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  • Haunting and haunted locations for photography

    by Tangie | 30th of October, 2013

    We're getting closer to that spooky night of the year when they say the dead walk the earth and all sort of supernatural, spine-chilling phenomena occur. Most of you will probably grab their cameras. Experienced photostockers will always try to shoot the best of the worst... More
  • Humor Sexy Cute Football Economy

    by Ellenboughn | 3rd of February, 2009

    Who won football’s Super Bowl? In my world there is more interest in what ads were more successful than news of the game itself. Which commercials resonated the most with the target audiences? Which ones garnered kudos from creatives at the top agencies? And which ones... More
  • Personal Best

    by Ellenboughn | 7th of October, 2008

    Individual, recreational sports offer distraction from day to day stress and provide unlimited shooting opportunities. Engaging images of healthy activities and individuals competing with themselves to improve their skills and prowess are effective for a wide range of users... More
  • Get Framed

    by Ellenboughn | 28th of May, 2008

    Images that are mass-produced as ‘wall art’ or posters for use in décor differ from fine art in that the images are not signed prints or original art. The business of wall art is complex and involves multiple publishers, distributors and online retailers as well as direct... More
  • Is Your Photography Art?

    by Ellenboughn | 21st of May, 2008

    There is a continuing dust up between those who claim that commercial photography isn’t art and that the photos in museums and galleries shouldn’t be sullied by appearing in promotions or ads. Not withstanding the fact that most photographers that fall into the ‘collectible... More
  • Changing

    by Ellenboughn | 5th of October, 2007

    A widely distributed video produced by a soap company shows that some long necked, wide-eyed beauties aren’t necessarily that way because of exalted strands of DNA. Go here to see how expert makeup and the judicious use of PhotoShop can transform a merely pretty woman into... More
  • Shooting Small

    by Ellenboughn | 15th of March, 2007

    The current Dreamstime assignment is to create images of the owners and customers of smaller businesses. Companies with less than 500 employees generate a sizeable percentage of world wide annual revenue. And they purchase more goods and services from large national... More
  • I think this is what heaven looks like...

    by Marconti805 | 16th of August, 2014

    This image was taken at sunset during a car rally in northern California.     See Article
  • photography with the canon "pancake" 40 mm

    by Physi28 | 3rd of August, 2014

    Due to health limitations during the past months I passed from traveling far abroad with my 300 mmm f2.8 canon lens and the canon 5D III, heavy (!) to stay near to my home and use exclusively a 40 mm "pancake" lens from Canon. This inexpensive little lens hardly protrudes... More
  • Worldcup Round of 16: Argentina - Switzerland

    by Cartoondealer | 1st of July, 2014

    Who's going to win this one?  There isn't much doubt If you would ask me! Main characters are Lionel Messi of Argentina vs Xherdan Shaqiri of Switzerland. Everybody on this planet heard about the first one while so very few noticed the other.... More
  • My first stock photo sales

    by Piconstock | 1st of July, 2014

    This are my first stock photo sales and i'm happy :) Valladolid Streets Mexican lasso demonstration Thank you! See Article
  • World Cup, the 9th miracle

    by Malinash | 24th of June, 2014

    Rooney left too soon. Casillas has been defeated. Suárez humiliated England. On this year’s World Cup, we’re almost having a heart attack. Every four years one of the most important sports events takes place. This year, World Cup is all about colors as it’s happening... More
  • Iceland, the land of waterfalls and old Norse Gods

    by Nikitu | 19th of June, 2014

    Iceland is that remote island we always imagine sitting in a precarious equilibrium between the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean, where volcanoes erupt with the vengeance of the old Gods of Valhalla. But Iceland is also a country of wonders, where the Aurora Borealis... More
  • Colors all around

    by Tasmallows | 18th of June, 2014

    This is one of my favourite photo which i clicked. The things which attract me most is the colors. A colorful wall hanging for a colorful life . :) See Article
  • Piercing Blue

    by Litadoolan | 4th of June, 2014

    Saddle up, up and away! James Sadler, a science technician at Oxford University took the first hot air balloon from Christ Church and the second from the Botanic Garden. James Sadler was the son of James Sadler senior, an Oxford pastry cook, and his wife Elizabeth.... More
  • Non fiction snaps

    by Litadoolan | 2nd of June, 2014

    As a child school trips always made me buy a kodak film with 26 exposures to load into an instamatic camera and then plan each portrait well. Sometimes the exposures had been completely been used up before we had got on the bus. The power of friendships we shared as... More
  • Bigar waterfall, Romania

    by Nikitu | 23rd of April, 2014

    Last week we visited the arid landscape of Arizona. It is time to move to greener pastures and we go to Romania, in Caras-Severin county, Nera Gorges - Beusnita National Park. We are exactly at the 45th parallel north and we are going to visit Bigar Waterfall, the miracle... More
  • Detian Grand Waterfalls

    by Showins | 22nd of March, 2014

    Detian Grand Waterfalls spans across China and Vietnam on the border of Daxing County, Guangxi, China. It is the largest waterfalls in Asia and the second-largest one in the world. More
  • Twin Falls (Washington) hiking guide

    by eric5 | 12th of February, 2014

    Twin Falls run year-round for one very good reason: the area around North Bend receives more than 90 inches of rain each year. Seattle--just 35 miles west--gets half that much. The South Fork Snoqualmie River takes that massive amount of rainfall and puts it to use entertaining... More
  • Collections Contribution Request Part XV

    by Elianehaykal | 31st of January, 2014

    Here's a new round of my traditional blogs requesting contributions to new collections I'm managing and the usual request to please read the descriptions first then send suggestions (it's time-consuming to go through photos that don't fit the theme) :) The previous 14... More

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