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  • Give It Away

    by Ellenboughn | 28th of January, 2009

    The idea of free images makes the budget minded sing and some artists cringe. How can it be a good idea to give away what you are trying to sell? On the one hand is the sanctity of the copyright. On the other is the spirit of the Internet and an age-old marketing ploy: the... More
  • Ups and Downs

    by Ellenboughn | 14th of October, 2008

    Images that reflect the current turmoil in world financial markets and it's impact on key industries will be in the news and show up in print and online for months (years?) to come whether the economy plunges further or rebounds quickly. What goes up, must come down but... More
  • 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
  • I Want to Thank the Academy....

    by Ellenboughn | 29th of August, 2007

    As fall approaches, the music and film communities begin preparation for the award season. Hollywood puts on the glam as the award shows build to the granddaddy of them all: the Academy awards. Unless you are credentialed or very clever paparazzi, you are not likely to be... More
  • Indian street vendors

    by Agarwalrobin | 7th of April, 2016

    India's streets are bustling with small vendors who make brisk business. Take a look at vendors selling almost everything on Indian streets...                 More
  • Aarhus - an "underrated" town?!

    by Hstovring | 6th of April, 2016

    First the good news - for the first time I have three photos accepted into the same assignment contest. They are all from my home town, Aarhus, and I am really proud that Aarhus is represented in the contest. Two of the pictures are even from my daily work place, Aarhus University,... More
  • Yalova, city of Turkey

    by Keremgo | 5th of April, 2016

    I've worked as hard as I could all my life. I wasn't a photographer nor an illustrator in the past - never went to school and learned everything by myself. No one did a favor to me, no one helped. I'm lucky that I have my parents who supported me on my passions as much as... More
  • Bushels and bushels of colorful veggies and Big flavor

    by Cmoulton | 4th of March, 2016

        Spring is coming to the northern hemisphere, and with it, the farmer's markets will soon return in abundance. I'm so excited to be able to go out wander the markets, and the farms, and the roadside stands in the sunshine again collecting a rainbow of tempting and... More
  • Opening Sweden - Uppsala

    by Articture | 8th of February, 2016

    Hello, dear friends! You know, not only the central places of Sweden are beautiful. It's provinces are amazing too. Pretty town Uppsala, for example, warmed us with hot chocolate and cake during the blind rain. Here are the botanical garden and the University, viewing... More
  • Opening Sweden - Stockholm

    by Articture | 7th of February, 2016

    Hello, my friends! Starting my blog I'm glad to share some views and fragments from our trip to wonderful Sweden.           In a few words Sweden means for me design and proportions, colors and textures, bicycles and ecology, streets and houses,... More
  • I love Alcatraz

    by Lyoung403b | 4th of September, 2015

    It was really nice to be able to photograph this Island in the fog. Alcatraz as I remember when I was little, was exciting for me to get on a boat, and go visit the island with my sister. There I'd so much history behind this Island. I think most of us take our freedoms... More
  • The City of San Francisco

    by Lyoung403b | 2nd of September, 2015

    My friend told me about Twin Peaks. Why I had not heard of this before, I'm not sure but, I was so glad I listened to her because I was able to get a whole view of the city from above. There is so much detail in this one photo that I'm sure it would take days to actually... More
  • Tour in my small town's weekly market in Morocco!

    by Truthservant | 17th of July, 2015

    Hello, I am new to Dreamstime and to photography as well. And I am interested in knowing your opinion about these photos I took in the weekly held market, in my small town, in Morocco.   You can buy dry wasted bread to feed your chicken..   medicinal herbs.... More
  • Ha Long Bay - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

    by Chuotnhatdesigner | 7th of July, 2015

    Ha Long Bay, located in the Gulf of Tonkin, within Quang Ninh Province, in the northeast of Vietnam, is165 km from the capital of Ha Noi. Covering an area of 43,400 ha and including over 1600 islands and islets, most of which are uninhabitated and unaffected by humans, it... More
  • Microstock Photography – The Winning Strategies, part I

    by Robinstockphotos | 28th of June, 2015

    Above is a catchy title that most stock photography veterans would raise an eyebrow at. Is there really a winning strategy? Not really. Or maybe there is. It depends largely on your expectations and definition of “winning”. This article has been compiled keeping the new... More
  • Bangkok, Thailand : Victory monument

    by Gewwer | 21st of June, 2015

    Victory monument is a monument in Bangkok Around a roundabout halfway between Highway 1 and Rajvithi Road, Phayathai Road.     Victory Monument Built to honor the bravery of the soldiers. Police and civilians were killed in a dispute between Thailand and France. About... More
  • Your chance to be in history,magnificent historic architecture @India

    by Singhlens | 8th of May, 2015

    Your chance to be in history,magnificent historic architecture @India. India is a country well known for rich history and is a host of famous historic landmarks, absolute larger than life buildings, visit to the places takes you back in the history, it is like you are... More
  • The Sand Pyramids of Bulgaria

    by Ellikoleva | 26th of April, 2015

    Bulgaria is a country where you can go to the sea in the summer and skiing in the winter. But for the people who are not into mainstream tourism and like hiking and less crowded places, the Bulgarian sand pyramids are an amazing natural phenomenon one must see.   The pyramids... More
  • How and why to manage a collection?

    by Tempestz | 17th of April, 2015

    As you will find on the dreamstime website, managed collections are groups of pictures with a similar theme. They can be something simple as Food or Editorials or Backgrounds, textures. Or can be very specific as Recognizable Landmarks. The choice of what to... More
  • Sam's Park and Shop and Other Attractions

    by Shootalot | 21st of March, 2015

    Most people when they pass by Sam's Park and Shop in Northwest Cleveland Park of Washington DC, take little notice. It looks like just another shopping center but it does have historical significance. Sam's Park and Shop which was built in 1931 by Samuel J. Gorlitz was... More

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