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  • Copyright and infographics

    by Rderven | 23rd of May, 2014

    As editor of the website http:www.start-a-business-faq.com I would like to use some of the fine iconographic templates that I see for sale. The typical template I am talking about is beautifully designed, perhaps has point 1 through 9 in a circle and in place of real... More
  • Dreamstime Is The Best

    by Cheese365 | 29th of November, 2013

    I may still be new to DT but... after trawling other similar sites I have decided DT is definitely the best! With DT you get; Help and support from members via comments. This is really useful and informative. Referrals system - just great! Easy to use site - even... More
  • Jpeg 8 or 16 bit?

    by FabioConcetta | 29th of October, 2013

    Hello to all! I ask you a very simple but very useful information, do you think you can send the Jpeg 16-bit instead of 8 bit? The quality would be much higher! Thank you for your answers! See Article
  • Question?

    by Augustinasg | 26th of October, 2013

    Hello, I have a question and I would be very grateful if you could give me advice - is it worth to submit exclude my portfolio from all third-party partnerships? See Article
  • 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
  • Story of Palm Oil... & Me

    by T4nkyong | 16th of October, 2012

    I used to be a wastewater engineer, visiting palm oil mills to carry out tests on their wastewater and determine if the amout of biogas/methane/greenhouse gas is sufficient for my organsiation to develop a Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project there. Things were going... More
  • Keywording with an "S"

    by MorganOliver | 26th of August, 2012

    I've often wondering this question and have tired analyzing which keywording works best. 1- Do you put a singular keyword as well as the pluerize version in your list? for this example, chair, chairs, row, rows, seat, seats.... More
  • What do they want?

    by Thegreekphilosopher | 12th of June, 2012

    Hello I am very new here and I have been wandering what kind of photos sell and in general get accepted. From personal experience I'd rule out sunset photos. I would love to hear your most honest opinion. (i could not upload my rejected sunset photo,damn) More
  • Keywords are so important!

    by Cleaper | 9th of March, 2012

    We all know how time consuming keywording can be, but it really is a vital stage of uploading that should be given just as much thought as the taking of and the processing of the image. Yesterday, I had a spare hour and so thought I would look at some of my images to see... More
  • keywords

    by Morgancapasso | 30th of November, 2011

    keywords I was wondering how you will act for entering keywords and titles of your images, especially when it comes to a series of images quite similar to each other or who are from the session with a similar concept. In general I write a description and keywords on... More
  • EDITORIAL PHOTO

    by Akulamatiau | 20th of September, 2011

    Finally, my editorial photo submission was approved.My first attempt was refused. After some research, I found out I need to write in the description box; 1. The name of the place where its was taken 2. Date when the photo was taken 3.... More
  • Where is the license information?

    by Ozmedia | 25th of June, 2011

    I am selling my photos in several agencies and people are buying my photos. Ok... My question is where is the license information? Is it added to photo or just an agreement between seller and buyer? I've used tineye reverse image search for my pics and got some results.... 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
  • I found it!

    by Almaterra | 28th of March, 2011

    Today, I was looking at TV news....and then I found it! One of my photos is on this page and I am very happy. Have an excellent week! See Article
  • Seperate elements or collections?

    by Robisklp | 8th of December, 2010

    Hello everyone, I wanted to share this info with those who upload collections of vector elements or photos in one file. This concerns dreamstime agency the most. For example if you upload a collection of vector 3d web icons like this one Think about a buyer who wants... More
  • I apologize!

    by Imaengine | 6th of October, 2010

    I need to begin this article by apologizing to whom ever DT contributor(s) I did any harm through the requests I sent for self-promoting my assignment file, asking for your vote: I apologize!! Secondly, I need to ask all of you that got my vote request these past two days... More
  • First timer with a lot of questions.

    by Edthehead123 | 14th of September, 2010

    This is my first blog and also my first time trying to sell any of my photography. I am looking for advise, constructive criticism, and maybe some words of encouragement. I would like to know how what type of shots sell, how to take them, and any sort of information on this... More
  • Interesting Facts About Moon Photography

    by Noonie | 31st of August, 2010

    Interesting article by Randy Miller from the Old Farmer's Almanac: One-hundred-fifty years ago, on the night of September 1, 1849, the nearly full Moon appeared over the town of Canandaigua, New York. At 10:30 P.M., Samuel D. Humphrey slid a highly polished, silver-... More
  • Learning Curve

    by Williamardrey | 5th of August, 2010

    I'm learning so much from reading other contributors' blogs. I almost feel like I should be paying for this. One contributor summed it up nicely by saying it's quality that will get you noticed and as someone else said: everyone can improve. I think that will be my... More
  • Mona Lisa Beets and other tales

    by Adeliepenguin | 2nd of May, 2010

    I started uploading to Dreamstime about a year ago. Like many of you, I have a day job that doesn’t involve using a camera. Thus, I set my goals easy…15-20 uploads a month, with no expectations of sudden wealth. So far I think I am doing okay. My mother says... More

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