• Home
  • Blogs
  • Stock Photography Blog & Community Forum

Stock Photography Articles about power & Community Forum

  • The power of social media - referred members

    by Alvera | 30th of October, 2013

    I want to share something from my statistics: "41 users were referred by you. 6 photographers were referred by you. 1 buyers were referred by you. 1 payment plans were purchased." This was done in the last year by using Google+, Google blog, Twitter and Facebook.... More
  • The power of photoshop..

    by Billysiew | 3rd of March, 2013

    Just want to share with you how powerful the Photoshop is.. This is the original photo.. and after photoshopping it became.. How is it? or can you find any flaws? :) See Article
  • Concept Photography

    by Eric1513 | 15th of February, 2013

    The very best photos, including stock photos, are simple and convey a clear concept. The easier the idea of the image is to understand the more powerful it becomes. The last month or so I have tried to submit to Dreamstime photos with a clear concept. Here are a few recent... More
  • Wind Energy

    by Radub85 | 30th of August, 2012

    Last month i was traveling across the country and i noticed something that it was a rare thing in these parts 10 years ago: wind turbines. Maybe now people understand that protecting the environment is really an important thing. The importance of wind power are numerous... More
  • Finally 1000 sales...

    by FabioConcetta | 27th of July, 2012

    Finally I reached the incredible figure of 1000 sales, are really happy and enthusiastic about this result, I never thought of power to go that far! As always thank those who have believed in my pictures and all of you friends of this wonderful community of Dreamstime. Here... More
  • Creative Light

    by Eric1513 | 30th of April, 2011

    I am sick of taking photos of things that are isolated on white. I am sick of large flat light. I am sick of uploading mass amounts of dull, lifeless photos, even when they sell. I am simply sick of the rut I am in and I am aching to see and create images that are powerful... More
  • Is Nuclear Power Worth The Risk?

    by Shootalot | 24th of March, 2011

    In Washington D.C. many protests are unannounced. I was down at Lafayette Park next to the White House to check out the protest scene on 3/20/11 and listened to music and speeches from a small group protesting nuclear weapons and nuclear power. Obviously nuclear power has... More
  • The Magic of Monotone Photos

    by Eric1513 | 14th of March, 2011

    Monotone photos are powerfully simple and convey emotion like few types of photos can. With all extraneous color eliminated, we are left only with light and shape. Add to that a single color and the image is more powerful than its individual parts. In previous posts... More
  • Photography and the Color Red

    by Eric1513 | 15th of November, 2010

    Human blood, love, anger, sin, passion, and danger, are all symbolized by the color red. Additionally, in some cultures in the East red symbolized prosperity and luck. Several studies indicate that red carries the strongest reaction of all the colors, with the level of... More
  • Simplify to Sell Stock

    by Eric1513 | 19th of October, 2010

    Photographers and designers have the same goal: to create and/or utilize powerful images that make money. One thing that sets successful photographers apart is that they know that a simple image is almost always the most powerful image. To illustrate, imagine that you... More
  • Green Energy

    by Miele | 15th of October, 2010

    During my last trip in the USA, go to Palm Springs. The city is waiting to be discovered, but among the most incredible things is the wind farm ... an expanse of wind turbines to produce green energy! I really like to think that that city is supplied without polluting the... More
  • The Power of Color and Negative Space

    by Eric1513 | 4th of October, 2010

    Nothing brings power and emotion to a photo as well as bold, saturated color. Photographers capturing photos with this type of color are praised for the mastery of their images. But just capturing bold color is not enough alone to make a powerful photo. The purpose of... More
  • Info Lithium...

    by Martin333 | 4th of October, 2010

    An info lithium battery has no memory effect mainly because it wakes up inside your camera only to bang it's head on your camera's inner casing... Then after a full recharge we shoot we shoot till 4 bars become 3, now the bump on the head incurs upon your day as it... More
  • The rule of thirds

    by Imaengine | 8th of June, 2010

    The rule of thirds in photographic composition is one of the very basic rules and taught to budding photographers and entry level aspirants in the stream. The rule of thirds is a fundamental rule in photographic composition. Basically you align the areas of interest in... More
  • Photography + Poetry = 10000 words

    by Archangel72 | 24th of December, 2009

    I mean, really! Photography, yeah it's beautiful, I like it myself so much. Always discovering something new in a world of pictures, wouldn't you say? But, did you ever wonder how nice it would be to add one new dimension to this, already profound art? Let's extrude... More
  • Green & Green

    by Davidwattsjr | 24th of July, 2009

    I was on my way to Niagara Falls last weekend. I thought I might be able to get some useful pictures for stock purposes. Unfortunately, I wasn't very happy with the photos I took. Maybe its just too "touristy" of a place. But on the way through the back roads of upstate... More
  • Power!!! How to shoot lightning bolts

    by Modi1980 | 7th of July, 2009

    Hi All, In the last winter I finally succeeded in photographing a lightning bolts, and not one, about ten of them. To shoot a lightning we'll need to use long exposure of course, and not as someone from my work has asked me (how was you able to click on the shutter this... More
  • when you have the power, how do you use it?

    by Nikitu | 27th of May, 2009

    Yesterday I talked about a bit of microstock and Dreamstime history. Today I'll continue with something a little more individual: the power of one. History is full of important, powerful people, from Cesar and Genghis Khan to Roosevelt, Hitler and Obama. All powerful personalities,... More
  • all done by photoshop!

    by Annieyek | 5th of February, 2009

    I really like photoshop. I learned it by myself. At the begining, I thought it only can used for photo editing like changing photo level, contrast, color.. things like that. But, this is also a powerful drawing software.It can come out an illustration like below: Every... More
  • Passing by with the camera

    by Ks2008q | 27th of November, 2008

    Many times, passing in the morning for work, I looked at these monumental constructions - water-cooling towers local power station. While at last has not understood that in solar weather the smoke going from their pipes, forms an interesting composition against the morning... More

Stock Photography that BLOGS!

Interact, make friends, share tips and techniques, have fun. Dreamstime wants your ideas and thoughts whether you are a photographer, designer or regular user. Create a blog to tell your story, promote favorite images and photographers, post tutorials or simply exchange opinions with your with fellow dreamstimers.

Don't forget words and pictures go great together so make sure you choose some Dreamstime favorite pics to brighten your article. For inspiration, check out the hottest or the most useful blogs on the left.

Create a blog to tell your story, promote favorite stock images and photographers

Create your blog

questions, meet answers

Join the discussion in the Dreamstime photography forum. Learn from, and share with, hundreds of professional stock photographers just like you!

Photography Forums