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  • Highlight Tone Priority explained

    by Robinstockphotos | 17th of June, 2014

    Applies to: Canon EOS digital Rebel DSLR cameras, general concept applies to entire line of Canon DSLRs There is a lot of confusion regarding the highlight tone priority and how it works. The internet is full of misleading and completely weird information on the subject... More
  • Announcing My Newly Started NYC Collection

    by Cmoulton | 20th of August, 2013

    As an east coast girl (USA), one of my very favorite places within a few hours driving distance to go play around for a day is New York City. There's no other place like it, I'm sure, and I have the most amazing time whenever I go there. It's been nearly a year since I last... More
  • Why I love mountains

    by Mangroove | 13th of August, 2013

    Hello dreamtimers, What are Mountains? A mountain is a large landform that stretches above the surrounding land in a limited area, usually in the form of a peak. Ok So? What is so beautiful about those landforms? Why so many people love the mountains? Why hikers are... More
  • You always need to get a model release don't you ?

    by Davidwatmough | 7th of August, 2013

    I wish when I started here as a newbie that I understood the answer to this question. I didn't know for a long time about Editorial pictures. It certainly slowed me down trying to avoid getting people in my images. Clearly you cannot run after the Queen or Prime Minister... More
  • My first $100 *smile*

    by Cglightning | 23rd of June, 2012

    (sorry for my english, i hope you will understand my writing *g* ;o) ) i have only 40 uploads in my Portfolio, because i do 3D-Grafics and that needs lots of time. My first pictures are uploaded 12/12/2010 and it is allways a highlight, when there was a sale ;o) Today... More
  • HDR Cookbook, how to and Topaz Labs

    by Bitesize | 4th of April, 2012

    I heard about HDR, High Dynamic Range while at a seminar. Some photographers favoured this technique, while others didn't. I like HDR more for the creative scene than for general photography and decided to give it a try. I bought Photomatix and my first few attempts... More
  • A different way to sharpen

    by Birksphotography | 25th of January, 2012

    There are several ways to sharpen your images. Some of these techniques re good and others not so much. I have found that using the unsharp mask filter is ok but can lead to an even more noisy image if overdone. So after doing a little searching I found a technique that... More
  • Splash Photography — How To Shoot A Splash Scene

    by Midosemsem | 14th of November, 2011

    Splash photography is challenging and a lot of fun. The reason – it requires some precise coordination, the results are wonderful and you are going to have a lot of fun practicing some coordination with your assistant while witnessing some... More
  • Get High to Change Your Point of View!

    by Deniskelly | 14th of June, 2011

    Want to see the world from a different point of view? Then get high! I'm not referring to using psychoactive substances, but to the simple act of climbing to somewhere high so that you can look down on the world. To get these pictures I took the lift and 108 steps to the... More
  • From BME to bust in 2 short weeks

    by Mvogel | 11th of June, 2011

    Last month was my BME in terms of sales and revenue so I ended the month on a high. Two weeks later I am once again holding my head in my hands as my sales have disappeared. Oh the ups and downs of the business. Hopefully the second half of the month will make up for the... More
  • New collections of HDR photos

    by Patl | 25th of April, 2011

    I have been shooting a loy f HDR latley. It is fun and fasinating, I Have created a new clooection. Check it out and let me know what you think,,,, HDR collection See Article
  • 4th year off to a great bang

    by Ratmandude | 31st of March, 2011

    Ok so it's a little less than a month since my last post, and I am happy to announce yet another milestone has been realized. In November last year when I hit the sales mark of my highest level ever, I thought, that would be a long time before I see another month like... More
  • How to get a perfect dynamic range (Exposure Blending)

    by Deechhom | 16th of March, 2011

    Here I am going to explain a method which can give you a perfect Dynamic Range. I am going to focus on exposure blending. Why this method? "Because this method gives me the most accurate color rendition which I saw on the actual site." I don't say that you should not... More
  • High speed photography

    by Diavata | 10th of March, 2011

    About one year ago, I came across a website with beautiful images of splashes. I immediately knew I wanted to do this too! However, I was a macro photographer, withy zero experience of studio and/or flash photography. So, I had no idea what I needed, to create these a... More
  • List of comments

    by Cristalloid | 22nd of November, 2010

    From time to time I get noticed in the management-area that I have new comments.... if I click onto this button the list of comments occurs... but I can't see which comment is new, especially which comment I haven't read already... is there a way to make new comments higlighted?... More
  • Best month by far...

    by Fultonsphoto | 1st of November, 2010

    October was by far my best month since joining DT. I had a number of sales of the same image which took it to level 5, with a total number of 73 sales for the month and revenue of $134.14 this was by far my bumper month so far. Thanks to all the buyers, you definately made... More
  • White Backgrounds-Here's another quick way to do it!

    by Nansaidh | 7th of April, 2010

    You've photographed your subject against a white background, but it still isn't quite as white as it needs to be, here's what you do. In photoshop go to Image adjust>Curves>when the box pops up go to the top right hand side and pull the diagonal line to the left, voila!... More
  • lucky 888

    by Defun | 9th of March, 2010

    7, is a lucky number of some western countries, but in China, many people like 8 more than 7. '8' means 'make a fortune' in China. Today, my uploads reach a lucky number, 888. And it is really lucky that I just got a P-EL sale, 50 credits (2010) , a... More
  • My highest revenue for a sale! :)

    by Annieyek | 9th of March, 2010

    Today I am so happy to have a sale with the highest revenue! (Tiff version, 20 credits, $12.00). Here is the image: What is your highest revenue for a sale? Thanks all who likes my images. See Article
  • One shot from last year

    by Cristalloid | 26th of February, 2010

    Recently I got the MR for the shown image. My friend and I were mountaineering in the Bernese Highlands in Switzerland. This shot was done about 150 meters away from the summit of Monch, a 4000-meter-peak, we are standing on the last ridge to summit, that was 40 to 30 cm... More

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