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  • Visual impact to visit the famous places: Beijing Ginkgo Forest

    by Zhangle | 4th of April, 2014

    This photo was taken in Beijing Chinese. In the fall of Beijing's Diaoyutai street is the most famous piece of ginkgo trees, planted here a lot of ginkgo tree, every autumn large leaves will become golden yellow, and the ground will be covered with fallen leaves, walking... More
  • Autumn

    by Stockfotoart | 20th of September, 2013

    ;) ...autumn the charming season has started. ...the trees change into their colorful autumn beauty.... ...... the leaves are dancing in the wind ..... .... the sunrays immerse the scene into a wonderland..... ... in beauty we walk..... :) More
  • My first sale for a recent picture uploaded was as TIFF resolution !

    by Editor77 | 5th of September, 2013

    The image was approved on 08/15/2013 and the first sale coming on 09/05/2013 as TIFF resolution. 10 views and 1 sale. My earning for this sale was about 12.28 USD for lvl 1. I'm happy with that! The picture was taken with a pocket camera - Nikon Coolpix A - in a short trip... More
  • Environmental Africa - The Good and The Bad

    by Edosaodaro | 28th of August, 2013

    I recently visited Nigeria - a rarely trodden part of the world (with the fear of kidnapping and a desperate shortage of infrastructure amongst only a few of the obstacles laid to bare). Whilst in an extremely remote part of the country - where some independent rain forest... More
  • Zhangjiajie, China's first national forest park

    by Hongtao926 | 6th of November, 2012

    As a traveler i was a new , As a photographer i was a rookie . I hope i can get what i want through DT. See Article
  • Summer sketches

    by Shmeljov | 4th of October, 2012

    Recently we had a nice walk with Elena. I thought that it would be a great idea to use a big reflector. As a result I was running a lot with that thing. And I should mention a large thing: on a tripod and with a hard shell. I got tired as a dog and the truth is that the best... More
  • What is your talisman?

    by Shmeljov | 25th of September, 2012

    Aljona is my photo session talisman. If she is involved into the process then the shooting will be successful. It doesn't matter from what side of the background is she standing. We got serious damage from mosquitos that day, but the result was... More
  • Lumberjack - great day shooting forest work

    by Teabum | 5th of April, 2012

    Leaving early morning with a group of woodcutters to see the forest workers day through the lens. Weather seems to be promising, so I'm looking forward interesting time outdoors :) I had packed tripod, fast lens, thermos with hot tea and warm clothes. Shooting in the... 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
  • The Amazon is in serious danger

    by Antonella865 | 28th of June, 2011

    The Amazon is in serious danger because one of the two chambers of the Brazilian parliament has decided to bin the laws currently protecting the forest. Congress has voted to remove the legal bulwarks protecting the Amazon rain forest from stripping by livestock farmers and... More
  • rainforest photography

    by Physi28 | 18th of June, 2011

    Just two weeks ago I came back from a 20 day trip in the peruvian amazon, beginning in the Andes cloud forest and ending in the flatland rainforest along the Madre de Dios river. The biodiversity is just amazing but the conditions for wildlife photography quite hard. You... More
  • Beautiful forest cabin!

    by Zhangyh | 6th of May, 2011

    In may, the trip along the middle and see a forest, there is a cottage with telephoto lenses, me off 200mm cameras, in the later used the cold tonal processing way, feel very interesting, and everyone shares together. See Article
  • Benefits Of Wood Fuel

    by Taina10 | 9th of March, 2011

    Wood fuel is cheaper -Wood is much less expensive than fossil fuels - and prices of fossil fuels are rising. Wood fuel is cleaner -Wood fuel is carbon neutral. -Carbon emissions can be reduced compared to fossil fuels. -Modern wood fuel combustion technologies... More
  • The last of the Asian Lions...

    by Vishwakiran | 10th of November, 2010

    I took the long awaited trip to the north western coast of India, armed with a 400mm lens to capture the endangered and majestic Lions of the Gir forest in Gujarat. This is the last place they are found in the wild, and boy, was it a sight ! I had to go at the crack... More
  • jiuzhaigou

    by Hupeng | 25th of June, 2010

    Jiuzhaigou is located in Jiuzhaigou County of the Aba Tibetan and Qiang Nationality Autonomous Prefectrue in Sichuan Province.An integration of green lakes,multi-layered waterfalls ,forests and snow-mountains with tibetan culture and customs. In 1992 it was listed by the... More
  • My newest toy

    by Patl | 14th of June, 2010

    I finally invested in Photoshop CS 5. It is the greatest and much more user friendly than my old version, CS 3. I took a few HDR photos to try it out (see them below). One is an HDR photo of a shripm boat that is sitting idle at a dock in Tarpon Springs, Florida on the... More
  • Missing summer

    by Andreygorlov | 12th of September, 2009

    I really miss summer...i really really do!I took a lot of nice picture at this part of the year and sales were really good for instead of people saying that summer is worth part for contributors..i'm not agree with you. I think summer, winter, it doesnt matter..Everything... More
  • Winter photo

    by Miklav | 9th of February, 2009

    Unusually for Belgium we've got real winter this year - it was lot's of snow and freezing all week in the beginning of the year. It was a nice sunny day when I went out to make a few pictures. It was -10 centigrade and I didn't have any issues with the camera at that temperature.... More
  • Fog. Not always as bad as it seems...

    by Southernstar71 | 30th of December, 2008

    About a year ago I moved to a part of Switzerland that is known for being foggy for four to six months a year. The sky during Winter here is almost constantly of a dull light grey, when it's not completely white, and the temperatures are almost always around zero degrees... More
  • Good sales

    by Cczbb | 22nd of September, 2008

    Today I was sold a pic. But it was the first pic that without model! Before today ,ALL the pictures that I sold was with my model. So I was very happy to sold this pic. Ha ha ..... The image as follows: See Article

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