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  • Chinese staff is too hard

    by Maocheng | 13th of November, 2013

    Although the Chinese have made great contributions to the world economy, but the Chinese staff is too hard.33632496 [/imgr]31603998 [/imgr] More
  • happy to join DT

    by Simonzhongzzl | 18th of April, 2013

    happy to join. Few years ago I planed to join.Today I take the action. upload more exellent pictures and hope you like them. work hard to upload more See Article
  • Stock photography, Hit or Miss

    by Linushutz | 10th of December, 2012

    Seems like some people are just cruising through the stock photography with ease, and some people like me are really struggling. Is it difficult for you as well? what are the challenges you go through mentally, physically? how much hours do you spend? how long have you... More
  • Underwater enterprises: diving for pleasure and business

    by Assignments | 4th of May, 2012

    Richard Carey joined our community in 2009 and brought to surface and to our attention a niche yet interesting underwater photography portfolio. A former scuba instructor, Richard may not be the typical microstocker we are all accustomed to but he discovered that his hobby... More
  • Three Years With DreamsTime and Three Milestones

    by Wisconsinart | 8th of January, 2012

    I joined DT in February 2009 and after three years and I have recently achieved three milestones in my stock career. Milestone One: 3,000 sales! I think the key from this accomplishment has come from trying different ideas and concepts. From business concepts to cooking... More
  • How I keep my digital files organized

    by Gmargittai | 18th of November, 2011

    I think this is a good subject to blog about. Capturing a photo these days is very cheap, all it takes is to press the button and a new photo is born. Due to this ease and low cost, the amount of files just keeps piling up. Having your files safe and well organized is... More
  • It just takes time

    by Mvogel | 12th of September, 2011

    This is for all of the newer DT contributors out there. I know it can be a frustratingly slow process at first. You have to get signed up, figure out how to submit photos, figure out what gets accepted and what does not, and figure out what sells and what does not. Then... More
  • If you fall off a horse...

    by Llareggub | 10th of August, 2011

    You should get straight back on, I had a really good month last month on DT with revenue up about 100% on my previous best month and I passed the 300 picture on line mark and got an acceptance rate of 85%. The end of the month certainly resulted in a celebratory beer and... More
  • Photography is hard work

    by Klicaqui | 15th of June, 2011

    June 10th I went climbimg Pico volcano in the Azores, here goes the story of that day. It all started at 2AM, we started climbing at that hour so that we could see the sunrise. At 1600m high my knee (had surgery) started to give away but the will to take photos at the... More
  • Dedicated DT staff !

    by Dittoingz | 26th of April, 2011

    I am here is 15:30, I was browsing some pictures on DT site and found two pictures that they have passed the audit. Think carefully, now the US time should be 2-3 am, our DT editors are really dedicated still working it, to thank them for their hard work! More
  • 200 uploads. My first milstone

    by Miele | 12th of November, 2010

    Here I am presenting my first milestone, I decided to dedicate it to my two hundredth photos accepted. Actually this is not a photo, but my first experiment of digital graphics. What better way to start ;-)! See Article
  • Eureka : lessons learned in reaching $1000 today.

    by Davidwatmough | 2nd of November, 2010

    This is not a boast although naturally I am pleased that today I reached earnings of $1000 and I haven't withdrawn a cent yet. I joined Dreamstime in the Spring of 2009 and it took a while to get the first image accepted. Then I believed wrongly that scenic images would sell... More
  • This, That, or The Other

    by Williamardrey | 17th of September, 2010

    I have decided to upgrade my basic equipment by Christmas, but don't know exactly what to do. I currently use an Olympus E-510 DSLR and I love the kinds of pictures it takes. However, the resolution of a lot of the pictures is not up to snuff when compared to some of the... More
  • Newest Member of the $1,000 Club: Thoughts on How You Can do it Too

    by Wisconsinart | 20th of August, 2010

    Today I have achieved the special milestone at DT of $1,000 in earnings overall. Here are some thoughts on how you can do it, too: First, a look behind the numbers. I joined DT February, 2009. You get excited with your first few sales but there really isn't much motivation... More
  • What not to do ... costly reminder

    by Bevanward | 6th of August, 2010

    I have for the first time in 20 years of using computers paid dearly for a backing up hiatus! Over 2,000 Australian dollars! I typically do complete backups irregularly to external hard disks prior to overseas travel and do not normally bother for domestic travel.... More
  • What's wrong with me?

    by Jlhope | 3rd of June, 2010

    I've joined in DT for almost one and a half month and now 32 uploads but no sale. What's worng with me? Maybe I 'd better work harder and try something new. See Article
  • Have you backed up your photos lately?

    by Komar | 3rd of January, 2010

    Ok, now that the party is over, the headache has gone and the room has stopped spinning, it’s time to get back to work, Yuk! I mean Yay! If you’re like me and never enforce a New Year’s resolution for longer than the time it takes to think of one, then it’s better... More
  • When 1-s turn to 0-s

    by Risto40 | 4th of October, 2009

    ...and today it happened... the thing we afraid most in the digital age - when ones become zeros. In other words - losing data on your hard drive. What happened: i just uninstalled a small program that changed my desktop wallpapers automatically. A bit later when accessing... More
  • How do you save your picture?

    by Linqong | 9th of March, 2009

    Computer's hard disk is also limited after all, But our image is getting bigger and bigger, more and more...How do you save your picture? Make our picture into the CD?I do not know how long it can keep...Perhaps Mobile harddisk is one solution, but its cost should be... More
  • Sports pictures

    by Asklar | 21st of February, 2009

    I have been on Dreamstime since last July and haven't had tremendous success with my uploads. I tend to get a lot of comments like "Image is out of focus" or "Too much noise". I have been trying to fix these issues but it is still proving hard. Although I have had my hardships... More

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