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  • Reuse Your Images Multiple Times

    by Jsternig | 12th of March, 2008

    With a little bit of Photoshop magic, you can reuse the same image to create several different scenes with various different feels. By isolating objects and using parts of otherwise unusable images, you can create great pictures from nothing. Check out these lighthouse pictures... More
  • Rolling On In

    by Moonb007 | 6th of March, 2008

    Now that my portfolio is growing I am seeing earning starting to see the sales roll on in, it’s very exciting might I add. I have moved my portfolio up to 41 images and tried to get everything from signs, buildings, people, etc....basically a broad scope to see what does... More
  • Website

    by Nightangel666 | 1st of March, 2008

    Hello everyone ! I thought of opening my own website to show my paintings and photomanipulations I would like some tips or experiences that you could have done when trying to open your site. Actually, I've registered to a free hosting service (... More
  • Expose frequently photos

    by Papuga2006 | 29th of February, 2008

    I was reading about this technique in photography, the meaning is that the background of photo is exposed different then the subject. Try to find such photos in Dreamstime with that mystical expressions and choose some of them to illustrate the idea. That technique can... More
  • Walk around The Capitol

    by Timehacker | 21st of February, 2008

    How many photos of one building can you sell? Answer: A lot. You always have a plenty of different views, many details etc., so you can always take many shot of a single building. Here is an example from my short walk around The Capitol in Washington, D.C.: More
  • Remove Distracting Elements in your Photo

    by Retina2020 | 20th of February, 2008

    Ok. Take a long breath before reading the next sentence. Have you ever took a photo and thought to yourself that the subject in the photo would be a good stock photo and when you finally downloaded it into your computer and finally viewed on your monitor that there are brightly... More
  • Tip on Fixing Rejected Photo Submissions

    by Retina2020 | 14th of February, 2008

    First of all let me say that Dreamstimes strict acceptance criteria definitely shows in the quality of stock on this site. Bravo! Now that is out of the way, let me share a tip with you to help with acceptance of your rejected submissions. I'm sure everyone has had... More
  • A tutorial to impress your valentine !

    by Nightangel666 | 13th of February, 2008

    You can see here a wonderful tutorial for Photoshop to impress your valentine on Valentine's day ! Have a good learning time and a great Valentine's day ! More
  • photos on medical stent

    by Holyezid | 7th of February, 2008

    they must have more photographies of this subject so that they almost are not See Article
  • creating illustrations in photoshop

    by Taragolden | 5th of February, 2008

    im pretty new to PS, in case, you havent guessed, and ive been experimenting with turning in some simple images into illustrations. mostly with the cutout artistic filter.. how do you like my moon in a purple sky? i think its pretty cool, but then im rather a sucker for those... More
  • show us your favorite automotive / car photos!

    by Arenacreative | 1st of February, 2008

    Here is one of my favorites- please share some of yours! See Article
  • When is it too much Photoshop?

    by Terrim128 | 28th of January, 2008

    Forgive me if this is the wrong place to post this question. I am relatively new to DT as a contributor, although I have used over 80 images from DT as a customer. Although the images I have presented were never taken to sell as stock photographs, I thought I would... More
  • Graphics&illustrations

    by Bsilvia | 22nd of January, 2008

    I started two lenses on Squidoo. One is about graphic and illustration: Graphics&illustrations and the other one is about Photoshop brushes (free downloads) Photoshop brushes list Maybe you will find them useful. Best, S* More
  • the learning curve continues...

    by Taragolden | 19th of January, 2008

    im still finding my way through the rejections and acceptances and by looking through everyone elses great work.. i feel kind of silly to be excited over a 60 cent sale but it is my first one.. i shot this barbeque pig the other night and had to clean it up a lot in PS,... More
  • Important Photos for Life

    by Micspix | 18th of January, 2008

    The last few weeks at work have been quite thought provoking. You see, I make part of my living restoring photos. In the last several weeks I have had the unfortunate job of working on a number of photos of people that have recently died. Relatives of the recently... More
  • New user

    by Pywacet | 17th of January, 2008

    I am very new to dreamstime. I am enjoying the free photos and photos for purchase. I think the price is reasonable and great for both professionals and students. At this time I am in my second to last semester in art school. I have been studying Graphic Design at The... More
  • Download #500

    by Djapeman | 10th of January, 2008

    Hello everyone! This is my first article here, and that is because I waited for something special to write about it... OK, maybe 500 dls isn't so special, but at least this was a little push for me to write this :P So, this is the #500 dl image: or maybe it was... More
  • Reliving the momment

    by Dcwcreations | 6th of January, 2008

    One of the many benifits of taking and looking at photos is that it helps us relive the momment. Now that it's the dead of winter and I look at this tropical photo I remember it like it was yesterday. The warm sea air, the beauty of the water and the nice surprise when... More
  • A tip to help say goodbye to bygone bibelots!

    by Loveliestdreams | 21st of December, 2007

    When it's time to clean out vintage clutter, take a picture, then say bon voyage! Some things sit in storage for years, and seem so precious when we take them out to relive the memories once in a blue moon. I regret getting rid of some things that I held on to for so... More
  • HDR

    by Davidwattsjr | 12th of December, 2007

    Tatar recently posted about HDR (high dynamic range) photography. I'd like to see more discussion of this technique, what works and what doesn't. I thought I'd try to get the ball rolling with a few samples of what I think are well-done HDR photos. - beautiful view... More

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