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posted by ellenboughn - 16th of september, 2008
America and some other parts of the world are somewhat preoccupied with the U.S. presidential election. The candidates are often out and about in public and can be photographed in venues large and small. Images of the candidates are... More...
THAILAND People Revolution
posted by gewwer - 20th of december, 2013
THAILAND People Revolution does not have the ability to govern the country we can wait another 4 years to elections other governments for government again. Foolishness is not a problem but the sin of greed and enchantment for power... More...
The Elephant and The Donkey
posted by karenfoleyphotography - 3rd of october, 2013
Most of you are probably aware of the iconic images used for America's predominant political parties. The Republican Elephant and The Democratic Donkey Using these two mascots together can turn any topic into a political... More...
Texas Protests and Tips for Photographing Rallies
posted by seekingdivinity - 4th of july, 2013
I spent a number of hours at the Texas State Capitol during Sen. Wendy Davis' filibuster. Sadly, my camera was inoperable, but that meant I got to live in the moment, talking to strangers, sharing stories, and shouting. It was also... More...
Cairo's life, politics, children
posted by guernica - 22nd of march, 2013
Hello, I just submitted more editorial images and waiting for approval of the rest and I will post them soon as soon as they get approved. I photographed these photos while i was in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt... More...
After the Election...Christmas!
posted by peanutroaster - 6th of november, 2012
It's been a long election season here in the USA. Now election day is here and I'll be relieved when its over even if it takes days to count up the votes. It seems to have a strangle hold on the country's ability to think about... More...
Protests in Bucharest, Romania
posted by dudau - 24th of january, 2012
Hundreds of Romanians rallied in Bucharest for 12 days in a row, to protest against austerity measures, calling on president Traian Basescu and prime minister Emil Boc to quit. The protests started on January 13, because of a planned... More...
Temple of Preah Vihear (Cambodia v. Thailand)
posted by digikhmer - 31st of may, 2011
Normally I'm not interested in politics but it's different this time. My country has tried to fight peacefully to recognize its rights to the Temple of Preah Vihear located on the northern border with Thailand. This temple has been... More...
Outsider wins at 25 / 1.
posted by davidwatmough - 26th of january, 2011
I just checked the Dreamstime database and found Nick Clegg was quoted at 25 to 1 in the most recent British General Election. The other image provided by my search was of the House of Commons, the British Parliament in London.... More...
other two editorial immage approved
posted by morgancapasso - 2nd of july, 2010
i still going true my portfolio and they approved other two editorial image, and saturday i will going to the gai pride of rome hope to make few new immage :-) morgan editorial More...
The UK Election.
posted by davidwatmough - 25th of april, 2010
For months I have been trying to build up a portfolio of images related to the Westminster Parliament in London in preparation for the election in May. I am very politically minded because I don't want the party which landed us in... More...
Scott Brown senatorial candidate my 1st editorial image
posted by mstycoon - 18th of january, 2010
I've always envied the photographers that have editorial images. It seems nothing of interest ever happens here so I haven't had the opportunity to participate in that category...that was until a campaign caller from Massachusetts... More...
Patriotism in the Off-Season?
posted by whit722 - 29th of october, 2009
Technically, while the peak demand may be down in the US for the typical patriotic images, there are probably some countries who are in full swing due to their own Independence Day. Of course, there is always a little need due to military... More...
Beijing Olympics not for everyone
posted by litifeta - 24th of july, 2008
Political uprisings are common place in democratic societies. But not so in China. The Chinese Communist Party ensures that dissent is continued to be frowned upon and dealt with harshly. Since China won the 2008 Olympic bid it has... More...
Pragmaticism
posted by espion - 27th of september, 2007
This completes a trio faintly religious tinted articles. In this image, it is ostensibly about Buddhism as it has a giant Buddha statue, but it cannot be further away from reality. The Chinese version of Buddhism is highly pragmatic.... More...
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