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  • First model released image approved!

    by Marsaz | 1st of September, 2011

    Hello, Everyone, This is the first article on my blog and I'm very glad to say I've just got my first model released image approved here on Dreamstime! Can't wait to see how popular and profitable it will be. I've always liked shooting people at family events or... More
  • The Beginners Guide to Portrait Photography

    by Rinderart | 16th of June, 2011

    Just released, everything you need for the beginner. Go to www.rindersmithphotography.com See Article
  • Useful plug-in for photoshop cs5: imagenomic portraiture

    by Janeedward | 9th of June, 2011

    Portraiture is a Photoshop, Lightroom and Aperture plugin that eliminates the tedious manual labor of selective masking and pixel-by- pixel treatments to help you achieve excellence in portrait retouching. It intelligently smoothens and removes imperfections while preserving... More
  • Yikes!

    by Taylorgracephotography | 12th of May, 2011

    So this has been an incredibly busy week outside my world of photography. My children have more of a social life than I do and end of the year school activities have me running in all directions. Which has turned out to be a good thing because that has left very little... More
  • The best model I ever worked with...

    by Llareggub | 12th of May, 2011

    I read a blog on here sometime back written by Eric1513 about the people around us being free models and was struck by an idea... I have very little experience in taking pictures of people and the thought of learning how best to light people and try and manage composure... More
  • Improve my stock portfolio - MR documents

    by Sarkao | 5th of April, 2011

    I decided to improve my stock portfolio. So I began to ask my friends, models and relatives for sign MR document in english and started upload pictures of them in last weeks. It is little bit difficult reorganize pictures from last five years and contact some of models,... More
  • The sharpest Tokina 11-16mm and its chromatic abberation

    by Deechhom | 18th of March, 2011

    Note : whatever I am discussing here applies iff (if and only if) you are going to print bigger than 12x18 sq. inch size of a photograph. Below that size you just need a DSLR and any lens, yes I said any lens. And that will give you same result as $8000 camera with $1900... More
  • Winter Collection

    by Dark3y3s | 13th of March, 2011

    I have just created my first collection! It's winter (NOT Christmas) related, only portraiture. Here's the: Link Let me know if you want to join! See Article
  • Portrait action set for photoshop

    by Jayfish | 17th of February, 2011

    Hello this is my first blog and it a bit of shameless self promotion I’ve built an action set for Photoshop which you can down load from my website www.jasonsalmon.com and until 27 Feb 2011 it's free. The action set builds a set of layers for doing any portraits i.e.... More
  • More results and a thank you to DT

    by BCritchley | 20th of January, 2011

    This month has seen a few minor milestones for me and I would like to shares these with you. I have found the last 9 months on here has taught me so much about photography, microstock and where I want to go with the whole thing. This month I have had my 400th picture... More
  • First Portraits Attempt

    by Shopartgallerycom | 3rd of January, 2011

    These days I tried to make the first funny portraits with the new camera and lenses, I don't know if I was able to show what I wanted to show in these pictures, I know are not really good, but I'm studying. I have to buy a lot of professional lights too, if you have interesting... More
  • Tilt Shift Portraits

    by Stuartkey | 6th of October, 2010

    Just added a new post to my main blog: Tilt Shift Portraits It's very short, but I'm thinking about doing an extended version to explain bit more about the technique of using this particular type of lens. It was used to create some of the recent shots in my portfolio... More
  • The Ever Versatile Beauty Dish

    by Photoshow | 4th of September, 2010

    Today I thought I would share a classic portrait technique with you. This is a quick and easy lighting setup that can be used for head shots and portraits. The gear required is minimal and the space needed is even less. This setup can be effectively utilized in a very... More
  • Narcissism

    by Elenaray | 28th of July, 2010

    :As I was writing this blog entry mostly what I feel is how boring and dreary the subject is... because narcissists are so limiting and negative despite their unending efforts to appear otherwise. I see that there are real people out there doing joyful things together... More
  • Soft focus

    by Raindrop | 21st of July, 2010

    Hi, I decided to create one more blog for those who like soft focus. Few months ago I bought book Scott Kelby CS2 for photographers and find lot of nice tips. :) One of them is how to create soft skin but to reserve all details on skin. So I did it and for my taste it was... More
  • Meet Cecilia

    by MinervaStudio | 6th of July, 2010

    Say Hi to her :) She can be very shy, but can che pose, man ;-) Here is a collection of her posing in business and concept situations, hope you like her. Many more to come in the few next days, so stay tuned! Bye Luca More of her HERE More
  • Portrait Lighting

    by Rtdesignstudio | 13th of May, 2010

    Hi, we've just published an article on Portrait Lighting, where we explained the basic lighting techniques and schemes for creating 5 types of portraits. Please check it out and let us know what you think. Portrait Lighting More
  • On the model contract

    by Jianbinglee | 22nd of April, 2010

    Sometimes a good portrait can not upload. Because it was taken while traveling, modeling is a stranger, it can not find the models to sign. In this case, the photo or in my possession, or to upload editorial mode. Are you encountered this situation? More
  • Self portrait

    by Davulcu | 22nd of April, 2010

    Sometimes it is really fun to make self portraits. I only did one and wanted to share it with you. If you have similar ones, please feel free to attach them to your messages. Thanks for reading Serdar Tibet More
  • Rotating files for Portrait orientation

    by Hugoht | 21st of January, 2010

    This is mainly for newbies. I’m talking about those pictures you shot while holding the camera rotated 90 degrees. I’m sure if you’ve been here a while you already know this. While uploading my first pictures, I saw that DT is reading the EXIF information from... More

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