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  • Tip to success

    by Anees32 | 8th of January, 2014

    TIPS :- Use dslr camera if possible even cheap one is good You can upload same image on many stock site but this will give you less price .Try to become exclusive People are attractive to people photos try to include peoples in your photos Reduce noise by some software... More
  • Mountain Lanscapes

    by Davidemontalenti | 6th of January, 2014

    Mountain landscapes... what other to say? Let's start with this new collection! The slopes of Mount Blanc Massif The steep granite peak of Mount Blanc Massif The high green greezing... More
  • Snow Photos-How to shoot so the snow is white!

    by Nansaidh | 14th of December, 2013

    I love shooting in the snow but found often my camera would want to make everything mid-toned creating images of gray snow, yuck! Here's is what I do to solve that. First, I frame my shot and focus. Then I zoom into a bright area of snow in the scene. Using my exposure... More
  • How to be a leader

    by Augustinasg | 25th of November, 2013

    Hello everyone, Today I was thinking about five elements of being leader and I thought that's useful for everyone digital creator, so I will share it with you. As I said there is five elements of being leader: 1. Motivation or being determined that means that you always... More
  • What is a T-Stop

    by Bradcalkins | 22nd of November, 2013

    If you been shooting images for any amount of time you are certainly familiar with f-stops and apertures. The f-stop is a ratio between the focal length of a lens and the size of the physical aperture opening in the lens. The longer the lens (telephoto) the larger the physical... More
  • The wild tell direction coup!

    by Hanbaoluan | 1st of November, 2013

    Photographer friends we all know, often in very remote field, it is easy to get lost, I here to share five recruit to distinguish between the north and the south direction of small knowledge, hope is helpful for you: Method one: you can find a tree pile observation, annual... More
  • Help for additional format...

    by FabioConcetta | 20th of October, 2013

    Hello everyone, this image that was recently accepted, was created completely in Photoshop, I tried to send the additional format in EPS, but not charged, you can tell me what is wrong? Thank you as always, greetings to all! See Article
  • How Do Beginners - Like me - Get Models?

    by Edosaodaro | 9th of October, 2013

    Hi Guys! I decided to write this as I imagine I am not the only one to ever have had this dilemma. A lot of people have great shooting ideas but just don't know how to approach the tricky subject - of models and, of course, associated releases - required to implement such... More
  • How you can become copyright free - learn the industries secrets

    by Nikitu | 3rd of September, 2013

    How many times did you get a rejection because you forgot to remove a license plate, an iPhone button or a tiny artwork on a wall behind you main subject? When shooting people, the protocol is simple (have a model release printed, make sure it's a good general MR or a Dreamstime... More
  • Drawing Techniques

    by Vennys | 2nd of September, 2013

    Can someone give me a hand please..? I have a lot of ideas, but I´m missing knowledge for better techniques (mainly not hand-drawing). Are there any books for microstock - work..? (how to create stickers, backgrounds, ...) I know some websites, for example http://vector.... More
  • Concert photography

    by Costa007 | 13th of August, 2013

    Taking photos at a concert seems like a hard thing to do, so that is why I've decided to try and help by giving you a small technical advice set. Either you have a phone, a compact camera or a high end dslr, one creative person can take really good photos at a concert.... More
  • Dealing with noise the smarter way

    by Robinstockphotos | 3rd of July, 2013

    You noticed a bear inside a cave just before evening. You recall seeing a duplicate of this shot in the last National Geographic magazine. You bring your thousand dollar camera up with a proud telephoto lens sticking out a couple feet and set ISO to 200 only to find shutter... More
  • Capturing Candid Portraits-4 tips

    by Chanevy | 2nd of July, 2013

    Here are a few tips to capturing candid portraits. I thought I would share and post this favorite picture of my granddaughter at the park. 1) Go somewhere fun and interesting. You can't control candid photography, but you can control your setting and maximize... More
  • Understanding Camera Flash

    by Robinstockphotos | 27th of June, 2013

    From one of my recent articles for someone... Frequently wondered points about flash photography (basics and advanced): 1. They say pop-up flash ruins photos. It is true? Yes and no. Pop-up flash eliminates all shadows as seen from the camera as it is located right... More
  • Waiting for an outcome ...(the importance of EPS)

    by Gheburaseye | 19th of June, 2013

    I'm waiting to know if my eps file will be approved or not by dreamstime. Unfortunately, I know it takes a long time, because those files are to be tested to see that they are editable. The importance of eps is fundamental, I think, in dreamstime. Seeing the general demands... More
  • 50 credits sales

    by Henrymm | 6th of June, 2013

    Just a hobbyist, without tons of uploaded images, several images still being rejected by DT, earning a little more than usual make me jump, jump and jump. I don't have good sales in 2013. One of the reasons I believe is I quit as an exclusive contributor end of last... More
  • Photojournalism

    by Chanevy | 3rd of June, 2013

    You may have heard that we have had bad flooding in parts of Iowa this Spring. I am very fortunate, I only had a few puddles in my basement. Some neighbors have reported having several feet of water in their homes. I am a bit of a photojournalist at heart-so I had... More
  • Debriefing my first event shoot

    by Chanevy | 25th of May, 2013

    As a long time Toastmaster, I was honored to be asked to be the official photographer at a district convention. Totally unpaid, of course, but it sounded like fun and would be a great learning experience. And boy, did I learn. The good-What I did right: I brought... More
  • How to get loooong shutter speeds.

    by Honkamaa | 24th of May, 2013

    Hello guys! This post is for beginner photographers out there who are interested in getting started to experiment with long shutter speeds for landscape or any other photography. The question answered in this post is "How do I get long shutter speeds?". This... More
  • How to increase image views?

    by Teeimagination | 13th of May, 2013

    Increasing image views seems to be the hardest part about stock photography. I mean among millions and millions of images how does a photographer get their pictures to be viewed? I come from a Marketing background. I studied advertisement in school. I have years of experience... More

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