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  • The I Hate to Keyword Guide to Keywording (part II)

    by Ellenboughn | 26th of March, 2007

    Correct Image Name, Description, Categories and Age of Models. Dreamstime offers a variety of methods to identify the important information in an image. The system provides variety and choice by offering four different means of... More
  • Oregon's Hood - Tallest Mountain and Volcano

    by Martynelson | 12th of October, 2014

      Mount Hood is Oregon's Tallest Mountain and Volcano Mount Hood, called Wy'east by the Multnomah tribe, is a stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc of northern Oregon. It is 11,249 feet (3,429 m) in height according to a 1991 measurement by the U.S. National Geodetic... More
  • Hells Canyon - Deepest Gorge in North America

    by Martynelson | 12th of October, 2014

    Sitting on the border between Idaho and Oregon is Hells Canyon of the Snake River which is the deepest gorge in North America. Not to be compared with the width of Arizona's Grand Canyon, it still holds the distinction of being the deepest.   Hells Canyon of the Snake... More
  • Yonghegong Lama Temple and Emperor Yongzheng

    by Zhaoqianjun | 22nd of June, 2014

    For most travelers in Beijing, visiting Yonghegong Lama Temple is a must. From the name of it, surely you know it is a Tibetan Buddhist Temple. But, do you know that it was also the former residence of Emperor Yongzheng in Qing dynasty?Today I am going to help you... More
  • Milestone: $20,000 Total Earnings, Lesson Learned: Ego vs Confidence

    by Wisconsinart | 23rd of March, 2014

    I've recently reached two milestone with Dreamstime: Fives years as a contributor and $20,000 total earnings. I was first published 40 years ago and thus started my career in freelance art, but I never really enjoyed any real income until I branched into online microstock.... More
  • Coyote Butte: Just another cinder cone?

    by Toynutz | 4th of November, 2013

    In times past, volcanic cinder cones like this one were excavated for their red traction material spread by the road commission on icy streets, roads and highways of Central Oregon. Cinders have since been replaced by other more high-tech ice melting substances, so the remaining... More
  • Horse Butte, Bend, Oregon

    by Toynutz | 2nd of November, 2013

    Horse Butte is a partially-excavated cinder cone volcano in the southeast corner of Bend, Oregon. It was once mined for its gritty red cinders that provided traction on icy roads. The promontory has since undergone reclamation efforts to restore its natural state as much... More
  • Bessie Butte - A Nice Walk to a Spectacular View

    by Toynutz | 2nd of November, 2013

    I find it curious that there are only seven photos of Bessie Butte and its panoramic view on Dreamstime - all submitted by me. ...Especially since it is easy to reach, easy to hike, and beautiful to behold once you reach the top. The extinct cinder cone volcano is five... More
  • Central Oregon Waterways

    by Toynutz | 4th of July, 2012

    Central Oregon is considered the semi-arid High Desert, but it is not without rivers. There are three major ones, the Metolius, Crooked, and Deschutes. They all merge into the Deschutes at Lake Billy Chinook, a huge reservoir created by the construction of Round... More
  • Oregon Off the Beaten Path

    by Toynutz | 13th of June, 2012

    Anyone who knows anything about Oregon scenery knows about Mount Hood, Multnomah Falls, Columbia Gorge and Crater Lake. So I've created a collection of some of the lesser known places in Oregon. See it at http://www.dreamstime.com/oregon-off-the-beaten-path-colldet18401.... More
  • Self-advocacy and rejected images

    by Lostarts | 1st of February, 2012

    Self-advocacy refers to an individual’s ability to effectively communicate, convey, negotiate or assert his or her own interests, desires, needs, and rights. It involves making informed decisions and taking responsibility for those decisions. (VanReusen et al., 1994)... More
  • Editorial category photo shoot fun

    by Jianbinglee | 31st of May, 2011

    In DT there are many very professional COMMERCIAL image photographers, their works great. But I can not do, first I do not have professional equipment and the environment, as well as professional models. Second, I am more interested in the film EDITORIAL class, and more feeling.... More
  • Keywording - becoming a buyer

    by Nectar3d | 23rd of August, 2010

    Despite knowing there are plenty of articles already published on this topic, in DT, I just couldn't stop myself from sharing a few points. In my last blog article I wrote this: "If your keywords are not relevant enough your wonderful portfolio is not going to work up to... More
  • Review an old proposal

    by Charlydamart | 16th of July, 2010

    On December 2008 I made a proposal to promote our best image in 3 categories. As probably there are a lot of new contributors, I would like to remember it. See original blog I wait your contribution. More
  • Take the time!

    by Mariaam | 22nd of June, 2010

    As I mentioned in my last blog article > Re-keywording has to be done!, I am re-keywording my images now! I can´t believe which keywords I´ve chosen in the past... :O And now this means for me double the work! So, please, don´t make the same mistake as I did! Always... More
  • How to organize portfolio?

    by Mythja | 6th of May, 2010

    Hello everyone. i am relatively new here so I would like some insight about organizing photos. I see you can create collections with your own and images of other contributors. But is there any way you can organize your own portfolio so you can keep track about your own... More
  • Beggars are Choosers

    by Thefinalmiracle | 21st of September, 2009

    Well I felt that just this one latest situation I saw, triggered this blog, I was just looking around at some books while walking on the road. There were as usual peddlers and beggars around. I ignored them and was quite engaged with the books when suddenly a young couple... More
  • Volcanoes Dominate the Central Oregon Skyline

    by Toynutz | 9th of May, 2009

    At left: Three Fingered Jack and Black Butte From Bend, Oregon, the Central Oregon Cascades dominate the western horizon with eight major mountain peaks visible from the city of 90,000. Termed stratovolcanoes, they span from Mount Hood (visible on clear days,) near the... More
  • Mostar - Beautiful and Interesting

    by Goldenangel | 26th of March, 2009

    I have recently visited my home town of Mostar after many years. The city has gone through some tough times in the 1990s with war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but it it slowly but surely getting back on its feet. Here are some recent photos of it. The symbol of Mostar... More
  • The Similar Categories Option Is Gone? PLEASE Bring it back.

    by Arenacreative | 24th of March, 2009

    Today I just noticed that in the unfinished files area there is no more option to choose from previously used categories. It is still available after you click on an image, but that drop down list only shows the last 10. I always found it easier to select multiple images... More

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