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  • Which to shoot RAW or JPEG?

    by Aughty | 4th of December, 2008

    Since shooting stock for DT, I have been on a learning curve. Learning about ISO, DOF, Dynamic Range, Histograms and tons of other fun stuff that makes me feel more like a technician of imagery than a photographer. I deal with reality (photography) first and that’s... More
  • The struggle to make seamless patterns

    by Sukro | 1st of December, 2008

    I have beens struggling for some time...I had set my mind to creating seamless patterns, but I found out that seamless patterns are really REALLY hard to make. I finally stumbled over a really cool tutorial, written by someone who mananaged to explain seamless patterns... More
  • Full Body Isolation - A Quick Tutorial

    by Photoshow | 16th of October, 2008

    So anyone who has submitted to microstock for more then a couple weeks already knows that one of the most popular styles of imagery offered here is the Isolated Model over white. While it is not horribly difficult it does take some skill to master and without a little... More
  • Trip to the zoo

    by Hasnulf | 2nd of September, 2008

    On saturday, 30th of August, 2008, I went to the zoo. This is the national zoo in malaysia. That day I found something very interesting yet very challenging that I have never encountered. While I was taking pictures of the elephants, flurries of storks were flying... More
  • Be patient!

    by Billysiew | 25th of August, 2008

    Patience is a lesson that I am learning from Dreamstime! Yes! be patient, soon will enjoy a fruitful harvest... See Article
  • Clipping path

    by Ladyminnie | 4th of August, 2008

    I know how to make one, but not sure how to save it for DT and other microstock They like it as ESP or SVG ? can someone tell me please See Article
  • Lessons Learned

    by Alexeyzimin | 29th of July, 2008

    I bought my first camera less than year ago and joined dreamstime.com in December 2007. After half a year here I have approx. 60 uploads and 10 downloads and just became exclusive photographer for Dreamstime. It’s not that much at all, but still enough to think of lessons... More
  • New to Dreamstime and very excited:)

    by Summerrain | 27th of May, 2008

    Hi everyone! I just became a member here and look forward to being a part of this exciting community. I'm a graphic designer and have bought a lot of stock from here in the past and always been extremely satisfied. In the short future I hope to take my first steps as a... More
  • Pray for the victims in the Sichuan earthquake

    by Fjord | 19th of May, 2008

    5/12 2008 is a sad day of all Chinese people. Thousands of our lovely Chinese people lost their life in the Sichuan earthquake. The earthquake was happened in Wenchuan, a small city in Sichuan. The disaster shocked everyone. I want to give some help to those victims,... More
  • Free Software - Focus Stacking - Macro photography technique

    by Loveliestdreams | 3rd of May, 2008

    Here is a link to a photo tutorial and free software download, to use the technique of focus stacking. Take a look at this short clip on focus stacking in action, in this video tutorial using Helicon Focus software, or free Combine ZM software. Focus stacking... More
  • Carelessness Will Get You Everytime

    by Niagaragirl | 5th of April, 2008

    Just this past week, I posted up a fun political Tshirt at Zazzle, one of the POD (print on demand) services on line. It got a Today's Best Award. Two days later, I had to remove it. Why? I spelled a word wrong!!! Apparently my error had gotten past the editors to ;-) Three... More
  • Youtube: over 58,000 videos on photography

    by Loveliestdreams | 4th of April, 2008

    If you haven't thought to search youtube for photography, there are over 58,000 amazing photography related diy, lessons and tutorial videos. I've spent some time in online photography classes, and youtube is one of the best free resources! http://youtube.com/... More
  • 3 stock lessons

    by Amyemilia | 22nd of January, 2008

    Making progress slowly. I've learned a couple things about stock photography as I've been uploading. 1. Pretty is nice but good light is better 2. The shot must support more than one story 3. I still don't have a handle on 1 and 2 I'm hoping there isn't... More
  • Bless all

    by Alanchen | 14th of January, 2008

    This word in chinese means blessing,good luck,good wishes or something like that. Its pronunciation is [fu:]. The most important holidy in China,also known as the Chinese New Year,the Spring Festival is coming.I would like to share hapiness with all DTers here.Best wishes... More
  • webphotoschool.com $10 for 1 month access to all lessons

    by Loveliestdreams | 3rd of January, 2008

    I just signed up through www.webphotoschool.com and the lessons are great! They have plans ranging from $9.99 for 1 month and access to all lessons, 3 months $24.99, 6 months $44.99, and $79.99 for 1 year, access to all lessons and instructor interaction. I went ahead and... More
  • Metaphor

    by Espion | 26th of September, 2007

    I like this image for its metaphoric representation of life, and the contrast between what is living and what is dead. The white flower with its tenacious tendrils is that of a vine growing wild and untended. And the rusting iron rods are part of an abandoned gate to... More
  • Boost up your sales part 14 Back to school

    by Dnf-style | 6th of September, 2007

    Boost up your sales. How? Simple, by becoming a better photographer. Need help? Don't ask me, ask the following guys they give you all you need. Webphotoschool another webphotoschool more journalisme point of view More
  • Boost up your sales part 13

    by Dnf-style | 5th of September, 2007

    No money for photoshop? Try IrfanView for free or the gimp also for free. Good editing does not have to be expensive at all. See Article
  • Boost up your sales part 11

    by Dnf-style | 5th of September, 2007

    Read your histogram. In order to know if the lighting of your photo is balanced you should be able to read your histogram correctly. John Paul Caponigro does a great job explaining how, so no need for me to explain it again. just read this More
  • getting into stock photography

    by Israeltunis | 29th of August, 2007

    I am sticking my big toe in a large sea here. stock photography seems interesting but I am not sure if it is worth time and effort. any tips, ideas, suggestions or stories about lessons learned and battles lost would be greatly appreciated. See Article

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