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  • My first sale

    by Rapeepan | 26th of August, 2014

    I waited for this for so long and very happy that my picture has been accepted by the buyer.Thank you so much.  See Article
  • Short note about dragonflies

    by Oliena | 7th of August, 2014

    I never saw any dragonflies when I was a child. I am not actually sure, but there aren’t any interesting moments about them in my memory. I met them closely just several years ago. And became some kind of passive fan of this creatures. Every outdoor trip I hope to find... More
  • Over 100 photos online

    by 220volt | 4th of August, 2014

    > Some blood cells under the microscope. Red hat and building. Lovely fly........:} Thanks every one. See Article
  • Annual Fly Fishing Trip & Stock Photography

    by Joshuaraineyphotography | 19th of May, 2014

    I'm almost literally jumping out of my skin right now I'm so excited about a trip I'm doing this weekend and what it means for stock photography for me! Last year, my good friend and I decided to make a trip to the Deschutes River and float a long section of water, sleeping... More
  • My oldest photo sold!

    by Robinstockphotos | 10th of March, 2013

    My oldest photo of this bird served someone yesterday. I'm quite happy about this. This was probably the first or second photo online back then. My AR was something like 17% probably. Maybe worse. I don't remember because I don't want to. ;) I also recently sold the second... More
  • Butterfly Photography

    by Robinstockphotos | 19th of February, 2013

    The very mention of butterfly photography creates an image of vivid attractive subjects fluttering in a dream garden. That happens if you are a buyer or end user of butterfly photos. What if you are a contributor? You begin to imagine heat, sitting in the sun, uncomfortable,... More
  • Our photo in internet !!!

    by Marpit | 16th of March, 2012

    I found my photos of these flyers online. Besides there are other photos of my users dreamstime, I hope that you will find your own! http://www.idfa.org/files/gdcprogramme_230112.pdf http://jakiairtravel.com/ http://www.e-magin.se/v5/viewer/files/viewer_... More
  • My butterfly macro photography tips for beginners

    by M4rio1979 | 27th of September, 2011

    I have some tips for all of you that have just started to do macro photography of insects. I want to share what I have learned a few days ago when I was going to shoot some butterflies. It is very hard to get close to these beautiful and colorful little creatures without... More
  • Beautiful to watch, too poisonous to eat

    by Risto40 | 23rd of September, 2011

    Did you know summer end today? That's right, it's autumn now. But guess what, autumn is a mushroom season in many areas. I don't eat mushrooms, but I can help others to pick them and of course these are great object to photograph too. So, I'd like to show you some of what... More
  • Pigs might fly.... again ?

    by Dgphotographic | 22nd of September, 2011

    I heard on the radio this evening that the giant inflatable pig used on the Pink Floyd album "Animals" is to be floated again this Monday. Think I might get myself a space on Chelsea bridge :o) See Article
  • Rhododendron tomentosum, the Beauty of Peat Bogs

    by Taina10 | 22nd of June, 2011

    Rhododendron tomentosum (Marsh Labrador Tea, syn. Ledum palustre) is a low shrub (usually about 30-100 cm tall) with evergreen leaves and delicate white inflorescences or clusters of flowers. Related to the large and showy Rhododendrons which grow in parks and gardens, Rhododendron... More
  • Toreros

    by Crookid | 25th of March, 2011

    I wandered onto private property, which is nothing out of the usual for me. That is why I am always camouflaged like a wayward soldier from some forgotten war on the edges of suburbia. And when I pop into the local grocery store everyone stares and some get a bit edgy. But... More
  • Waiting for a Butterfly – A Series of Photo Shoots

    by Rubybayan | 29th of January, 2011

    One of the first photo projects I thought of submitting to Dreamstime was the life cycle of the Black Swallowtail Butterfly. When I saw the caterpillars devouring my parsley in the backyard, I knew I had to take the photo opp. I snipped off a half-eaten parsley branch... More
  • Collections Contribution Request Part III

    by Elianehaykal | 25th of January, 2011

    Following my other 2 blogs Part I & Part II, here's another invitation to contribute to the following series of collections (the old ones are still open btw!): Animal Romance Butterfly, My Butterfly Easter Eggs Smiley... More
  • Photographing at an airshow

    by Hermes-sicily | 12th of November, 2010

    Last summer, an airshow took place in my town. So I decided to try this new photographic sector (for me). Few months ago I bought a Sigma 70-300 apo lens. It is a relative cheap lens which entered in my budget but I'm very satisfied with it and at the airshow it worked fine... More
  • Collections Contribution Request

    by Elianehaykal | 29th of August, 2010

    I decided to put more effort in my collections and I need to make them bigger ==> asking for your contributions (but please read the description of each collection beforehand, and no people shots!). So far I have: Fossils Collection Wood... More
  • My First Level 3

    by Lowthian | 12th of August, 2010

    I was very happy this morning to learn that one of my images reached level 3. What a nice surprise. It was approved on Dec. 24, 2009. See Article
  • Half of thousand

    by Mildegard | 5th of July, 2010

    My portfolio has grown up again. Now it contains 500 images. A great number and a big milestone for me. Most of these 500 are drawings or collages, and only 56 are photos. Sales are about 70% of portfolio (according to statistics). Not bad, I think) More
  • Flugtag 2010, Istanbul

    by Davulcu | 26th of May, 2010

    Flugtag , flying fiesta was the fun of last sunday for Istanbul habitants and many other visitors who came from various countries. I captured some editorial images of the contributors who tried to fly over the blue waters of Marmara sea with their own designed hand-... More
  • paradise of butterfly

    by Keung1616 | 23rd of April, 2010

    Fung Yuen (Hong Kong) Butterfly Reserve is an area that is recognized as an important breeding site for some butterflies of conservation concern, such as Common Birdwing and White Dragontail. Despite being located on the urban fringe, remarkably more than half of all local... More

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