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  • Camp Whatucallit

    by Ellenboughn | 22nd of July, 2008

    As the end of summer approaches, it’s time to capture as many summer themed images as possible. When the demand for this genre grows in early 2009, you’ll find yourself looking for a campsite or outdoor pool that isn’t covered in snow. Over six million kids attend... More
  • The New Commuters

    by Ellenboughn | 15th of July, 2008

    Commuter patterns have changed dramatically over the past few months as individuals cut back on driving both to save gas money and to protect the environment just as other countries such as India and China begin a love affair with the automobile. Both of these events have... More
  • HOT! HOT! HOT!

    by Ellenboughn | 1st of July, 2008

    Temperatures are soaring in the western US. Californians are dealing with heat over 103 degrees in the south. Last weekend’s temperatures soared to over 90 in normally cool Seattle. Except for the southern hemisphere it’s Hot! Hot! in many places. Articles and posts... More
  • Alice in summer

    by Tangie | 25th of July, 2007

    The wings, the swing, the rabbits and the images, all seemed wonderful and magical to little Alice. She would spend days floating, swinging, watching photos and laughing. She made a resolution: never to leave ********nd. Besides, there were too many secret corridors in **... More
  • Garden and wild flowers from spring to summer

    by Lana4kask | 16th of May, 2016

    Our southern sunny resort Sochi is often called the city of flowers. Flowers of different varieties are planted in flowerbeds all year round.   Winter hardy flowers viola are replaced by spring bright tulips.   And the most beautiful flowers in any city, of course,... More
  • Lakeside in the Okanagan, British Columbia

    by Debbiepalmer176 | 19th of April, 2016

      There is something about going to the cottage or cabin. For me, it brings back memories of summer vacations when I was young, and trips with my own children.   British Columbia is known for mountains and lakes and the Okanagan also has has a dry, almost desert-... More
  • 400 online...few steps closer to next milestone!

    by Mangalika | 12th of April, 2016

    Happy to see the 400th image online in my portfolio and gearing up to touch next milestone of 500 as soon as possible! Many thanks to the entire Dreamstime community and fellow photographers for being so happening here! Your images and interesting stories inspire a lot of... More
  • My new love

    by Dahlskoge | 7th of April, 2016

    Hello Dreamstimers! It's me again, long time no see. This time, I would like to share with you my new equipment. A 18-50 mm f/2.8 Sigma lens that is just outstanding in every possible way considering the low cost. I even purchased mine used for about 220$! The... More
  • What I think about the difference of Sigma Sigma 50mm and 105mm

    by Thammarsten | 9th of March, 2016

    What I think about the difference of Sigma Sigma 50mm and 105mm macro lenses is that with Sigma EX 105 / 2,8 DG OS HSM Macro avoids the insects fly away when you do not have to go so close to the object. After that you get a little more Dof dots out of focus when shooting... More
  • Sigma EX 105/2,8 DG OS HSM Macro 1:1 for Nikon

    by Thammarsten | 9th of March, 2016

    So happy with my Sigma EX 105 / 2,8 DG OS HSM Macro has-made a number of photo shoots in different environments and this is freehand, and I'm amazed at how well I have been with this amazing lens is an affordable lens . Well worth taking a look at, to be an interesting... More
  • Getting ready for spring

    by Info70962 | 5th of March, 2016

    As the buds on the trees come out here in BC which is unreal having just recently moved from Quebec where the snow is still falling the animals come out and become more active. I set out to capture the amazing hummingbirds.         I have gone from shooting... More
  • Scientific celebrities don't sell

    by Physi28 | 3rd of March, 2016

    Cuba has an enormous amount of very interesting bird species to offer, among them quite a number of endemics. Maybe the highest celebrity among them is the Zapata Wren. For various reasons: it is rare, even nowadays, difficult to see (I can tell you!!) and it is not only... More
  • Shimba Hills

    by Physi28 | 18th of February, 2016

    If you travel to Kenya you will be eager to see and photograph the "Big Five" as they call them, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Leopard and Lion. Maasai Mara, The West and East Tsawo NP, Samburu and Amboseli are all very well known nature areas which offer refuge to the above... More
  • Rasmus, the seagull

    by Hegelill | 16th of February, 2016

      These little guy was easy to take picture of. He came while we was eating dinner outside. See Article
  • Something about hummingbirds

    by Info70962 | 15th of February, 2016

      I saw a blog post recently about hummingbirds and wanted to share a little insight onto the work that goes on behind capturing these kinds of images. Its now nighttime, the only part of the day I can seem to get away from the camera, edit photographs and go over my... More
  • The super-sellers

    by Physi28 | 10th of February, 2016

    If you ask me I can only say that among all bird species, Hummingbirds are the best sellers by far. It may be because to begin with, they are most of them beautiful elegant creatures with an amazing style of flight (but this can't be seen on a pic, isn't it?) and among the... More
  • The tiniest and endemic too!

    by Physi28 | 3rd of February, 2016

    In 2014 I had the opportunity to visit again the Island of Cuba which is a very attractive destination for wildlife photographers. Besides of the beautiful beaches, excellent rum and friendly cubans the island boasts with quite a number of endemic birds. Among all of the... More
  • Photography time

    by Lightpro | 2nd of February, 2016

    I have been amazed by the fact that there are photographers with over 100,000 images on line. As a retired professional photographer who had a camera in his hand a minimum of 10 hours a day, I have avoided carrying it with me. This has led to a small amount of time in the... More
  • Cabin, Vesteraalen

    by Hegelill | 1st of February, 2016

      Since 2010 I have been in my Cabin 2 weeks in the summer. Every year I drive 1500 km one way, and every year I find something New to take Picture on. Love to take Picture. Hope you like it. sorry about my bad English, I hope that you got a smile :)   More
  • Spring

    by Harakternik | 27th of January, 2016

    replete with spring flower. awakening New life. the new year As a new child the flower of the cherries invitingly calls Spring, calling Red Summer   See Article

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