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  • Point & Shoot...

    by Guernica | 22nd of June, 2014

    Point and shoot digital cameras can be wonderfully easy to use. They are relatively inexpensive, depending on the features you require. And they are usually small, making them easily portable. Most models have auto-focus and built in light meters that automatically set... More
  • Thank goodness for Facebook

    by Davinciphotos | 11th of March, 2014

    Sale number two! I'm not sure why it is such an adrenalin rush to have a sale, but there it is. I have not met my second goal of having 50 uploads because I have been focusing on my studio. Business is really starting to heat up for us here in Korea. If you would like... More
  • Make No. 400 a photo - please!

    by Amlyd | 13th of August, 2013

    Most of my downloads are digital art - hardly surprising as my portfolio is. E.g. download No 399, 398, 397, 396; You get the idea. 22 credits & a sub between them, so i am more than happy. However, I have tried hard recently submitting photos and would like to... More
  • First illustrations online

    by Marleenwolters | 16th of April, 2013

    Today I a very happy to tell that my first illustrations have been accepted. Photography and wintertime didn't come that well together as I would have liked. At first I started to put myself under pressure. I had to create something. That did work, but in the opposite... More
  • Tutorial: How To Paint A Digital Portrait From A Photo

    by Anatomyofrockthe | 5th of April, 2013

    How To Paint A Digital Portrait From A Photo with Corel Painter Learn how to use any reference photo to paint amazing digital portraits using Corel Painter 12 by watching Aaron paint a self portrait. Impress your friends and family with the techniques you'll learn in... More
  • DIGITAL PAINTING

    by Alenalazareva | 14th of February, 2013

    Digital painting is an emerging art form in which traditional painting techniques such as watercolor, oils, impasto, etc. are applied using digital tools by means of a computer, a digitizing tablet and stylus, and software. Digital painting thrives mostly in production... More
  • Digital Art Tutorial: How to paint Mountains with Corel Painter

    by Anatomyofrockthe | 13th of February, 2013

    How to paint mountains with Corel Painter 12 For all of you digital painters out there, I have just released a free tutorial on YouTube. In this video, I will teach you how to paint realistic and painterly looking mountains using my own easy-to-follow personal technique.... More
  • Contemplating the move to mirrorless

    by Gina rothfels | 4th of January, 2013

    I recently wrote an article entitled Are Mirrorless Cameras the Future of Digital Photography? which I've published on HubPages. I've read a lot about mirrorless cameras, including Brad Calkins' blog post Micro Four Thirds hitting its stride, which makes a very strong... More
  • Workflow for your compact camera photos

    by Robinstockphotos | 10th of December, 2012

    Don't have a DSLR that produces very high quality images? Read on! Modern DSLR cameras are highly flexible, fast and produce RAW format images which contain all the data produced by the image sensor. That means none of your data is lost and most of the adjustments... More
  • Your Internet Privacy : Act Before its Too Late!

    by Thefinalmiracle | 20th of April, 2012

    (WARNING A LONG BUT IMPORTANT BLOG) Time and again we read news about leading websites playing with our personal data and violating the boundaries of our private life. They misuse the data sometimes for marketing and sometimes they act as a spy for governments or even... More
  • Great Shots Are Possible with Point and Shoots

    by Peanutroaster | 9th of April, 2012

    While I wouldn't rely solely on a point and shoot to capture stock images, it is possible as long has you have a quality point and shoot with a good lens. I originally settled on a mirrorless compact camera (Panasonic Lumix G2) because I knew it would be too easy to leave... More
  • Adobe Lightroom

    by Peanutroaster | 6th of March, 2012

    For those trying to decide whether or not Lightroom 3 should be part of your stock photography workflow, do not bother. Not that Lightroom 3 is not a great product created for photographesr, rather than designers workflow for cataloging, developing and exporting digital... More
  • tips

    by Dmccale | 10th of October, 2011

    great site tips on photography http://digitalphotography.tipcentral.net/lighting.html just thought I would share. peace and hugs Debbie See Article
  • My new Evil digital camera

    by Streetka2004 | 12th of August, 2011

    My new Evil digital camera!DSLR is too heavy,I want a more portable camera,so I chose Evil.Evil is new concept camera,this is my new partner. Photo by new camera See Article
  • Is the lowest ISO the best?

    by Bradcalkins | 16th of March, 2011

    I have to admit that when it comes to ISO, I've always assumed that the base ISO was going to have the cleanest output. I had read articles on how some models of cameras were noisier at the 'in-between' ISOs (ISO 125 and 160) than the base numbers (100, 200, 400). This... More
  • Amateur or professional?

    by Gmargittai | 16th of November, 2010

    There were many blogs on Dreamstime dealing with the big leap. The leap which aspiring photographers should take to become more focused, more serious, more invested and turn from a hobby microstocker to a professional one. Do you have what it takes? asks one of them.... More
  • Firmware

    by Williamardrey | 12th of October, 2010

    Well!! The past few weeks have been eventful. Among the things that have happened to me includes the fact that I have had a virus or some bacterial infection that left me weak and not wanting to do anything. All I could do was go to work and come home and sleep for 10 hours.... More
  • First Payout

    by Amlyd | 6th of October, 2010

    Yea, yea there have no doubt been loads of articles on the above topic on Dreamstime. But... I never really expected to get one! I am a non-photographer who creates digital art primarily for screen-savers and backgrounds (though one has actually appeared on a book-cover... More
  • Photography in the Digital VS Film Era

    by Photoshow | 7th of September, 2010

    Elsewhere online a respected Micro stock Photographer who has been in the RF stock business nearly as long as I have was talking about the great Cartier Bresson and in that discussion he mentions what a great eye the man had and the fact that "he never processed one roll... More
  • Video Tutorial: Painting Clouds With Corel Painter 11

    by Anatomyofrockthe | 15th of August, 2010

    Learn how to paint digital clouds using Corel Painter 11 and a drawing tablet. HD video recorded in real-time with live audio narration by Dreamstime illustrator, Aaron Rutten. Painting Clouds With Corel Painter 11 | 17:00 minutes (Created August, 2010) Watch it on... More

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