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  • The Eyes Have It

    by Ellenboughn | 26th of March, 2008

    Facial expressions and body language can either make or break a photo. Again and again we see images that would be successful if only there was emotion in the image instead of a subject with a bored look or a blank stare. How can you get your models more engaged with your... More
  • New portraits

    by Sarkao | 27th of March, 2012

    Before two weeks, I made some photos for the one fashion designer - she makes steampunk and neovictorian clothing. It was really windy day, so we had some problems with holding reflector. But I am really satisfied with results. And some... More
  • My first 1000

    by Landd09 | 7th of December, 2011

    After much effort, passion and learning photography (from April 2009) - I finally managed. This is my 1000 photos on Dreamstime. and that the photo assignment - I always the effort to be part of it. First I want thanked the people who work in Dreamstime because with... More
  • Zoe, my recent model.

    by Phakimata | 6th of July, 2011

    It was a pleasure to do a shoot with Zoe. Signed with Generation Model Management and starred in a few movies (see her IMDb profile), she was looking to get new headshots done and as an exchange we did a stock photo shoot. Zoe is a real pro and fun and easy to work with.... More
  • Fun with food.....

    by Phakimata | 4th of April, 2011

    .......I just couldn't resist - my daughter is 16 months old and is learning to eat by herself. Let me tell you, she's a bundle of joy and really loves life and is always in a good mood. As a result, when letting her eat by herself, it has consequences that are just to much... More
  • The Magic of Monotone Photos

    by Eric1513 | 14th of March, 2011

    Monotone photos are powerfully simple and convey emotion like few types of photos can. With all extraneous color eliminated, we are left only with light and shape. Add to that a single color and the image is more powerful than its individual parts. In previous posts... More
  • Don`t give up

    by Stangot | 23rd of July, 2010

    I started making pictures with passion. I started with many questions, many refused files and disappointments. But I don`t give up. Never mind that I have no expensive equipment, professional models and studio. And if you are sitting there and looking at another refused... More
  • Message in picture 1

    by Raindrop | 21st of July, 2010

    Hi, this blog is for those who want to say something with their pictures. Of course and for everyone else:) I was thinking first what to shoot, what picture can say more then just "look at me" and then,forget me. I wanted picture with message, symbolic picture, and I got... More
  • Models and context - natural interaction

    by Sangiorzboy | 29th of October, 2009

    As many of us know, working with models can be a real challenge when it comes to the visual result of your concept. It's both a challenge for the photographer and the model and the key to the best result is communication between the two parties. Be friends with your... More
  • Assignment file accepted!

    by Annieyek | 19th of June, 2009

    Just want to express my happiness to you. Finally, I have one assignment file online. Hope you like this picture.. ..and don't forget, vote for me! thanks. :) See Article
  • Express Yourself

    by Mani33 | 21st of May, 2009

    It's been few days since I started my participation in the message boards & I think I've mised alot of hot issues & discussions... (I hope no one is getting annoyed with my start there :)). I also tried to read threads as much as I can to know more & more about the site... More
  • Dogs Expressions - Many Faces of Emotions

    by Sgcallaway1994 | 2nd of April, 2009

    Animal lovers will all agree dog's can display emotions. As a photographer its always a "treat" when something like this is memorialized in an image. Here are some examples: Happy Sad/Forelorn Concerned/Distressed Bad/Guilty Innocence Smiling... More
  • The difference a genuine expression can make

    by Acesarek | 26th of January, 2009

    When I work with models for stock photography, it always feels the most successful when the model gives a genuine expression. I like to try to make my models laugh if I want them to smile. With kids you have to be really quick if you want a real smile because they usually... More
  • An Unexpected Model

    by Cmarshall717 | 14th of January, 2009

    Very unique photo opportunities can present themselves at some of the most unexpected times. I was at the CAP 089th Squadron (Civil Air Patrol) to photograph their move into a new facility at MacDill AFB in Tampa, FL. They were moving into a place that had a lot of stored... More
  • My best Model

    by Fotandy | 28th of September, 2008

    I think: this is the time for my first blog. Topic: my best model! This is Vanessa, my best and youthful model. She had really model-qualitys... ... but not every time good mood :-) ... it doesn't matter... She remains the best one. More
  • Starting an actual photography business - I never saw this coming!

    by Walleyelj | 7th of September, 2008

    When I got my first 2MP point & shoot digital camera from an IT friend of mine several years back, I had no idea where it would lead. Other than a trip to Idaho in 1995, I probably hadn't shot 2 rolls of film in the 10 years before I got that first digital camera. As a poor... More
  • The Revelation of My First Sale On Dreamstime

    by Black-white | 20th of April, 2008

    write your text hereThe picture was sold on February 21st, 2008. I had had joined the Dreamstime for nearly five months then. With 37 files in my portfolio, I was having waited the first earning for such a long time. So sad I was. I doubted about my ability on photography... More
  • sometimes, creative is simply

    by Eprom | 14th of April, 2008

    pay attention to small things around yourselves, you will find it difference after simply modify, like egg adding pencil painting. See Article
  • Sweets for sweet

    by Papuga2006 | 1st of April, 2008

    Good looking, beautiful women with lollipop in hand or in mouth extra sexy photos, but also have something different in expression, some innocence. It remind me not only some sexually context (and it is not because I am a woman) but more like childhood time, when we all... More
  • Photoshop Express

    by Nightangel666 | 27th of March, 2008

    You can directly modify hue and saturation of your stock photos online by using Photoshop Express. You can also create galeries there. You can take a look at it by following this link : Adobe Photoshop Express More

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