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  • Fall for fall: what sells best RIGHT now

    by Tangie | 16th of September, 2009

    For those into site statistics, we have come up with one download evaluation you might find both interesting and useful. You will find below the most downloaded images over the very recent days. The list is presented for you to assess and draw some conclusion from the contributor'... More
  • In with the Old

    by Ellenboughn | 14th of January, 2009

    As retirement funds belonging to a large population of aging Boomers shrink, the word “retirement” may drop out of usage. Simultaneously as this group kisses retirement goodbye, the group just below them in the population are faced with a world of constantly changing... More
  • Your Photo Counts!

    by Ellenboughn | 16th of September, 2008

    America and some other parts of the world are somewhat preoccupied with the U.S. presidential election. The candidates are often out and about in public and can be photographed in venues large and small. Images of the candidates are everywhere—and certainly some are coming... More
  • Spectator Sports

    by Ellenboughn | 1st of April, 2008

    As a photographer you need to be the most focused of all spectators at sporting events not only to make the best images but to keep from getting into the action yourself. To see what happens when a photographer forgets where he is, go to this video before reading on. There... More
  • 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
  • Special Needs

    by Ellenboughn | 27th of November, 2007

    The idea that we need to focus our lenses on people with disabilities and special needs came to me while reading Daryl’s Lang’s (PDNPulse) post last week. He mentioned a new book by the well-known portrait, celebrity and ad photographer, Richard Corman. Corman has photographed... More
  • Snap! Not! Vacation Photos

    by Ellenboughn | 2nd of July, 2007

    Trying to pack too many photos into too little time can result in photos of everything but few, if any, terrific shots. To document your vacation as well as taking some great shots for Dreamstime, you need to plan ahead. It's not just about getting the best airfare and hotel... More
  • Your Turn

    by Ellenboughn | 17th of April, 2007

    I've been churning out blogs at a furious pace. Now it's your turn. Here are a few of my favorite images from the Dreamstime collection. I'll tell you why I responded to them and then I hope you'll suggest subjects you would like to see in future blogs. Post suggestions... More
  • The world of walls

    by Leswrona | 18th of September, 2015

            When the Berlin Wall was torn down more than a quarter-century ago, there were still 16 border fences around the world. Today, there are 65 walls either completed or under construction according to Quebec University research.        I have... More
  • Tranportation; challenge to the futur.

    by Antonio1962 | 28th of August, 2015

    Transport goods and people is one of the most important challenge to the futur.Roads are everyday on saturation of traffic,polution more and more present on cities.The global commerce will increase in the next years, and the transport also.Trains and... More
  • $30,000 Milestone

    by Mrallen | 24th of July, 2015

    Hi everyone I've just passed a significant milestone : $30,000 in Total Earnings. My Statistics as of today (24th July 2015) are: Total Earnings: $30,004.04 Total Sales: 21,799 Uploads: 7252... More
  • Friends Again-Cuban Embassy Opens in Washington DC

    by Shootalot | 23rd of July, 2015

    After a long time since 1961 the Cuban Embassy in Washington DC has reopened. It was maintained in previous years but not allowed to fly the Cuban flag until July 20, 2015. I arrived at the Cuban embassy on 16th street in Washington DC in the afternoon and found many people... More
  • New to Dreamstime

    by Cajunphotohound | 23rd of June, 2015

    I am new to Dreamstime and was very happy when my first sale happened shortly after posting my first few pictures! I currently have 120 pictures online. My first sale was of a fire tower in Mississippi I snapped while traveling.     See Article

    by Mrallen | 30th of March, 2015

    I've just passed another major milestone : Twenty Thousand Sales ! I've been a member since late August 2009, although up until the end of 2010 I had only uploaded a few images, just to see if Dreamstime membership was worthwhile. It was, so I then started adding... More
  • Rhythmic gymnastics for children. Is it healthy or not?

    by Marianarb1 | 25th of January, 2015

      Rhythmic gymnastics for children. Some parents dream to see their children in good and graceful gait. Even some parents making decision to make their children become a gymnastic sportsmen for making their gait and foot be stronger in right leg position during they... More
  • 1000 online

    by Meryll | 9th of December, 2014

    Hello all, this moody picture of mine is my 1000th one in DT database:   Although my income here is decreasing somehow last months I am a proud member of this creative community for sure and I am glad I have set on this adventure some years ago. This special event is... More
  • How to Make Money From the News Selling Editorial Photos

    by Mitchblatt | 20th of September, 2014

    When I got started on Dreamstime, I was a traveler with a photography hobby. I hadn't had any professional photography experience before or sold any photos ever, but I was taking pictures everywhere I went, and I thought, why not try to make a little travel money? Where... More
  • Like Mindedness

    by Lelabaggett | 17th of September, 2014

    While growing up, I had always been surrounded with some form of art. Now that I'm half of a century old, I find myself looking back at the memory's of my childhood. In this memory I'm around four years of age in the late nineteen - sixties watching my father paint an oil... More
  • Moving from technically right to artistically interesting

    by Actina | 4th of September, 2014

    I started to learn photography in January 2013 with a 3 months intensive school, when I learned the basics, and after the school I kept learning from different tutorials and books, trying out what I learned. Finally, after I changed entry level cropped frame Nikon to full... More
  • 100 upload

    by Konake46 | 25th of July, 2014

    I am very glad that my pictures have been reviewed up to 100.Thank you Dreamstime so much and I will try to improve my pics for all buyer.This last Thanks for visit my portfolio. I hope you find some interesting photos. Thank you so much.null    More

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