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Around the House
posted by ellenboughn - 27th of february, 2008
It’s nearly spring cleanup/fix up time. I’m limiting my spring action to probing the back of the refrigerator to dislodge jars of forgotten spaghetti sauce. But for those that will spend in excess of 150 million dollars on home... More...
Disappearing pictures - database cleaning
posted by julia161 - 22nd of august, 2012
Hi, I'm a bit longer than 4 years on Dreamstime, and began to receive comments about old pictures with zero sales. If you don't know yet, what it's about, I explain: to keep the database clear, DT offers to disable, re-keyword on paid... More...
The jump was made......
posted by fotosenmeer - 20th of october, 2011
Some of you fellow DT-ers will remember the predecessor of this picture. last few months my CS5 skills were sharpened and I decided to make the jump to replace the previous version for the 'cleaner' version without the traces... More...
Wishes for my portfolio
posted by silent47 - 27th of april, 2011
Things seem to be simple when you see someone else's portfolio and like what you see.You think: I can do this"but in fact is very hard to do. After hours of search for inspiration we realize that we are never satisfied with our work.... More...
Product Photography; Most important accessory?
posted by visceralimage - 12th of january, 2011
Maybe I am not qualified to be writing about product photography since I have only given it a whirl for two weeks but then again; maybe my lack of experience will also help other newbies I do not like to think of myself as lazy;... More...
About Earth Day
posted by noonie - 22nd of april, 2010
© Noonie (Help) A Clean Earth We guard the water quality of our lakes in the area where I live and take great care with cleaning the shorelines and waterways. The water is tested regularly and people are fined or taken to... More...
My hands!
posted by trottola - 5th of march, 2010
I finally decided to take some pictures shooted for dreamstime... and I begun to use my own hands... ...yes, not only to shoot with camera... but to show them in my pictures!!! Our pictures say a lot of the photographer, for example... More...
Fragile Earth: Helping Hands and update
posted by jalama1 - 25th of september, 2009
AN UPDATE: Link to collection Finding imagery for the collection Fragile Earth: Helping hands was tougher than I thought. The idea for this collection was to gather photos of people helping the earth in different ways: People... More...
Fragile Earth: Helping hands
posted by jalama1 - 10th of september, 2009
Fragile Earth: Helping hands A group of students were asked to complete this sentence: if I could heal the Earth I would... Here are their responses If I could heal the Earth... What do you think? I think they are on... More...
How to check your camera sensor for the presense of dust.
posted by pardeep08 - 6th of march, 2009
My technique to check my camera sensor for the presence of dust. Pre-requisites 1. A white paper sheet. Steps 1. Set the white sheet on a table. 2. Mark a black spot(with a marker) on the sheet. 3. Fix the camera on the... More...
Sensor Cleaning
posted by patballard - 28th of september, 2008
Most of the photography blogs that I read have a thread about sensor cleaning. It's the bane of digital cameras. While computers and digital imaging have opened up an amazing new world of vision for us, it's also given photographers... More...
Nationwide Clean-Up Campaign in Estonia
posted by maigi - 4th of may, 2008
On May 2nd, 2008 Internet newsfeeds asked: What do Estonian Tech Millionaires do for Fun? The answer was: They find and digitally map 10,000 tons of garbage. Then they get 40,000 of their closest friends to clean it all up in one single... More...
Keeping It Clean
posted by niagaragirl - 4th of april, 2008
I recently completed a photo shoot for a client that was on a tight schedule. They had purchased some discounted ad space with a fast approaching "deadline for materials" date and wanted a photo that was fresh. After the main subject... More...
It's Official
posted by noonie - 27th of march, 2008
Well, it's official--spring has come. My last two articles were about spring and now it's here. Hope those who are still waiting won't have to wait much longer. I had my windows cleaned and also have gotten some colorful shots.... More...
Dust!
posted by charlesoutcalt - 30th of january, 2008
This entry is for all the photographers out there who have had to deal with my biggest photo phobia: DUST. Sometimes, dust doesn't raise its ugly head. When I've got an intricate subject and vivid colors, it can find lots of... More...
Camera Care
posted by pardeep08 - 28th of january, 2008
Hi All, I am new to photography, so please advice me how to take care of my photography gear. Thnx in advance. Pardeep
Cleaning up my portfolio
posted by lukasztymszan - 4th of october, 2007
Today I decided to clean up my portfolio. I looked at all my old images and choose all those without any sale. I put them in the free section. I hope somebody will find them interesting to use somewhere. I think it's the good way to... More...
My favourite sensor dust technique
posted by doctor_bass - 31st of july, 2007
I only clean my DSLR sensor when I am at home. Sometimes, when I'm on a long trip and I change lenses very often and there can be some irritating sensor spots on my photos. At home, it takes some time to find all the sensor spots... More...
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