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  • RAW vs JPEG file formats and the advantages of RAW format

    by Fultonsphoto | 9th of December, 2008

    I was looking at the advantages of RAW vs JPEG file formats and the following may prove interesting or usefull to other submitters. The first advantage is in a RAW file's ability to be used and re-used without damage. The beauty of working on RAW files is that... More
  • 1st Anniversary

    by Billysiew | 7th of December, 2008

    I have joined Dreamstime for one year. I was quite satisfy and happy for what I have achieved in DT. Thanks Dreamstime for giving me a space to share my work. I really appreciate for those buyers who downloaded(or used) my pictures because you made me feel good. I will... More
  • Sales stats - the addiction

    by Saniphoto | 4th of December, 2008

    I know many microstock photographers became addicted to check their stats. That is quite easy, being the numbers there at disposal. In the traditional agencies is not so, that's why there is this danger of becoming 'badly' addicted to check earnings in microstock. One... More
  • Finally, this is what I waiting for..

    by Annieyek | 2nd of December, 2008

    Finally, I became an exclusive photographer! Straight away earn $10 for 50 uploads. :) hope I have more uploads and more sales.. I will go for celebration...Let's pizza!!! See Article
  • November Sales BME

    by Mollysauro | 1st of December, 2008

    These are just a few that were Downloaded I can't wait to see what December will bring for each and everyone of us. More
  • Trends in sales

    by Saniphoto | 30th of November, 2008

    After reading an interesting posting by Iofoto (aka Ron Chapple) in a microstock discussion group I gave a look at my personal yearly trends. It was an interesting discover especially to analyze the year trend broken down by month. I found out that mine was almost exactly... More
  • 300 Sales!

    by Hot99 | 29th of November, 2008

  • Importance of professional photography skills in stock photography

    by Yarchyk | 26th of November, 2008

    Are professionally trained photographers more likely to have better sales than amateurs who make wonderful photos as well? Is it really important to know all the skills and secrets of photography to become a successful stock photographer? Is it important for the buyer to... More
  • Relationship between portfolio and sales

    by Saniphoto | 24th of November, 2008

    I want to share some data and analysys that I think can be of some interest to all. In this 2008 alone, I've raised my portfolio of almost 100% to a total of 2690 images online (and the year is not over yet!). I can testify that also earnings were also growing, going... More
  • Write your blog to Increase your sales

    by Asaliro | 23rd of November, 2008

    How to increasing sales in DT? that's the question in my mind. Then i just thinking, Write your blog!!! don't forget using your image or other photographer, why??? First thing, with blog in DT, visitor will see our profile right? because DT blog will appears in time... More
  • Despondency turns to elation

    by Fultonsphoto | 21st of November, 2008

    Well I am now up to the 3 sales mark in just over 24 hours and climbing, no matter that it was my fellow photographers that bought 2 of my images, thanks guys/gals, it has done wonders in transforming my despondency (not that bad but adds interest) into elation, which... More
  • Crop Factor, can ruin sales.

    by Creativei | 20th of November, 2008

    Hi, I would like to share something with DT which I guess will be very useful for everyone on DT, I don't know if this subject is already covered, if yes, sorry for my ignorance, but anyways I'm continuing to write this at least newbies might get benefited. Well recently... More
  • 200 Sales!

    by Cleaper | 18th of November, 2008

    Whilst I haven't quite kept up with my somewhat over ambitious goal of 100-150 uploads a month I am pleased to say that my sales seem to be quite steady. I have just reached 200 sales in around 10 months. Although my limited experience tells me that if I had reached my... More
  • Celebrate my first 10 sales

    by Zhiyuli | 18th of November, 2008

    I am so happy today that I have sold 10 pictures in dreamstime. See Article
  • Why oh Why?

    by Astargirl | 12th of November, 2008

    Why is it that every single time I near the $100 payout mark my sales slow waaaaay down? I've been selling 1-3 photos almost every day for awhile UNTIL I had earned about $95, and then...almost nothing. I'm less than $2 from payout and it has taken me a week to get from... More
  • How to make money with DT-1

    by Korat_cn | 12th of November, 2008

    I'm a freelance illustrator. Illustration is not just a hobby for me, it's a job. I'm used to have clients who want this, that, and that one. Clients that have ideas, but not clear ideas, and your due is to find something in their mind and put it on paper. And after each... More
  • 200th Down load....

    by Jaboardm | 10th of November, 2008

    A sign of improving... It took me 6 months to reach my 1st 100 down loads, and a mere 39 days to reach the 2nd hundred down loads. I have also uploaded more images and even managed to get a few in that aren't sports related. (I need to keep working on expanding that... More
  • First 100 sales !!

    by Stockshooter | 9th of November, 2008

    Reached the first sales milestone ...100 sales ..This one was the 100th.. See Article
  • 100 Sales!

    by Zhangjian | 27th of October, 2008

    Thanks to the each buyer´╝ü See Article
  • 50 Sales!

    by Tdmartin | 26th of October, 2008

    Hit the 50 sale mark this afternoon! It took over a month and a half to reach the 25 mark, and only 23 days to reach the 50 mark! I didn't believe that sales would jump to new highs every month even though I've been slowly uploading more work. Now I believe it! Thanks... More

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