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  • How Developers & Entrepreneurs can benefit from Google I/O 2014

    by Douglasgunn | 2nd of July, 2014

    Google the search engine giant is known around the world for its most well known services in its platform like Android OS, Smartphones, tablets, search engine services and many more. According recent research carried out around the world, the percentage of smartphone... More
  • Focus

    by Tammarpre | 21st of January, 2014

    The way we all should live our lifes: Life is like a camera focus on what's important capture the good times develop from the negatives and if things don't work out take another shot. Author: Unknown See Article
  • Experiments in darkroom

    by Sarkao | 17th of March, 2011

    I like to try new techniques in my darkroom sometimes. This pictures was made without camera, by magnification of some organic structure. I used rest of expired multigrade photo papers and contrast developing liquid. More
  • The Centurion

    by Laffin | 6th of September, 2010

    I have reached a big milestone for myself. I just sold my 100th image. I would like to celebrate by sharing with you some of the things I have learned while reaching this milestone. 1) Upload, upload, upload. When people post in the message board asking for criticism... More
  • What microstock photography gives to me.

    by Dmitrytsvetkov | 27th of August, 2010

    I heard about microstock photography a little bit less than a year ago. It was autumn. September or Octomber. I'm start thinking: "I'm not worse than all these people who make there money. Why not to try?" And I upload my favourite files. How I was disapointed when I... More
  • Valuable exercise- have a go (free meta data viewer and editor tool)

    by Bevanward | 26th of August, 2010

    Ever wanted to know more about what your CAMERA did to your photo? You know what YOU did but there was more? There is the basic metadata (EXIF-Exchangeable image file format, IPTC-International Press Telecommunications Council) exposed through tools like Lightroom but... More
  • How to earn money here

    by Andreygorlov | 29th of September, 2009

    Everyone asking this question..is this possible to have a small portfolio and earn a lot here?i think yes but you must keep in mind some rules to be successful contributor. First thing you must have a really variety portfolio..For example if you upload only landscapes i bet... More
  • Old Memory by Camera

    by Toneimage | 23rd of February, 2009

    When I was in childhood, camera was memorized as a quite small but a supernatural machine, it could record many cherished people and scenery with just one sound of “click”. Pictures taken at that time were most black and white, however, it would be still a luxury... More
  • Learning from the Pros

    by Charlesoutcalt | 26th of August, 2008

    This fall, I will have the chance to take two different types of photography courses. The first is an intensive weekend (3 day) course, the second is an 8 week online class dedicated to landscape composition. I haven't taken any type of photo class before (as the reviewers... More
  • This is a happy thing

    by Pengdevey | 10th of May, 2008

    I find I love photography more and more. This is a happy thing.Dear friends,Are you so?Although no a long history of photography in China.But, the development more faster.We have seen progress.I hope that more foreign friends come to .welcom. See Article
  • I am so glad

    by Pengdevey | 8th of April, 2008

    I am so glad.Because my first blog article was published.Although no one commented it.But this is a good start.I will write articles more and more,in my Blog.I record the feelings and development in the Blog.This can improve my English too. thanks. More
  • First blog posting

    by Phlpascal | 19th of September, 2007

    Because this is my first blog-post, I thought it may come in handy to give you an idea of my activities as a media developer. Webdesign First of all, I am a website developer. I developed about fifty website’s, most of them for company’s. For being a media developer... More
  • Finding Inspiration (Part 2)

    by Petarneychev | 15th of July, 2007

    One of the toughest barriers before a photographer could be the fear of exploring new grounds... new themes, new subjects. In this second part of my search for inspiration I'll give more attention to the issue of what I call one's comfort zone and how that affects creativity,... More

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