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  • Backgrounds and textures

    by Digikhmer | 27th of July, 2011

    It has been harder that I thought to upload background or texture pictures. Among the three picture that I submitted, only this one is approved. The others has been rejected with reason. I must admit that they are no good at all on the edge etc.. Only this nylon texture... More
  • Daily post

    by Honkamaa | 20th of July, 2011

    Got 10 more photos approved yesterday (3 rejected). Good ratio for me since I was at about 35% approval rare earlier but now I am more serious about this. :) I have 26 photos online now so really closing in on my 50 photos goal. Still 7 photos waiting for approval, most... More
  • Backgrounds are hot

    by Mvogel | 29th of June, 2011

    I have only recently taken on creating illustrations as a way of expanding my portfolio. I have quite a few backgrounds in my portfolio and some of them have a high number of views and a few have generated sales very shortly after going on-line. Below are some of my recent... More
  • How to make interesting fruit backgrounds

    by Matijakeber | 21st of April, 2011

    I tried a new thing this afternoon and I thought i should share it. So the idea was to make close up of juicy, translucent fruit. So here's what I did: 1. I chopped a lemon, 2. put the pieces on a piece of glass, that was near the floor, 3. put some white papers on the... More
  • New images approved!

    by Enricoagostoni | 25th of February, 2011

    Finally my two new illustrations are approved: made with Photoshop and 3d studio max. I'm very happy for this! Yes... I love space and sci-fi. if you want, you can see this collection: SPACE & SCI-FI More
  • In 2011, the first was the 15th day of a month

    by Kk8737 | 15th of January, 2011

    In the course of the year, I hope everyone has a very good sales, and also hope that I have a good development, See Article
  • Ways to get one homemade reflex plate

    by Uptall | 14th of January, 2011

    Homemade reflex plate required below materials: 1.Scissors. 2. Big transparent tape. 3. Cardboard or foam board 4. Reflective cloth or tin foil. The commissions.the special reflective cloth, tin foil relatively easily broken. Making method is very simple: 1. Used... More
  • Depth of field use skill

    by Uptall | 27th of December, 2010

    Photography often speak depth of field namely practical to focus clearly focusing area before and after can. If when shooting at some point, the focus to focus a distance before then turned to a distance of all objects are clear, the paragraph is clear area where depth of... More
  • This is a picture of the week sales

    by Kk8737 | 21st of December, 2010

    I'm so glad that this year's sales of pictures, I am also trying to take some pictures so I have good grades this year Also I wish everyone Merry Christmas See Article
  • Give free water with a tweet #tweetwater

    by Rmarinello | 17th of November, 2010

    Just a small post to spread the word about the new valuable campaign started by Tyler Olson of Microstock Group: Give free water with a tweet #tweetwater Check Topic: #tweetwater Give free water with a tweet on twitter to know more about the good cause of charity: water... More
  • My First Model

    by Fiifre | 9th of November, 2010

    I read on stock-photography blogs that models sell better than most other type of pictures. So I said to myself, lets give it a try. I asked my second half if she agreed and she did... Feel free to comment or give advice on how to sell stock, as I'm always looking for... More
  • There is Christmas time!

    by Wad | 22nd of October, 2010

    Some fresh Christmas backgrounds See Article
  • Pure White Backgrounds: What a leason I learned!

    by MorganOliver | 21st of October, 2010

    Of course isolating an object on a white background, I always try to touch-up on Photoshop. I'm still learning all of Photoshop's amazingly helpful touch-up functions but this one is the latest lesson learned. Only after my "Budget" picture was posted on my portfolio did... More
  • third (P-EL) pictures sold

    by Paologozzi | 14th of October, 2010

    And today...I was surprised by the 3rd (P-EL) picture sold in 3 days (and I'm still really thankful to the buyer!) and suddenly few second after a similar picture was sold this time was a simple subscription but...made me happy ! More
  • A few Halloween pumpkins

    by Wad | 26th of September, 2010

    I hope you enjoy! See Article
  • Aluminium Silver Background

    by Plinghoo | 23rd of September, 2010

    After almost 4 years here and I m writing my first blog. I don't know why i missed this fun part of DT for so long, may be I just care to upload and work forgot the fun and enjoy. I wonder blogging here will increase sales? I shall see. I also just created my... More
  • Collection "Abstract, grunge backgrounds."

    by Borysshevchuk | 21st of September, 2010

    From my last 10 uploadings 4 are abstract background. Recently I have created a collection "Abstract, grunge backgrounds", with which constantly I expand. Now in a collection 122 files and 21 user. Collection Abstract, grunge backgrounds. More
  • first time my free image approved!

    by Huating | 15th of September, 2010

    I think donating images is very important, it´s a good promotion for the other images in the portfolio. it is the first time here my free image approved! these two pic taken on a market when i back hometown on Oct. 2009 holiday! More
  • New Halloween series

    by Wad | 8th of September, 2010

    New series of Halloween backgrounds for your design :) See Article
  • About SUBJECT and OBJECT/BACKGROUND

    by Mikefoto | 30th of July, 2010

    In essence as photographer you must separate image subject from the overall image and the context in which the subject is put or found (object/background). The following is just a guidline to achiving this, and also for ensuring useful and commercially viable visuals.... More

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