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I feel good..
posted by billysiew - 14th of september, 2010
It really feel good when my picture was appeared on the DT login page. :) For example, if you type internet business and press search button and then logout. then go to login page. You will see my 4 pictures on the login page.. Here... More...
1300 online !!!
posted by defun - 10th of september, 2010
With new isolated animals pictures being approved, now get 1300 online, hoho^^
level 3! and $3 away of payout.
posted by zenpix - 30th of august, 2010
This snuck up on me, i did not even realise i had a lvl three till just now. Also and more exciting (cause i could realy use the money right now) im almost at my $100.00 payout. Im $2.91 short of $100.00. Anyone want to... More...
lucky day!
posted by yuritz - 28th of august, 2010
Got up this morning with the sun light caressing my skin,hoping for a good weekend and something to enjoy,maybe some pictures to take and some great time...after the routine things I went to check my Dreamtime's profile,just for a quick... More...
Taking the time to get it right
posted by mvogel - 27th of august, 2010
This is my 7th month uploading photos to Dreamstime and this month has been my best acceptance rate to date, 72.7. Over the last 7 months I have learned a lot from my accepted photos, 63 to date, and even more from my rejected files,... More...
Marina Del Rey
posted by cteconsulting - 21st of august, 2010
My first blog entry so hope I publish this correctly. LOL. Last weekend, I attended a pre-wedding event for some friends of ours. The location was in Marina Del Rey, so after the event, with camera in hand, I went to the dock and... More...
200 milestone
posted by yhca - 10th of august, 2010
Finally, I have uploaded 200 photos. This picture marked my 200th milestone.
posted by mikefoto - 30th of july, 2010
In essence as photographer you must separate image subject from the overall image and the context in which the subject is put or found (object/background). The following is just a guidline to achiving this, and also for ensuring useful... More...
I find there is always a photo hidden in there somewhere.
posted by mikefoto - 23rd of july, 2010
Often an image is hiding in the overall scene somewhere - details that I miss and pass by without noticing. So what I do, generally, to find these hidden gems, is to look for contrast between elements, find strong graphic shapes,... More...
My first editorial picture sale !
posted by youths - 22nd of july, 2010
^$^ My first editorial picture sale ! (In shanghai) ^$^
Researching before going on vacation
posted by mvogel - 21st of july, 2010
I currently reside in Japan and I am getting ready to go on vacation for 3 weeks to California and Texas. I plan to take thousands of pictures on my trip but before I leave I am doing some research. First, I am looking at what kind... More...
Shoot it before you eat it
posted by mvogel - 11th of july, 2010
My family and I recently stopped at a restaurant on our way home from a family outing. We live in Japan so we eat a lot of Japanese food, especially sushi and sashimi. My wife ordered that sashimi plate and before she got a chance... More...
Looking in your back yard for inspiration
posted by mvogel - 11th of july, 2010
Recently I uploaded and had accepted a picture that was taken in my back yard. Many times people think that a photographer has to go to exotic destinations or shoot in a studio to get pictures that someone wants to buy. This is not... More...
Got first 100 picture approved here
posted by editor77 - 9th of july, 2010
The things are going faster. I reached at 100 photos approved on DT. Thanks
Words & Pictures Go Together Like Peanut Butter & Jelly!
posted by knowledgeable - 8th of july, 2010
To really spice up your photos, try adding text to them using different fonts and colors. A simple word on a photo can sometimes make all of the difference in the world. Remember photographers, you may know what you... More...
I finally found one of my sold pictures
posted by mangroove - 6th of july, 2010
Hello, After many Google searches for "Mangroove Dreamstime", today I finally discovered on the internet one of my pictures. You can find the article and the picture on the following links: http://www.ecobabysteps.com/2010/07/... More...
finally reached the 100 accepted pictures on DT !!!
posted by egonzitter - 3rd of july, 2010
finally reached the 100 accepted pictures on DT with 33 pics accepted last month !! I really hoped to reach this amount at the end of the year but it went very quickly recently. I bought a macro ring flash and a 50 mm macro 2.8 lens.... More...
posted by shuiyanxii - 23rd of june, 2010
I have uploaded 30 pics, only this one passed,,i need to learn something
posted by kaththea - 21st of june, 2010
A year ago one of the contributors of DT, a great person and a great photographer and designer, Richard Hoffkins (Macdaddy) did a generous thing: he bought pictures from 15 newbies, and I was lucky to be one of them. He then posted... More...
Making a blog to Dreamstime, a walk in the park
posted by robertosch - 18th of june, 2010
Thank you Dreamstime, for the opportunity of blogging. We can say what are we thinking and show our pictures, we can do critics, ask questions, and stuff. On other words, a great place to learn things and to show our thoughts.... More...
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