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  • Cape Verde VS Rain

    by Alex3 | 17th of October, 2015

    Cape Verde before rain         and Cape Verde after rain     See Article
  • The Process of Photographing Falling Rain

    by Gracelife | 9th of September, 2015

      Few things capture the essence of a rainy day like a photo of the falling rain. I don't mean images of water droplets or small rivulets, but rather photos that capture the lines and sparkle of a true downpour. Capturing the falling rain is a relatively simple process.... More
  • The Photographer’s Creative Process

    by Gracelife | 2nd of September, 2015

      For many photographers, the hardest part of a photographic project is settling on an idea. Fine art photography isn't so much about snapping as many photos as you can in the hope that you get the perfect shot. Instead, a good project takes lots of time, thought and... More
  • Is 350!

    by Vladimirz747 | 5th of July, 2015

    Here also the boundary 350 is taken! It is so much files at me in a portfolio. I understand that it very much and very little.... Ten more times are necessary so much...   But the more I work with DT - the more you understand the defects and misses, as photographer and... More
  • I started a new hobby this year. :o) Bonsai from seed

    by Cglightning | 24th of December, 2014

    (First; sorry for my english ;o) ) This year i started a new hobby. Creating my own bonsai-trees from seed! :o) One of my little Plants is accepted in Dreamstime. Maybe next year i have luck and more pictures of it`s growing and bonsai training will be accepted here.... More
  • Have you ever saw a round rainbow

    by Monicaclinton | 28th of October, 2014

    I saw a picture of the rainbow someone took from a airplain, the amazing thing is that the rainbow is round. but we all know the rainbow should be semicircle, how could it be round. then, I learned that how the rainbow looks like depends on the position you viewing it.... More
  • My first photo sold

    by Radoimihay | 27th of October, 2014

    Photo story begins in the summer day when I was in the train station in Craiova. Sun, warm outside, the atmosphere torrid summer, so I pulled out the cell phone and I caught a few random shots. I came home and browse photos I decided to upload this picture in dreamstime... More
  • First Goal for 2014

    by Iheartcountryphoto | 23rd of May, 2014

    Last year, my first year with DT, I successfully uploaded 50 photos. That was a tremendous feat for me being so new to everything. This year it has been my goal to attain my 100th upload. This year I reached this goal in less than five months. It is only my first goal... More
  • Environmental Africa - The Good and The Bad

    by Edosaodaro | 28th of August, 2013

    I recently visited Nigeria - a rarely trodden part of the world (with the fear of kidnapping and a desperate shortage of infrastructure amongst only a few of the obstacles laid to bare). Whilst in an extremely remote part of the country - where some independent rain forest... More
  • Blurrrr

    by Sydney | 20th of May, 2013

    What do people think of this photo! See Article
  • "Bad" weather photography

    by AuthenticCreations | 17th of May, 2013

    The weather is bad. On the day that you planned to take some nature images outside. Why “bad” weather should keep you away from photographing some nature? Even in rainy or misty weather you can take good shots. Clients are not only looking for sunny images. So go... More
  • Making the most of a wet night ...

    by Bevanward | 12th of April, 2013

    I was returning to my hotel on the last night of a recent trip to Brasilia, Brazil's capital. I had been banking on using this night to go and shoot however it was raining hard. That morning I'd told the taxi driver that I wanted to shoot a couple of places... More
  • Becoming an athletic photographer...

    by Miraclemoments | 4th of February, 2013

    Well this could very well be the first training blog for all you photographers out there who would like to become "photo fit". We have all felt that tiredness in the shoulders, cramps in the hands from holding that camera body and 800g lens hanging around your... More
  • Sharpening the creative saw – Vega’s Wedding Photo Course

    by Alistaircotton | 17th of October, 2012

    Over the past few weeks I’ve been attending Vega School of Brand Leadership’s Wedding Photography course in Durban, South Africa. It’s likely that wedding photography is the most demanding of all photographic assignments. So it stands to reason that if one can learn... More
  • First Extended License

    by Solidsdman | 15th of August, 2012

    What a nice surprise this morning to see my first Extended License download. And for such a simple image of a stack of towels. You never know what will attract buyers. See Article
  • So, you want to be a pro photographer.

    by Seawatch1 | 27th of June, 2012

    You most likely want to be a pro and perhaps you already are. But are you a good pro? Or do people cringe when they see you are going to be on a shoot? Here are a few tips that will make you a better pro. Check your ego at the door - You are a good photographer or you... More
  • What is noise and how to handle it? (in 5 minutes ;)

    by Parkinsonsniper | 18th of May, 2012

    Hi everyone, I think noise (or “grain” as called in the analog photography) is the most common problem of most of us, especially for photographers who work outdoor without artificial lighting. There are many softwares, plugins and filters who try to deal... More
  • Continuous learning and review. The art of success?

    by Mark6138 | 19th of April, 2012

    Like many people on DT I have spent time looking at other people's portfolios and wondering what they have done to get the often exceptional sales to portfolio size ratios they have. One thing that is obvious is that there is a need for a mixed portfolio consisting... More
  • WHEN IT SNOWS.....................

    by Akulamatiau | 2nd of February, 2012

    A few days ago, snows finally hit Geneva after a very long while. It snowed for 24 hours. Unfortunately I have to go to work for the whole day. I was really restless waiting for the office hours to end to go shooting. Rushed back to my house to change and collect my... More
  • Memory Issues

    by Thefinalmiracle | 13th of October, 2011

    I am sure that my generation and the next is in grave danger of losing the memory capacity of our brain due to digital revolution. This trend will set a change in human evolution also in coming years. Even some generations before me who are hooked to the tech will be facing... More

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