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  • Impaling: Dracula's torture method

    by Mihocphoto | 11th of March, 2016

    Vlad the Impaler is one of the most famous and respected rulers in Romanian history. However abroad, he is known under the name Dracula. The Irish author Bram Stoker is the one who made him famous all over the world through the novel with the same name: Dracula. The mysterious... More
  • Village Minge, Lithuania

    by Milllda | 11th of March, 2016

    Minge is old small fisherman's village located in Silute Region on river Minija. Village is part of Nemunas Delta Regional Park and he is unique in Lithuania as the main "road" is river. For this reason it call - Lithuanian Venice. Beautiful place for rest in all times of... More
  • One sale & waiting for more

    by Banubalaji77 | 11th of March, 2016

    I started with DT last October with a great hope in Stock Photography. Till now I have 21 approved images and 1 sale. But I hope to make more sales in DT.    See Article
  • 20 000 images online!

    by Paparazzofamily | 10th of March, 2016

    Hi everyone! It is time to celebrate - again! I finally reached the 20 000 images in my portfolio! This is my next milestone on the way to the cherished goal. Thank you, Dreamstime, for shearing my sport photos with the world! This is the last image:  ... More
  • The Greylag Goose

    by Physi28 | 10th of March, 2016

    The Greylag Goose (Anser anser) is the european wild form of our domestic goose. This is an extremely intelligent, social bird which has played an important role in the relation of man and domestic animals. Everybody will remember the wonderful story (hundred per cent true... More
  • Pudong Shanghai for 18 hours passing

    by Leonwang302 | 9th of March, 2016

    I took plane from Hongkong Airport to Vancouver Canada and passed by Shanghai Pudong international Airport on Feb 25th 2016.but I had to staying in Pudong airport until next day at 1pm. so I decided to take some time to visit downtown Shanghai.   I took the Cifu train... More
  • My first encouraging 20 sales

    by Primesh7 | 9th of March, 2016

    I did only a very small work in this year and the 20 sales seem very encouraging and looking for to post more images and more sales .....      See Article
  • What I think about the difference of Sigma Sigma 50mm and 105mm

    by Thammarsten | 9th of March, 2016

    What I think about the difference of Sigma Sigma 50mm and 105mm macro lenses is that with Sigma EX 105 / 2,8 DG OS HSM Macro avoids the insects fly away when you do not have to go so close to the object. After that you get a little more Dof dots out of focus when shooting... More
  • Sigma EX 105/2,8 DG OS HSM Macro 1:1 for Nikon

    by Thammarsten | 9th of March, 2016

    So happy with my Sigma EX 105 / 2,8 DG OS HSM Macro has-made a number of photo shoots in different environments and this is freehand, and I'm amazed at how well I have been with this amazing lens is an affordable lens . Well worth taking a look at, to be an interesting... More
  • "The Ugly Duckling": another complete project for art-buyers!

    by Korat_cn | 9th of March, 2016

      Just finished and all illustrations approved! A new complete project ready-to-print for art buyers. It's a picture book about the fairy tale "the ugly duckling", a fable for little children in 28 illustrations and a cover.   Because traditional tales are always... More
  • International Women's Day

    by Debratos | 8th of March, 2016

    It's International Women's Day and I'm proud to say that I have been fortunate enough to participate. As a woman, and one with a visual disability, I have proven success to myself and others. I hope I can be inspirational to others who might be struggling and unsure of their... More
  • Whale sharks

    by Thorken | 8th of March, 2016

    I have been planning to go to see whale sharks for two years. There are for sure in Nabire (Papua, Indonesia), but to get there is not so easy. The city is small and it´s airport is even smaller. The plain tickets are expensive also because there are just two possibilities... More
  • Beautiful spring blossom

    by Lana4kask | 8th of March, 2016

    Spring is wonderful and beautiful time of the year.   Although in our warm region in the south of Russia, there is no real winter, we always look forward to the spring bloom. The very first, in February blooming Acacia dealbata, we call it mimosa.   And these early... More
  • Getting the most out of a photo shoot

    by Jweston | 7th of March, 2016

    Hi DT'ers I, like many others have recently been making a significant effort to improve my downloads. There doesn't seem to be an one size fits all answer, but effort in does equal reward out, as with most things in life that are worth doing. A friend and I often plan... More
  • Let me show you Lisbon

    by Josegoulao | 6th of March, 2016

    Let me take you for a guided tour in Lisbon, Portugal. Not through the most well known areas and monuments, but specially walking by its old and popular quarters, outsider and inside its churches, in a small trip in the river, climbing and descending its seven hill using... More
  • Getting ready for spring

    by Info70962 | 5th of March, 2016

    As the buds on the trees come out here in BC which is unreal having just recently moved from Quebec where the snow is still falling the animals come out and become more active. I set out to capture the amazing hummingbirds.         I have gone from shooting... More
  • 50th Sale, 350 photos Online. My Top 3 Sellers

    by Jgolby | 5th of March, 2016

    Also my first blog post so there's another milestone! I'm really pleased to have reached my 50th sale, I was close to getting there with only 200 files online which would have been a great achievement in terms of sales/uploads but I'm still very happy, also with the new content... More
  • Colorful Huascarán during sunset

    by Apers | 5th of March, 2016

    Standing on the remains of an enormous landslide (1970) near Yungay, north of Huaraz (Peru), I took this picture. I was still trying to grasp the impact of the landslide (70000 casualties) when the Huascarán, one of the highest mountains of Peru, started to glow due to the... More
  • Taking pictures in dangerous countries

    by Leswrona | 4th of March, 2016

            At the end of 2012, when the world was supposed to end, I traveled to Central America’s Norther Triangle region which consists of El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala. This region is known for the extreme level of organized crime and gang violence. Not... More
  • Bushels and bushels of colorful veggies and Big flavor

    by Cmoulton | 4th of March, 2016

        Spring is coming to the northern hemisphere, and with it, the farmer's markets will soon return in abundance. I'm so excited to be able to go out wander the markets, and the farms, and the roadside stands in the sunshine again collecting a rainbow of tempting and... More

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