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More sharp, less noise.
posted by maxsp - 6th of january, 2014
LONG STORY SHORT! So you want sharpen images without noise with a good quality like a PRO. Okay, let's go. 1st - Accept the limitations of your camera, it means you need as much light as cheaper your camera and lens are.... More...
Creature's eyes
posted by tempestz - 1st of december, 2013
One of the items I learned about shooting images of creatures is to make sure the eyes are sharp. These eyes will draw you in and provide a visually striking image. While the rest of the image can be out of focus, it's important... More...
Tripods, the one accessory every microstock photographer must have
posted by mike2focus - 19th of august, 2013
This subject has been touched on a few times here in the forum. But the importance of this subject warrants a refresher article on this important subject… One of the most important photography accessories, if not THE most important,... More...
What Dreamstime taught me...
posted by keremgo - 30th of april, 2013
When first time I joined Dreamstime and uploaded the photos I've took which I thought I did an awesome job with them, just rejected one and other. Not a single photo I've took is accepted. I was almost give up... But a line on a... More...
Photography Lessons in Hunting
posted by vcarmstrong - 19th of september, 2012
So I happen to be a hunter and a photographer. After reading a discussion regarding sharper images in the forums I thought I would share a few tips that hunters use that also can easily be applied to taking sharper images. When... More...
Photoshop tutorial for sharper pictures ...
posted by fabioconcetta - 24th of june, 2012
Hi all! I would like to share with the whole community of Dreamstime, the knowledge that I acquired in Photoshop, like most of you know is a very complex image editing software. I state that everything I have learned is based on articles... More...
Special models
posted by peppenero - 10th of may, 2012
Without you I couldnt make as many photos as i have on DT. Thank you my doggies. You are the best models in the World!! Dog, dog, cute and loyal A pet for anyone even the royal! Cherished by young and old, But will you do what... More...
Property Rules
posted by peppenero - 8th of may, 2012
These are the Chinese Sharpei property rules :) Because I like it, It's mine Because it's in my mouth, It's mine Because I had it a little while ago, It's mine Because I can take it from you,... More...
A different way to sharpen
posted by birksphotography - 25th of january, 2012
There are several ways to sharpen your images. Some of these techniques re good and others not so much. I have found that using the unsharp mask filter is ok but can lead to an even more noisy image if overdone. So after doing a little... More...
Five Simple Steps to Better Photography
posted by midosemsem - 5th of july, 2011
I read this useful article and I want to share it with you... 1) Sharpness: In order to ensure your images are sharp, make sure you know how to focus your camera. Digital cameras with auto focus are often difficult to focus... More...
Picture sharpness
posted by petin - 30th of march, 2011
The sharpness is one of basic factors of a good picture. Factors, which affect it are generally well known – exposure time equal to the inverse amount of the focal length, continuous release control, stable position of the photographer... More...
Focus
posted by williamardrey - 23rd of august, 2010
I have been having trouble with accurate focusing lately. I have the Olympus Evolt510 SLR digital camera and mostly use the kit lenses it came with for most of my pictures. I did buy a Zuiko telephoto lens last year to complement... More...
Soft focus
posted by raindrop - 21st of july, 2010
Hi, I decided to create one more blog for those who like soft focus. Few months ago I bought book Scott Kelby CS2 for photographers and find lot of nice tips. :) One of them is how to create soft skin but to reserve all details on... More...
Another way for sharpening
posted by rzs - 15th of december, 2009
Hi people, my friend told me a great tip for sharpening pictures a few months ago, but I haven't mentioned it here. It's my mistake and I am sorry about that:) I know you know how to sharpen pictures, even you can know this way that... More...
Sharpening your images
posted by antoinettew - 26th of november, 2009
The other day I came across an article on the internet about sharpening your image in a safer way in stat of using Unsharp Mak. One reason for this is that the Unsharp mask operates on the actual image pixels and it makes changes to... More...
Let's talk a little bit about image sharpness
posted by petarneychev - 5th of may, 2009
Few things are more impressive than a full blown image with spot on focus and perfect optical sharpness. Unfortunately, few things are as hard as accomplishing this on regular basis, especially when you shoot under natural light and... More...
To sharpen or not to sharpen?
posted by krystof - 20th of february, 2009
When I first started with digital photography around three years ago it was with a pretty decent compact, a Canon A95. For the first year and a bit I sharpened every single of my images by a factor of 150% & pixels at 3-4 ignore threshold... More...
My first blog and 5th online photo
posted by tomdraug - 4th of february, 2009
Hello! So, I finally managed to get 5 photos approved :) Great day and a boost to my hobby, inspiration-wise. I will describe the experience for people who will try, fail and who will need some support to get going. I found... More...
Diffraction Limited?
posted by bradcalkins - 20th of november, 2008
I've been looking into a new body and have decided not to go with the latest Canon 50D. I'm turned off by the high file size, but also because we seem to be getting into territory where more megapixels are making some things worse.... More...
Keeping Sharp In A Digital World
posted by aughty - 6th of november, 2008
I’m new to the stock world, still learning how to improve my acceptance rate of my images to DT. I was flagged for not having an image in focus. I got this message about the image: Image is out of focus or too much of the subject... More...
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