that artist Rick Norsigian loved to search for antiques in Fresno, California. Little did he know that two small boxes he bought 10 years ago for $45 — negotiated down from $70 — are now estimated to be worth at least $200 million, according to a Beverly Hills art appraiser.

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