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  • Mystery in the tall trees

    by Ellenboughn | 6th of August, 2007

    Dramatic images of trees are powerful symbols of growth, shelter, change and endurance. Trees as a metaphor are popular for many brands and services. Beyond commercial use, many people have a somewhat universal emotional connection to trees that goes beyond simple awe.... More
  • A rose is a rose is a rose

    by Ellenboughn | 6th of June, 2007

    Summer is here and flowers are bursting into bloom. There they are right outside the door and so pretty. But just because they are so marvelous doesn't mean that you need to photograph them. It seems that every flower that has ever bloomed has had its picture taken.... More
  • Wild Models

    by Ellenboughn | 6th of March, 2007

    Yesterday I found myself on a long pier stretching far out into the Atlantic Ocean. An aggressive group of large pelicans were hanging around the end of the pier to snatch leftover fresh bait. These... More
  • Selling in stead of buying

    by Kitneyi | 19th of May, 2015

    I have always come to Dreamstime to look for images to use in design work, and always admired the work of the people selling their images. I have been fascinated by photography and media work. Eventually I got a camera and decided to also contribute to the world of stock... More
  • Butterflies Coloring the World

    by Risto40 | 16th of May, 2015

        Sun shines high, temperature rises fast, it's already pretty green on the otherside of the glass. But wearing shorts and summer dresses in many countries you still cant't. Still be happy as soon you can! Dress up for a walk outdoors, in a park or countryside.... More
  • My first assignment files.........

    by B8900456194 | 15th of May, 2015

  • Protective parent

    by Racoonone | 16th of April, 2015

      Doing a study on eider ducks I came across this aggressive Oystercatcher determined to drive me away from its nest, the exact location of which I could not identify. It amazed me as this relatively small bird continued to display aggressively despite its size. The power... More
  • Macroworld

    by Pettys | 14th of March, 2015

    Hello everyone I'd like to show you some macro photos from my gallery. Hope you will like it. Peter               More
  • GET TO KNOW THE BIRDS OF TURKEY - 13

    by Hyperbiker | 11th of February, 2015

    Hi, This article is about a very lovely species: FIRECREST - REGULUS IGNICAPILLA  The common firecrest (Regulus ignicapilla) also known as the firecrest, is a very small passerine bird in the kinglet family. It breeds in most of temperate Europe and northwestern Africa,... More
  • Photographing Cannabis

    by Jonpel | 28th of January, 2015

     Cannabis is one of the most interesting subjects that you can photograph.A bud of cannabis is a natural occuring subject that has layers and layers of detail to each and every one. You have the vibrant greens and orange hairs that give these flowers a very unique appeal.... More
  • EMOTIONAL SPARROWS

    by Project007 | 18th of January, 2015

      THEY SAY BIRDS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER... THEY STICK TOGETHER YES...BUT DO U THINK THEY ALSO HAVE EMOTIONS? FUNNY QUESTION BUT SEE IF YOU CAN DIG UP YOUR PICTURES OF ANIMALS EXPRESSING EMOTIONS IF YOU LOOK AT THE PICTURE CLOSELY I GUARANTEE YOU WILL SEE... More
  • When It Really Works

    by Amitai | 7th of January, 2015

    Three weeks ago I had the most satisfying photographic moment in my life. What started as a photo op (driving my parents in law, far away from my house... :-) ) turned into an amazing moment when all the elements for a good photo aligned.    ... More
  • Celebrating a Milestone of 325 Approved Image and 25 Sales

    by Shariqkhan | 10th of December, 2014

                In less than a year time my portfolio reached to 325 images with 23 sales so far. I am very happy as an Exclusive Contributor of Dreamstime and expecting first 50 sales soon.             My listed image comes from all... More
  • Sale of natural landscapes

    by Mteeuw | 7th of December, 2014

    Hi all this is my first blog on dreamstime my membership since September 14. The question; sell the photos of natural landscapes really? I would prefer to just take nature photos and earn money and often go to scotland highland landscapes.   Lake shiel at the glenfinnan... More
  • 1.111 images online

    by Stockfotoart | 13th of November, 2014

    Hi to everyone, this is a great day for me. Today I have got 1.111 images online. :)) Thanks to all of you. thanks to Dreamstime.         See Article
  • Celebrating 300 photos in my portfolio!

    by Rhbabiak13 | 12th of November, 2014

    It hasn't been quite three months yet of me being a part of Dreamstime, but I have now crossed the 300 mark in my portfolio. I have learned so much about my photography in those three months. Here's a few o my newest photos that helped to get me to the 300 mark. Here'... More
  • SEA LION ADVENTURES! FROM PROJECT 007

    by Project007 | 7th of November, 2014

             HI EVERYONE ! I WANTED TO SHARE MY ADVENTURES WITH THE SEA LIONS ON MY LAST TRIP TO VANCOUVER! IT WAS THE PLAN TO JUST GO FOR A HIKE ALONG THE OCEAN THAT DAY AND CAPTURE PICTURES OF THE VIEW. WELL, AS I HIKED UP THE HILL, I SAW THERE WAS A HUGE... More
  • Wildlife - Take What I Can Get

    by Martynelson | 6th of November, 2014

    I like to photograph wildlife in their natural settings. But even domestic pets aren't necessarily cooperative about posing for photographs. With wild animals I must take what I can get. Sometimes that involves taking many photos to capture one good one but with digital photography... More
  • A Little Staging to Create Stock Photos

    by Martynelson | 30th of October, 2014

    I love to take Nature photographs and capture natural scenes. But admittedly, few of those beautiful flower photos get accepted as stock photos. So when I'm taking photographs specifically for stock, I do a little staging to add interest.      Purple Clematis is displayed... More
  • A Weed by any other Name is a Wildflower...

    by Martynelson | 13th of October, 2014

    Showy Milkweed is very attractive to butterflies, especially Monarchs. They see the beauty in a plant we simply think of as a weed. Seeing the wildflower in bloom makes it easier to appreciate its beauty.    Showy Milk Weed Blooming in California's Yosemite National... More

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