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  • My mother

    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 food store as a store manager. I remembered... More
  • Air pollution.

    by Linqong | 3rd of March, 2008

    I went to the petrochemical industry industrial area of the suburb of Beijing last week. It made me think of this topic of the air pollution. We know the most serious kind of air pollution comes from people.Factories, power stations, and recycles exhausts pump harmful... More
  • Buy your credits at Dreamstime: Why DT is best for image buyers!

    by Notebook | 2nd of February, 2008

    Most blogs on here come from DT contributors – photographers. This blog post looks at needs of those on the other end of the creative process – consumers of photographers’ work – BUYERS. My point in a nutshell: Dreamstime is the most cost-effective agency for photo... More
  • Dust!

    by Charlesoutcalt | 30th of January, 2008

    This entry is for all the photographers out there who have had to deal with my biggest photo phobia: DUST. Sometimes, dust doesn't raise its ugly head. When I've got an intricate subject and vivid colors, it can find lots of places to hide. On the other hand,... More
  • Radiohead's latest album

    by Achilles | 6th of December, 2007

    Radiohead has launched a new album about one month ago. A controversial one, the album was recorded by the famous band on their own, without any recording label. Consequently, the album was posted on the Internet and can be downloaded by users at the price they decide.... More
  • Quiet revolution

    by Achilles | 1st of November, 2007

    Every month we break our own records. No need to bother you with this, you already know the trend. Some facts regarding our latest evolution are always welcome, so here we go: October was the best month in sales, extended licenses, payments sent to photographers, images... More
  • Dreamstime accepted as a CEPIC member

    by Achilles | 18th of October, 2007

    We have just been informed us that our application for membership in CEPIC was approved by the CEPIC Board of Directors and Dreamstime thus becomes the first member of CEPIC from the microstock community. Sylvie Fodor, CEPIC Executive Director, sent us the news today... More
  • Dreamstime becomes a General Member of PACA

    by Achilles | 6th of September, 2007

    I have just received an email from Ms. Cathy Aron, Executive Director of the Picture Archive Council (PACA). One year after the initial application, Dreamstime membership was approved by the Board to move from provisional to general membership status! Starting from today,... More
  • Dreamstime vs. Traditional photography

    by Achilles | 4th of September, 2007

    In a recent survey we have asked buyers who used traditional agencies before finding Dreamstime, specific questions regarding their experience. The questions were chosen after reading several articles written by analysts of the traditional industry such as Chris Ferrone,... More
  • Mb versus MP - when size really matters

    by Achilles | 31st of August, 2007

    The common standard of the traditional stock photography industry is the size in megabytes (MB). The value of an image in MB sounds more appealing to the customer. Nothing more tricky than that! The common standard for (educated) designers is the size in pixels (MP) that... More
  • My favourite sensor dust technique

    by Doctor_bass | 31st of July, 2007

    I only clean my DSLR sensor when I am at home. Sometimes, when I'm on a long trip and I change lenses very often and there can be some irritating sensor spots on my photos. At home, it takes some time to find all the sensor spots and "heal" them. Sometimes I don't see... More

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