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  • The search engine revealed

    by Tangie | 1st of April, 2010

    Many questions have been asked and heated debates started on this subject in the last few years. It is that thing each and every contributor wonders about at least twice a day when checking account statistics and sales. It is one of Dreamstime's greatest mysteries and best... More
  • Dreamstime search box

    by Tangie | 24th of February, 2009

    Dreamstime brings you our latest addition: the DT search box, a more practical and direct tool to look for images on our site. Not only can you now take DT as companion in all your virtual online journeys, but our site is always at hand in no time. When you browse... More
  • The New China

    by Ellenboughn | 12th of March, 2008

    The world prepares to visit China in great numbers for the 2008 Olympics. Many visitors may be surprised at the extent of China’s expansion. According to Businessweek, “China will soon be home to the world's largest airport, the world's first fully sustainable city, and... More
  • Thoughts about the DT Keymaster option

    by Ribe | 25th of October, 2014

    These are my very personal thoughts and experiences about DT's option to have images re-keyworded for the fee of $ 0,60 per image. Is this worth it or not ? Well, let's agree on that even the "greatest image at all" will not sell if no one notice it. Once a image passed... More
  • A typical Chinese architectural style

    by Zhangle | 25th of October, 2014

    This is a typical Chinese architectural style. Chinese people like red lanterns lighting at night may also have auspicious meaning, so people like to put it hanging in the doorway. This photo due to the brightness of the sky and the house is not the same, I'm late to improve... More
  • Thoughts on scanners?

    by Rgburleson | 19th of October, 2014

    So I literally have thousands of slides. These were primarily taken from the early 80s to late 90s but I still generally have a roll loaded up into one of my heavyweight Nikons. While the vast majority of these slides represent my really early work, I do wish to keep them... More
  • Our trip to France

    by Shootalot | 16th of October, 2014

    My wife and I just returned from our second trip to Europe visiting France this time for 11 days. Our main focus was Paris with side trips to the Claude Monet home, Castles of the Loire Valley and the Versailles Palace. We did not have to move from our hotel but found that... More
  • Easy Way to Reverse-Search Your Images

    by Elianehaykal | 10th of October, 2014

    Probably we all know about how to reverse-search our images online to track their usage, right? Recently, I found an easier way to do it: In Google Chrome, right-click the image and type "s", and voilà! Ok, now here's the subliminal message in my blog - Georges, I hope... 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
  • INSPIRATIONAL ARCHITECTURE

    by Cathconvey | 23rd of May, 2014

    On May 21, 2014 4th Biennale of architecture opened in Moscow. This is a large exhibition covering different aspects of architecture: artistic, commercial, historical, design and many more! It’s a great opportunity to get a lot of knowledge about architectural tendencies... More
  • The Alien landscape of Socotra, Yemen

    by Nikitu | 20th of May, 2014

    Socotra is the largest island of an archipelago with the same name and it sums up about 95% of the landmass of the archipelago. It lies some 240 kilometers (150 mi) east of the Horn of Africa and 380 kilometers (240 mi) south of the Arabian Peninsula. The landscape of remote... More
  • Chinese ancient architectural charm

    by Zhangle | 10th of April, 2014

    This is China Tiantan Park, this picture is the landmark building, built in 1420. It is a 32.72 meter diameter circular building, gold treasure blue tile three saving spire, layers of income, total 38 meters high. The hall has 28 large columns nanmu, inner four root meaning... More
  • From the China visual impact----Dynamic and static combination

    by Zhangle | 8th of April, 2014

    This is an ancient village in Hunan province China, here still retains the ancient buildings and living habits, customs, so every year to attract large numbers of tourists. This bridge is the name of "Hongqiao" founded in 1368 - 1398 years, which has 600 years of history.... More
  • Keywording Tips from a DT Keymaster

    by Red | 28th of March, 2014

    These tips are presented from a buyer’s perspective and from my experience in keymastering many images. I worked at companies that purchased stock images and designers at those large companies needed to be able to find images fast and easy. They did not spend a lot of time... More
  • Saying Hello

    by Amdizdarevic | 16th of March, 2014

    It's been a while since I posted anything. Wanted to share some of the latest accepted images. I am looking forward to having 300 images accepted. More
  • Ancient city and architecture of Mandav (Dhar District) India

    by Shariqkhan | 12th of February, 2014

    Mandav/Mandu is situated in Dhar District of Indian state Madhya Pradesh. Its history dates back from 5th Century AD with reference of Budi (Old) Mandav, a village situated about 10 Kilometres away from present day Mandav. In 13th Century Khilji, the Afgans established... More
  • Building construction in the mountains

    by Fengshang520 | 15th of December, 2013

    Especially like the scenery, this reflection. A small town in the mountains in China. See Article
  • About the Genoese

    by Blum14 | 3rd of November, 2013

    The main attraction of the Crimea Sudak - Genoese fortress - a unique monument of medieval architecture of global importance. They say that even if in this resort town was nothing but the fortress, Sudak and then would attract thousands of tourists. On the scale of the fortification... More
  • The joy of finding out where your images have been used

    by Lifeontheside | 15th of October, 2013

    Hi everyone, I am so excited and just wanted to share with you all that I have just found out that one of my images, the one with myself and my pet Airedale Terrier dog Mordi on the beach,was used in the latest edition of the Dogs Victoria Magazine. The Dogs Vic Magazine... More
  • How This Buyer Searches

    by Reberman | 21st of September, 2013

    If there is one overall deficiency from photographers it is definitely keywords. I am primarily looking for images of different soups. The first thing I do is to define the basic soup from its appearance. As an example, let's assume I want a picture of a pumpkin soup that... More

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