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  • Virginia Storms

    by Kenneystudios | 1st of May, 2008

    It's been a crazy April here in Virginia, USA. The month started out bright and sunny, but about halfway through we finally got the rain we'd been praying for! ... and then some! .. and then some more! Some areas have even been hit by tornados. Suffolk and that area got... More
  • A little help when choosing new camera or lens.

    by Markogt | 28th of March, 2008

    Choosing a new camera or camera lens is usually not simple thing to to. I have found a very useful web site, that you can use to compare photos made with different cameras and different camera lens! So you can take the most out of your photos.... More
  • Logo

    by Papuga2006 | 20th of March, 2008

    Never thought abut uploading logos, maybe I was wrong. When I design logo for some company first I do research abut it, than design. I gave them about three options to choose if they are interesting in some of them then work only on one chosen logo. Create it in different... More
  • Backing Up While Away From Home?

    by Charlesoutcalt | 3rd of March, 2008

    Here's a question for anyone who cares to comment: How many backups do you keep while you're traveling? And how do you do it? I don't have nearly enough CF cards to hold all my images if I'm on the road for more than a couple days, so I transfer the files to my laptop,... More
  • We couldn't live without them!

    by Penelope82 | 27th of February, 2008

    Here are two things we couldn't live without: personal computer and credit card. Obviously there are other things indispensable for living but imagine your life without pc...the one with who you spend almost the entire day. And credit card, without it we couldn't even think... More
  • First hurdle!

    by Cleaper | 22nd of February, 2008

    Well I have just managed to get over 50 uploads accepted after a few weeks of being a new member. It was one of my first goals - now all I need is sales! The past few weeks have been really interesting and I have been trying to learn as much as I can about stock photography;... More
  • Space Management - III

    by Aryanimagery | 22nd of February, 2008

    I have discussed the space definition and camera position relative to space. In this one I have wrote my ideas regarding the lenses and how they affect the spce, wide angle and telephoto lens. When we use a wide-angle lens, we are expanding all visually space. For creating... More
  • Space Management - II

    by Aryanimagery | 21st of February, 2008

    Camera position plays a vital role in creating and arranging positive and negative spaces. The relationship between where the camera is positioned and where the elements in frame physically exist is one of the most important things we should pay attention too. Their are three... More
  • Space Management - I

    by Aryanimagery | 20th of February, 2008

    Using Space Management and Layering, we manipulate the two dimensional photographic space and introduce depth by changing the relationship of distance between elements and their size. Positive and negative space occupies all areas within any scene in the camera's viewfinder.... More
  • In the mood for new year

    by Fertographer | 8th of February, 2008

    Well, with reference to the topic, I was never interested. Why? As much as I am an adult now, just past 21, the real adults like to indulge in their talks, they ask me, my sister and every other child the same questions everywhere. "what are you doing currently?"... More
  • Image & Text

    by Memsir330 | 30th of January, 2008

    As a graphic designer, when I am searching for images to use in my work, I am not satisfied unless I can find a photo that is high resolution and appropriate for print. I usually look for photos with dynamic color, interesting composition and quirky details. Unfortunately,... More
  • Tips for beginners??

    by Cleaper | 28th of January, 2008

    It's now a few days since I joined Dreamstime and I am very much enjoying the learning curve of stock photography. So far I have had 16 images accepted out of 21, which I am pretty happy with as it is my first attempt, and I am just waiting for them to appear in my profile.... More
  • A composition about composition...

    by Photoboykane | 25th of January, 2008

    I've looked over some portfolios done by photographers who bemoan low rates of acceptance or sales... I see some GREAT images, with good technical skills and solid aesthetic appeal. However, there is something that MIGHT help boost those numbers. Allow some SPACE within... More
  • those darn computers

    by Digitalreflections | 15th of January, 2008

    Technology is wonderful until it doesn't work! My computer has crashed twice in the last three years. When I started down the road to becoming more knowledgeable about today's technology, I forgot to take into consideration the many ways that technology can also bite you... More
  • A fresh look

    by Digitalreflections | 21st of December, 2007

    Isn,t it amazing how we look at something every day and don;t really SEE it. We walk by the the same things time after time and suddenly an idea for a photo pops into our head. Some of the best shots are often the simplest things. Part of being a good photographer is seeing... More
  • Breaking The Rule of Third

    by Indianeye | 5th of December, 2007

    As I discussed in my first blog Creating Eye Catching Images! very soon I will try to share my thoughts on breaking the rules of composition. The rules of composition are just some guidelines about making good, attractive images by placing your subject at right places. Many... More
  • Creating Eye Catching Images !

    by Indianeye | 26th of November, 2007

    Every photographer wants to create eye catching images. What’s the secret behind capturing such images? Well truly speaking I am not expert in this field to say or guide on this issue. But I will definitely like to share something which I learned from my experience.... More
  • World Photography Awards - Cannes 2008 ($ 25,000)

    by Rraheb | 20th of November, 2007

    It's time to take out your cameras, think hard and start shooting... It does not matter whether you are a professional or an amateur (like myself) :).... There is room for everyone... The competition has an amateur as well as a professional section... All photographers... More
  • The ironic nature of photo competition today

    by Fertographer | 6th of November, 2007

    It suddenly struck my mind about this issue even though I did think about it before some time back. I am in this nikon club for nikon camera users in singapore hence nikonclub.com.sg I am using this as an example rather that directing it at the above mention. Have... More
  • Canon photo marathon

    by Fertographer | 26th of October, 2007

    Well i recently took part in Canon photo marathon Singapore competition. Its a challenge whereby we have to accept a theme and then get the photo within 3 hours including downloading to the organising committee's computer before the time limit. Only after which the second... More

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