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  • Pet photography – the battlefield of a very popular niche

    by Malinash | 14th of May, 2014

    In my block apartment where I grew up, I was surrounded by three dogs, different parrots and even a hamster. My little zoo has been the joy of my childhood and when they died whether from illness or old age, I was devastated as if a brother or a sister had gone. I&... More
  • Wildlife in India

    by Shariqkhan | 13th of May, 2014

    There are many National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries and Zoos in India. Various species of animals including Tigers, Leopards, Gaur, Sloth Bears, Deer and Antelopes, Wolves, Hyena, Jackal and Foxes seen in them. Although spotting Tigers, Leopards and Sloth Bears... More
  • 500 Online Photos

    by Yorgy67 | 13th of May, 2014

    Finally, the first milestone! It took about 13 months to reach 500 online files. Much learnt from mistakes. Continue working... Just to share this 500s file from the Flower Parade in the Netherlands only 10 days ago... See Article
  • Lake Baikal, the Pearl of Siberia

    by Nikitu | 13th of May, 2014

    As the vast evergreen forests of Russia's Siberian taiga extend southward toward Mongolia, the ground rises and the terrain becomes more varied. The border between Siberian Russia and Mongolia is a natural divide here, with rugged hills and mountains forming series... More
  • My first sale on Dreamstime! ka-ching!

    by Cartoondealer | 12th of May, 2014

    I would like to thank whoever bought this image. It's an ice breaker! Probably all photographers know the feeling of their first sell; it motivates for more. It took some pain to get this image and cost me one wisdom tooth. I was wondering... Maybe the buyer is actually... More
  • The 500th sale :-)

    by Thorken | 12th of May, 2014

    Yesterday I celebrated the 500th sale of the photo. It is just one day after I celebrated the 2500th photo accepted :). See Article
  • Hair Today

    by Litadoolan | 11th of May, 2014

    Spotting antiques from a junk shop is one way to make a mint and I continue to sharpen skills watching the Antiques Roadshow. I feel a long way from putting my money where my mouth is and investing in some bonafide silverwear, but tonights show made me think how we age... More
  • Milestone: 2500 photos online

    by Thorken | 11th of May, 2014

    This week was accepted my 2500th photo to Dreamstime.com. I´m looking forward to doubble it :-). And it was just at the end of february when I celebrated 2000th photo online. And this is the 2500th accepted photo: More
  • Happy Spring!

    by Bradcalkins | 11th of May, 2014

    We all get to experience Spring at slightly different times of year. I moved to Salmon Arm over a year ago, and really enjoy the Springtime here. It helps that most of these were taken in my own yard, but it doesn't really matter where you go it is hard to not have your... More
  • Because like so to do

    by Wxh6763 | 10th of May, 2014

    Everyone has his story about everything. For example, I like photography. Many years ago, I like it only through enjoying photos. Because no money buying camera. But however, I like it and enjoy it, never tired for it. When I have my-own camera, I treated them just... More
  • For all TRAVEL LOVERS

    by Mishys | 10th of May, 2014

    One of the philosophers said "The World is like a book, and people who doesn't travel read just one page the whole life...'' I suggest you to see photos from different cities of different countries - each of them has it's own charm... More
  • How to ruin a photo album

    by Litadoolan | 10th of May, 2014

    Flipping through faded photographs of holidays, (Kodak variety) I spotted how part of every trip for me is to 'go' to the ruins. I celebrate the past in my new destination even if it is not labelled or clear if the statues are native to the country or an import.... More
  • A picture of theatre is worth a dictionary

    by Litadoolan | 10th of May, 2014

    With a midnight deadline (tonight!) I am rustling together the 50 words for a Fringe brochure listing, that will best describe my show (a drama set in Famagusta, Cyprus examining divisions when two ex pat brits cannot cross to the South after being part of an anti fracking... More
  • 3d animations with blender3d compositing tools

    by Zenox2d | 9th of May, 2014

    I'm not using blender3d just for 3d modeling and rendering my objects.Sometimes I create 3d animations with particle effects, or create some turntable 3d animations of my 3d models. Blender3d is awesome software for modeling, but there are also awesome tools for video compositing.... More
  • Lights out or bye bye photography

    by Myriiel | 9th of May, 2014

    We made plans to go on a trip. We decided the date for late May, early June. Then we started dreaming. I used to dream of relaxation (people see me as a lazy person, therefore i dream about free time) and she was dreaming of traveling. This image is not part of my dream... More
  • Spring Strolls

    by Alexsleepy | 9th of May, 2014

    This year started in Romania with a warm and quite rainy winter. Unfortunately I could shoot all the winter pictures I had planned for this season. Now, spring is finally here, the days got longer and the weather warmer and sunnier. So, don't waste time in your house,... More
  • Abstract fire

    by Brocko | 7th of May, 2014

    If you are out at night and have a campfire near you, put the camera on tripod set it, focus, shoot it and then spin it until the timer has stopped... and let's see what came out. See Article
  • Don't Geotag Your Wildlife Photos

    by Elianehaykal | 6th of May, 2014

    Here's an Article on Petapixel I came across today. Poachers use geotagged photos to get to their preys, often endangered species! See Article
  • Look down to move up

    by Litadoolan | 6th of May, 2014

    A pal runs a yacht hire company that has done nothing but thrive. He has a sun tan all year round and lives on a diet of ice cream cones. It feels like he was born in a bed of roses and I wish him well. Everyone knows someone like that even if it is from reading about... More
  • Romance amongst the macaroons

    by Litadoolan | 6th of May, 2014

    A friends shop was failing. Stuck out of town and making luxury layers of cake her talents were not being seen. Then we had the idea to jazz up her shop window. Out came the coffee machine and in went exquisite sweeties. We are what we sell (she has all the... More

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