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Diversity at last...
posted by llareggub - 22nd of march, 2011
I have spent all winter working on shot indoors at playing with some ideas as well as churning out lots of shots that have probably been done a thousand times, but it has been a great learning process. However I have been jonesing... More...
Found my image online!
posted by heathse - 22nd of october, 2010
This evening I opened an email from a seed company advertising bird seed..and there was my image of Fred, the robin that posed for me all last winter! I will of course be buying my seeds from them this year! I wish more buyers would... More...
Stretching your creativity.
posted by davidwatmough - 19th of september, 2010
Soon after joining Dreamstime I noticed that very often concept images do well. So when the weather isn't favorable for trips into the countryside I sit and try to create an image with small props lying around the house and office.... More...
9 Months and Some Sunflower Seeds to Reach First Payment
posted by marekuliasz - 23rd of september, 2008
I needed 9 months to reach my first payment from Dreamstime. The $100 line was crossed by this picture of sunflower seeds on a tablespoon. About $10 in this amount came from referrals. Dreamstime has provided so far 8.2% of... More...
I see people
posted by dcwcreations - 24th of june, 2008
I don't know why or how but all of a sudden I realised that I'm taking more and more shots of people. Now please don't get me wrong, If I have an opportunity to catch a great shot of an animal I'll take it. But over all I... More...
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