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Moses Mabhida Stadium and Nelson Mandela
posted by kierran1 - 10th of april, 2014
I am one of the official photographers for the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban, South Africa. These two images are some what special in a way, I was commissioned to shoot the memorial service of Nelson Mandela, who died earlier this... More...
Durban South Africa
posted by kierran1 - 4th of april, 2014
Durban, what can I say its my home city, it’s where I grew up and it will be home to thousands of South African’s over the next few weeks as it is one of the most visited holiday destinations. I love my city, i mean how can you... More...
The Great Migration, Kenya
posted by kierran1 - 4th of april, 2014
As my passion in photography is wildlife, the Masai Mara in Kenya was always a dream to go and shoot. That dream became reality and I finally got an opportunity to photography the great migration! It's actually quite hard to describe... More...
Excuse note
posted by kamell - 10th of march, 2014
Sorry for the absence of blog posts. I spent a little time in the Gambia. I did a lot of pictures and I had to prepare it to show in the Dreamstime. Photos of birds, people and views of the Gambia are already on Dreamstime.... More...
Travel Facts: What Is The Most Populous Black Nation?
posted by edosaodaro - 22nd of november, 2013
The simple fact is: the West African Federal Republic of Nigerian - which is situated in the Sub-Saharan geographical region - just above the equator. With over 500 spoken languages, the American CIA estimating it to have over 250... More...
DESTINATION NIGERIA
posted by tru9ja - 6th of november, 2013
Nigeria, known as "the Giant of Africa", is the most populous country in Africa and the seventh most populous country in the world. There are over 500 ethnic groups in Nigeria. Edo State is an inland state in western Nigeria.... More...
Travel: What Do We Know About Mysterious Nigeria?
posted by edosaodaro - 2nd of november, 2013
With over 500 spoken languages, the American CIA estimating it to have over 250 ethnic groups and a United Nations population estimate of about one third of Europe (about 180 million people) - making it the 7th largest country... More...
First Two Downloads - And On The Same Day!!!
posted by edosaodaro - 31st of august, 2013
After a long hard struggle, I came close to giving up stock photography (altogether) before I got my first acceptance - "Slovenian Autumn Greens" (photo top left "from Slovenia") - late last November. However, I soon realised that -... More...
Environmental Africa - The Good and The Bad
posted by edosaodaro - 28th of august, 2013
I recently visited Nigeria - a rarely trodden part of the world (with the fear of kidnapping and a desperate shortage of infrastructure amongst only a few of the obstacles laid to bare). Whilst in an extremely remote part of the... More...
Cold country hot sun
posted by kamell - 1st of august, 2013
In Morocco you will find everything: sunny, sandy beaches, wonderful, Evergreen oases, the Sun scorched desert and cold, crossed blue sky mountain tops. Morocco is like a dream. elusive, filled with magic and disturbing. For centuries... More...
Portraits while travelling
posted by bevanward - 8th of may, 2013
In recent travels I've been making an effort to take portraits of the people I meet. At first I set a goal of 50 different people per trip however, this seemed to cheapen the individual interactions as I'd have to bounce from person... More...
Editorial can Work
posted by danienel - 16th of april, 2013
I've always been a bit skeptical about shooting non-hard-press editorial imagery, since I underestimated the amount of editorial publications that need images of a more commentary and information type of style. Dreamstime, I'... More...
Africa's Gentle Giants
posted by lindsaybasson - 26th of february, 2013
I was never really a big fan of elephants. Their size and tusks terrified me! Whenever my family and I went camping at the Addo Elephant National Park in the Eastern Cape, I used to quickly drive past the elephant bulls just in case... More...
Madagascar
posted by midou3 - 1st of december, 2012
Madagascar is a paradise for photographer, it is a pity that most of jungle has been destroyed on behalf of agriculture. So the lemurs and other animals are restricted to few area of nature reserves People are friendly and in... More...
Trip to Tangier and Asilah
posted by monysasi - 26th of september, 2012
Hello, This summer I did a trip to Tanger (Morocco) from Tarifa (Spain). We took a boat to Tangier. It's amazing that being so close( 14 km between Tarifa and Tangier) they are completly different. I stayed at the hotel... More...
Perfect photography
posted by silent47 - 25th of july, 2012
When most of us we can achive this perfection? Amazing portfolio This i guess is my best natural photo and even if i like it is not even close to the photos within the link up What is your best natural image? More...
New images of Southern African wilidlife
posted by cooper5022 - 22nd of june, 2012
I have recently returned from an unbelievable trip into Southern Africa, bringing back many images of the wildlife encountered there. All my images have been approved and are now online. Please have a look if you have a moment.... More...
New collection: Cheetah
posted by cbomers - 17th of june, 2012
For buyers looking for images of the cheetah, please have a look at this new created collection Cheetah This collection is a tribute to the endangered cheetah, the fastest land animal. It includes various images... More...
My caricature of minimalism poster
posted by fengai - 20th of may, 2012
I'm creating a series of posters cartoons specifically for dreamstime. My friends saw this picture they liked. This is a poster on the theme of the heat in Africa. Maybe this series will be popular? I get 20 cents on the images... More...
Sabino Parente Photography
posted by sabinoparente - 11th of september, 2011
49 new images accepted from my last trip in the beautiful Africa. I have also some very nice portrait, but how can you submit it without release? I mean, how could i get signed releases from people in Africa? :-( More...
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