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  • Keywords that Work (Part III)

    by Ellenboughn | 4th of April, 2007

    Keywording is both a science and an art. No matter what you call it, it can be the best cure for insomnia available outside of a bottle of sleeping pills. But without relevant keywords, images will be lost in remote territories and never be found.... More
  • Dance On The Road

    by Tungtung1107 | 23rd of October, 2015

    A Man dancing on the road.   He Looks Enjoy & he is good at Interactive In Hong Kong. There have a Street Called - Sai Yeung Choi Street South Every Saturday , Sunday & Holiday Night. There have a lot of Busker Show at there. It's Lively Some is Singing.... More
  • Elephant Day

    by Elianehaykal | 12th of August, 2015

    Today is World Elephant Day, that majestic creature whose plight should be heard. Poaching, exploitation for circus entertainment, zoo confinement, elephant riding, etc. are wrecking havoc on the survival of this endangered species & its wellbeing. Photographers can... More
  • Buzzzzzzzz

    by Heathse | 17th of June, 2015

    Everyone must bee aware by now that there is a worldwide bee crisis, especially of the honeybee which accomplishes about 75% of the worlds plant pollination. We've also been told that should mankind disappear the planet would do very well thank you, but should insects beegone... More
  • New milestone - $ 15K in sales

    by Eyewave | 26th of February, 2015

      ...and that's the image that added the latest last 0.35 $ to my account - just wished it was something less mundane :) However, it was the first time this image has been downloaded after being online for 5 months - and that's still a good thing. More
  • How I Get Monty to sit for his Portrait

    by Brandinharris78 | 27th of January, 2015

         I was asked, once, "how do you get your dog to sit so nicely for a picture?" It is really quite simple...I go into the house and walk over to the silverware drawer..I pull out a tablespoon size spoon...I walk over to the cabinet, where the new, unopened jar of... More
  • Dancing Around the World With Over 400 Photos in Portfolio

    by Rhbabiak13 | 8th of December, 2014

    Today, I celebrate my 400 mark with some editorial photos that brought me to this point. Dancing around the world. I enjoy taking photos of people dancing. I love the movement and facial expressions. I took all of these photos at the Holiday Folk Fair International... More
  • Historic French Chateau Hotel in...Idaho?

    by Martynelson | 14th of October, 2014

    Sometimes modern architecture is too square and boxy for my taste and that's when I take my camera and go on a walk in search of historic buildings. Most towns have a few historic masterpieces, at least a church or old government building.             Boise'... More
  • 10 tips about shooting babies and children. Guidance from mom.

    by Aynursib | 26th of September, 2014

    As a mother of 2 small children (at present, son - 4 years, daughter - 8 months) and the photographer, it is logical that my portfolio on 90% consist of the children's photos. I will share with you my observation. 1. The easiest way – shooting children in usual conditions,... More
  • Great samba festival in coburg

    by Gussmann | 2nd of August, 2014

    Not only in Brazil, also in Germany, it is possible for Samba fans, to see hot girls, and feel the Samba Ryhmen. In the large samba festival coburg many bands meet and inspire the audience. Thousands of actors wandering the city for three days and make a great Samba Party.... More
  • Four new collections

    by Danielc1998 | 19th of June, 2014

    Organizing my images, I have created four new collections. Have a look. Middle East (click here for the collection) North Africa (click here for the collection) Portugal (click here for the collection) Ireland (click here for the collection) More

    by Sasanka7 | 7th of June, 2014

    Greatest dance party in Czech Republic - BEATS FOR LOVE!!! B 4 ♥                                             There are created the largest dance festival in the... More
  • Gardening tip

    by Davidwatmough | 4th of May, 2014

    Most folk in Europe who own a house will have a garden and if owners are like me they want a striped lawn. Unfortunately dandelions grow as weeds in lawns and in Springtime proliferate. They seeds are vector borne. I discovered some 2 years ago the Supermarket Lidl... More
  • A Traditional Culture Dance in Jogja

    by Purnawan | 8th of April, 2014

    Have you ever hear Jogja? The complete name is Jogjakarta a district / province in beautiful Indonesia. People often knows Jogja with many culture tradition. Some beautiful object for tourism like Prambanan Temple and Borobudur Temple are not far from Jogja. In Jogja,... More
  • Seems dangerous...

    by Thorken | 28th of March, 2014

    On my last trip to Indonesia I have taken some photos that may seem to be dangerous. First was underwater with a beautiful and kindly posin moray with widely opened mouth. And the second was a crocodile posing in similar way. The second might be dangerous, but the crocodile... More
  • Beautiful Bali...another awesome trip

    by Mangalika | 22nd of March, 2014

    My husband was eager to visit a live volcano and hence the plan was to visit Mount Bromo at Indonesia. Well, as usual I am no extra brave like some of the super girls ;) but as he insisted, I made the plan with a little twist! Since 14th Feb is our marriage anniversary I... More
  • Finally get 100 files uploaded

    by Danangset | 2nd of March, 2014

    Finally get 100 files milestone. Next is 200. Hopefully with this milestone can increase sales. Cheers! See Article
  • Shooting fiery show

    by Smokon | 16th of September, 2013

    I would like to share the experience with photography fire-polished show. It is quite demanding photographic discipline. It should always override the camera , because different fire creations give a different light. For some effects, you need to slow , for others less. However,... More
  • Environmental Africa - The Good and The Bad

    by Edosaodaro | 28th of August, 2013

    I recently visited Nigeria - a rarely trodden part of the world (with the fear of kidnapping and a desperate shortage of infrastructure amongst only a few of the obstacles laid to bare). Whilst in an extremely remote part of the country - where some independent rain forest... More

    by Hyperbiker | 14th of June, 2013

    Northern bald ibis - Geronticus eremita (Kelaynak in Turkish) This species has undergone a long-term decline and now has an extremely small population, with over 95% of truly wild birds concentrated in one subpopulation in Morocco. Numbers are currently increasing owing... More

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