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  • It's All There in Black and White

    by Ellenboughn | 22nd of August, 2007

    Advertising screams, ‘We want color photos!’ and galleries yell back, ‘Only black & white matters.’ That was the past. Yes, it’s certain that color images dominate in print and web advertising and that classic photography found in galleries is more closely associated... More
  • Saint Valentine's Day in Russia

    by Olgabugrovskaya | 5th of February, 2016

    Saint Valentine's Day is celebrated in many countries around the world, although it is not a public holiday in most of them. The history of this holiday is well known to everybody.   Tradition of celebrating Valentine's day In Russia appeared not so long ago as Europe... More
  • Warm winter and Romance anywhere on beach

    by Leonwang302 | 18th of January, 2016

    This is a warm winter in Vancouver.BC Canada. It was just a piece of snow at city downtown area this year, nothing surprise:) There was the romantic thing that happened on the beach when I was taking pictures with seagulls:) Wish everyone here is falling in love and romance... More
  • Financial Times recommends visiting a Romanian village

    by Mihocphoto | 5th of January, 2016

    Dear photographers, Several days ago I wrote a small piece about how CNN was recommending Romania as a worthy tourist attraction in 2016. The reputed newspaper Financial Times does the same and more specifically recommends a small village in Romania called Magura, a traditional... More
  • CNN includes Romania in a list of top holiday destinations for 2016

    by Mihocphoto | 30th of December, 2015

    Dear photographers, CNN recommends Romania as a tourist destination in the following year. If you are passing through Romania I recommend you several locations you can visit or photograph: Sighisoara, Sibiu, Brasov, Maramures - Merry Cemetery, Bran Castle (Dracula's Castle)... More
  • Eliminating color can add drama and romance to your pictures.

    by Chanevy | 19th of October, 2015

    Why shoot in black and white when there are so many wonderful colors in the world? Shooting in black and white or for conversion to black and white forces you to really zero in on the light and shadow in your image and can add a lot of drama. On a recent trip to the... More
  • Autumn love shades

    by Oliena | 1st of September, 2015

    Autumn is a special season for weddings. In many folk traditions the rituals of new family celebration took place right after harvesting, when tons of fruit and vegetables were gathered, fresh wine and beer brewed and gardens blossomed with amazing colors in honor to the... More
  • 10 cities more romantic than Paris

    by Dudau | 9th of February, 2015

       It's that time of the year again, and if you're thinking about hitting the road with your sweetheart for the Valentine's weekend, let me suggest you 10 cities more romantic than Paris. In no particular order: 1. Prague, Czech Republic    Filled with mystery,... More
  • Roses Are Red, Violets are Blue...

    by Rickdeacon | 3rd of February, 2015

    ... It's almost St' Valentine's Day, who's in love with you?   I have to admit I've never really been one for Valentines Day, I'm not really the romantic type and prefer to show my love in ways other than buying predictable (usually red coloured) gifts and paying inflated... More
  • Love is on the way

    by Inyrdreams | 26th of January, 2015

    Love is on the way, celebrated in high fervor on February 14, also know as Valentines day. Roses will be sent, chocolates drooled over, baubles hidden in champagne, and decadent desserts. The color red, symbolizing heat, romance, fire, and love.. will be in abundance. Hearts... More
  • Roman Baths With A Difference!

    by Steveacer | 13th of January, 2015

    Very often Roman Baths use a thermal spring for the hot water, but these were cut into the volcanic rock at the edge of the Mediterranean Sea in El Campello Spain.     See Article
  • 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
  • UNESCO Michaelischurch (image)

    by Culturalstockphoto | 14th of August, 2014

    Hello DS-users, Recently I visited some ancient interesting towns in Germany (Hildesheim, Monschau) where I created appealing images. That is, if you are interested in historical buildings/objects such as Romanesque churches (some of them a thousand years... More
  • Danube Boilers - the place where peace lives

    by And19sv | 3rd of July, 2014

    If you ever need a break, if you ever need a place to run away or just want a weekend out consider a visit to The Danube Boilers.     Placed in the south-west corner of Romania, Danube Boilers are a magical place where the river carved the mountains and made a great... More
  • Bigar waterfall, Romania

    by Nikitu | 23rd of April, 2014

    Last week we visited the arid landscape of Arizona. It is time to move to greener pastures and we go to Romania, in Caras-Severin county, Nera Gorges - Beusnita National Park. We are exactly at the 45th parallel north and we are going to visit Bigar Waterfall, the miracle... More
  • Romancing the Camera

    by Daddiomanottawa | 22nd of January, 2014

    I often wander about with my camera... even on the coldest of winter days and nights. Whilst some enjoy a cold, winters evening in their home, sitting on the couch, huddled under warm blankets and enjoying the TV, I might be outdoors in -30 degree weather doing one of... More
  • Short Trip to Rome

    by Spike28742 | 14th of January, 2014

    I was lucky to attend a short business meeting in Rome and managed to take some beautiful shots. I loved the Roman forum and the feeling of being at the centre of the Roman civilization. But also enjoyed watching the greatness of the Colosseum in Rome... More
  • Caraiman Heroe's Cross in Guiness World Records

    by Sebastiangh | 8th of January, 2014

    Caraiman Heroe's Cross is in Guiness World Records for the tallest summit cross in the world. A summit cross is a cross erected on or near the summit of a mountain. There are larger crosses in the world, and summit crosses at higher altitudes, but the Caraiman Cross is... More
  • Pollution

    by Feriteglas | 28th of December, 2013

    Well, this place is a heaven for photographers but it is a hell for life. People have been moved uphill and all animals are gone. This is a minery area in the middle of Romania. More
  • Food Photography

    by Feriteglas | 4th of December, 2013

    I have some recent food photography accepted on Dreamstime. No special arrangement, just made them with my phone and uploaded. I am thinking of getting more specialized in this kind of photography, I think it sells good, right ? This is my first blog post here in Dreamstime... More

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