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  • Got inspired, thank you!

    by Awizard | 11th of April, 2014

    I think that everybody needs inspiration from time to time. I live in Ukraine, last haft a year has been very tough here. I was exhausted emotionally, did not see any positive tendencies, did not find any source for inspiration to take pictures. But then I read Wisconsinart‚... More
  • New Photographer

    by Gavinp101 | 26th of December, 2013

    Hi All, I recently become an exclusive photographer. I was under the assumption that each image accepted received a $0.20 reward, is this correct, or is it each image that sells receives this bonus. I am new to this and am just starting to learn a few techniques... More
  • Going Green.

    by Vincentho | 5th of October, 2012

    Green is the color and I'm now one of them!(they said it in the email) .In this case the 3 R's are review, respond, rewards). After a year plus on DT, I have finally come to a conclusion to be an exclusive illustrator, and what makes me decide on it- the 3 R's. I... More
  • setting goals

    by Phoenixci | 8th of July, 2012

    Who would have believed a few months ago that I, a photographer without any training, would have reached over 100 photos accepted. The start of the journey was hard and after many refusals I wondered, (as many others have I am sure) if this was for me. I decided to take every... More
  • Positive 2011 !!!

    by Riana444 | 20th of January, 2011

    I am with Dreamstime just over a year now and with 122 images I have 64 sales so far. I am very excited about two images in Level 3 - with total downloads between the two pictures of 26! All that I can say is not to get down when your pictures are rejected.... More
  • Maintaining a balance

    by Tan510jomast | 20th of April, 2010

    This month I celebrate my anniversary with Dreamstime as a contributor. It's been a very trying and testing year in micro stock especially for me, since I started out being more or less a "sunday micro stock photographer" shooting only weekends for Dreamstime and others.... More
  • My first 3 level 2 illustrations in 1 week!! :-)

    by Xlina | 3rd of December, 2009

    Hi everyone:-) It has been truly amazing week for me on Dreamstime! :-) My 3 illustrations turned into level 2 images in a week. What a great feeling!:-D I'm so happy. It feels such a great reward for my hard work. I just thought I share this with you:-) Lina... More
  • My first photo in the editor's choice

    by Paulbinet | 7th of May, 2009

    I am so happy to see one of my pics in the first page of dreamstime. I am really proud. It's a good reward to see is pics on the first page. All i wish is the same feeling to all of you member of dreamstime. Good day and keep uploading PAul Binet More
  • Another one of my photos found!!!

    by Retina2020 | 3rd of April, 2009

    I recently just found another one of my photos. Photo on Market Research PDF I googled my username and dreamstime and found it. I'm as so happy. It such a rewarding feeling that I just had to blog it out. Thanks Dreamstime. The photo being used is the one below.... More
  • Keeping up the pace with best sellers

    by Windowseat | 23rd of February, 2009

    It takes great effort to keep up the pace with Stock photography, but it is so rewarding. Not just the money but the credit you feel when some of your work gets to be used world wide. Then there is the enormous feedback from the sales of your images. Which become best sellers,... More
  • I became exclusive

    by Mildegard | 5th of February, 2009

    Well, that's the news. I became exclusive to DT today :) I think it to be a good choice for an amateur like me that doesn't have tons of time to work with lots of agencies. And the reward 0,20$ per uploaded image may look humble, but considering that in my country postgraduate... More
  • Learning to Win: My 50th Image on DT

    by Aughty | 11th of November, 2008

    50th image accepted on DT, yea! This was more of a learning curve for me. Not a profitable one, but when you love something and want to do it 24/7 then material things are meaningless. My goal for DT is to have 400 images accepted by March 2009. At that time I should... More
  • Expensive hobby!?

    by Billysiew | 24th of September, 2008

    Photography is one of the most expensive hobby, however if you can turn hobby to profession, then all your investment will be rewarded. What do you think? See Article
  • What Should I Do?

    by Davidwattsjr | 21st of August, 2007

    After blogging here for a little while, I've wondered - what should I do with these credits I'm accumulating? I'm a photographer, and I don't buy photos. But I've got 13 credits now with which I may buy photos. What should I do with them? Perhaps you're in the same... More
  • Doing Things Cheaply and Receiving BIG Payouts!

    by Jsternig | 18th of August, 2007

    As a college student I am limited by my wallet. Between paying for college, affording rent, and attempting to build up enough savings to eventually START my life, I find that I have little spare change laying around to really jump-start my photography. I can't afford a fancy... More

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