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  • Post Pai

    by Booknaung | 4th of February, 2015

    Do you ever go to Pai This is a part of the sign itself. This is an interesting excursion of northern Thailand.   See Article
  • At Last! 10,000,000!

    by Steveacer | 2nd of February, 2015

    After coming close in recent years. On the 29th of December 2014 Alicante airport had its 10,000,000th passenger of the year. When in Spain instead of going to the beach everyday I spend a lot of time standing on a muddy hump near to the airport. It is worth it to see all... More
  • 1000 dollars

    by Perstock | 29th of January, 2015

      Yesterday I past the thousand dollar mark! Close to five hundred sold images (two left) after a bit more than two years. On conventional stock market before microstock existed this was my level for a month or so with less images on stock. For the newbees it might be... More
  • Blue Hour Photography: Tips and Tricks

    by Bavdekar | 26th of January, 2015

    The "blue hour" of the day is a beautiful time for shooting cityscapes. The sky has a deep blue shade and the lights in the city are just coming on. It brings out an amazing contrast of colours in an image. This is an image of the Alberta Legislature building that I shot... More
  • Spain's Atlantic Coast (Part 1 of 2)

    by Jorisvo | 26th of January, 2015

    Although less traveled than Barcelona, Madrid and the Costa's, the Atlantic Coast of Spain has much to offer. Starting from the French border, you enter the Spanish Basque Country at Hondarribia:          Bilbao, with its famous Guggenheim Museum, is the... More
  • Great! my second 2 images approved.

    by Jimmypontoh | 25th of January, 2015

  • To Isolate or Not to Isolate

    by Littleny | 23rd of January, 2015

    When I first began submitting here at Dreamstime, I had it in my head that isolating on white backgrounds was what sells. Seemed as though most of my image searches came back with isolated background results. So I began to learning the process of isolation by way of lighting... More
  • Trends

    by Littleny | 20th of January, 2015

    As a stock photographer, I am constantly asking myself if the photo im shooting has Commercial Value. With this in mind, I thought I'd share these links of Trends and Searches.    Google Trends Bing Top Searches Yahoo Top 10 2014 Searches Interesting to see... More
  • THE MAGIC OF THE ALPS

    by Gherzak | 16th of January, 2015

    In winter, the clear sky makes extraordinary the alpine landscapes.   See Article
  • Probably the world's strangest border!!

    by Gpahas | 12th of January, 2015

      Ever seen those famous pictures of a nice café lying just right to the Belgian-Dutch border, noted by a row of crosses? Well this place is no hoax and is located in the Dutch province of North Brabant but is a bit more complicated than simply the "Dutch-Belgian border"... More
  • Photo handmade bathroom products

    by Radoimihay | 10th of January, 2015

    First background I chose a light-colored bath towel, cream, then I chose the products was to photograph them. We chose a body brush and some handmade soaps with body oil. I set two bulbs 5000k power and we positioned so as to eliminate shadows. I set the white balance... More
  • The Cotton World

    by Shariqkhan | 9th of January, 2015

      Two weeks back I have got a chance to visit some areas of Nimar Region of Madhya Pradesh, India which have cotton producing fields.     At that time crop of cotton was ready to harvest and I have captured three stages flower, boll and jin of Cotton Crop.   More
  • The industrial teamwork

    by Jorgeprz | 8th of January, 2015

    Effective communication between members of a team , will be essential to address critical situations and find appropriate solutions to conflicts , experts say.   When people work together as a team, each benefiting from the knowledge , work and support of other members... More
  • NOMADS (SURVIVING MODERNIZATION)

    by Pranshth | 8th of January, 2015

    NOMADS of North India are known as the group of person traveling from one place to another in along with their livestock in search of food and pasture for their cattle. Herd travels on foot to Hilly regions in summer of rich and healthy pastures for their livestock and... More
  • Backgrounds and Texture.Take a look at highlights from the simple

    by Pakinai17 | 8th of January, 2015

    Backgrounds and Texture . Take a look at highlights from the simple and plain. These images capture the attention of smart phones and digital cameras and compact source of Shared simple around us.                   More
  • When It Really Works

    by Amitai | 7th of January, 2015

    Three weeks ago I had the most satisfying photographic moment in my life. What started as a photo op (driving my parents in law, far away from my house... :-) ) turned into an amazing moment when all the elements for a good photo aligned.    ... More
  • Hampi, absolute paradise for Explorers

    by Mangalika | 6th of January, 2015

    Our recent trip to Hampi was so awesome that still we dream about the time, spent there....in the midst of ancient ruins, temples, rocks and bank of serene lakes. We knew that we would go there someday...will get many photogenic spots to load our cards with bunch of photos.... More
  • Royal Enfield Classic – The Classic bikes on road

    by Autoportalindia | 6th of January, 2015

    Royal Enfield is one of the oldest names in the motorcycle industry all over the world. Their bikes are highly regarded for ruggedness and power oriented high performance. The thumping sound coming from a Royal Enfield definitely makes many heads turn around on the roads.... More
  • Earning from Garbage in India

    by Pranshth | 5th of January, 2015

    Its truly said one person's garbage is other person's treasure . In every aspect socially,economically and politically India is diversified.   On one hand people have bunglow to sleep on the other hand other's have public park to sleep.   luxury cars are cruising... More
  • SHIMLA, from historic British era capital to part of India

    by Pranshth | 4th of January, 2015

      Britishers invaded India , History can describe about same . Britishers were amazed with the beauty of shimla , they setup Shimla as summer capital of British India . Visit to Shimla uniquely reflects vintage era of british rule in India.   From Beautiful Ridge... More

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