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Putting things into perspective
posted by georgecy - 26th of september, 2012
If you have an SLR or dSLR camera then chances are, you are wondering which lens to buy, which working focal length to invest in. Well in case you haven’t figured it out yet, the answer is simple (in the sense of choosing your focal... More...
What I Did This Summer .or. How Stock Photography has Changed my World
posted by karenfoleyphotography - 20th of september, 2012
I think there is something magical about this time of the year on dreamstime. Maybe I'm a bit of a voyeur, but I love to browse through random porfolios to get a peek into how my fellow contributors spent there summer holidays... More...
Beyond the Rule of Thirds; Vanishing Points
posted by chanevy - 30th of june, 2012
The rule of thirds is an indispensable guideline for composing commercial images, but there are other options out there! Have you tried using vanishing points to create perspective in your photographs? This is a concept that is... More...
The future of microstock is bright
posted by mvogel - 8th of september, 2011
I have read a lot of blog posts in the last year and a half since I started doing microstock about how the industry has seen it's better days and it is all down hill from here. From my perspective it is doing just fine. Sure I... More...
Positive perspective
posted by petin - 8th of september, 2011
Last week I sold my first PE-L. Nice surprise for me and beside my latest earnings I would not be so pesimistic regarding microstoc future, as I could read recently in some blogs. Of course, the gold time has been probably gone, but... More...
Get High to Change Your Point of View!
posted by deniskelly - 14th of june, 2011
Want to see the world from a different point of view? Then get high! I'm not referring to using psychoactive substances, but to the simple act of climbing to somewhere high so that you can look down on the world. To get these pictures... More...
Photographing Horses - A Unique Perspective
posted by sgcallaway1994 - 2nd of november, 2008
Horses are majestic creatures. Their powerful size alone demands your respect. Its not easy getting a close up shot. What I've discovered is if the goal is to capture horse portraits or head shots the trick is to get the proper... More...
Different perspective of view
posted by papuga2006 - 28th of october, 2008
Looking for some new fresh photos I found some that inspired me to look at this subject more carefully. Maybe once we all had the bad news “This very well covered subject …” so I search the stock to see my self what new can be... More...
Flowers tips
posted by papuga2006 - 13th of october, 2008
Flowers is the most well converted subject on DT but still this topic is not closed for new fresh one view, but how to look on flower to see something new? I have some tips for searching fresh view in this subject. First change... More...
Keywording Service
posted by charlesoutcalt - 11th of february, 2008
Taking a tip from another Dreamstimer (thanks, KenneyStudios!), I submitted a few images for full keywording. I was a little skeptical at first, thinking 'How could they know my photos better than I do?' Well, I am officially... More...
War seen through a photograph and video
posted by fertographer - 4th of october, 2007
I was thinking about the world war movies when this thought struck me about some difference between photography and video on the world war. Of course besides world war, we can relate this two subjects together almost frequently to always... More...
It's a matter of PERSPECTIVE!
posted by photojay - 26th of august, 2007
As a 'self proclaimed' student of photography, I have made it a point to mentally critique every image I can reasonably take time to do so. One of the things I notice time and again that I think separates a good photograph from a great... More...
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