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For Nikon D800 users
posted by vilaimages - 10th of march, 2014
Hello everybody, I just wanted to share an experience I had with DT that took me a while to figure out. I have been uploading RAW files taken with a Nikon D300 as additional format with every submission with no problems. It was after... More...
And the 2014 Word of the Year is .....
posted by karenfoleyphotography - 2nd of january, 2014
I'm a list maker. It's what I do. It's how I keep myself organized. I'm such an extreme list maker that my husband jokes that I need to keep lists of all the lists that I keep! Sometimes I write things... More...
My first sale for a recent picture uploaded was as TIFF resolution !
posted by editor77 - 5th of september, 2013
The image was approved on 08/15/2013 and the first sale coming on 09/05/2013 as TIFF resolution. 10 views and 1 sale. My earning for this sale was about 12.28 USD for lvl 1. I'm happy with that! The picture was taken with a pocket... More...
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posted by karenfoleyphotography - 31st of december, 2012
Today is the first day of the rest of ….. What does a New Year mean to you? Is it a time of Reflection or Projection? Is it all about changing bad behaviors from previous years? Or is... More...
resolution a big deal
posted by kjcimagery - 30th of march, 2012
I have been very fortunate with my relatively small portfolio and I actually just passed the 50 upload mark. I am very curious to know and hear opinions about the resolution of images in general. The majority of my photos are 6.1... More...
New year and open possibilites
posted by birksphotography - 4th of january, 2012
This year is going to be a big leap for me. I've been a contributor of DT for a couple of years but I haven't really done much. This year I will be adjusting my submissions to be RF stock oriented and being more involved in the community.... More...
Mind the size
posted by grisho - 10th of may, 2011
I just wanted to share a personal observation with the rest of the contributors. Maybe a lot of you are already aware of this but I guess some of you are not. So, it's about the maximum size we should save our images/illustrations.... More...
Mini Review: Canon 7D for stock
posted by bradcalkins - 11th of march, 2011
I've owned and shot with a Canon 40D for a while now, and have been very happy with it. For my personal use it is more than adequate as well. I did feel that 10MP was starting to get dated, especially when cropped - and I figured... More...
Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads.
posted by markandrewphotography - 27th of december, 2010
It's that time between Christmas and New Year when people start to think about making their New Year resolutions, often focussed on dieting and/or stopping smoking. I'm no exception to making them myself, likewise breaking them!... More...
This, That, or The Other
posted by williamardrey - 17th of september, 2010
I have decided to upgrade my basic equipment by Christmas, but don't know exactly what to do. I currently use an Olympus E-510 DSLR and I love the kinds of pictures it takes. However, the resolution of a lot of the pictures is not... More...
Hello World!
posted by russelllinton - 18th of january, 2010
Hello all, I'd like to take some time to introduce myself to the community of designers and contributors here at Dreamstime. I'm a graphic designer who took a bit of break from the creative life to pursue a less creative, highly... More...
An Unexpected Model
posted by cmarshall717 - 14th of january, 2009
Very unique photo opportunities can present themselves at some of the most unexpected times. I was at the CAP 089th Squadron (Civil Air Patrol) to photograph their move into a new facility at MacDill AFB in Tampa, FL. They were moving... More...
Hang In There!
posted by cmarshall717 - 3rd of december, 2008
To all you newbies out there, or those of you wondering if you will ever reach your first payout, hang in there. I first started uploading to Dreamstime in September of 2007. So, you looked at my profile and said to yourself, "Hmmmm,... More...
87 Days left in 2008!
posted by irisangel - 5th of october, 2008
There are only 87 days left in 2008. There are so many things left to do, so many holidays left to celebrate, and promised resolutions yet to achieve. January will make 1 year that I have been a contributor here on Dreamstime. I am... More...
Resolution high
posted by cool79 - 9th of march, 2008
Creating high resolution illustration is not so difficult, all you have to do is to work out you graphic in high resolution or in vector program like Corel when no matter was it original big or small, vector drawing can be saved in... More...
Higher payments for extra-high resolution images?
posted by timehacker - 3rd of march, 2008
I was just wondering why does the payment scheme ends at 8 Megapixels? It's nice that pricing for downloads depends on image resolution. But why does the scheme end at 8 MP? My opinion is that this pricing scheme (up to 8 MP) was... More...
New year just started....2008
posted by kaphoto - 7th of january, 2008
The day Its 31st Dec , everybody gets excited about the new year, make new resolutions party and make new friends. what is more interesting is how soon we forget about them, the resolutions, friends, party, and off course about the... More...
New Years Resolutions
posted by torchdesigns - 3rd of january, 2008
Every year People all over the world bring in the next 365 days with many hopes, aspirations, and more then a few ideas on how to make things better. None of those ideas has quite the emphasis as the “New Years Resolution”.... More...
stock photography....My New Year Resolution..!!!
posted by kaphoto - 4th of december, 2007
Well I have been slow in uploading images, but its encouraging and exciting to see that you sell even if you have a small portfolio. And I can see what can happen if I upload lot of images. I know I have been lazy...in uploading and... More...
Your Camera, RF & RM
posted by thefinalmiracle - 27th of september, 2007
NOTICE : The fact remains that better the camera, the more approval ratio you have and more sales as well, but I am writing this blog from my experience and analysis. When I hit the stock concept on google, it wasn’t microstock.... More...
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