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  • Color Me Red

    by Ellenboughn | 23rd of December, 2008

    Much of the Northern Hemisphere is covered in snow this week, even places like Las Vegas that normally never see the white, icy stuff have experienced falling snow. We’ve written previously about how to create and use artificial snow but now that the real thing is right... More

    by Ellenboughn | 27th of December, 2007

    All across the world in many countries the time between Christmas and the first week of the New Year is traditionally a time of celebration and reflection. It’s a time of hope, family and travel. I’m taking the week off for the same reasons. I have a blog ready in the... More
  • Snow: Real or Instant?

    by Ellenboughn | 25th of October, 2007

    How do you make it snow when it doesn’t? Hands down, the real stuff is best but sometimes you have to fake it There are all manner of tricks. There is phony snow that is mixed with water and some swear by instant mashed potato flakes. A discussion about the merits of various... More
  • Tips for beginners. What kind of photos are in demand for photostocks

    by Paparazzofamily | 28th of July, 2015

    Usually almost all new photographers to photo stock search for the answers to the following questions: Which photos to choose for uploading so that they will be in demand and immediately found its buyers? What compositions are more needed? What vectors are more popular... More
  • Snow Sports Collection

    by Neildenize | 13th of March, 2015

    Hi there I have created a collection of a couple of my winter snow shots and are wanting any other snow sports shots out there to add to the collection would be much appreciated,Just send me them and I will gladly put them in. Cheers Neil Denize Here is a link to... More
  • Never to forget

    by Gjfoto | 4th of March, 2015

    I am happy that I sold another photo today ; "glashouse in the snow".   I put a lot of time in photography. And also after making the photo's, I put time in arrange the photo's... Sometimes I lost myself in this and thought I should do something else in my freetime,... More
  • Shooting in the Alps

    by Gherzak | 6th of February, 2015

    The photograph of alpine landscapes requires, in addition to photography skills, a certain passion for hiking and for the mountains. Some locations are easily accessible by car or by cableway. Often, though, you need to walk for hours, in conditions of fatigue and of difficulties... More
  • Pebble Art (new imagination)

    by Pranshth | 30th of January, 2015

    Each New Day , gives us a great opportunity to learn something amazing and transform it positively into reality . So far i have discovered things which make you work and improve on your photography is your happiness in what we do , consistency not to loose hope and deliver... More
  • Winter wonderland

    by Nadsdl | 1st of January, 2015

    It's a new year, it's winter in the Northern hemisphere, and there is no better place to be to experience the beauty of winter than the Swiss alps. I have spent some time over the last few weeks in the alps. A true winter wonderland.       The beauty and magic... More
  • 32 images accepted in 3 weeks from my registration

    by Adrianacapuccio | 29th of October, 2014

    Hey guys, I'm in the third week of entry in dreamstime with my 32 images accepted, so far all commercial images. Yesterday, I brought my first editorial image! The world of microstock is still very unknown for me and I hope to reach at least 100 images within the next... More
  • Learning

    by Stigspics | 5th of October, 2014

      Having recently joined DT I am learning. The first thing I have learned is that when I started i knew nothing, I now know enough to know that I know very little!! I will persevere and hopefully each rejection will teach me as much as each acceptance. I am however... More
  • HELP THIS BUG .. please identify it

    by Debarunpal | 25th of July, 2014

      I recently clicked this rainbow colored wing bee or wasp, found injured at my garden, i was lucky to get its few shots before it RIP. If needed : It got his few fore shots from various angles at my database I dont knew its species, i have searched but unable to... More
  • The power of peace and quiet in photographs

    by Htmccann | 30th of June, 2014

    Late one afternoon, my wife and I visited one of our favorite beaches -- St. Andrew's on Jekyll Island, Georgia. I went searching for interesting beach scenes to photograph while she sat on the beach to read a book. On my way back to join her, I saw the most compelling... More
  • Suggested read

    by Phoenixci | 5th of May, 2014

    I have the opportunity to live in a vast country that stretches from the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans and my work will on occasion have me travel from one side to the other. A fellow worker also an avid photographer knew that I was heading to the province of Alberta... More
  • Global Warming

    by Aynursib | 21st of February, 2014

    In Siberia, where I live, the last years strongly felt "global warming" in winter and "ice age" in summer. Winter becomes warmer, temperature averaged only -10 on Celsius, whereas - 25 was the norm. Vice versa in the summer was cooler. It was raining all time and I couldn'... More
  • Navarra province of Spain - dream place for vacation

    by Antonio1962 | 19th of February, 2014

    Situated in north of Spain, in the most occidental point of Pyrenees mountain range, alongside two undred and sixty kilometres of border with France. The variety geologic, human and bioclimatic is placed in three regions; mountain,medium zone and ribera. These images... More
  • Collections Contribution Request Part XV

    by Elianehaykal | 31st of January, 2014

    Here's a new round of my traditional blogs requesting contributions to new collections I'm managing and the usual request to please read the descriptions first then send suggestions (it's time-consuming to go through photos that don't fit the theme) :) The previous 14... More
  • Snow Photos-How to shoot so the snow is white!

    by Nansaidh | 14th of December, 2013

    I love shooting in the snow but found often my camera would want to make everything mid-toned creating images of gray snow, yuck! Here's is what I do to solve that. First, I frame my shot and focus. Then I zoom into a bright area of snow in the scene. Using my exposure... More
  • 100+ images online

    by Vennys | 22nd of July, 2013

    I can´t believe that...with my knowledge at the beginning and now, I´m over 100 images online, great feeling. Thank you DT, members and friends as well... See Article
  • We made it thru winter.. now add to my collection!

    by Inyrdreams | 7th of April, 2013

    Winter can be a time of snuggling in and gazing out the winter and wishing for summer.. but a lot of us got out there in the snow this year and got some amazing image! So I started my own winter collection.. and im looking for images that are snow, cold, outdoors, people... More

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