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  • Lishui China Photography Festival

    by Ellenboughn | 17th of August, 2009

    I have been invited to be a guest curator at this international festival. I would like to have comments from anyone who has attended in the past or who can tell me more about the city of Lishui. See Article
  • 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
  • Trip to Nam Sang Wai (China. Hong Kong)

    by Tungtung1107 | 25th of November, 2015

    Crisscrossed by the Kam Tin River and Shan Pui River, Nam Sang Wai‘s rustic scenery attracts bird-watchers, cyclists and picnickers, as well as photographers and even film crews. You can explore the area along a network of paths. This landscape of (mostly abandoned) farms... More
  • EXPO 2015 at Milan

    by Ninoak | 24th of November, 2015

        Immediately after entering EXPO space the Gigant figures made of food are waiting for visitors to be seen.  and Urugvay.   Chinese had very interesting snake like skin in red color,   while Italian was in pure white with interesting cuttings.     It was... More
  • Yellow Mountain - Huangshan

    by Apers | 21st of November, 2015

    As CS professor at a Dutch university I travel every now and then to China. Besides visiting universities I like to go to special places to take pictures. Last year I went to Yellow Mountain (Huangshan). With the fog between the pointed mountains it looks like a fairy... More
  • Hangzhou and West Lake Information

    by Angelaostafichuk | 17th of November, 2015

    A few years ago I went to China and ended up in Hangzhou. To be honest I wasn't supposed to go there. I wanted to go all the way up North but the only train tickets available were for standing room and the ride was 50 hours long from Beijing so I told myself next time! If... More
  • Graffiti In Hong Kong China

    by Tungtung1107 | 12th of November, 2015

    Do You Believe that. There have a Graffiti in Industrial Zone?     Yes. That's it. In Hong Kong. There have a street call How Ming Street. At 71 How Ming Street , Kwun Tong, Hong Kong. And You can Find it in Google Map Street View. you can see the view Location... More
  • Travel In China

    by Tungtung1107 | 18th of September, 2015

    HI all. I'am a new seller in Dreamstime. It's my honor to join dreamstime & Pass the photo to sell. I'am poor, so i just use my phone to take the photo for now when i got some money. i want to buy new camera & take more better photo to us to enjoy. Last Week. I had a... More
  • Hoi An Ancient Town

    by Chuotnhatdesigner | 28th of June, 2015

    Hoi An Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage... More
  • My First Submissions to Dreamstime

    by Yourlettertome | 3rd of April, 2015

    I think it was a web search that led me to Dreamstime originally, and that was when I first discovered this thing called microstock. I thought, OK, why not sort through all these photos that fill up my hard drive and see what I can add. At first that seemed like a simple... More
  • Milestone 500 images online

    by Jeffrey9 | 15th of March, 2015

    Today I am so happy that I achieved Milestone - 500 images online. Some examples of my portfolio, hope you’d like it. Lugu Lake lies 200 kilometers from the center of Lijiang City       Snow mountain in Yading, Daocheng, Sichuan       The Pass... More
  • The simplicity of the design

    by Zhangle | 12th of November, 2014

    This is China shooting scenes in Yunnan. In today's prosperous city, this simple design style is to make people like, in the river and placed on a set of simple furniture, in people's vacation time to let people feel like the warmth of home. It caters to the modern mind.... More
  • China's Great Wall incomplete

    by Zhangle | 1st of November, 2014

    China has many landscapes, the most famous is the Great Wall. There are many Great Wall in China, I shot one of them. Here is a crippled due to the Great Wall, due to disrepair, this is not the attraction, visitors very little. But this is the true nature of the Great Wall,... More
  • Toys for Dummies

    by Zhangle | 25th of October, 2014

    This is a creative whim. I used a dummy to mimic a fairy tale world. At sunset, there are a bunch of sunshine just launched into the lawn, I used a low angle shot this photo, so the characters can seem larger, the sun just illuminated figure's hands, there is a fantastic... 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
  • Chinese chess

    by Hanbaoluan | 8th of September, 2014

    Chinese chess has a long history.During the warring states period, there has been a formal about chess records, such as: in "chu ci" spiritism ", "gas cap chess, there are six books; cao, forced Qiu phase; ChengXiao and seeks to call five white."."Jin" load: harmony doors... More
  • Travels around Asia Increasing the diversity of a portfolio

    by Tempestz | 25th of June, 2014

    While in the past I have written blogs that help provide some thought provoking subjects to help the photographer look at things differently or to offer an engaging topic, this time, however, my article will look at the beauty and uniqueness of Asia. For those in the western... More
  • How could I sell more pictures?

    by Zhaoqianjun | 12th of June, 2014

    I have 154 pictures on Dreamstime at the moment and I have only sold 6 pictures out. I wish I knew the secret of picture selling. I love taking pictures of Chinese historical buildings. My ancestors lived there, worked there and were buried there. Whenever I visit those... More
  • YuanYang rice terraces, Yunnan, China

    by Nikitu | 27th of May, 2014

    March is when villagers water the terraces in preparation for spring ploughing. The water in the fields reflects the sunshine and creates a kaleidoscope of colors. And, if you can brave getting up for the sunrise, or if you see a sunset, then the vistas are spectacular.... 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

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