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  • The Knowledge of Pain

    by Thefinalmiracle | 27th of May, 2011

    Three recent incidents gave me an insight of something what nature/god gave us but what we turned into a complication that multiplies itself due to our ability of thinking and learning. In the first incident I met a very great person. Great in his achievements and spiritual... More
  • Volcanos in Iceland...

    by Sigurdurwilliam | 26th of May, 2011

    Last weekend we had a volcanic eruption here in Iceland. A place in Vatnajokull glacier called Grimsvotn had erupted with massive ash clouds bursting from the crater. Unfortunately this was no tourist show and the ash spread very far and like last year interrupted flight... More
  • Himba

    by Antonella865 | 24th of May, 2011

    The Himba are a tribe of nomadic pastoralists of about 20,000 to 50,000 people living in northern Namibia, in the Kunene region, formerly Kaokoland. The Himba are actually descendants of a group of Herero herders who fled into the remote north-west after been displaced by... More
  • Rwandan genocide

    by Antonella865 | 21st of May, 2011

    The same day, after the assassination of Rwandan president Juvenal Habyarimiana, on April 6, 1994, a hundred fanatic Hutu supporters of the president begin setting up roadblocks in the streets of Kigali, the capital, and other major cities. The fanatics are paramilitaries... More
  • New pictures

    by Antoinettew | 26th of April, 2011

    This is one of a lot of pictures I took last year when I was in Normandy in France. Ponte-du-Hoc is the spot were, on D Day the Allies, landed. Also, later on, it became one of the locations for the film The Longest Day. Everything is left like it was in 1944. A very impressive... More
  • Ratings take a tumble

    by Cooper5022 | 20th of April, 2011

    I am very disappointed in myself for the huge slump in my approvals this month even after putting them though Noise Ninja. Nevertheless the next batch was approved today. Amongst them some of my favorites of the trip. A lioness feeding on a Wildebeest. A lioness... More
  • Tragic end of black rhino, Shida

    by Cbomers | 20th of April, 2011

    Recently I read the sad news about the death of Shida, this beautiful black rhino, hand-reared from infancy by humans in the Nairobi orphanage. At the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary at Tsavo West National Park (meant to become her permanent home, a protected area and the perfect... More
  • Other job

    by Captainzz | 14th of April, 2011

    Do you work another other job except stock? I work as a dispatcher at a coal mine :-) See Article
  • My first approved...thanks to dreamstime :-)

    by Iwanara | 14th of April, 2011

    Hello all! my vectors got approved this afternoon and of course im happy... im new in dreamstime only have 3 approved vector and 0 downloads...need guidance from the masters my first vector and here is my approved vector thks for the chance... More
  • Incredibly Networked

    by Thefinalmiracle | 14th of April, 2011

    Today I was sitting down wondering what to do from tomorrow. Well for some reason the co-incidence was that it is a kind of a new year for us. A festival called Gudi Padwa. I said why not think about a work reform seriously. The first thing I decided was to cut down my computer... More
  • Origin Stories

    by Sortapundit | 13th of April, 2011

    Until a few months ago I didn't know (or care) much about photography at all. I'd heard terms such as aperture, white balance, depth of field and what not, but had little more than a vague understanding of what they meant. Shooting holiday snaps with a point and shoot,... More
  • Money, money, money

    by Captainzz | 13th of April, 2011

    I love money, and you?:-) See Article
  • I got my dream gear 5D Mark II

    by Indianeye | 5th of April, 2011

    Dear friends I am happy to share with all of you that finally I purchased my dream gear canon 5D Mark II. I must admit the quality of the produced images is awesome!! I started working on photography from around 2004. My first camera was Nikon coolpix4100. I brought that... More
  • Accelerating income from microstock: experience and a few thoughts!

    by Davidwatmough | 2nd of April, 2011

    At Easter 2009 I was trying to get a picture of Inverness castle using a wide angle lens so a bunch of wild daffodils was in the foreground and the castle behind. The width of the River Ness stopped me from getting the shot I wanted. However at this moment another photographer... More
  • My first collection

    by Dianabahrin | 18th of March, 2011

    Hello! :) I just wanted to let you know that I have created my first collection - Snowdrops If you want to join just let me know:) See Article
  • How to get a perfect dynamic range (Exposure Blending)

    by Deechhom | 16th of March, 2011

    Here I am going to explain a method which can give you a perfect Dynamic Range. I am going to focus on exposure blending. Why this method? "Because this method gives me the most accurate color rendition which I saw on the actual site." I don't say that you should not... More
  • Is the lowest ISO the best?

    by Bradcalkins | 16th of March, 2011

    I have to admit that when it comes to ISO, I've always assumed that the base ISO was going to have the cleanest output. I had read articles on how some models of cameras were noisier at the 'in-between' ISOs (ISO 125 and 160) than the base numbers (100, 200, 400). This... More
  • The Magic of Monotone Photos

    by Eric1513 | 14th of March, 2011

    Monotone photos are powerfully simple and convey emotion like few types of photos can. With all extraneous color eliminated, we are left only with light and shape. Add to that a single color and the image is more powerful than its individual parts. In previous posts... More
  • Banknotes

    by Cristalloid | 14th of March, 2011

    Hello everyone! Yesterday I found out, that PS prevents editing of images that contain banknotes (or parts of them). Is there anyone who knows how I can use PS on such images? Or is there another way for processing images of banknotes (other than GIMP and PS)?... More
  • Mini Review: Canon 7D for stock

    by Bradcalkins | 11th of March, 2011

    I've owned and shot with a Canon 40D for a while now, and have been very happy with it. For my personal use it is more than adequate as well. I did feel that 10MP was starting to get dated, especially when cropped - and I figured if I was going to produce 500 photos a year... More

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