July 21, 2017

Call To Dance

Taken during Altin Cinar festival took place in Cinarcik town of country Turkey. There were many folklore dance groups with beautiful outfits and brilliant dancing skills. It was a pleasure to be there with my humble Nikon D3100 and Nikkor 35mm F/1.8G which no other photographer dare to use in extreme lowlight conditions like this - yes it was night.

(c) Kerem Gogus

July 17, 2017

Snapseed Photography On Twitter

Since Instagram (better called instaspam) was definitely greatest waste of time as a photographer - I decided to give it a try to other social media platforms

I like to use. I'm a big fan of Google Plus and my profile is the best environment for me to post all kinds of my work. Also my Facebook Page goes fine - especially when I want to share with friends and family. And Twitter - especially when you use regularly performs much better than Instagram (for me at lest) with much less spam.

Recently I enjoy taking photos with a humble mobile device - nothing fancy at all - and edit them with Google's Snapseed and post them to my Google Plus, Facebook Page and Twitter.

And here is a cool embedded post from my Twitter.

July 13, 2017

Lycan - 3D Sculpting With Cinema 4D

Making my own werewolf was my long awaited goal (or dream) - damn you C4D making everything achievable for me! I'm a fan of Underworld movies and artwork of Miguel Ortega. After so many years practicing and waiting some skills to grow, I've finally sculpted my own Lycan. This is also my entry to an Artstation contest.

June 30, 2017

Stock Illustration - Vintage Sci Fi Floating Spheres

Floating Spheres Vintage Science Fiction
© Photographer: Keremgo | Agency: Dreamstime.com

Vintage type of science fiction concept scene with set of floating spheres, futuristic buildings and strange landscape environment.

June 11, 2017

Evening Lights

Main street of the small town I'm living after the rain. I took this with a 35mm F/1.8 lens - handheld (F/2.5 - ISO320 - 1/13). But later I realized I couldn't hold it steady enough and because of the shake image turned out blurry.


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