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posted by dengqingke - 25th of october, 2011
Caterpillars on the leaves to sleep, it long terrible thorn.
Waiting for a Butterfly – A Series of Photo Shoots
posted by rubybayan - 29th of january, 2011
One of the first photo projects I thought of submitting to Dreamstime was the life cycle of the Black Swallowtail Butterfly. When I saw the caterpillars devouring my parsley in the backyard, I knew I had to take the photo opp. I... More...
How do you know if you are really stock photographer?
posted by deedeedixon - 11th of august, 2010
This question entered my mind the other day when a very unique and exciting photo op came into my life. I was getting ready to get into bed and a huge scorpian ran across my sheet. Instead of running for my camera, I ran for a shoe... More...
Am I really making money from microstock?
posted by marekuliasz - 15th of november, 2009
I started microstock photography 2 years ago. Today, I have almost 1800 pictures in my portfolio submitted to multiple agencies and working part time for microstock. Every month, I am posting earnings reports in my blog, Pixels... More...
better a lemon or a masterpiece?
posted by philo71 - 30th of april, 2009
finally after moths..i upload a new draw..was months i didnt work for dm and now, taking a look to my profile, i thought to myself...mmm, maybe this thing really works....!!!!but i m trying to uderstand really which kind of artworks... More...
1000th Download
posted by espion - 19th of november, 2008
Took me 15 months to attain it, with a revenue of $932.54, or an RPD of $0.93. Total image online is 1520 and thus an RPI of $0.61. I think I am definitely NOT a microstock superstar. I like to think I am typical, but maybe... More...
Don't touch the animals
posted by dcwcreations - 27th of may, 2008
Animals are a great subject to photograph and have even started the turn to be a good stock photo as the world looks to be a greener planet. But please have some respect and don't touch them. Fawns when first born have two natural... More...
Help me please - the caterpillar cried
posted by fertographer - 25th of september, 2007
Sometimes nature turn out to be in a way humourous most likely not the way it intended to be. Things just happen this way that we as humans view this humour from a giant's point of view and find it how it reflects our daily activities... More...
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