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  • Misuse pictures with watermark

    by Digikhmer | 12th of October, 2012

    Recently and by curiosity, I searched some of my picture via Google Image. I found a community site which publish articles from its contributors. In this site, there is a freelancer who used my photo as illustration of her article. Of course I reported to DT but in the mean... More
  • Happy birthday!

    by Silent47 | 6th of October, 2012

    Today i made 30 years.For those who celebrate their birthday today I wish them a warm Happy birthday! See Article
  • Putting things into perspective

    by Georgecy | 26th of September, 2012

    If you have an SLR or dSLR camera then chances are, you are wondering which lens to buy, which working focal length to invest in. Well in case you haven’t figured it out yet, the answer is simple (in the sense of choosing your focal length), get what you need for the things... More
  • So you want to be a Macro photographer

    by BCritchley | 26th of September, 2012

    Ok, for ages I have toyed with the idea of trying out macro photography. Normally I end up leaving this thought on the back burner thinking it's a lot of trouble to photograph bugs. Any hows today I stumbled across this great video by Thomas Shahan's video on shooting... More
  • Keep an eye out for your images being used illegally

    by BCritchley | 24th of September, 2012

    I have today carried out a search of my images using Google's image search. Found lots being used with watermarks and subsequently used DT's "report misuse" tab in the management area, you should do the same if you find infringements. One blogger responded me... More
  • Analysing my last sold images….

    by Baldas1950 | 14th of September, 2012

    After 15 months I've started to upload pictures, in the last days I have reached the 300$ of gain with 150 images sold. So I started to look at the pictures I've sold in the past two months to try to understand what are the preferences of the buyers. I quote here some... More
  • Micro Four Thirds hitting its stride

    by Bradcalkins | 13th of September, 2012

    I wrote back in June about my new camera, the Olympus OM-D and my decision to switch to Micro Four Thirds for all of my photos. How is it working out, you might ask? Has the glow of a new purchase faded away into the noisy shadows of a small sensor? Hardly! I'm very... More
  • The Lightning Hunter

    by Chrisboswell | 31st of August, 2012

    There I was huddled beneath a metal awning next to a picnic table made of the same on a warm southwestern night. The hair on the back of my neck surely stuck straight out from the charge in the air. Yet, there was too much adrenaline flowing for me to care. So I taunted the... More
  • Controlling depth of field for lansdcapes

    by Neilmachin | 21st of August, 2012

    Modern cameras and lenses have given us many improvements over the models of old, but one thing that seems to have gone backwards is the easy control over depth of field. Way back when with my Nikon FM SLR and 24mm lens I could set the lens to f22 (nobody had impressed... More
  • Say no to doom and gloom !

    by Davidwatmough | 13th of August, 2012

    There has been a bit of doom and gloom on the blogs recently but just now I checked my sales and found my totals creeping up again and ironically one is entitled Faith holds the Key Another sale was of an image created in Venice [ Lido de Jesolo beach ] and is entitled... More
  • Recipe: Barley with Grilled Summer Squash

    by Peanutroaster | 25th of July, 2012

    If you're a gardener or have a friend at work who is one, then just about this time of year you are most likely up to your knees in summer squash. We've been trying all kinds of recipes lately to use up the bounty. This one was really tasty and healthy - give it a... More
  • My journey to 3000 sales reached today.

    by Retina2020 | 18th of July, 2012

    Wow. It just seems like yesterday when I started at Dreamstime and enter the world of microstock photography. I remember vividly saying to myself, it's worth a shot (pardon the pun) since I already enjoy taking photos anyway. What can a lose? Almost 5 years later, I finally... More
  • Stolen Photos Part II

    by Seawatch1 | 13th of July, 2012

    Well, I thought they were going to do the right thing. Today, Friday, I had to write this e-mail_ Charlotte, So far no changes. I noticed that your client has stripped the Copyright info and credits out of the photo on the site in the EXIF info attached to the photos.... More
  • Healthy Food I Love

    by Aurorasanders | 13th of July, 2012

    I am a writer for three years until now and I am passionate about topics including green living, sustainable agriculture, and healthy diet. I and my family are in an organic diet from vegetable to beef grass fed. I am interested in learning more about keeping myself healthy... More
  • Site Stealing Photos

    by Seawatch1 | 11th of July, 2012

    This site is stealing thousands of photos and not giving credit for them, https://monicadebraud.wordpress.com/ I've filed a complaint with Google as I found my image that way. See if your photos are there. Larry See Article
  • Thinking ahead...Halloween, Thanksgiving and even Christmas?

    by Peanutroaster | 9th of July, 2012

    It seems like the summer season has just begun - cookouts, swimming, hiking, theme parks, gardening, vacations and just relaxing. Summer is here perhaps in our reality but for designers most are already working on fall and winter themes. One tip off was a recent trip... More
  • I take photos to emphasize the subject of understanding

    by Hanbaoluan | 8th of July, 2012

    Many years of photography career leads me to the photography produced love, good shot every photo, want to pay the hard work sweat and wisdom, the following is my photos to emphasize the subject of how a little experience and understanding; intensity of illumination fully,... More
  • Western Thatching Ants (Formica obscuripes)

    by Toynutz | 5th of July, 2012

    On Dreamstime, there are 1456 images associated with ants. Grotesque and creepy as they may be perceived by some humans, ants are industrious and cooperative, each apparently knowing their role in maintaining the health of their community, something we humans could stand... More
  • 4th of July

    by Digitalreflections | 4th of July, 2012

    Happy 4th of July (Independance Day) to all my fellow US Dreamstimers. See Article
  • Beyond the Rule of Thirds; Vanishing Points

    by Chanevy | 30th of June, 2012

    The rule of thirds is an indispensable guideline for composing commercial images, but there are other options out there! Have you tried using vanishing points to create perspective in your photographs? This is a concept that is used frequently in drawings and illustrations,... More

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