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  • India Now

    by Ellenboughn | 22nd of April, 2008

    Often photos of India show the poorer side of life. It is true that photojournalism has done much to alleviate the state of the poor by exposing their plight to the world. Too often though we fail to photograph evidences of positive economic growth and modernization of ancient... More
  • Hell in Paradise

    by Alexandr822 | 12th of January, 2016

    My previous blog article was about amazing tropical beautiful views you can find at Maldives and pictures you can take here. Some people call this place Heaven on earth, Paradise, sunny side of life and so on. Maldives it is one of the top honeymoon destinations. It is... More
  • New Years Resolutions 2016 (Part Two)

    by Angelaostafichuk | 1st of January, 2016

    Happy New Years everyone from China to Canada! New Year's Resolutions! Let’s get started. 1. Don’t be afraid to take pictures. So many of us hold back thinking that we’re not amazing, or our stuff isn’t good for others to see, but that’s silly. Practice is... More
  • While You Are Waiting For Your Alaska Cruise Ship

    by Popsidoodle | 8th of December, 2015

    Welcome to beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. Gateway to your Alaska cruise. While you are waiting to board your ship you will find yourself "under the sails" at Canada Place.      Canada Place was opened in 1986 as the Canada Pavilion for the World Exposition,... More
  • I Should Have Used A FLASH (Beatles Parody)

    by Popsidoodle | 1st of December, 2015

    I Should Have Used A Flash (To the tune of I Want To Hold Your Hand by The Beatles) Oh yeah I, take stock pictures, But they are all so dark, When I, take stock pictures, I should have used a FLASH I should have used a FLASH I should have used a FLASH Oh please,... More
  • Things to see and do in Juneau, Alaska

    by Sunfire | 13th of November, 2015

        It was a cold morning; colder than I’ve ever experienced before. I was standing, waiting in line with a few members of my family (my parents and my brother-in-law) all of us ready, dressed for cold and with special footwear that goes over our boots to help us walk... More
  • Travel Photography: Ketchikan, Alaska

    by Sunfire | 28th of September, 2015

    In the last article I wrote about downtown Seattle and some of its attractions. From there we boarded the cruise to our first stop, Ketchikan.   Ketchikan is a small city named after the Ketchikan Creek, which flows through the town, emptying into the Tongass Narrows... More
  • Vintage Cars

    by Rajansingh | 1st of August, 2015

    Cruise the Gut July 18, 2015 Vancouver, Washington. A free event for spectators, no registration required for vehicles . People start showing at 6.a.m milling around and finding spot to hang all day.                              More
  • 7 Tips for Taking Better Sports Action Shots

    by Designroast | 16th of July, 2015

    Mastering sports photography and action shots in general can be a frustrating task. With moving targets, sometimes less-than-ideal lighting conditions, and money shots that only last for a split second before they disappear, action photography is really challenging. Here... More
  • Getting Started with Strobe Lighting

    by Karenfoleyphotography | 29th of June, 2015

    Natural light. I often hear photographers say they ONLY work with natural or available light. To me, that means one of two things. They have either found a way to channel the creative genius of Ansel Adams – or they have yet to master the art of the strobe.   ... More
  • The camera can create amazing images, even for the visually impaired

    by Debratos | 17th of June, 2015

    We all can attest to the beauty that the camera allows us to reproduce, just look over the hundreds of thousands of images you all have contributed here on Dreamstime. We can find photos of beautiful people, colorful flowers, spectacular sunsets, mouth watering food and so... More
  • Bird Photography on a Budget (Part 4)

    by Matthewcuda | 7th of June, 2015

    This week I am wrapping up the "Bird Photography on a Budget" series with a conversation about flashes. I often see postings online that say "I prefer to not use flash on wildlife" and another might say "Flash scares the birds so I don't use flash." I am going to specifically... More
  • Photos That Bring Back Memories

    by Steveacer | 8th of May, 2015

    The other day I saw some old classic cars that brought back some good memories for me.   The car in the background is an Austin 1100 and was the first car that I ever drove.   The Ford Escort MK1 was the car that I passed my test in at 17.   My families... More
  • Holy Week Stained Glass - Last Supper on Maundy Thursday

    by Jorisvo | 29th of March, 2015

    The following are a selection of stained glass windows from various churches around the world depicting the Last Supper on Maundy Thursday                       More
  • Offering of Flowers, Fallas (Valencia, Spain)

    by Angelaciudad | 11th of March, 2015

    For two days during the 4 day of the Fallas festival, the citizens of Valencia and the whole autonomous region, offer their bouquets to the Virgin dressed up with their best and always colourful traditional dresses. At the end of the parade, all is completely decorated with... More
  • Summer funny cat with sunglasses

    by Buffy1982 | 6th of March, 2015

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  • Stained Glass windows - Nativity at Christmas

    by Jorisvo | 26th of January, 2015

    Ten windows, one theme: a selection of my best Nativity stained glass:                     More
  • Stained Glass windows - Easter

    by Jorisvo | 24th of January, 2015

    In 2015, Easter will be celebrated on Sunday, April 5. Hereby a chronological selection of stained glass windows from various churches in Europe, all related to Easter (many more can be found in my portfolio): Last Supper on Maundy Thursday:         Crucifixion... More
  • Royal Enfield Classic – The Classic bikes on road

    by Autoportalindia | 6th of January, 2015

    Royal Enfield is one of the oldest names in the motorcycle industry all over the world. Their bikes are highly regarded for ruggedness and power oriented high performance. The thumping sound coming from a Royal Enfield definitely makes many heads turn around on the roads.... More
  • 200 sells !

    by Bennymarty | 8th of December, 2014

    Hello everyone, After 7 months from my first access to Dreamstime, I've reached my first 200 sells and 1370 pictures online :) I've very happy to get to this first goal and hope to keep following this way :) Here some of my best selling:... More

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