I'd like to introduce a guest invite for our blog, a dear friend and former highschool mate, but also a partner for Card-Photo. Her name is Oana Rotariu, a very talented writer and a special person, thoughtful and insightful, but also life loving and contagiously exuberant, despite all the hardships of life that she had to surpass.Add a comment
My photography means something to me. It evokes memories, feelings, sometimes very powerful. But I had no idea it can touch other people. Last evening I found this out, thanks to Michelle Certonio who saw my photo on G+. She told me my photo inspired her to write a song and you can find below the lyrics and the photo which I titled "Flower's Shadow". She transformed a simple photo into a visual poem! I can't thank you enough, Michelle!Add a comment
As every photographer, after I put up a bunch of photos on my website, I started to worry about web visibility and having visitors. I know I am not the best photographer in the world and I am doing this as a hobby so I do not expect to become famous or rich because of it. By contrary, I am spending money without a return of investment. But I do believe in my photography so I am doing every day a little bit of it...Add a comment
There are many reasons to send a Photo Card using Card-Photo.com, from the high quality of images that we expose to the flexibility of our services, and all these completely FREE.
If you are not convinced yet just read below.Add a comment
Proud to share my joy with whoever reads my blog: my photo (Am Wall Mühle from "Bremen by Night" collection) won a photo contest on G+ organised by Pixum!
Pixum (www.pixum.de) is one of the leaders in print-on-demand services worldwide and I was actually checking how to integrate their API in my website when I discovered they were launching their first contest on G+ and I was happy to participate.
The contest (with theme "Night") ended on 25th February 2014 and I'd like to thank once again my G+ followers who voted for my photo and support me every day in my photographic endeavour.Add a comment
In my culture, we don't celebrate Thanksgiving. But at the end of every year, I look back what I accomplished during the year and I acknowledge things I am grateful for. And 2013 was quite generous to me.Add a comment