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User Generated Content Expo
posted by ellenboughn - 12th of february, 2009
Microstock falls into the UGC classification but when one tries to define UGC to someone who has never heard of it, you realize that the designation doesn’t totally apply to Dreamstime. A friend in the industry who works with professional... More...
Industrial Strength
posted by ellenboughn - 9th of july, 2008
Sixty percent of world trade is comprised of heavy industry and businesses in the engineering sector. Images of oil and gas industries, shipbuilding, power plants, mining, and others such as steel, cement and iron fabrication are required... More...
Lens cap!
posted by lenutaidi - 8th of august, 2013
Hi! Today I want to bring to the knowledge about an object chopped but very important: LENS CAP! Yeah you read it right! I did not give much importance to this thing:lens cap.I covered the lens with a silk handkerchief and an elastic:... More...
Dust in Sensor
posted by vtr - 20th of may, 2013
In one of my recent trips I have end up having some dust in my sensor and my attempts to clean this had caused more damage than help. I tried the local canon service center but they would not help as my EOS 350 D is too old and is no... More...
Imagination and Originality
posted by wisconsinart - 1st of july, 2012
Imagination and Originality As the stock industry over-saturates itself with the same types of images and concepts, it will be key to come up with new ideas in order to stand out and maximize portfolio potential. Using your imagination... More...
93% of photo uploaded on 11.11.11 have been accepted
posted by editor77 - 15th of november, 2011
Hello I'm glad to see my work was well appreciated by reviewers and almost all photos uploaded on 11.11.11 (expect very few which i must resubmit again after i made all the corrections) are accepted here. Probably for me was a lucky... More...
Beware - the dust!
posted by le0nid - 17th of may, 2011
Drawing a picture, I encountered a small problem. My graphic tablet started working disgusting. The cursor moves erratically and at times graphic tablet disconnected completely. I was furious after 15 minutes! Replacing the battery... More...
Tips On Infrared Photography
posted by crookid - 31st of march, 2011
Shooting infrared with digital is much different from my early black & white/darkroom days. But, in some respects is somewhat similar, because you still have a thick filter to shoot through. So a tripod is an absolute necessity if you... More...
Crazy (stock) world
posted by meryll - 26th of january, 2011
Today going through web I have found a company located in my country selling (better to say reselling) Dreamstime photos and pictures including pictures of exclusive DT contributors, obviously in an agreement and cooperation with DT.... More...
Secrets of the Stock Industry Revealed!
posted by wisconsinart - 2nd of september, 2010
Would you like to know some of the secrets of the stock industry that will make you stand out amongst the rest? Do you want to have a reputaion with the Reviewers? Are you looking for a certain kind of success with your images? Do you... More...
Cars and image
posted by shadow69 - 8th of april, 2010
Just as any joke playing on stereotypes, it is a fairly bad joke. But thinking about it, I realize just how closely we relate our perception of self with material possessions and how other people see us through these possessions.... More...
Ruhr.2010
posted by cristalloid - 15th of january, 2010
Recently the European Capital of Culture RUHR.2010 opened it doors. Come to the Ruhr area and have a look what has been made from one of the biggest industrial regions in Germany. There are many things to discover for us photo-... More...
Stock Image Searches Downward Trend
posted by chrissatchwell - 15th of december, 2009
I was doing some research recently into the stock image market as I've been involved with it for a few years and I was interested to see if I could find any data to try and build up a picture of where it is going. One of the things... More...
How to check your camera sensor for the presense of dust.
posted by pardeep08 - 6th of march, 2009
My technique to check my camera sensor for the presence of dust. Pre-requisites 1. A white paper sheet. Steps 1. Set the white sheet on a table. 2. Mark a black spot(with a marker) on the sheet. 3. Fix the camera on the... More...
My camera lens
posted by justmeyo - 29th of january, 2009
I started again to upload photos and i am happy.Two months i took a "break". I say break between quotes because i did not wanted this break but i made a mistake and my camera was broken.I will tell you stupidity that I did to not... More...
Clean that dust! Google isn't your excuse.
posted by petarneychev - 3rd of december, 2008
As an editor there is one thing that drives me crazy when it comes to refusing otherwise good images. Sensor dust - it can make a perfectly good landscape look ugly. Studio shots are not insured against it either. It has one of the... More...
Hurray... first download
posted by frebeat - 27th of november, 2008
So it happened today... more or less as a surprise when I opened the DT window. Honestly speaking, I did not expect it to happen already after being active for only 6 weeks on DT. Anyway, it encourages me to write my first blog... More...
Sensor Cleaning
posted by patballard - 28th of september, 2008
Most of the photography blogs that I read have a thread about sensor cleaning. It's the bane of digital cameras. While computers and digital imaging have opened up an amazing new world of vision for us, it's also given photographers... More...
Keeping It Clean
posted by niagaragirl - 4th of april, 2008
I recently completed a photo shoot for a client that was on a tight schedule. They had purchased some discounted ad space with a fast approaching "deadline for materials" date and wanted a photo that was fresh. After the main subject... More...
My mother
posted by watercattle - 26th of march, 2008
My mother is a kind and gentle woman. She is very busy from moining till night whatever she before or after her retire. As mother, she takes good care of family and gives us every comfort. Before retrie, my mother working for a large... More...
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