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  • Five simple tips for taking pet pictures that will sell.

    by Hannamariah | 26th of July, 2009

    Anyone can point a camera at their pet and take a snapshot, but if you want an image that will get accepted here at Dreamstime and will sell well, you need to put in a little more effort. Here are a few simple rules to help get you started. 1. Get down to their eye level.... More
  • Indecision

    by Gheburaseye | 8th of July, 2009

    Hello everyone! How are you? I hope good! I ask forgiveness if I write rarely here, but I’m not sure how to use this blog! Unlike the official blog (, I don’t understand what arguments I can write here, bacuae everything I want to write here seems... More
  • Slowly Coming Back

    by Lifesazoo | 6th of July, 2009

    My last blog article was back in March talking about how I had major surgery on my foot and I would be taking a long time to recover and I would not be able to do photography during that time. My surgery on my foot was to fix a dislocated Tendon that was completely flat and... More
  • 5 Things You Never Knew About Lions

    by Gumpa | 26th of June, 2009

    A few days ago I wrote about a lioness who got close to our unprotected camp (Almost eaten by a lioness) Now I would like to share with 5 things I learned about lions during my journey in Africa: 5 things you never knew about lions, cause you were afraid to ask them.... More
  • Almost eaten by a lioness

    by Gumpa | 23rd of June, 2009

    I decided to start my new DT blog with story from my travels in Africa (Tanzania o be precise) I've been in Tanzania for 3 weeks with one of my best buddies - Liad (he claims to be the only one). Anyway, we started our trip with 6 days in the safari. On the second day... More
  • Sommer in the moscower zoo

    by Ks2008q | 19th of June, 2009

    There are more animals in the moscower zoo - bears, deers, lions and others, but only this horse fixed my eyes. I decide that I must take this photo, because there are much expression and energy on it. See Article
  • New Collection!

    by Wildmac | 9th of June, 2009

    Hi again! I've just created a new collection called "Nature images on blue". Have a great day! More
  • Cute Furry Animals Season!

    by Eclecticelegance | 13th of May, 2009

    I guess it is kind of the season for cute furry baby animals since it is springtime. After reading Karenkh's blog article about the baby chimpanzee that she photographed, I thought I would share two of my favorite animal photos that I took recently.... More
  • Am I creating a winner or a loser?

    by Cari21 | 9th of April, 2009

    I have been in the microstock business for less than a year, and every time I’m creating a new image, I still wonder if I’m having a winner, or if I’m just wasting my time with an image that will die in the flow. Over the past months I’ve had so many surprises (good... More
  • Africa’s Wildlife

    by Aughty | 8th of April, 2009

    When I think of wildlife … I think of Africa, Natures’ home to a large population of the animal kingdom. To visit these fine animals on their own turf was jaw dropping amazing. It was like watching poetry in motion. So many textures and colors in one place. Check... More
  • Animal Alphabet & My First Editor's Choice

    by Dreamzdesigner | 18th of March, 2009

    This was such a wonderful surprise!! One of my Animal Alphabet letter has chosen as Editor's Choice. It was my first Editor's Choice image & This made me very happy! :) Thank you, Editors! My first Editor's Choice image from my recent "Animal Alphabet" :D C is for CAT... More
  • 500 images on-line!

    by Savcoco | 10th of March, 2009

    Today I reached another important milestone for me on DT! 500 images on-line for me in 10 months represents an important thing... At this time I have over 150 sales and hope to more! Good luck to all! My favorites are the pictures of animals More
  • P-EL licensed rabbit ate my raspberries!

    by Littledesire | 3rd of March, 2009

    What a title, ah? One advise: never shoot first food and after that animals! Or eat the food between the shots! Last night I had my first EL sale here!!! P-EL!!! So, here it is … The bad rabbit. This creek rabbit that ate my beautiful raspberries on the “photo session... More
  • My Idea on Animal Shot

    by Toneimage | 26th of February, 2009

    Concerning the photos of animals, there would be a great deal of them when searching DT engine by its attribute. Among them there’re possible various portraits and expression for the same species of animal. However, how to make people identify or decide to choose yours,... More
  • My first editorial pic.

    by Picstudio | 10th of February, 2009

    Today I have my first editorial image online, hope you all like it. See Article
  • Sierra

    by Lifesazoo | 19th of January, 2009

    Sierra is a Golden Eagle that is a rescued animal and is now an Embassador for her species. As an Embassador her care takers will bring her to different Bay Area schools and share about her and her species. Sierra was hit by a car and lost her right wing and now lives at... More
  • Seamless Patterns

    by Sukro | 11th of December, 2008

    Had some more seamless patterns approved today - I really enjoy making them. I find the process of choosing colours, and deciding where the elements should go in order to make the pattern flow, is almost relaxing :-) How about you? Is there any particular type of illustration... More
  • Baby Gorilla Born at SF Zoo

    by Lifesazoo | 10th of December, 2008

    For the past several years I have been waiting for a new baby gorilla to be born at the SF Zoo and it has finally happened. A couple of years back the SF Zoo received a female gorilla named Monifa to be paired up with the male gorilla named Oscar Jonesy that is head of the... More
  • Zoo or Portrait Studio?

    by Lifesazoo | 25th of November, 2008

    Some times after I have been out at the zoo taking photos and I am at home reviewing the photos I took that day I am amazed at the outcome of some of them. Some times the pictures look like they had to have been taken in a portrait studio instead of a zoo. This portrait... More
  • Collections

    by Indy2320 | 24th of November, 2008

    I've always wondered what the collections tab in the management area was all about and after doing some research on the subject this past week-end i think i get the picture.With that said,i would like to take this opportunity to thank the Dreamstime community members who... More

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