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  • Adventures in baby photography part 2

    by Hannamariah | 23rd of June, 2011

    It's been exactly five months since I wrote a blog ( Adventures in baby photography part 1 ) about my newly found interest in the art of photographing newborn babies. My hopes were that maybe I had found my niche as a photographer. However at that time, almost half a year... More
  • What speed is normal for you?

    by Gelia | 14th of June, 2011

    What upload per month is normal for you? Making photo is not my job, just a hobby. After work in the evening I upload photos to Dreamstime, not all of these photos are accepted by checkers. 20 uploaded photos per month is my comfortable speed. I upload photos not only... More
  • chick worthy of a sale!

    by Heathse | 23rd of May, 2011

    I'm sure all of us have photos in our portfolios that we really like but no-one is buying. This is my first ever image accepted by DT and I think the cutest of my bird images. I rescued this blue tit chick from our garden pond on his maiden flight and struggled to... More
  • The Robin Chronicles...

    by Taylorgracephotography | 20th of May, 2011

    So I just blogged about being able to timeline the whole robin hatching thing. And here's my forehead slapping moment: I forgot my camera today. Today, of all days. I had planned on getting a macro shot of the babies with their mouths open. Easy shot, yeah it's been done... More
  • Kids play!!!

    by Cupeles | 15th of May, 2011

    Today I logged into my account with a surprise of a TIFF download for a picture of a hand painting that my nephew did. This is my best-seling picture yet. Many thanks to all the buyers and to all the contributors Many sells!!! Hope you enjoy!! More
  • Tips for Baby Photography, please?

    by Calyx22 | 7th of May, 2011

    I have my first series of portraits scheduled tomorrow with a baby client. Obviously, the baby didn't schedule it but you know what I mean! I've not shot babies before, simply because I didn't have any available to me. This is a portrait session and not really for... More
  • Don't quit your regular job just yet!

    by Babar760 | 6th of May, 2011

    Ever wonder how fast "penny" stock ( that's usually how much we get paid ) is growing? Type in any image you're looking for and see how many pages pop up. Many times over 300 and if you multiply that times the number of images on the page, that equals 9000 different images.... More
  • Hiking with baby

    by Mangroove | 4th of May, 2011

    Hello Dreamstimers, Today I want to present you our family hobby: hiking. We love to on trips, explore and discover the beauty of the mountains, the beauty of the nature. Since our little baby came along, we didn't gave up, we go even more often.Baby’s arrival... More
  • Fun with food.....

    by Phakimata | 4th of April, 2011

    .......I just couldn't resist - my daughter is 16 months old and is learning to eat by herself. Let me tell you, she's a bundle of joy and really loves life and is always in a good mood. As a result, when letting her eat by herself, it has consequences that are just to much... More
  • Living from microstock photography

    by Viperagp | 24th of March, 2011

    it's possible to earn a living from microstock photography, or a utopia and must be a very good hobby and just to pay the bills... See Article
  • Sad news stories from Japan and Libya .

    by Davidwatmough | 22nd of March, 2011

    I am really distressed by the sad events of Japan, the tsunami and the 'radioactive cloud' hanging over it. My thoughts are with all those families who have lost loved ones and lost their homes and businesses. As photographers on Dreamstime we have to think how to illustrate... More
  • Kids can paint good

    by Cupeles | 15th of March, 2011

    This is my nephew's first work of art with his hands. It is really a work of art since it is my first level 3 image online. So I will definitely vote for him to study any art related career he wants =) Hope you enjoy. See Article
  • Children and Photography

    by Jvecc1 | 9th of March, 2011

    I have a 11 year old nephew who is a good kid but at that age where we got to keep em in check. Smart on the computer and adept, somewhat addicted, at video games. Outdoors didnt play much into his life. Well this bothered me to some extent as the balance was not there. Too... More
  • Libya Uprising

    by Keki | 28th of February, 2011

    I pray for all the people suffering in Libya to gain peace and democracy. I hope that the situation will calm and resolve as quickly as possible. I'm proud that my country Malta has taken an active role and is safe guarding hundreds by helping to evacuate these people... More
  • Some points to remember photographing Kids

    by Tamas | 23rd of February, 2011

    Photographing children is a difficult matter but if you can produce a good set of photographs you will have priceless, cute, heartmelting and striking moments. 1.The closer you can get, you will not regret. 2.Get down with your belly on the floor 3.Speed is what... More
  • Children - flowers of life!

    by Ekaterinasemenova | 3rd of February, 2011

    Newborn baby photography must be the most emotional and touching experience I have ever had in my entire life. It is great that modern technology made it possible to capture the most memorable once-in-a-lifetime moments. When I first started taking pictures... More
  • Adventures in baby photography

    by Hannamariah | 23rd of January, 2011

    As photographers we've all been told we need to find our "niche". I've been trying very hard to find that "niche" for quite some time now. For a while I thought it was food, then I went through what I call my "puppy phase". (I wrote a couple of articles on that, here... More
  • Acceptance of who you are - a hobbyist perspective

    by Mellimage | 21st of January, 2011

    The other day I enjoyed reading Visceralimage's blog about accepting who you are photographicaly speaking. This entry is probably more of a continuation of his thoughts, than a reply. The first thing I have to accept is that I am not a professional photographer. At least... More
  • Invites baby to play and learn

    by Bloggerfakir | 18th of January, 2011

    Educating the baby is the duty of parents and supported by the environment, because education is something to be done and accepted by everyone. Education is a major part to nurture infant behavior to face her future, so it needs a lot of methods that must be applied. One... More
  • Our First Born

    by Retina2020 | 22nd of October, 2010

    I just wanted to announce to everyone here my happy news. My wife and I just this past week has giving birth to our first child. I read a lot of about the birthing process and let me tell you that every birth and every child is different and all the "rules" go out the door... More

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