• Home
  • Blogs
  • Stock Photography Blog & Community Forum

Stock Photography Articles about education & Community Forum

  • Learning

    by Stigspics | 5th of October, 2014

      Having recently joined DT I am learning. The first thing I have learned is that when I started i knew nothing, I now know enough to know that I know very little!! I will persevere and hopefully each rejection will teach me as much as each acceptance. I am however... More
  • Photography Education: Photo Clubs & Meetup

    by Ginntinn | 2nd of August, 2014

    Although I've taken photos all my life, I can see that the key turning point, once I decided to focus on photography as a creative medium (in addition to writing) was making the effort to seek out advanced instruction from working photographers and photographic artists.... More
  • To kindergarten

    by Lenutaidi | 23rd of November, 2013

    Hi all! Today a few words about life in kindergarten:) No child's age is the most important factor in attendance by this extended kindergarten program. What matters most are the child's personality traits and also his relationship with his family, especially with his mother.... More
  • Why writing a photography blog will make you a better photographer

    by Mike2focus | 1st of November, 2012

    If you want to improve you photography skills, blogging on the subject of photography will help you to stay active in the pursuit of continuing to educate yourself. In effect, it will force you to keep learning. Gathering content for your blog, in itself, will be an excellent... More
  • Back to School

    by Karenfoleyphotography | 22nd of August, 2012

    3 innocent words on their own Yet when spoken together, Back To School can evoke the most frightening spectrum of emotions. For empty-nest retirees like my husband and myself, Back To School means we have the freedom to hit the open roads, travelling... More
  • Snap out of It and Get a Career in Photography

    by Zofia123 | 15th of July, 2012

    Have you ever wondered what the difference is between people with successful careers in photography and people that just dream of being photographers? Is it simply a matter of talent? I don’t think so. I think that, often, it’s a difference in confidence and drive.... More
  • Two new collections - request for additional images

    by Enigmacypher | 2nd of February, 2012

    I have recently created two new collections on Dreamstime, and I would like suggestions for additional images. The first collection is of Educational Tools. The images in this collection are ones that can be directly used as teaching aids. These are not simply pictures... More
  • Puzzles and Mazes Collection: New Arrivals [No.6]

    by Ratselmeister | 3rd of October, 2011

    Puzzles and mazes collection - which is here: http://www.dreamstime.com/puzzles-and-mazes-rcollection12521 has new arrivals: - find the ten differences between the two pictures - spotted milk cows on a pasture; - find the ten differences between the two pictures... More
  • Learning To Write

    by Angelaostafichuk | 8th of September, 2011

    Although I've been rejected by the media many times in my city, I finally got a tiny article in here! Now to keep writing for myself.... More
  • Everyone Thinks They're The Best At What They Do...

    by Taylorgracephotography | 4th of May, 2011

    A question has weighed on my mind due to recent events in my personal life. And the question is this: If someone with less talent but who has 2+ years of photography classes under their belt really any better than someone who has more talent but no education in photography... More
  • Off to school for the first time

    by Sdenness | 13th of March, 2011

    One of the milestones for any parent is watching their kid head off to school for the first time for some formal education. Clothes, shoes, uniform(s), lunches, hats, bags, parent information sessions on little chairs, it all adds to the excitement for this new stage... More
  • Children and Photography

    by Jvecc1 | 9th of March, 2011

    I have a 11 year old nephew who is a good kid but at that age where we got to keep em in check. Smart on the computer and adept, somewhat addicted, at video games. Outdoors didnt play much into his life. Well this bothered me to some extent as the balance was not there. Too... More
  • Invites baby to play and learn

    by Bloggerfakir | 18th of January, 2011

    Educating the baby is the duty of parents and supported by the environment, because education is something to be done and accepted by everyone. Education is a major part to nurture infant behavior to face her future, so it needs a lot of methods that must be applied. One... 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
  • Here lies Dave, he didn't know it all, but he sure tried to...

    by Dnavarrojr | 18th of May, 2010

    My parents cursed me when I was young... Whenever I would ask a question they would try to provide the answer. The more they answered, the more I wanted to know and thus began a lifelong obsession with learning. Now, before I get started, let me say this for the benefit... More
  • The One "M" and Five "W's" of Travel

    by Angelaostafichuk | 21st of March, 2010

    Travel, there's nothing quite like it. If you've never done it before though and are branching out from virgin territory, or you are a rookie looking to become a novice, the thought of it can be quite intimidating. Here are the basics that everyone can consider,... More
  • What Makes You Angry?

    by Conceptualcreations | 29th of June, 2009

    Everyone is always looking for ideas to shoot so let's get emotional. What makes you angry? For me it's sometimes having to struggle to make a buck. Other times I felt the bank was robbing me with overdraft charges or the government with taxes. There are all kinds... More
  • School of Stock

    by Laffin | 29th of May, 2009

    I am by no means a professional photographer. As you can find out on my profile I call myself a hobbyist, and not even an armature. However, every now and then I get the opportunity to shoot some photos which I feel are worthy of sharing with the world. Dreamstime is not... More
  • twcdm.blogspot.com POTD#2 (photo of the day)

    by Travismanley | 31st of March, 2009

    Just started something new on my blog twcdm.blogspot.com Im calling it POTD (photo of the day) and as the name implies im going to be posting photos daily (or mostly daily) and giving a quick rundown of how I got the shot. Here is POTD #2 The breakdown: I took... More
  • Video Clip From Stock Photo Lighting Workshop

    by Photoshow | 13th of March, 2009

    Here is a quick 2 minute look at some of the action from the recent Rinder / Deal Workshop at Vegas Vision Studios Click on HQ on the player to get the high deff version of this video To stay current with the weekly workshop and shootout schedules now being offered... More

Stock Photography that BLOGS!

Interact, make friends, share tips and techniques, have fun. Dreamstime wants your ideas and thoughts whether you are a photographer, designer or regular user. Create a blog to tell your story, promote favorite images and photographers, post tutorials or simply exchange opinions with your with fellow dreamstimers.

Don't forget words and pictures go great together so make sure you choose some Dreamstime favorite pics to brighten your article. For inspiration, check out the hottest or the most useful blogs on the left.

Create a blog to tell your story, promote favorite stock images and photographers

Create your blog

questions, meet answers

Join the discussion in the Dreamstime photography forum. Learn from, and share with, hundreds of professional stock photographers just like you!

Photography Forums