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  • What Time Is It?

    by Ellenboughn | 14th of November, 2007

    There has been noise recently in the photo news about an email exchange that writer and Wired Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Chris Anderson, had with a hapless photographer who had sent Anderson a promo piece using bulk email from a purchased list. Anderson blasted back, accusing... More
  • A little piece of Italy in Germany

    by Culturalstockphoto | 18th of August, 2014

    Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle) cathedral, a famous German cathedral. King Charlemagne is buried here. This room is called Pfalzkapelle in German. It is a rich decorated chapel, with a lot valuable marble imported from Italy. If you visit this amazing cathedral, do not... More
  • Photos at Psyche Bend, Victoria, Australia.

    by Valevvicki | 2nd of August, 2014

    I would like to share two photos taken at Psyche Bend near Mildura, at the top of Victoria, Australia. This is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. Each photograph has character but in different ways. The old tree with twisted and tangled roots exposed above... More
  • Welcome to our Page!

    by Strongmacher | 17th of July, 2014

    Welcome to StrongMacher Photography. Our purpose on Dreamstime is to capture, upload, and present the best photos we can. Our hobbies include walking around with a camera on our bodies all day and waiting hours for a perfect picture to cross our eyes. We put love... More
  • Magnus Carlsen Triple World Chess Champion

    by Ninoak | 28th of June, 2014

    Last month, in May 2014, my friend told me that in Dubai will be held chess tournament. The information was little bit imprecise: The tournament was the World Chess Rapid and Blitz Championship hosted by Dubai Chess & Cultural Club. It was the highest ranked Swiss systemchess... More
  • Don't Geotag Your Wildlife Photos

    by Elianehaykal | 6th of May, 2014

    Here's an Article on Petapixel I came across today. Poachers use geotagged photos to get to their preys, often endangered species! See Article
  • The Dialog of an Insightful Photography Teacher

    by Littlemacproductions | 26th of April, 2014

    Though there may be many things to say about the way this teacher delivers his message.. the fact remains.. he delivers a powerful message of artistic creation. BLOG called: The S_it my Photog prof says More
  • Feeling good!

    by Inyrdreams | 7th of April, 2014

    Yay I hit my 1500 images uploaded mark today, took 2 and a half years to do it! actually it took a little less then 2 since the first 6 months I didnt have a clue as to what I was doing and it took a great deal of reading blogs and forums and the wonderful help from people... More
  • Spring is coming

    by Henrymm | 3rd of April, 2014

    Snow melting, air is fresh and flowers bloom. Spring is coming.. It brings beautiful cherry and plum blossoms, symbol of spring. Here are some of my plum blossoms shots. See Article
  • Christmas Traditions

    by Opreaioan | 1st of April, 2014

    I know it is not the time, but frankly, I had no time to post them when it was the right moment. In the village I come from, people use to sacrifice pigs before Christmas and prepare a lot of traditional specialties with pork. Here are a few photos of how it starts, I mean... More
  • My photo downloaded in DREAMSTIME reached 100

    by Maocheng | 14th of February, 2014

    February 14 (the first lunar month 15) is the traditional Chinese Lantern Festival, also Valentine's Day of west. The day my photo downloaded in DREAMSTIME reached 100, I am very pleased. I thank DREAMSTIME this fair, just and open platform. I wish my friends a happy... 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
  • How to be Czech in 10 easy steps

    by Sasanka7 | 24th of January, 2014

    Is it true? What do you mean? revisited from © Ricky Yates :-D follow on http://rickyyates.com/how-to-be-czech-in-10-easy-steps/ A few months ago, a British friend who has lived in Germany for many years, alerted me to this online article entitled, ‘How to be German... More
  • Chair collection!

    by Inyrdreams | 16th of January, 2014

    Ok, I started a collection of chairs and benches, and so I need some of your favorite places to sit and regroup to add to it. Looking for outdoor seats in parks, gardens, porches, by the lake, the mountain, your favorite landscape or zen area. nothing indoors please! To... More
  • Creativity and ingenuity

    by Baspentrubas | 16th of November, 2013

    I found an interesting article about how to make macro pictures with cheap tools. This demonstrates that human ingenuity and creativity matter most. These days we are bombarded with all kinds of technology and we tend to strive for the most professional cameras thinking that... More
  • My last trip to India

    by Ewamewa2 | 14th of October, 2013

    This summer I spent 6 weeks in South India: Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu and Puducherry. Andhra Pradesh was quite demanding - it was my first time there, but very, very interesting and, somehow, untouched by tourism. Please, enjoy some of my photos: Tamilnadu: Puduchery:... More
  • Should I bag my lawn clippings? Is it worth all the extra hassle?? - S

    by Yourgreenpal | 15th of September, 2013

    I have been the care giver of the best lawns around, however, these are my opinions. I believe that bagging the lawn is a matter of preference. Bagging offers a more beautiful end result, however the draw backs are that its more labor intensive, takes more time, and... More
  • Is this you???

    by Daddiomanottawa | 17th of June, 2013

    Each workday morning I have a ritual. Arrive at work, turn on my computer and let it boot-up. Being the ever-so-efficient fellow that I am, I prepare a morning cup of java during this wait time. Once booted, I check my personal email, my work email, my facebook and of... More
  • My first 100$ payment from Dreamstime! :-)

    by Dimitrovavalentina | 10th of June, 2013

    Hello, dreamstime lovers :-) With only 76 files online, I have my first 100$ payout :-) It's a very very nice feeling! Thanks to all buyers and to Dreamstime team! This image helps me a lot to reach this first payment from Dreamstime! So stay motivated.... More
  • Finding A Niche

    by Teeimagination | 2nd of June, 2013

    Finding a niche is definitely important, preferably one that isn't over crowded already. At the same time, photographing what you love, is very important. So I find myself mixed between what I love and finding a "not so crowded" niche. I guess Im still looking for the... More

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