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  • The best is yet to be.......

    by Upwardway38 | 24th of April, 2014

    Grow old along with me. The best is yet to be........(Robert Browning) I am a huge fan of the ads that use emotions to sell their product. One good photo in an advertisement appealing to something I'm nostalgic for, gives me a pretty positive feeling about a product... More
  • Detian Grand Waterfalls

    by Showins | 22nd of March, 2014

    Detian Grand Waterfalls spans across China and Vietnam on the border of Daxing County, Guangxi, China. It is the largest waterfalls in Asia and the second-largest one in the world. More
  • Vacation at Gran Canaria islands

    by Hamik | 23rd of October, 2013

    Hi, I have spent my almost autumn vacation at Gran Canaria islands on island Gran Canaria. There is a beautiful place for spend nice holidays. Hot weather on the end of September was 30 - 32 degrees Celsius and there is a lot of places for take a photo. Few example of... More
  • Abruzzo mountains in Italy

    by Buffy1982 | 26th of June, 2012

    The spectacular Gran Sasso mountains, the highest of the Apennine peaks, and the Campo Imperatore, a vast, high mountain plateau sometimes called Italy's "little Tibet" are frequent film and television backdrop. The area is nowadays part of the National Park of the Gran Sasso... More
  • Photography listing

    by Bandera | 14th of March, 2012

    My photos that were granted after 48 hours or more are not visible in search engine results, why is it so? Does some photos need more time to appear on a search engine? And why is like that? I think that I did something wrong, and I do not know what. More
  • Grand Canyon collection

    by Erinpackardphotography | 15th of November, 2011

    I've started a Grand Canyon collection. More specifically, Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. I'm looking for images that are not the average photo taken from the rim but more dynamic. There are thousands of photos of the Grand Canyon and I want to narrow it down to... More
  • Pomegranate fruit

    by Janeedward | 29th of October, 2011

    Pomegranate fruit has gained a great deal of popularity over the years. Originally from the Middle East and Asia, the pomegranate fruit is also known by the name Granada or the Chinese apple. These days, the fruit is mostly grown is India, Africa and the United States. The... More
  • Quotes for Earth Day - Friday

    by Laroach | 22nd of April, 2011

    Yes, it's Earth Day! For me celebrating Earth Day is a double-edged sword. It saddens me to think of how much beauty we have destroyed on our precious planet. But I rejoice whenever I experience the immense scale of nature, its creativity and the magnificent isolation of... More
  • I need advice on photographing children

    by Deedeedixon | 23rd of November, 2010

    Please give me any advice on how to get stock quality photographs of my grandchildren. We live in the country and sit with the kids about 2 weekends a month. I have many opportunities to photgraph them in great settings. My problem is that they either are too busy to pause... More
  • Mauritius Naval Battle of Grand Port Bicentenary Anniversary

    by Municolash | 23rd of August, 2010

    Mauritius is celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Naval Battle of 1810 at Grand Port which was a battle between the British and the French. The French won on August 28 1810, their only naval battle against the British during the Napoleon period. Back then, Mauritius was... More
  • The grandparent in the illustrations

    by Ciska76 | 1st of March, 2010

    Also the grandparent belong to my illustrations, because, as children, they inspire me tenderness and lovely ideas for my jobs More
  • Grandma in action!

    by Justmeyo | 12th of February, 2010

    A few days ago I thought to introduce a new model in my gallery.The assignments were a good reason and a good theme to make my wife's grandmother's pictures.I knew she love to knit and many years she knitted a lot of clothes for grandchildren. The concept were a grandmother... More
  • Photography in the Veins?

    by Russelllinton | 23rd of January, 2010

    I'll try to avoid turning this into one of those ego-stroking bios some professionals go into. You know, those really "deep" "meaningful" pitches about how great an artist they are. Those blurbs peppered with artistic styles, names, favorite painters, their lifelong inspirations... More
  • A Heart And A Bird

    by Littlelion | 11th of January, 2010

    Creating microstock art is, as Mr. Gump would say, "like a box of chocolate, you never know what you’re gonna get". Translating this philosophy to the microstock market means that I never know where my designs end up being used. The rule is not having a clue whatsoever... More
  • Assignments works

    by Indos82 | 9th of October, 2009

    Hi all. Today my illustrations became assignment files. They are drawn by a hand. The left work shows as easily the grandmother copes with various things on kitchen. On the right illustration the grandmother with the grandson building sand towers is drawn. I hope... More
  • missed oportunity

    by Psalm113v9 | 21st of March, 2009

    There is nothing sweeter than a child exploring the natural world. and I forgot my camera!! Last week it rained several days in a row, it was very warm and my 2 year old granddaughter was driving her mom nuts being cooped up in the house. So we took her outside to play... More
  • Grand Canyon in China

    by Eprom | 3rd of March, 2008

    Every one know famous grand canyon in America. less people know the grand canyon in China. 2 years ago I take a travel in Tibet of China. It is a wonderful place. And is hard to give expression by word. From the photos, you can see some people live in the grand canyon. Can... More
  • Catching The Beauty Of Gran Canaria

    by Maigi | 12th of December, 2007

    I'll be with my family in Gran Canaria next month and I was wondering maybe someone can suggest me some great nature locations in the southern part of the island? Some great tips what to pay attention when shooting on sandy beaches would be useful too. How to protect camera?... More
  • A Newbie with lots of questions!

    by Cjmartin | 17th of September, 2007

    I have recently discovered the world of stock photos and every site is a little different in setting up your account and requires different qualities of photos. Dreamstime seems to me to be the most professional and the most difficult to get a photo accepted. I recently... More
  • Taking Things for Granted

    by Thefinalmiracle | 21st of August, 2007

    I have always been possessive about my music instruments, vehicles, computer and cameras. But still a person like me being careless is something no one around me will believe, but I did end up in a huge trouble lately which made me pay a price. My day starts at 10 in the... More

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