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  • Happy 300!

    by And19sv | 15th of October, 2014

    It's time to celebrate again! I just made the 300 step. And I leave behind a new milestone only to speed up until next one! How is the journey? Great and fun. I am starting to look more at the sales graph and read everything that get's in front of my eyes:... More
  • New Girl On The Block

    by Jennyb99 | 15th of October, 2014

    I'm a Newbie on the block, only joined back in July and I'm really pleased to have had 84 images approved so far. Although no sales yet it still gives me pleasure to see each few days how 'viewings' sometimes shoot up...on some of my pictures...My range is pretty diverse... More
  • Go pro 3+ black edition and assignment roaring 25

    by Fallostupido | 15th of October, 2014

    Hello In August I bought my first go pro 3+ black edition. I was surprised by his Capacity, versatility 'and quality of video and photo  I spent the month of August doing selfie, diving in the sea, bicycle races and trying to make good videos and photos that slow loading... More
  • iFound - How I Found

    by Kathirr | 14th of October, 2014

    Hi Everyone, I was very happy when I saw an advertisement saying "You could earn up to $2000" a month from your holiday photos. Was very eager and started reading the complete article. At end of the article, they asked me $99 for opening my account and providing me tips!... More
  • Home Made Food Photography - new tips and tricks

    by Amitai | 14th of October, 2014

      The best thing about being married to a spouse that cooks, is the ability to snap candid food stocks without seriously investing in it (I elaborate more about it in the original post bellow).   In the years since I publish this post, my wife has become a serious cook... More
  • Historic French Chateau Hotel in...Idaho?

    by Martynelson | 14th of October, 2014

    Sometimes modern architecture is too square and boxy for my taste and that's when I take my camera and go on a walk in search of historic buildings. Most towns have a few historic masterpieces, at least a church or old government building.             Boise'... More
  • Image with over 1000 Views

    by Amdizdarevic | 14th of October, 2014

    I understand that views are only views and not sales, but at least I feel that these images are getting a lot of exposure. Here is my image with most views, this image is also ranked highest by downloads in my portfolio. Other 4 images are other images with highest... More
  • Weather and Sport

    by Yorgy67 | 14th of October, 2014

    While travelling recently around Bavaria, I was quite impressed by Allianz Arena stadium in Munich. Having seen its night pictures before and having made a tour over it in the afternoon, I made up my mind to return there in the evening, when it is lightened with different... More
  • Dlogs

    by Kaintze | 14th of October, 2014

    Dlogs - the dogs blog!  See Article
  • What Images Sell Best?

    by Edosaodaro | 13th of October, 2014

    I have often asked myself this question...   Is the answer; People; Exotic Locations; Rare Images; Concepts; Editorials; Landscapes; Strange Objects; etc?   Well, I can certainly confirm that my experience thus far (and now I have just hit sales!!!) suggests... More
  • Stormy Day Transforms World to Black and White

    by Martynelson | 13th of October, 2014

    Bright sunshine may make it easier to capture images in vivid colors. But sometimes interesting photos are shot on cloudy and stormy days.    Idaho's Redfish Lake and Sawtooth Mountains are cast into a Black and White world following a Rain Storm.   ... More
  • A Weed by any other Name is a Wildflower...

    by Martynelson | 13th of October, 2014

    Showy Milkweed is very attractive to butterflies, especially Monarchs. They see the beauty in a plant we simply think of as a weed. Seeing the wildflower in bloom makes it easier to appreciate its beauty.    Showy Milk Weed Blooming in California's Yosemite National... More
  • Idaho's State Capitol Building

    by Martynelson | 13th of October, 2014

    While traveling in other states, I love to visit and photograph capitol buildings because they are usually architectural masterpieces and historical landmarks of interest. But it's difficult to surpass the beauty of my own state capitol building in Boise, Idaho. Any time... More
  • Life on the nature.

    by Camerahistorylive | 12th of October, 2014

      My Life with nature most photographs are nearly the nature and true. The beautiful nature photography frequently. It makes me love both nature and photography. See Article
  • Grand Bazaar in Istanbul

    by Adrizoon | 12th of October, 2014

    Couple of years ago I visited the Big Bazaar in Istanbul. This Bazaar is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world, with 60 covered streets and about 5,000 shops. It's a real shopping experience! Well known for its jewellery, hand-painter ceramics, carpets,... More
  • Ripples in a Cave - Water Carving Stone

    by Martynelson | 12th of October, 2014

       Water drops create ripples and carve images in the rock of a Limestone Cave. While other people are staring at the amazing stalactites and stalagmites in an underground Limestone Cave, I'm taking photographs of ripples created by dripping water in a tiny pool. The... More
  • Oregon's Hood - Tallest Mountain and Volcano

    by Martynelson | 12th of October, 2014

      Mount Hood is Oregon's Tallest Mountain and Volcano Mount Hood, called Wy'east by the Multnomah tribe, is a stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc of northern Oregon. It is 11,249 feet (3,429 m) in height according to a 1991 measurement by the U.S. National Geodetic... More
  • Hells Canyon - Deepest Gorge in North America

    by Martynelson | 12th of October, 2014

    Sitting on the border between Idaho and Oregon is Hells Canyon of the Snake River which is the deepest gorge in North America. Not to be compared with the width of Arizona's Grand Canyon, it still holds the distinction of being the deepest.   Hells Canyon of the Snake... More
  • Oldest Jewish Synagogue in Western USA

    by Martynelson | 12th of October, 2014

    I love to photograph unique architecture, especially of historic buildings. Most communities possess some of these treasures. Here's one from my own area, the Jewish Synagogue in Boise, Idaho.   Ahavath Beth Israel has been a landmark in Boise, Idaho since 1896 and... More
  • Wide Angles- How to create panoramas for your portfolio -update

    by Amitai | 12th of October, 2014

    This post was first published in 2009. During the 5 years since I posted it, I have come to important conclusions, I wish to share with you. 1) of all, there is a market to Panoramic stock images. It's not the mass sales of mine, but occasionally, a buyer finds... More

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