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Jpeg 8 or 16 bit?
posted 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!
Question?
posted 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?
Story of Palm Oil... & Me
posted 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... More...
What do they want?
posted 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... More...
Where is the license information?
posted 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... More...
I found it!
posted 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!
First timer with a lot of questions.
posted 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... More...
Interesting Facts About Moon Photography
posted 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... More...
Mona Lisa Beets and other tales
posted 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... More...
Arbor Day and May Day
posted by noonie - 29th of april, 2010
We have some more "Days" upon us. Here is some info about the special dates from "The Old Farmer's Almanac". April 30—National Arbor Day As editor of the Nebraska City News, Julius Sterling Morton proposed the first statewide... More...
The Technical Aspects of Photography
posted by petarneychev - 15th of april, 2010
1. You can have the latest and greatest product of any technology but what good is it if you don't know how to operate or use it? 2. The vast majority of today's equipment still functions on the basis of (very) old and well-known... More...
Photography LINKS
posted by maigi - 26th of september, 2009
Whoo, there's so much information about photography in the Internet, that sometimes it's very hard to think out, where to start the studies. Great blogs, great articles, great tuts. Everywhere. Have you ever wished that there would... More...
Metadata
posted by maigi - 25th of august, 2009
What is metadata? Metadata is an information that describes, explains, locates, or otherwise makes it easier to retrieve, use, or manage an information resource. Metadata is often called data about data or information about information.... More...
Hungary's spotlight - New lights of Budapest
posted by aginger - 25th of june, 2009
As I promised before, I'd like to keep your eyes on beautiful details of Hungary. Today's spotlight is the shortest, green bridge of Budapest, the renovated Liberty (Szabadság) Bridge. It was under reconstruction almost 2 years long,... More...
Hungary's spotlight - The Esterházy palace in Fertőd
posted by aginger - 4th of may, 2009
Good day! As I promised before, I'm ready to share some information with you about my photos and destinations. :) Today let's start in a small town of Hungary, called Fertőd. 25 kilometers far from Sopron, there was a little village... More...
Twitter, Face Book, My Space, Learn More Photography, Learn More Digital Imaging, Stay Creative
posted by patballard - 22nd of march, 2009
The flood of information and tools needed to have successful microstock sales has been overwhelming me at the moment. Add into all of that the need to keep learning more about photography and digital imaging, plus the need to keep progressing... More...
Adobe Max is round the corner
posted by creativei - 25th of june, 2008
Adobe Max just round the corner Dear All, Its Adobe Max Time again, This reminds me of how time passes, I feel like it was just days when I was rubbing shoulders with adobe gurus and experts in Barcelona, well its time again to... More...
Beautiful California
posted by mattography - 16th of june, 2008
As many of you know, California is one of the most beautiful places on earth, containing some of the most visually pleasing areas and landmarks in America such as the Golden Gate Bridge and Disneyland. However, there are lesser known... More...
The First Information About My Photo Usage
posted by black-white - 12th of june, 2008
Great! I was very happy to receive an information about my photo usage from Science334 several days ago. He told me that the picture of mine named Heavy Industrial Park will be adopted in the forthcoming Liberal Studies textbooks... More...
More incoming
posted by cool79 - 14th of march, 2008
Entering the Dreamstime site I was wondering how DT statistics looks like based on information: how many images getting online per day/month, how many users and photographers are registering on site per day/month. Since those information... More...
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