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  • India Now

    by Ellenboughn | 22nd of April, 2008

    Often photos of India show the poorer side of life. It is true that photojournalism has done much to alleviate the state of the poor by exposing their plight to the world. Too often though we fail to photograph evidences of positive economic growth and modernization of ancient... More
  • Celebrating a Milestone of 325 Approved Image and 25 Sales

    by Shariqkhan | 10th of December, 2014

                In less than a year time my portfolio reached to 325 images with 23 sales so far. I am very happy as an Exclusive Contributor of Dreamstime and expecting first 50 sales soon.             My listed image comes from all... More
  • Increasing exposure to your images

    by Tempestz | 14th of November, 2014

    I will give my perspective on social media sites and increasing visibility to your images. While we all know that more views does not actually lead to more sales, using social media will get your images out on the web. Take for example, Twitter, if you tweet your image... More
  • Goose Feet and Thinking Outside the Box

    by Martynelson | 9th of October, 2014

    It's fine to take the Post Card photographs, those beautiful scenes no one can resist and everyone takes. But it's especially fun to think outside the box and capture unique photographs. While photographing Canadian geese, I was fascinated by their huge, black webbed... More
  • Ladakh

    by Ewamewa2 | 27th of September, 2014

    Hello, I have just returned from my first trip to Ladakh - the Land of High Passes in the Himalaya mountains in Jammu and Kashmir state, India. The region is really incredible: so beautiful and peaceful. Although it is dominated by Buddhist culture, you can find there... More
  • Importance of good CSR in India

    by Reliancefoundation | 23rd of July, 2014

    India as a nation ranks top in a lot of negative attributes, worldwide. Be it corruption, illiteracy or poverty, Indian stats are far from good. It is very important for India to progress as a whole, for which a stable and corrupt free government is needed. But people just... More
  • Ambubachi Festival 2014

    by Buddha13 | 6th of July, 2014

      Ambubachi Mela (Festival), the most important festival celebrated at Maa Kamakhya Temple atop the Nilachal Hills in Guwahati, the capital city of India's northeastern state of Assam. This yearly mela is celebrated during the monsoon season that happens to fall during... More
  • Backpacking adventures in South East Asia

    by Leswrona | 18th of May, 2014

    This blog summaries my backpacking experiences through south east Asia. This part of the world has colorful exotic cultures and beautiful natural scenery creating endless opportunities for passionate photographers. Khmer's Angkor Wat and Cambodia; Angkor Wat is... More
  • Wildlife in India

    by Shariqkhan | 13th of May, 2014

    There are many National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries and Zoos in India. Various species of animals including Tigers, Leopards, Gaur, Sloth Bears, Deer and Antelopes, Wolves, Hyena, Jackal and Foxes seen in them. Although spotting Tigers, Leopards and Sloth Bears... More
  • Stone Sculptures of Western Madhya Pradesh, India

    by Shariqkhan | 23rd of March, 2014

    Madhya Pradesh is the Central Indian state of India. It has very old history of ancient civilisation and culture. Many parts of Western Madhya Pradesh which includes Narmada Valley, Nimar and Malwa areas once very in the stone arts. Stone Sculptures of later Buddhist... More
  • A recipe for you

    by Byrnison | 24th of February, 2014

    Hello all. I just wanted to share with you one of my favourite recipes -pork madras curry- and some of my recently accepted photos of my version ! Here goes. It is incredibly easy as you basically just have to throw all the ingredients into a pan ! In this recipe I’ve... More
  • Ancient city and architecture of Mandav (Dhar District) India

    by Shariqkhan | 12th of February, 2014

    Mandav/Mandu is situated in Dhar District of Indian state Madhya Pradesh. Its history dates back from 5th Century AD with reference of Budi (Old) Mandav, a village situated about 10 Kilometres away from present day Mandav. In 13th Century Khilji, the Afgans established... More
  • Birds habitat and avian fauna of Madhya Pradesh, India

    by Shariqkhan | 7th of February, 2014

    : Woolly-necked Stork in Dewas District Indian State of Madhya Pradesh has wide variety of habitats. It includes Mixed Forest, Dry Deciduous Forests, Mountain ranges of Vindhyachal, Satpura, River Valleys of Narmada and Chambal, Plateau of Malwa and Various Grasslands.... More
  • Trip to the Khmer dynasty of ancient Cambodia

    by Mangalika | 24th of January, 2014

    Of all our trips after coming to Singapore this one was the best. I and my husband decided just to travel and do photography as much as we can and there would be no time to relax in the trip :) [well, there was little buffer added for relaxing ;) ] I can only show you... More
  • Gemologist

    by Osmar01 | 20th of January, 2014

    I'm creating a collection of images of the gemologist at work. The gemologist, gems, pearls and precious stones. These factors Gemologists study while valuing or appraising cut and polished gemstones. Gemological microscopic study of the internal structure is used to determine... More
  • The power of social media - referred members

    by Alvera | 30th of October, 2013

    I want to share something from my statistics: "41 users were referred by you. 6 photographers were referred by you. 1 buyers were referred by you. 1 payment plans were purchased." This was done in the last year by using Google+, Google blog, Twitter and Facebook.... More
  • My last trip to India

    by Ewamewa2 | 14th of October, 2013

    This summer I spent 6 weeks in South India: Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu and Puducherry. Andhra Pradesh was quite demanding - it was my first time there, but very, very interesting and, somehow, untouched by tourism. Please, enjoy some of my photos: Tamilnadu: Puduchery:... More
  • Devastating Cyclone hits Coastal India

    by Mangalika | 12th of October, 2013

    A devastating cyclone, named as Phailin, has hit the east coast of India this evening at a speed of 220kmph. The storm will stay for 6-12 hours more with utmost severity. Mainly impacted states are Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. I cannot imagine the current condition of local... More
  • The Kung Fu Master of Stock Teaches Grasshopper About Social Media

    by Wisconsinart | 29th of July, 2013

    "Here, Grasshopper," said the old Master of Stock Photography, "Take this hammer." At his command, Grasshopper obediently took the hammer and began to follow the instructions of his Master. "Clasp both your hands around the handle. Good!... More
  • For those who need inspiration

    by Robinstockphotos | 16th of July, 2013

    I watched an episode on Discovery Channel some time back and it was about a photographer out to photograph tribal folk and culture in Ethiopia as the tribe was close to being wiped out, with modernisation threatening its existence. While my people images stand nowhere around... More

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