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  • Why are People Still Drawn to the Black and White Image?

    by Gracelife | 12th of August, 2015

      There’s something about black and white images that makes them powerful, interesting and almost more expressive than color photos. One might have assumed, back when color photos were first developed, that black and white images would slowly turn into a relic from... More
  • It's About to Begin!

    by Yorgy67 | 12th of August, 2015

    I'd like to greet everyone, especially those, who like football! The best European leagues are about to start. We were really missing it for the last almost 3 months. We lacked the emotions and tension, anticipation and postive stress. The super stars from all over the world... More
  • Elephant Day

    by Elianehaykal | 12th of August, 2015

    Today is World Elephant Day, that majestic creature whose plight should be heard. Poaching, exploitation for circus entertainment, zoo confinement, elephant riding, etc. are wrecking havoc on the survival of this endangered species & its wellbeing. Photographers can... More
  • How many views?

    by Gavinp101 | 11th of August, 2015

    I've just had my first picture receive 1000 views. This to me was a nice milestone. I think the number of views are important as obviously the more your photos are being looked at the more chance they have of being sold. Although it appears this is not always the case.... More
  • Why you should choose a mirrorless for your microstock activity?

    by Andreamangoni | 11th of August, 2015

    As many people, I have been skeptical of the mirrorless camera, but now I had to think again on this issue. But because today those who work in microstock photography should buy a mirrorless?     Many photographers have told me that the best camera is the one... More
  • Over 2000 files

    by Zharate | 10th of August, 2015

    Two years ago I uploaded my first photo to DT. Since then, slowly but steadily I have been creating a portfolio of over 2000 images.   This project is still starting and gradually taking shape. Will try to increase the ratio of uploads and improve the quality of my images.... More
  • The 50 mm blessing!

    by Dahlskoge | 9th of August, 2015

    So, I bought my Nikon AF 50 mm F/1.8 for about six or seven months ago and I can't begin to tell you how impressed I am of its performance. It is absolutely incredible and wherever my camera goes, it goes! Reasons? 1) Sharpness - The sharpness of a zoom lens is nothing... More
  • Layered versions of illustrations .AI or .PSD files.

    by Davidhowse | 9th of August, 2015

    I'm a couple days away from 2000 downloads so first, I want to say Thank You to all the great photographers and artists on Dreamstime. As a Marketer this resourse saves me a lot of time and money. My lastest download went online last night on my client Q Haute cuisine'... More
  • My first sale! :)

    by Pofophoto | 9th of August, 2015

    On this tired sunday morning just being online to check my things I have seen my first sale :) I'm very happy now!   See Article
  • Blooming magnolia trees, from spring to summer

    by Lana4kask | 8th of August, 2015

    Hello friends! I want to talk a little about flowers and nature of my native land, I live in southern Russia in the seaside town Sochi. We have a lot of exotic flowers, trees and plants, and at any time of the year, even in winter, on the streets are beautiful flower beds.... More
  • Mount Hood & Trillium Lake

    by Rajansingh | 8th of August, 2015

    This article is about the highest mountain in Oregon and beautiful Trillium Lake. Mount Hood rests in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It is located about 50 miles east- southeast of Portland. Trillium Lake is situated 7.5 miles(12.1km) south-southwest of... More
  • Not only Florence! Peace and beauty in Southern Tuscany

    by Andreamangoni | 8th of August, 2015

    Florence is a fantastic jewel in the crown of Tuscany, but it is not its only gem. The southern part of this Italian region is rich in history and charm....... Near the town of Grosseto, the countryside of Tuscany winds through the hills and olive groves, offering to its... More
  • Craftsmanship

    by Sebastian423 | 7th of August, 2015

    Just wanted to take this opportunity to show you my dads project :) He was working on this ship for 1 year!!      I must admit i didn't believe its going to be something special when he started. I was wrong.. He used plans from internet and he made every little... More
  • Falling in Love with Youuuu.....

    by Msalena | 7th of August, 2015

    After 20 years I must confess: I do LOVE this City. I have been here 5 times. It happened once in every 4 years...just by chance. I have already started joking: As if to Olympic Games:) There has been said and written so much about this City, that I can hardly add something... More
  • SETTING GOALS AND ACHIEVING THEM

    by Debratos | 7th of August, 2015

    It's important, even in your older years, to set goals and to work to achieve them. It may seems frivolous, (not having any purpose or value) to say that you want to sell 100 photos in your first year at Dreamstime or that you want to have your photo chosen for an assignment... More
  • TREEs

    by Ninoak | 7th of August, 2015

      I really love beautiful trees. It was one of first objects of my photographic attention. Please let me know if there is any nice tree in your neighborhood. Here I will show only few trees (accepted by rigorous dreamstime commission) but I have some old photos waiting... More
  • My very first illustration

    by Frozenmountainphotography | 6th of August, 2015

    Today I am very excited because one of my very first illustrations has been accepted, and is now up for sale on dreamstime. I found that some illustrations are a difficult thing to get accepted on dreamstime due to the high velocity of certain subjects that are present in... More
  • A little history : 1st Photographic History Book The pencil of Nature

    by Bpardo | 6th of August, 2015

    Lista completa de laminas ilustradas The Pencil of Nature (in English The pencil of nature) It is the first photographic and illustrated history book, published in installments between 1844 and 1846 by William Fox Talbot.1 The book details the development of the calotype... More
  • Engagement Ring on the Flower

    by Avenikolas | 6th of August, 2015

    I took my engagement ring, put it on the marguerite and this is what I made. :) I started to like to take a pictures of my ring, maybe because it´s something new for me. I´ve been engaged for four months and we are planning to get married on November in Jakarta, Indonesia.... More
  • 100$ breakethrough

    by Ismogismo | 4th of August, 2015

      Yippee! yes this summer crossed my earnings balance the $100 level. One reason is my picture: digitization of money See Article

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