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  • Slow Food

    by Ellenboughn | 9th of April, 2008

    Best sellers among food images are those of fast food dishes, especially hamburgers and fries that are used on menu boards and in the many articles about the joys AND dangers of fast food. But now there is a movement in the opposite direction called slow food. In 1989 in... More
  • Update Business Images

    by Ellenboughn | 29th of January, 2008

    It’s a fact business images that work seldom ******** from the predictable: business teams, meetings, handshakes, office collaboration and portraits. Within these scenarios you should always try to move ahead by updating wardrobe and props as your images evolve.... More
  • Composition

    by Ellenboughn | 12th of December, 2007

    There are some composition tricks that apply to stock photography specifically. As more and more image use migrates to the web, the old stock photo rule of leaving room for type is becoming less significant. It is becoming replaced with approaches that enhance an image’... More
  • Global Warming

    by Ellenboughn | 11th of April, 2007

    April 22 is Earth Day. The tipping point has been reached. Politicians and corporations have joined the rest of us in sharing concern for what human activity is doing to the earth. As a consequence there is an increasing demand for images that illustrate these major... More
  • 5 warm destinations to escape the winter freeze

    by Dudau | 18th of December, 2014

    If you're not a winter fan, check out these 5 hot destinations you can escape to: 1) Buenos Aires, Argentina   Average temperature in January: 25°C (77°F). It's the most visited city in South America and it has the third best quality... More
  • The In Tempo Building - The Stairway To Hell

    by Steveacer | 16th of December, 2014

    Construction of the In Tempo Building in Benidorm Spain started in 2006 amid much excitement that the 200 metre high 55 floor tower would be the tallest residential building in Europe. The building was completed this year, so I thought that I would go along and take some... More
  • Hey Stranger

    by Emeraldraindropsphotography | 3rd of December, 2014

    One thing I enjoy about my work is the opportunity to meet people. Maybe it is the solitary nature of my work at this stage of my photography. I approach collaborative shoots with the intent to make professional connections with people. The image of model Shay is one of my... More
  • Remains of Berlin Wall

    by Cbomers | 19th of November, 2014

    2014 is a historic year for Berlin. It marks the 25th anniversary of the most significant event in recent German history: the Fall of the Berlin Wall on 9 November. This collection shows images of remains of the Berlin Wall. Berlin Wall   More
  • Idaho Heritage Continued

    by Willhavenrg | 4th of November, 2014

    Private land that borders public land is often an extension of the public land. It is a natural habit to venture beyond the borders of parks and recreation area. However unless the is a posted agreement between the public land and the private owner, it is best to ask permission... More
  • FANTASY MERMAIDS

    by Alenalazareva | 28th of October, 2014

    A mermaid is a legendary aquatic creature with the upper body of a woman and the tail of a fish. Mermaids have been a popular subject of art and literature in recent centuries. Danish author Hans Christian Andersen wrote his popular fairy tale " The Little Mermaid... More
  • 200 Images Online in Less than Two Months

    by Rhbabiak13 | 16th of October, 2014

    I just started Dreamstime on August 26th and today, I hit 200 images online. I am so thankful to Dreamstime for helping me to be able to share my passion with others. Today's pictures that brought me to the 200 mark, were all editorial photos that I took in Downtown Madison,... More
  • New Collection - Images from inside Armed Forces cemeteries

    by Martincp | 25th of September, 2014

    This collection contains images from armed forces cemeteries. They serve as a reminder to us all of the brave, selfless and often heroic acts carried out by the men and women of our armed forces during times of international crisis and conflict. Note: I am only looking... More
  • Medieval tales. A journey at the fortified churches of Transylvania

    by Ciolca | 25th of August, 2014

    I have always loved castles and citadels. Who doesn’t, actually ☺. The older the castle, the more magical the tale. And it so happens that Romania has quite some very special ones. Those are the medieval fortified churches from Transylvania, built by the Germanic... More
  • A little piece of Italy in Germany

    by Culturalstockphoto | 18th of August, 2014

    Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle) cathedral, a famous German cathedral. King Charlemagne is buried here. This room is called Pfalzkapelle in German. It is a rich decorated chapel, with a lot valuable marble imported from Italy. If you visit this amazing cathedral, do not... More
  • Milestone 1000 images online !

    by Danielc1998 | 21st of July, 2014

    Today I reached 1000 travel images of Germany, Austria, Middle east, North Africa, Portugal, Ireland, Sweden, England, Poland, Tall ships, Birds of Prey, Chinese arts and dances online ! my image nro 1000 See Article
  • Conquest on water castle Svihov

    by Thorken | 16th of July, 2014

    The 4th and 5th of July took place a "Conquest of the Svihov castle" in Czech Republic near by city Klatovy. Besides the conquest with tens of wariors (mainly landsknecht and Swiss soldiers) there was lots of performances of historical dancing group, sword fencing groups... More
  • Do you have photos of "Street Art in Berlin"?

    by Iguanacreativo | 4th of July, 2014

    I have created a new collection of Street Art in Germany. Every pic of "Street Art & walls around Berlin, street artists" will be included if you want. Suggest me your photos! Thanks! Gallery -> Street Art Berlin More
  • German Travel Destinations: Castle Ruin Altenstein in Upper Franconia

    by Andiz275 | 27th of June, 2014

    Greetings, I'd like to use this blog, to show you some nice travel destinations from my homeland in the next month. In German Bavaria you can find a lot of medieval stuff: There are many picturesque old castle ruins in Germany and especially in Upper Franconia. As an... More
  • Iceland, the land of waterfalls and old Norse Gods

    by Nikitu | 19th of June, 2014

    Iceland is that remote island we always imagine sitting in a precarious equilibrium between the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean, where volcanoes erupt with the vengeance of the old Gods of Valhalla. But Iceland is also a country of wonders, where the Aurora Borealis... More
  • A bug in the process... (finished...)

    by Janceluch | 16th of June, 2014

    In my previous post I have mentioned an old house which we - me and my wife - have bought last year, hoping to renovate it into our dream home... Yes - plenty of work for already overloaded couple, but this kind of challenges are somehow extremely satisfying and even thou... More

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