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Controlling Situations Where You Have No Control
posted by wisconsinart - 30th of june, 2013
We've all seen stunning pictures of spontaneous events of human dynamics or mother nature engaged in some sort of spontaneity. Some of these images become icons in the world of art. Some win Pulitzer prizes. And in some cases, an image... More...
Understanding Camera Flash
posted by robinstockphotos - 27th of june, 2013
From one of my recent articles for someone... Frequently wondered points about flash photography (basics and advanced): 1. They say pop-up flash ruins photos. It is true? Yes and no. Pop-up flash eliminates all shadows as seen... More...
Learning Video...Help!
posted by angelaostafichuk - 22nd of june, 2013
Earlier on this year I made a resolution to branch out into other mediums, and video was one of the ones that seemed to have the most potential. You can do so much with it, and video can be an excellent tool for empowerment when taught... More...
Asia, An Amazing Continent To Photograph
posted by angelaostafichuk - 16th of june, 2013
There are a million incredible places in the world, but the continent that keeps drawing me back is Asia. The reasons are numerous why I always return, it's the colours though that continue to capture my attention and imagination... More...
Now, more work and less talk...
posted by robinstockphotos - 12th of june, 2013
I had been waiting impatiently for getting proper equipment. I have been tired of post processing each and every single photo from my compact camera. The only good feature of my compact camera is IS and 840mm lens. So, finally...... More...
A Studio Without Walls and Lighting Without Lights
posted by wisconsinart - 11th of june, 2013
The image you see here in my blog is my second Editor's Choice. Creating it was actually very simple and it may be of interest for the amateur stock photographer in how it was done. There are three layers in the image. (1) The dungeon... More...
My latest cute dog images
posted by peanutroaster - 11th of june, 2013
I've created a rather large portfolio of cute small dog images over the past couple of years. Staring my own dog Tiki who stars in the book "the Quotable Westie" available now on Amazon and some of his cute friends. My latest... More...
50 credits sales
posted by henrymm - 6th of june, 2013
Just a hobbyist, without tons of uploaded images, several images still being rejected by DT, earning a little more than usual make me jump, jump and jump. I don't have good sales in 2013. One of the reasons I believe is I quit... More...
Travel Photography
posted by tempestz - 5th of june, 2013
Many of you travel and I am lucky that I get to do so for my day job as an engineer. This position has taken me from California to Taiwan and many states and countries in between. Unfortunately, I don't always bring my DSLR camera... More...
Good Exposure for Landscape Photography
posted by illuminativisual - 3rd of june, 2013
The traditional triad of ISO, aperture and shutter speed is the determinant of exposure. Appropriate selection of these three parameters will ensure the optimum exposure to record a scene as desired. Selecting exposure settings that... More...
Tripods...Useful or Too Heavy to Carry?
posted by tempestz - 28th of may, 2013
Many of you already know that in order to capture tack sharp images either with a macro lens or a telephoto, you must use a sturdy tripod. Additionally, using a shutter release and changing the setting within your camera to keep... More...
How To Gain "Exposure" and It's Not What You Think!
posted by wisconsinart - 25th of may, 2013
I've learned a few things about "Exposure" over the years. When you first start, the thinking is you need to get your name out there. You want to maximize the options for people being able to find your work and generate sales. All you... More...
Debriefing my first event shoot
posted by chanevy - 25th of may, 2013
As a long time Toastmaster, I was honored to be asked to be the official photographer at a district convention. Totally unpaid, of course, but it sounded like fun and would be a great learning experience. And boy, did I learn.... More...
How to get loooong shutter speeds.
posted by honkamaa - 24th of may, 2013
Hello guys! This post is for beginner photographers out there who are interested in getting started to experiment with long shutter speeds for landscape or any other photography. The question answered in this post is "How do... More...
Finding the Humor in Photographic Catastrophes
posted by chipclark - 23rd of may, 2013
Most any photographer that has spent even a modest amount of time shooting has experienced moments of blunders and mistakes that, as far as he/she is concerned, at the time, were horrific catastrophes of monumental proportions. Then... More...
Finally, my own independent blog!
posted by robinstockphotos - 18th of may, 2013
I have been writing a lot of articles here and many don't really show up high on Google search results. And those who aren't members cannot follow me. I cannot post images not yet approved by Dreamstime for sale. So here goes my... More...
My New Camera
posted by peanutroaster - 16th of may, 2013
Ok after squeezing over 1,500 stock images out of my micro four thirds camera over the past two years, it was time to cash in some earnings and go pro. I started out this journey a few years ago after jumping into DLSRs in order... More...
First sale! :-)
posted by glocoru - 15th of may, 2013
After one month (more o less) I've sold my first photo! It has been a suscription but I'm very very glad, excited...! I liked this pic since the moment I watched it after downloading in the computer :-) By the moment, the one... More...
Gear vs Eye
posted by mangalika - 9th of may, 2013
I often encounter a question. Well, I am so sure most of you must have answered such question. You upload a good shot in your public profile and the next question will be 'Which camera?' Might be the most irritating question for a true... More...
The Road to 3,000 Sales
posted by starletdarlene - 6th of may, 2013
When I first started on this road to Stock Photography I thought it would be an easy transition from Wedding Photography to Stock Photography, but it wasn't as easy as I anticipated. What makes a great Wedding Photograph doesn't... More...
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