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China night landscape
posted by zhangle - 4th of april, 2014
The village is called Fenghuang, which is located in Hunan province, China. It is an ancient village, because it retains the thing of the past, its architectural style and folk customs have not changed, it is one of the original village,... More...
Excuse note
posted by kamell - 10th of march, 2014
Sorry for the absence of blog posts. I spent a little time in the Gambia. I did a lot of pictures and I had to prepare it to show in the Dreamstime. Photos of birds, people and views of the Gambia are already on Dreamstime.... More...
Navarra province of Spain - dream place for vacation
posted by antonio1962 - 19th of february, 2014
Situated in north of Spain, in the most occidental point of Pyrenees mountain range, alongside two undred and sixty kilometres of border with France. The variety geologic, human and bioclimatic is placed in three regions; mountain,... More...
Returning to Dreamstime
posted by amitai - 6th of february, 2014
It's been years, 6 years since I last managed to upload a picture to Dreamstime. Many reasons contributed to this fact. I will talk about two: 1. I hadn't been able to get away from my daily activities to photograph. Children,... More...
Learn to paint landscapes with Corel Painter X3
posted by anatomyofrockthe - 19th of january, 2014
Corel Painter X3 Class In the past, I have shared links to my YouTube videos in an effort to help DT artists who want to learn to make Stock Art with Corel Painter. I am now teaching an online landscape painting class which anyone... More...
Mountain Lanscapes
posted by davidemontalenti - 6th of january, 2014
Mountain landscapes... what other to say? Let's start with this new collection! The slopes of Mount Blanc Massif The steep granite peak of Mount Blanc Massif... More...
Maltese countryside
posted by spike28742 - 31st of december, 2013
Lately I have been around in the Maltese countryside taking some shots and could not help not noticing some of the signs such as these placed by people who most probably do not have the legal right to own the land. Some of the... More...
Himalayas
posted by pettys - 18th of december, 2013
You also love mountains and especially the highest, Himalayas ? I took the liberty to introduce you to several of my photos of the highest mountains of our planet. View from GOKYO RI 5360 m. MT EVEREST MT THMASERKU... More...
Finding Light in Nature
posted by enviux - 11th of december, 2013
In conversations with other photographers of varying degrees of experience, it usually does not take long to get to the topic of light and lighting. To be brutally honest with myself, I struggle with it. Especially when taking my outdoor... More...
Icelanditis
posted by ddkg - 19th of september, 2013
I spent seven days in Iceland this summer, and I think I've caught Icelanditis. This syndrome occurs when you get obsessed with the country and after some research, I have found that it is a frequent occurrence with visitors to that... More...
Why should photographers consider buying a Camper van ?
posted by davidwatmough - 12th of september, 2013
I was recently at Motormania a meeting of vintage cars and vehicles held on 1st September at Grantown on Spey in Scotland . There were over 300 interesting cars some very old and some relatively new. Among them was this Bedford Autosleeper... More...
First Post of Andreas Zerndl's Blog of Upper Franconia and the World
posted by andiz275 - 9th of august, 2013
Greetings everyone, two weeks ago I joined Dreamstime and brought some of my landscape and nature pictures from my portfolio with me. My first pictures were approved this week and I already sold my first picture, so I'm really happy... More...
Enter...Environments!
posted by dolimac - 30th of july, 2013
This image is what I hope will be the first among many attempts at creating landscapes and/or environments by me. Most of my freelance requests come from clients who want figurative/character-based t-shirt designs. This results in my... More...
how to make a good picture with photomerge. pt 2
posted by fallostupido - 21st of june, 2013
hello in these second blog I descrive quickly, the technique I used to make this photo of the Cathedral of my city Lecce (Italy). cannon 550d + Tamron 17-50mm f8 t 1/1000 iso 200 I'm am a beginners, so I gladly accept corrections... More...
New Collection: Cityscapes, Landscapes, Seascapes
posted by mrallen - 15th of june, 2013
Take a look at my new collection: Cityscapes, Landscapes, Seascapes This great collection contains over 300 images by over 30 contributors. Go to: http://www.dreamstime.com/collections_item.php?collectionid=20952&pg=1 Or... More...
Good Exposure for Landscape Photography
posted by illuminativisual - 3rd of june, 2013
The traditional triad of ISO, aperture and shutter speed is the determinant of exposure. Appropriate selection of these three parameters will ensure the optimum exposure to record a scene as desired. Selecting exposure settings that... More...
I love Photomerge; landscapes are my fondness
posted by fallostupido - 30th of may, 2013
hello everyone, I am very happy because every day that I take a picture and use photoshop, I always learn something new. during my last vacation in Italy (Vieste, Puglia) I was fascinated by the beauty of the coast. the view was... More...
How To Get Perfect Focus Every Time
posted by gwhughes - 22nd of may, 2013
Click here for the Video for this article: Some of the most interesting scenes are seascapes or landscapes that are tack sharp from right at your feet to the distant horizon. Here's how you can do it every time. First of all you... More...
Is there a better time to take pictures?
posted by tempestz - 29th of april, 2013
I guess this question depends on what your are capturing. We do know that early morning and late afternoon can lead to some great images, especially for landscape pictures. Case in point this image was captured as the Fall sun was... More...
Improving your landscape photography
posted by honkamaa - 21st of april, 2013
Hello there. Here are my top tips if you are a happy amateur who is thinking about getting a little bit more serious with landscape photography. 1. Get out of bed – You need to be on the field when the light is the best which... More...
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