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  • Global Warming

    by Ellenboughn | 11th of April, 2007

    April 22 is Earth Day. The tipping point has been reached. Politicians and corporations have joined the rest of us in sharing concern for what human activity is doing to the earth. As a consequence there is an increasing demand for images that illustrate these major... More
  • My way to make a simple object more interesting

    by Katey997 | 4th of September, 2014

    I've always liked a photo that has a single object or main subject and not to cluttered for me. i like to make sure the point the object is the main point of focus, zooming in on this tree which is the main object, it gives a depth of field where if you used a wide angle... More
  • Worst timing ever

    by Holybork | 7th of July, 2014

    Here we are, middle of the summer and my social circles are just bursting with pups everywhere. On top of this we have one of the warmest summers in ages, with just enough clouds to give an interesting background as well as blur the light very now and then. So what do I do... More
  • A bug in the process... (finished...)

    by Janceluch | 16th of June, 2014

    In my previous post I have mentioned an old house which we - me and my wife - have bought last year, hoping to renovate it into our dream home... Yes - plenty of work for already overloaded couple, but this kind of challenges are somehow extremely satisfying and even thou... More
  • Here i am

    by Didaso | 3rd of June, 2014

    Finally I comeback after longtime, someone has stoling my camera and my laptop and so many things from home, so i can not do nothing, i was very frustrated. Now im here with new laptop, but no camera yet, its coming soon. See Article
  • First Goal for 2014

    by Iheartcountryphoto | 23rd of May, 2014

    Last year, my first year with DT, I successfully uploaded 50 photos. That was a tremendous feat for me being so new to everything. This year it has been my goal to attain my 100th upload. This year I reached this goal in less than five months. It is only my first goal... More
  • Global Warming

    by Aynursib | 21st of February, 2014

    In Siberia, where I live, the last years strongly felt "global warming" in winter and "ice age" in summer. Winter becomes warmer, temperature averaged only -10 on Celsius, whereas - 25 was the norm. Vice versa in the summer was cooler. It was raining all time and I couldn'... More
  • Drabble: Death in the Afternoon

    by Secretnarrative | 6th of November, 2013

    ‘I’ve downloaded the recipe, shall we?’ ‘Why not?’ ‘Hmm. “Pour one jigger into a champagne glass; add iced champagne until it has opalescent milkiness. Drink three to five of these slowly.” Shall we do as Hemingway says?’ ‘Yes. We should use saucer... More
  • Where does it lead to?

    by Helgidinson | 8th of October, 2013

    A hypothetical question. 150,000+ contributors , 19 million+ images online, every day, competition is getting tougher and tougher each day . Creativity needs to take a notch up of each day that pass by. Just like this image trying to come up with something interesting... More
  • Timing is Everything

    by Tempestz | 21st of April, 2013

    In many cases, being in the right place at the right time means capturing a great image to missing out. It also means you need to have your camera with you more than not. This image was taken on a walk around White Memorial in Litchfield Connecticut. Many times... More
  • A simple trick for Hummingbird Photography

    by Physi28 | 26th of July, 2012

    Those among us who have been trying to get decent pictures of Hummingbirds in flight, know about the difficulties involved: some species exhibit a rather (relatively) slow flight between their stops in the air, allowing you to focus and shoot before they resume their move... More
  • Bird Photography: Framing

    by Silasfirth | 15th of December, 2011

    So you’re all set up to go take photographs, you have your expensive lenses and a camera body; you’re hauling around a heavy tripod so that your images are blur-free. And yet, when you go home and look at your photos on the computer, they still aren’t very pleasing... More
  • Trying to be good, buying local

    by Peanutroaster | 26th of September, 2011

    Our family has recently renewed our attempts to improve the quality of food we eat and this includes trying to buy more local food. After watching the documentary "Food, Inc" and learning about modern farming methods (for example the fact that there are only 13 meat... More
  • Out in the city with a new toy!

    by Llareggub | 22nd of September, 2011

    I wrote about some of my plans for a visit to Budapest a couple of weeks ago and was happy to see that 11 out of my 12 images were accepted over the last few days. I do not get out in the cit and shoot architecture very often as I live in the middle of nowhere but did... More
  • Top 10 Things You Can Do to Reduce Global Warming

    by Janeedward | 4th of July, 2011

    1. Reduce,Reuse,Recycle. 2. Use less heat and air conditioning. 3. Change a light bulb. 4. Drive less and drive smart. 5. Buy Energy-Efficient products. 6. Use less hot water. 7. Use the "off" switch. 8. Plant a tree. 9. Get s report card from your utility company.... More
  • first TIFF sale

    by Jlhope | 20th of June, 2011

    Today, i'm so excited about my first TIFF sale coming . Morn than one year and a half with DT ,I've learn a lot from here. Thanks to DT. Thankd to buyers. See Article
  • Quotes for Earth Day - Wednesday

    by Laroach | 20th of April, 2011

    "Two thousand scientists, in a hundred countries, engaged in the most elaborate, well organized scientific collaboration in the history of humankind, have produced long-since a consensus that we will face a string of terrible catastrophes unless we act to prepare ourselves... More
  • Quotes for Earth Day - Monday

    by Laroach | 18th of April, 2011

    "It is horrifying that we have to fight our own government to save the environment." ~ Ansel Adams "For innovators who find safe and workable solutions to global warming, the rewards will be staggering." ~ Fred Krupp, Earth: The Sequel See Article
  • The BIG 10M!

    by smartview27 | 23rd of November, 2010

    Congratulations for all DT team and for the big winner Tono Balaguer. Dreaming, winning, participating are part of our life. It is a BIG day! See Article
  • My first exclusive sale

    by Amybbb | 26th of October, 2010

    This is one of my favourite flamingoes photo - my first exclusive sale :) See Article

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