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  • Happy Tuesday

    by Inyrdreams | 3rd of June, 2014

    It's a happy Tuesday today as I discovered I finally had two images accepted in the assignment contest! So far ive only ever had 3 total accepted ( none won- YET). So to see two chosen made me very happy. Both are brand new images created just last week, one by design... More
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    by Nikon4004 | 2nd of June, 2014

    This last weekend we shot a series of images at Squires Castle. This was to be a residence for a VP from Standard Oil, but not completed. Now part of the local park system, a favorite backdrop for engagement and wedding pictures. Open to the public daily, no fee.... More
  • I like this cat

    by Shaowen1994 | 2nd of June, 2014

    This is a stray cat, but in my opinion is a different cat and other cats, it has a temperament like people, it's very flattering, it's temper is different at different times, it is sometimes very cute, sometimes particularly fierce, sometimes lazy, sometimes jump. This... More
  • Do NOT use image stabilization!

    by Robinstockphotos | 29th of May, 2014

    No, do not panic if you have it turned on. Image stabilization is a term used for Canon equipment, which is technically stabilization of optical elements inside of a lens to reduce vibration caused by hand movements or vibrations of small magnitude. Getting back to... 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
  • Backpacking adventures in South East Asia

    by Leswrona | 18th of May, 2014

    This blog summaries my backpacking experiences through south east Asia. This part of the world has colorful exotic cultures and beautiful natural scenery creating endless opportunities for passionate photographers. Khmer's Angkor Wat and Cambodia; Angkor Wat is... More
  • Are you planning a trip in Tuscany?

    by Marcociannarel | 15th of May, 2014

    If you are planning a trip in Tuscany (a wonderful Italian region) you should consider that there are many beautiful places to visit. First of all the city of Florence with the cathedral and the Giotto’s tower and the famous Old bridge. Other important... More
  • 3d animations with blender3d compositing tools

    by Zenox2d | 9th of May, 2014

    I'm not using blender3d just for 3d modeling and rendering my objects.Sometimes I create 3d animations with particle effects, or create some turntable 3d animations of my 3d models. Blender3d is awesome software for modeling, but there are also awesome tools for video compositing.... More
  • Just starting, how am I doing??

    by Somadlyinlove | 7th of May, 2014

    I am just getting started and don't pretend to know anything about photography. I just enjoy it and hope to learn as I go and possibly make some money. I currently have 19 approved photographs and 22 pending. My current goal is 50 approved. I have been selling digital... More
  • Romance amongst the macaroons

    by Litadoolan | 6th of May, 2014

    A friends shop was failing. Stuck out of town and making luxury layers of cake her talents were not being seen. Then we had the idea to jazz up her shop window. Out came the coffee machine and in went exquisite sweeties. We are what we sell (she has all the... More
  • Do you want to contribute to new collections?

    by Marcociannarel | 2nd of May, 2014

    Hi! I have created 2 new collections: Italian sea and International food. Do you want to contribute them with your photos? The only thing that I ask of you is to suggest only what fits. How do you find out? By reading the descriptions of the collection in question.... More
  • Take your camera on business trips

    by Davidwatmough | 2nd of May, 2014

    I had a meeting in Edinburgh last week and two or three hours in the afternoon free before the bus left for Inverness. It was a lovely afternoon when the sun shone. I took an image of the new trams closeup while they were still undergoing test runs down Princes Street and... More
  • EQUIPMENT FOR BEGINNERS in stock photography

    by Newnow | 1st of May, 2014

    Hello again everyone, As I promised in my first blog that I would next write something about equipment for newbies in stock photography, here I am. I have to say that I was very surprised how many people actually read my first blog and I am very happy that most of them... More
  • Local photography - short tip -

    by 1000wordsimages | 21st of April, 2014

    >We all have the need to travel a brought to get the images that we need. We have the feeling that the exotic places to us are the images that are in demand. This can work against us. Looking at Dreamstime having clients all around the globe maybe many of us could be wrong... More
  • Antelope Canyon, Navajo land, Arizona

    by Nikitu | 15th of April, 2014

    We jump on a plane from China and head straight to the United States of America, more precise, in Arizona, in the heart of the Navajo land where we will visit the world famous Antelope Canyon. Gaze for too long at these rock formations, and you begin to drift off and forget... More
  • Got inspired, thank you!

    by Awizard | 11th of April, 2014

    I think that everybody needs inspiration from time to time. I live in Ukraine, last haft a year has been very tough here. I was exhausted emotionally, did not see any positive tendencies, did not find any source for inspiration to take pictures. But then I read Wisconsinartâ... More
  • Moses Mabhida Stadium and Nelson Mandela

    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 year. The Durban leg of the memorial... More
  • Reed Flute Caves - China

    by Nikitu | 8th of April, 2014

    This week we stay in China but move to the Guilin region to visit the Reed Flute Caves, Ludi Yan. The cave got its name from the verdant reeds growing outside it, with which people make flutes. Inside this water-eroded cave is a spectacular world of various stalactites,... More
  • China night landscape

    by Zhangle | 4th of April, 2014

    The village is called Fenghuang, which is located in Hunan province, China. It is an ancient village, because it retains the thing of the past, its architectural style and folk customs have not changed, it is one of the original village, if you come here to play, can understand... More
  • Durban South Africa

    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 not love Durban. The city itself has... More

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