photography

As exciting as living in Europe can be, the honeymoon phase tends to fade away for most spouses once they’ve realized how difficult it can be to progress in their career field.
The days are getting longer, the trees will soon burst with buds and birds will sing among them. Spring’s literal and figurative awakening from winter is a great time to reflect, renew and maybe even re-do. Why not be inspired as nature comes to life around you?
For Stuttgart residents who enjoy museums but like to party too, there’s a fun event this Saturday which involves after-hours admittance to 80+ museums in and around Stuttgart, hands-on activities, bands, special exhibitions, private tours, and more!
Aside from the iconic sites in Europe, an area many jet off to when they have been bitten by the travel bug is the Balkans. With a landscape and a culture that differs from western Europe, it’s easy to see why. Below are 6 reasons why everyone should put the Balkans on their travel list.
One of the things about photography that I love is the amount of artistic freedom you are allowed. With food photography tips/tricks, you don’t have to take a photograph any particular way. You don’t have to work with a particular exposure.
Deployments are never easy, no matter if it is your first, or if you and your spouse have weathered a few assignments together.
Being stationed overseas does not mean that there is a lack of exciting, educational and entertaining summer activities for school-age kids.
Anyone who has dabbled with handicraft can understand that the art of making things by hand, especially something beautiful and functional, is therapeutic, calming, and can evoke a powerful, even spiritual satisfaction.
When you first get a camera it will not be long before you want to take photographs of family or friends. Maybe family and friends are already asking you. Portrait photography is one of the most popular types of photography. Here are some outdoor portrait tips and techniques.