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  • Teardrop

    by Chrisboswell | 13th of December, 2012

    After a long search spanning several years, I found a little camp trailer to pull behind my trucks. This is very exciting and will allow for many new photographic opportunities. As any of you must know, being in the field in simply a car can cost you images. Many times... More
  • Wow..What a drop !!!

    by Silent47 | 10th of August, 2011

    My sales are zero from 08/05/2011.I had 2 sales from the start of the month: 1 sub and 1 credit.With 202 photos online you will think that sales are becoming steady but in fact i guess my photos are useless for stock.The bad thing is that i don't know what to do next.Im run... More
  • My first collection

    by Dianabahrin | 18th of March, 2011

    Hello! :) I just wanted to let you know that I have created my first collection - Snowdrops If you want to join just let me know:) See Article
  • Droplets

    by Nikmd | 24th of January, 2011

    Shooting droplets is fun and exciting.. Shoot either a static water drop or a drop in motion....All that is needed is liquid ( water, milk etc.), preferably a macro lens on manual focus, a tripod and a cable release and a trigger happy finger to call in the shots. Shallow... More
  • Almost back to 50%

    by Mvogel | 13th of January, 2011

    After many months of learning the hard way, my acceptance ratio is almost back to 50%. I am at 49.6% right now and hope to get back into the upper half by next month. Climbing the ladder after falling down to almost 30% has been tough. I highly recommend that new comers... More
  • The magic of the drops...and one single flash!

    by Vanillla | 25th of February, 2010

    So...last weekend I made somthing new for myself, I was shoothing water with a flash trying to freez it. Reading and watching "how to...." with a lot of patience and many attempts I finally got a few acceptable images in my memory card. So that's it! ...and one more accepted... More
  • Macro Test

    by Alvinku | 25th of July, 2009

    I just purchased a new macro Canon Lens and try to shot on the droplet. The lens focus is really fast and i love it so much See Article
  • Sales Drop....

    by Asaliro | 2nd of July, 2009

    I am so disappointed with my June sales, because it's only 7 images downloaded. I have no idea, why my sales is drop. My monthly average sales is about 20 images or about $20 something. I hope my sales will raising again for the next month. More
  • How To: Photograph Water Drops

    by Ingesche | 25th of June, 2009

    This blog post is a description of how I photograph water drops. Of course there is more than one way to do it, but it might be useful for people who have never tried it before. What you'll need - A transparent glass bowl - A ruler or other object you can stick... More
  • I am depressed !

    by Sleiselei | 30th of March, 2009

    My sales drops suddenly this week. I have 8-10 sales per day before this week, but now I have 1-2sales per day. After seeking for the reason I found that has the possibility is the sales drop which the new search engine creates. I did not know when the search system is... More
  • Photoshop Templates vs. Digital Backdrops

    by Delmiaco | 19th of December, 2008

    I have been creating Photoshop templates and Digital Backdrops for over a year now, and I have just recently submitted some of them to DT... waiting on approval (only 127 hours left) haha. I will be interested in seeing which ones pass (if any) or fail.... More
  • How to create droplets

    by Yhca | 3rd of December, 2008

    I was surfing the web for tutorials and I saw this cool tutorial! See Article
  • Finally 10 uploads!

    by Annieyek | 4th of September, 2008

    So far, I have submitted 21 images, only 10 are accepted.. a bit sad... :( Hope will getting better... See Article
  • Earning balance drop?

    by Billysiew | 26th of July, 2008

    Since I joined DT, my earnings balance increasing for every month. However, it seemed to be decreasing for this month. However, still remain few days for this month, hope it will be catch up.. See Article
  • droplet collisions

    by Liquidartgallery | 9th of April, 2008

    Droplet collisions are one of the more difficult but fun types of droplet photography. They are difficult because it takes precise timing to get a controlled collision to occur right in front of your lens, and even better timing to capture your shot at exactly the right moment.... More
  • flash speed and drop waters

    by Yunxiang987 | 20th of March, 2008

    flash and drop waters I take many photos about drop waters. To freeze them in their dropping time, you’d better use the flash of your camera. The light time of a flash is so little, that I estimated it shorter than 1/10000 second. In most case, the flash light is casted... More
  • The world of the drops

    by Ulisse | 21st of January, 2008

    The water is the base of the life... The drops fascinate me... Every drop has a various shape, is impossible to make two times the same photography... you what say? See Article
  • Freezing droplets

    by Liquidartgallery | 21st of December, 2007

    I have been asked on several occasion to explain the technique behind my droplet photos. While this is nothing new and the technique has been reviewed elsewhere before I thought I would provide a quick tutorial The beauty of this type of photography is that it provides... More
  • Shadow talks

    by Mailthepic | 6th of September, 2007

    We always come to a time where we saw some outstanding picture with very good lighting that we wish we can do it also. It is possible, look carefully at the shadows. Ask yourself with this Question: 1)Where the shadows drop. 2)How harsh is the shadows.... More
  • Water drop tutorial

    by Tonygers | 14th of August, 2007

    This classic image is strewn across the stock community but seems to be a very popular image of choice for designers. If you fancy having a go at creating an image like this but don't have the professional set-up or equipment to capture the image with camera then you should... More

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