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  • Teaching Photography

    by Angelaostafichuk | 30th of January, 2013

    It's that time of year again. Christmas has come and gone and many people that got a digital camera for a present have given up in frustration, their dreams of being the next Ansel Adams or Steve McCurry gone out the door. Just because Santa dropped a camera in their... More
  • Oh no, he's back!

    by Shadow69 | 31st of August, 2012

    I haven’t written a blog for a while now. Things have been rather hectic for the last month or so. The sad thing is that I haven’t had that much time to pursue any of my interests that actually make me feel alive. The days just fuse into each other in a mundane and... More
  • Mr. Henry Wessel says...

    by Shadow69 | 1st of March, 2012

    Welcome to the latest installment of my uneducated ramblings on the thoughts of accomplished and successful photographers. Maybe I should start compiling a collection of my own sayings, one never knows maybe in ten years’ time some pimply faced kid is going to be putting... More
  • Lessons from a Newbie

    by Kringstad | 28th of December, 2011

    Last weekend I was lucky enough to get ahold of some tickets to a Minnesota Timberwolves games (professional basketball). Our group was sitting in the third row which was only a could of feet/meters away from the action. I only brought my 17-40L lens on my 7D because I assumed... More
  • Waiting for the Sun to Set

    by Mlhead | 2nd of October, 2011

    Last evening I went to a friend's massage business to shoot their first anniversary party. It was a great time with lots of nice people, great food and beer. On the way home I decided to stop by a beach and shoot the sunset for a project I'm working on. And, as you may... More
  • Photoshop

    by Markosloizou | 11th of May, 2011

    I'm new to photoshop and i need a way to learn photoshop to a good extent. I have thought of going to lessons but i neither have the time nor the money for that kind of activity. My other option is books and DVDs. I,ve found three books in amazon and one comes with dvd lessons.... More
  • Rejection

    by Annaskahill | 11th of November, 2010

    After some hard work getting new shots and uploading them to the site, I was rejected, every single one. Any advice on what I could do to make my work more successful? Here are some admitted images to give u an idea of what i like to photograph- More
  • vector silhouettes tutorial

    by Alionaz | 24th of September, 2010

    Hi everyone! Today I will discover the secret "how to make vector silhouettes". Let's start: 1.Open your image on photoshop. 2. With quick mask or other tool select the object or silhouette. 3. Create new layer without diselect the object and fill it with black colore.... More
  • Stock photography proves to be fickle and addictive!

    by Vanessagifford | 21st of May, 2009

    Well, in all of my research about stock photography I have found that it is a hit and miss kind of experience so far. In my experimenting with what will and will not get accepted I have been very surprised. With my surprise it has actually steered me towards types of photography... More
  • Swimming lessons

    by Asklar | 27th of April, 2009

    I am a second grade teacher. I teach during the school year but instead of taking the summer off I do one of my real passions... infant swimming lessons. I work with 1-5 year old's teaching them survival swimming skills in case they were to ever find themselves in a drowning... More
  • Priorities - Wake-up Call

    by Kenneystudios | 12th of January, 2009

    We all struggle with it: Priorities. Bills, work, hobbies, pets, children, spouses, family, friends, etc. What should I deal with first? What can go on the back burner? Sometimes we don't realize that our priorities are out of whack until we receive a wake-up call that feels... 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

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