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Over 50%
posted by mvogel - 25th of february, 2011
Last month I blogged that I was almost at a 50% acceptance ratio. Well I finally got back to 50%. Now I just need to keep it up there.
Almost back to 50%
posted by mvogel - 13th of january, 2011
After many months of learning the hard way, my acceptance ratio is almost back to 50%. I am at 49.6% right now and hope to get back into the upper half by next month. Climbing the ladder after falling down to almost 30% has been tough.... More...
Join Dreamstime on Facebook and Twitter
posted by achilles - 1st of june, 2009
Dreamstime goes active and interactive! If you have a Facebook and/or Twitter account, you can now keep updated with our most recent news, posts, and activity in general each time you access your account on these two social networking... More...
With great caution to use keywords softs
posted by luming - 21st of march, 2009
The other day I used a kind of keywords softs which once I find in Internet. But due to use the keywords softs careless, So that my photo on line has many irrelevant keywords. As a result my account was... More...
How do you deal your films?
posted by lzyspirit - 3rd of january, 2008
When you finish taking a picture in film, how many steps will you take before it can be uploaded to DT? I am quite nervous about this. I like take slides with Kodak 100VS. But it is really a big problem for scanning and digital darkroom.... More...
Any suggestion of compact digital camera good for sunday photographer?
posted by charon - 8th of september, 2007
Hi everybody, this is my first blog. I'm looking for a choice of digital camera that is compact and easy to use, take good pictures and have excellent price to value. Am I too greedy? Yes, one more, the body color and shape of the camera... More...
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