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Travel: What Do We Know About Mysterious Nordic Finland?
posted by edosaodaro - 2nd of october, 2013
Having lived in Finland for a couple of years, I am probably one of the very few non-natives lucky enough to have experienced the mysterious life of this interesting country. Most people probably don't know that Finland's... More...
A beautiful day of autumn in Tuscany
posted by dani74 - 30th of november, 2012
I consider myself lucky to live in a beautiful region in terms of nature and history like Tuscany. For those visiting for the first time my region, I suggest not only to stop in our town, but also to explore our countryside not to miss... More...
Oleksiy Mark, a craftsman of photography and illustrations
posted by assignments - 19th of march, 2012
After working in the advertising and publishing industries, Oleksiy Mark, or Scanrail, is now a happy full time microstocker with equal passion for both photography and illustrations. Oleksiy is an accomplished graphic artist and a... More...
Holiday in Versilia
posted by giannit - 11th of october, 2011
To visit Versilia is to encounter a place rich in history, poetry and art, breathtaking landscapes, unspoilt nature and walks of discovery. The Versilia is not only synonimous with enjoyment, tourism and unforgettable holidays, but... More...
25 photos or how to minimize rejects
posted by anastasiap83 - 29th of august, 2011
Finally I have 25 photos!!! I’m half the way to becoming a “photographer working exclusively with Dreamstime.com”. It’s really not so easy to start, so many rejects. I came to conclusion that there are several ways to minimize... More...
Scanned images collection
posted by julia161 - 17th of july, 2011
Hi, Friends. I'm making scanned film images collection. Please, offer your pictures. Your comments about the scanner you used are very precious, too!!! A while ago I wrote a blog about my own scanning experience. If you are by chance... More...
Ready for the 200 sold
posted by paologozzi - 16th of september, 2010
I'vefinally reached the goal of the 100 sold imagins with these two pics of the mediaevale centre of Uppsala (Sweden) now ready for the 200 sold
My film scanning experience
posted by julia161 - 5th of march, 2010
Hope my example willHi, Friends. I'm very happy, because it seems I found the way to use my huge old films archieve. I recently made scans in laboratory. I desided to try two kinds of them and check the difference. Expensive... More...
My scanning experience and some advice
posted by hugoht - 17th of february, 2010
So as you remember from my previous blog, I decided I want to scan all my negatives. Lucky for me I am just an amateur so I found myself with only ~3000 pictures I gathered through the years that I wanted to scan (don’t worry,... More...
Transition from film to the digital world
posted by hugoht - 17th of february, 2010
I am an amateur photographer. Until relatively recently I shot film and was very pleased. For years I used a basic SLR (Nikon F50) and various Nikon lenses. Most of my pictures are from being in the right place at... More...
Scans from Dia
posted by cristalloid - 17th of january, 2010
Recently I gave some of my old dias (24x36mm and 6x9cm) to a professional scanning service that has good references. The scans were made with an up-to-date Nikon scanner at 4000 dpi and saved in maximum quality JPG (12). DT refused... More...
Tuscany, an undiscovered medieval city
posted by nniud - 20th of april, 2009
My hometown is a small city close to Florence, overshadowed by the capital of Renaissance but full nevertheless of little, outstanding architectures, sculptures and works of art that date back to the Middle Age. Here is the town's... More...
Scanning 35mm slides
posted by photoboykane - 21st of february, 2009
I have thousands of slides in my files, and haven't given them nearly the attention they deserve. I recently looked over my statistics: paying attention to which images were viewed and downloaded the most. I discovered that my... More...
My Film Scanning Workflow
posted by reeddaigle - 22nd of december, 2008
As of this blog entry, my portfolio contains 23 images. All were shot on film using a Canon AE-1 camera as old as I am. As I wrote in my first blog entry, I'm not anti-digital. In fact, I'm soon to have my very own Canon DSLR. In... More...
First Sales and First Blog Entry
posted by reeddaigle - 8th of december, 2008
Hello, I'm Reed Daigle, First of all, I'd like to thank my first customers on Dreamstime. During the past week and a half, I've had 4 sales. I appreciate your using my photos. If you don't mind and are able, please message... More...
Scanning for stock
posted by bradcalkins - 30th of september, 2008
I have managed to get an image accepted that is scanned from some of my old slides. I lived for a year in Bangladesh and took quite a lot of photos there, as well as during some travels in India. Scanning is a little frustrating as... More...
My First Month here in DT
posted by azathoth973 - 9th of may, 2008
Hi everybody. I'm Claudio , from Central Italy. I'm here from about a month and you can consider me as a "rookie" : my portfolio contains only 19 images at the moment, and only one download. But even if it's a question of "... More...
How do you deal your films?
posted by lzyspirit - 3rd of january, 2008
When you finish taking a picture in film, how many steps will you take before it can be uploaded to DT? I am quite nervous about this. I like take slides with Kodak 100VS. But it is really a big problem for scanning and digital darkroom.... More...
Don't Throw Away Your Film Camera
posted by shootalot - 20th of september, 2007
Recently I have been scanning some old negatives from 1988 and have discovered quite a few nice photos. With film going out of style the temptation is to sell the old film camera for a song or even give it away. I tried that with... More...
Boost up your sales part 9
posted by dnf-style - 4th of september, 2007
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