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  • Finding A Niche

    by Teeimagination | 2nd of June, 2013

    Finding a niche is definitely important, preferably one that isn't over crowded already. At the same time, photographing what you love, is very important. So I find myself mixed between what I love and finding a "not so crowded" niche. I guess Im still looking for the... More
  • 500 images on DT, check!

    by Perstock | 27th of May, 2013

    Today I past 500 images online on DT. That's my primary goal for the first year, now I made it in eight months. I know, DT editors are not happy about flags but this one made me happy. As Swedish I will celebrate our National day next week on June the 6th. Check!... More
  • Editorial photography turned into stock

    by Ralukatudor | 24th of February, 2012

    Hello, this is my first blog , so bear with me . I wanted to share my experience with editorial, street photography turned into stock , since I think very few of us tackle this niche . I did some research and since there are so many royalty free stock images on this particular... More
  • Flowers do sleep, and fill niches! :)

    by freephoton | 17th of May, 2011

    This is my advice, to all the bees on earth: Don't waste your energy doing your job at night! First because it's much harder to fly in the dark, but overall, you'll find lots of flowers closed! However, for the photographers who hardly close eyes, it can really... More
  • Finding your Niche

    by Photojay | 5th of January, 2011

    Since I started contributing to Dreamstime almost five years ago, I have learned a few things about RF Stock. 1. The internet has made it more convenient for buyers to connect with photographers, but it has also made RF stock more competitive. 2. Shooting for stock is... More
  • The Niche In Your Back Yard

    by Wisconsinart | 17th of August, 2009

    You can give the same camera to 100 different people yet you will see 100 unique collections of work after the people have created a collection of images. This is because as individuals we all see the world differently and our creativity will gravitate toward what interests... More
  • microstock niche subjects

    by Rmarinello | 21st of April, 2009

    Choosing subjects for your microstock images is an important step. How could I have visibility among thousands of photographers ad millions of images? You have a beautiful 'red rose' picture and you want to sell it in the microstock market... before try to see how many... More
  • Commedia dell'arte

    by Sukro | 25th of March, 2009

    Did a search for commedia dell' arte, an ancient italian theatrical - you can read more about it , by the way it is still kept alive by great artists such as Dario Fo. I had expected to get thousands of images of masks and performers, and the charachters harlequin, pantalone,... More
  • Luxembourg

    by Nimblewit | 25th of March, 2009

    Luxembourg is a small landlocked country in Western Europe, bordered by Belgium, France, and Germany. Luxembourg - the capital of the Grand Duchy. Luxembourg has a population of fewer than half a million people. Luxembourg is one of the smallest countries in... More

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