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  • My first dragonfly sold!!!

    by M4rio1979 | 15th of December, 2011

    Yesterday I went exclusive, today I sold my first dragonfly image :). Here is my sold winner: I'm happy because dragonflies are my favorite macro subjects, and if anyone of you here love to shoot dragonflies, than you must now how hard is to get close to this little... More
  • DID YOU FIND YOUR PICTURE?

    by Akulamatiau | 5th of September, 2011

    I found mine here. Found it with Google Images search. The picture was taken at early summer this year. I was trying compose a different picture of sunflowers (where we usually confront it head on and facing the camera). The day before, I had a conversation... More
  • Memories from Honfleur

    by Marugod83 | 18th of August, 2011

    I was lucky enough to work in France for about a year. It gave me the opportunity to visit this beautiful country who has a lot to offer. One of my favorite places it's the charming Honfleur, Normandy. Somes proofs from me and others members: More
  • Toreros

    by Crookid | 25th of March, 2011

    I wandered onto private property, which is nothing out of the usual for me. That is why I am always camouflaged like a wayward soldier from some forgotten war on the edges of suburbia. And when I pop into the local grocery store everyone stares and some get a bit edgy. But... More
  • I'm Going to the Superbowl

    by Wisconsinart | 30th of January, 2011

    My blogs lately have been a bit serious for the most part, I think it's time for one that is a little more down to earth. While most of the world does not follow American football, virtually the entire planet knows about the Superbowl. Here in America, it's a dream for... More
  • Interrupted start with DT

    by Vilaimages | 17th of January, 2011

    Hello, just like to share my story so far with DT since I never came across anybody that started here the way I did. I've been interested in stock photography since around the mid '90s but could never get serious into it because of my busy life, kids, etc. When I made... More
  • Superbowl 2010 XLV Collection

    by Bradcalkins | 23rd of November, 2010

    Superbowl XLV The super cold weather in Calgary this last weekend (it is -29C today!) for the CFL Western final made me think of the upcoming Superbowl in Arlington, Texas. Too bad Calgary lost, so the Riders head into the Grey Cup. I don't hit too many stadiums,... More
  • Collections Contribution Request

    by Elianehaykal | 29th of August, 2010

    I decided to put more effort in my collections and I need to make them bigger ==> asking for your contributions (but please read the description of each collection beforehand, and no people shots!). So far I have: Fossils Collection Wood... More
  • The influences of personal vision

    by Wildmac | 9th of January, 2010

    Reading through some things on facebook today I came across this article by Brenda Tharp. It got me thinking about what places, people, books,music or other works have influenced me in my work. I thought that maybe you would find it interesting too I'm certain that my time... More
  • Swine Flu !

    by Frantab01 | 5th of July, 2009

    Swine Flu has reached our tiny island of Malta just last week - we have about 9 confirmed cases till now - Authorities have said it was a matter of when and not if the disease will arrive to our tiny island. What are your views about swine flu ? have you been in contact... More
  • Scenery's not only from Scenic Spots.

    by Toneimage | 31st of January, 2009

    As the saying goes:“The best view is in the mountain peak .” Many people prefer a famous places of historical interest to take photos, believing only there can find the fantastic scenery view so that comes out masterpieces,however, in some extent, those famous scenic... More
  • My sunflower photos

    by Udurovf | 11th of January, 2009

    1.the drop in sunflower :in the morning we can found drop in sun flower the young sunflower show step of blooming And some time we saw the green spider. See Article
  • Make Your Own Print Fabric

    by Patballard | 9th of January, 2009

    Spoonflower is a new online fabric store located in Mebane, North Carolina. The web site has recently been featured in both the Raleigh News and Observer and the New York Tines. The most exciting thing about Spoonflower for me is that you design your own fabric for a flat... More
  • Conflict sells.

    by Bchecjon | 15th of December, 2008

    I have posted several images on this site, and have been surprised by what have been my best sellers. When I first joined the site, I thought that people wouldn’t be interested in my images of war and conflict. I just posted them to share. I have... More
  • 9 Months and Some Sunflower Seeds to Reach First Payment

    by Marekuliasz | 23rd of September, 2008

    I needed 9 months to reach my first payment from Dreamstime. The $100 line was crossed by this picture of sunflower seeds on a tablespoon. About $10 in this amount came from referrals. Dreamstime has provided so far 8.2% of my income from microstock and it is my third... More
  • Saving Money on Travel, Part 1

    by Patballard | 1st of June, 2008

    Last weekend, faced with wanting to get from Cary, North Carolina to Brooklyn to visit our daughter, my husband and I took the plunge and booked tickets on Amtrak. The main factors in our decision to take the train were the high cost and hassle of flying or driving to New... More
  • Winter or Summer?

    by Omegatransfer | 14th of November, 2007

    Yep, it's winter outside, I wish it was summer knocking on the door. Just love the Sun more than snow. Whatever...it is summertime on the other side of the Earth. For those that dream about sunny days, i share these sunflowers :) Let them make your day :) More
  • Photojournalists, the frontline warriors who bring us news

    by Fertographer | 6th of October, 2007

    I read up recently about kevin carter after viewing some pictures that were from all over the world, depicting conflict, atrocities, cruelty and sadness. Those photos, mainly in black and white, captured the essence of humanity and that so many parts of the world is lacking... More

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