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  • Moving Pictures

    by Ellenboughn | 27th of April, 2007

    An industry that involves big trucks, banks and emotional trauma needs images to illustrate its goods and services. Americans change locations on average every five years. Standard business leases are often for five years or less. I am about to cart everything I own,... More
  • Dancing Around the World With Over 400 Photos in Portfolio

    by Rhbabiak13 | 8th of December, 2014

    Today, I celebrate my 400 mark with some editorial photos that brought me to this point. Dancing around the world. I enjoy taking photos of people dancing. I love the movement and facial expressions. I took all of these photos at the Holiday Folk Fair International... More
  • Similar or Dissimilar Image

    by Shariqkhan | 11th of July, 2014

    Today Dreamstime team removed one of my approved image(approved few months ago) by sending me a message that it was accidentally approved and it is very similar to the other existing photo. Both photo were taken from different angles of the same heritage building and have... More
  • Gardening tip

    by Davidwatmough | 4th of May, 2014

    Most folk in Europe who own a house will have a garden and if owners are like me they want a striped lawn. Unfortunately dandelions grow as weeds in lawns and in Springtime proliferate. They seeds are vector borne. I discovered some 2 years ago the Supermarket Lidl... More
  • New collection: Escalators Worldwide

    by Cbomers | 2nd of October, 2012

    For those interested in buying images of escalators, please have a look at this new collection Escalators worldwide. The collection includes various images of escalators in different countries such as China, Japan, Netherlands,France, Italy, Poland, Russia, Spain, Singapore,... More
  • Wildlife and Movement First Try

    by Artalis | 10th of August, 2012

    I set myself an assignment the other day, to capture animal movement with my new sigma 70-200 2.8 OS lens and new Canon 7D. Being fairly new to photography and exploring my new kit, I was eager to get some decent shots. Put the camera on TV mode and tried various speeds... More
  • Future change from Sony to Nikon

    by Egonzitter | 22nd of December, 2011

    I use a minolta 50 mm 2.8 macro, 100 mm 2.8 macro , konica-minolta 17-35 2.8-4.0 D and a Tamron sp 70-300 mm f/4-5.6,flash minolta 5600 hs, a sigma macro tube flash and a studio umbrella and softbox flash. I used to own a minolta 9000, minolta 9xi and a konica-Minolta... More
  • Moving to the US

    by Mvogel | 28th of July, 2011

    After 20 years of living outside of the US, 2 years in Bermuda and 18 years in Japan, I am finally moving back to the US next month. After first I was a little upset about the move as I will really miss Japan. Japan is such a great place to live. After some thought, however,... More
  • Cross Country Drive Where to stop???

    by Halient | 30th of April, 2011

    In a little over a week we are going to be driving across the country from South Florida to Seattle Wa going across I10 to Texas then up through colorago and nw from there. Can my Fellow DT'ers Give us any ideas of places that we Must stop for either great food... More
  • 31 Days

    by Halient | 19th of February, 2011

    In 31 Days (give or take a day or 2) We are going to be moving From Seattle from South East Florida (3300 Miles) Our Trip will be Taking us along Eastern Florida then across the pan-handle west along the gulf to Texas then north to Colorado from Colorado we Will be heading... More
  • Phone lights up the wonderful world

    by Dingdvr | 19th of November, 2010

    I am a college student and I love photography,but so far I have no digital SLR cameras. It does not matter, I have a HTC phone HD2. Although he is only 500 million pixels, I think my phone out of the same film as good as those pictures of SLR cameras. Because I have great... More
  • Preparing for a move 3300 mile Drive

    by Halient | 10th of July, 2010

    So me and my GF decided to make a move, A GIANT move from South East Florida to Seattle Washington. Since we are going to drive and this is a once in a lifetime trip we are looking for some ideas of things that we MUST see, eat at and just check out. We are having... More
  • Antoher tip for white background.

    by Davulcu | 12th of February, 2010

    Do you want to have a white background when shooting a model ? Quite easy . Buy a cheap flash with an optic receiver and fix it somewhere behind the model. It might be even his or her jean pocket ! And leave a bit distance to background so that all the back light... More
  • Who moved my Level 2 picture?

    by Bigjiang | 19th of October, 2009

    I had a picture, which is also my first one to sold in DT. It's about the fast train in China,Shanghai. After the first sale, I have written an article to memorize: http://blog.dreamstime.com/2008/09/09/about-crh_art27291 And in my sale record, I also can find the record... More
  • Removing Tourists

    by Charlesoutcalt | 19th of August, 2008

    Have you ever waited patiently in front of a landmark, maybe a fountain or cathedral, hoping that there would be a magic moment when there was no one in the frame--no dogs, no kids, no tourists taking their own pictures? I've spent many such moments, not always patiently.... More
  • I got it!

    by Reb3times | 6th of April, 2008

    I know that for most of you this is probably a simple task. I just got into doing photography a few months ago. And working for the Army my time to take pictures is somewhat limited. But playing with my settings I finally got the cascade effect i've been looking for.... More
  • Should I do more, or is the subject exhausted

    by Crosschk | 4th of February, 2008

    When I started doing this, 3 whole weeks ago. I was able to take pictures of dice and playing cards and poker chips in different arrangements. I was excited that these we accepted. My big question is how much is too much? how do you know when you've done enough. More

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