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  • Siam Paragon Bangkok Royal Orchid Paradise

    by Pakinai17 | 2nd of December, 2014

      The event will feature more than 600,000 beautiful orchid blossoms. Some of the orchids presented are from the ten ASEAN member countries. Some of the most beautiful and finest orchid blossoms will be used to decorated two five-metre tall structures, in the shape of Hanuman... More
  • My first $100 after seven long months !

    by Danielc1998 | 9th of February, 2013

    Today I reached my first $100 royalties. The minimum needed to request a payment. Hope the number of sales increases in the coming months. How are you people promoting your portfolio in DT ? Do you have a website ? use facebook or some other venue ? Or it is just... More
  • What is a Stock Photo license?

    by Bagiuiani | 21st of June, 2011

    When you are subscribing a photo on a agency you will be asked to choose a type of license on with your photo will be sold. Type of license may vary slightly depending on the agency but in fact there are two types of license: Rights Managed and Royalty Free. (RM)... More
  • Spring !

    by Dgphotographic | 17th of March, 2011

    I am lucky enough to live in a fairly rural area of West Berkshire, there are plenty of lovely old cottages and village scenes.... apart from the modern road markings, cars and telephone wires ! These can make finding the right angle to take your photograph or the composition... More
  • Appeal to Buyers

    by Georgeskyrillos | 12th of November, 2010

    Would you please postpone any purchase of my images until the 10,000,000th Image Milestone Day? According to the current ETA, it's Nov. 24th but it might change, hopefully sooner. So please monitor the tab below Assignment on the Welcome Page to keep updated about the... More
  • Editorial vs RF

    by Bobsphotography | 12th of November, 2010

    A couple of blogs ago I wrote that my editorial pictures are not selling that well, but at this stage I do sell more editorial than RF. Of the last 40 sales, 24 are editorial. These pictures are my latest editorial ones. More
  • P-EL

    by Georgeskyrillos | 9th of August, 2010

    How many of your sales are "Print Usage (P-EL)"? I've got 5 so far (shown below), pretty good increase in earnings such sales bring! My latest P-EL was today, the swan, hence this blog... Go ahead and post yours. More
  • Are they honest

    by Bobsphotography | 22nd of April, 2010

    I was just thinking how DT is controling the usage of a picture. If for instance a picture is bought by subscription as royalty free, but the buyer makes 50.000 creeting cards with it, who is checking that? If he sells these cards outside the Netherlands, where I live, I... More
  • Trend line

    by Amitai | 26th of October, 2009

    Today I reached my sales goal for the first time since I've joined DT, 30$ per day. When you think about it, it's not much, only 600$ a month (Average of 20 days of sales a month, for me), but considering the fact this is a passive income from photos uploaded long time... More
  • Becoming Exclusive

    by Amitai | 16th of October, 2009

    I did it, I am an exclusive photographer with Dreamstime.com. I am in thestock photography business for 5 years. During that time, the steadiest rise in sale was thru Dreamstime.com. I average 5$ in the first few months, today I average 500% more sales. I don't know... More
  • One way to shoot people without needing a model release form

    by Kenishirotie | 24th of June, 2009

    I just want to share in this blog one way to shoot people oriented stock photo without needing a model release form. For those who are new to stock photography, any photo with recognizable persons in it must have an accompanying model release form or else it can be sold only... More
  • Shooting in the royal garden of China

    by Linqong | 5th of May, 2009

    In the history of China, Beijing was the capital of three dynasties of China.Therefore, there are many well-known imperial garden in Beijing,this is an important theme that a lot of Chinese photographers often shoot too. I think the reason why the garden of China really... More
  • Editorial V Royalty Free

    by Jaboardm | 3rd of October, 2008

    Editorial V Royalty Free My editorial images are bringing a good share of downloads with a lot less effort on my part. I don't have to get a model release or go through and remove all of the logo's or other possible copyrighted items from the images. I struggle... More
  • Royal courtyard.

    by Linqong | 18th of March, 2008

    This royal house is located in the famous Peking University,"LangRun Garden" There have been several hundred years of history. LongRun Garden, situated in Weiminghu Lake on the north shore of the island, surrounded by ring of water, towering old trees,The exquisite courtyard,... More
  • Royal long corridor of Beijing

    by Linqong | 28th of January, 2008

    Beijing is of numerous royal gardens, the long corridor is a great characteristic. On the long corridor, carved beams and painted rafter, decorative paintings, make the person too plenty for the eye to take it all in. The content drawn includes flowers long feather, personage'... More
  • Something from the Palace Museum

    by Nataliesusu | 2nd of December, 2007

    Beijing , China from the royal dining room to the emperor's jade pillow. Welcome to China ! See Article
  • Real Dreamstime royalties

    by Achilles | 2nd of October, 2007

    What's the real royalty rate that Dreamstime awards to its photographers? Thanks to the bonuses we support, the royalties are in fact higher than our contract with you, the contributors, bounds us. While the Sell your images page or our terms mention the standard 50-60%... More
  • Extended Licenses & Money

    by Thefinalmiracle | 31st of August, 2007

    In many agencies, photography forums, magazines I have seen a lot of people argue about the extended licenses available in the microstock industry. The licenses grant the rights to the buyer to modify the image they bought and resell it as their product (images printed on... More

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