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  • Humor Sexy Cute Football Economy

    by Ellenboughn | 3rd of February, 2009

    Who won football’s Super Bowl? In my world there is more interest in what ads were more successful than news of the game itself. Which commercials resonated the most with the target audiences? Which ones garnered kudos from creatives at the top agencies? And which ones... More
  • Is Your Photography Art?

    by Ellenboughn | 21st of May, 2008

    There is a continuing dust up between those who claim that commercial photography isn’t art and that the photos in museums and galleries shouldn’t be sullied by appearing in promotions or ads. Not withstanding the fact that most photographers that fall into the ‘collectible... More
  • Retro and Recession

    by Ellenboughn | 20th of November, 2007

    In the US housing prices are still falling, the stock market is as bumpy as a dirt road and more difficult to navigate, a credit crisis is the big news everyday and the dollar has sunk below the Canadian Looney in value. (Gotta love a country that calls its dollar coin a... More
  • What is She Wearing?

    by Ellenboughn | 20th of February, 2007

    Wardrobe is key to a professional looking image. And the type of clothing that a model is wearing can enhance the salability of an image in more ways than one. Here is a terrific image of a teen writing on the board in her classroom. The model's top... More
  • Composing your Own Photo

    by Tianvf | 22nd of November, 2014

    Just think about this, you have a subject selected, but now, how do you make this picture as amazing as it can get? Well, you need to start off by knowing what makes up a good photo. When someone is looking to buy a photograph they look for key elements of composition, patterns... More
  • Increasing exposure to your images

    by Tempestz | 14th of November, 2014

    I will give my perspective on social media sites and increasing visibility to your images. While we all know that more views does not actually lead to more sales, using social media will get your images out on the web. Take for example, Twitter, if you tweet your image... More
  • Meet the Godzilla of copyright infringement: Extended Collective Licensing

    by Achilles | 11th of June, 2014

    Sure by now you have heard about the potential risk of losing control over your images once you upload them on the Internet (on your blog, Facebook/Twitter/G+ page or even by selling them). Here's an older article here that explains how minor changes in layout can generate... More
  • Backpacking adventures in South East Asia

    by Leswrona | 18th of May, 2014

    This blog summaries my backpacking experiences through south east Asia. This part of the world has colorful exotic cultures and beautiful natural scenery creating endless opportunities for passionate photographers. Khmer's Angkor Wat and Cambodia; Angkor Wat is... More
  • No advice here!

    by Rigmanyi | 3rd of May, 2014

    Time and time again I see articles about tips and/or advice for newbies, written by... well, newbies. When I read a blog that might contain new, useful info, I check the source. I look at the author's profile page, his online files/sales ratio but most importantly at the... More
  • My Dreamstime earning is starting..

    by Designersl | 9th of February, 2014

    Hello all DT friends.. This is my first blog and my apologies to taking so much time to write first blog article. So yes.. I had my first sale in.. 07/20/2013 for this image.. Thanks lot for buyers. :) I had upto 9 sales upto now. Will share more information.... More
  • Chinese Lunar New Year

    by Photobee | 28th of January, 2014

    New Year's dishes are dumplings. On this day, people are blessed with each other! Happy New Year! The family happy! Career home so smooth! I wish every photographer, New Year's a good start! More
  • Defining Out of the Box

    by Mahmoodfaridi | 25th of September, 2013

    Since the last 7+ years I am associated with one of the leading advertising agencies of Pakistan and since my start I was listening one common phrase from all my clients (my apologies to all my past and current clients) i.e. we want something ‘OUT OF THE BOX (OFTB)... More
  • Dealing with noise the smarter way

    by Robinstockphotos | 3rd of July, 2013

    You noticed a bear inside a cave just before evening. You recall seeing a duplicate of this shot in the last National Geographic magazine. You bring your thousand dollar camera up with a proud telephoto lens sticking out a couple feet and set ISO to 200 only to find shutter... More
  • Assignment submit

    by Gogindzer | 30th of May, 2013

    Hi everyone, I've just reached the limit of 50 images online and thinking about submitting one of the images to the current assignment - Security and protection Can someone please tell me if images I already have online in my DT profile can be somehow submitted,... More
  • Process a JPEG as good as RAW!

    by Robinstockphotos | 10th of May, 2013

    Newbies: Please skip the article if it scares you. If you are in doubt about WB or exposure, ALWAYS shoot in RAW. The photographers of advanced levels of knowledge about color representation and compression surely know that RAW files contain a huge amount of additional... More
  • Girl in the new city, Singapore

    by Mangalika | 3rd of April, 2013

    Ever since I reached Singapore due to work assignment hardly I got time to write something. However, as my hubby has also accompanied me to here I did not have to give up my hobby. We often go out with cameras over the weekends and capture the bits and bytes of Singapore... More
  • Straight Out of Camera

    by Goldfries | 3rd of February, 2013

    The term “Straight Out of Camera” is often being used in the photography community but it’s also a subject of debate, something that’s totally uncalled for. Straight Out of Camera (SOOC) means exactly what you understood it as. It just means the result (photo)... More
  • Repetitive Motion Injury

    by Sunguy | 30th of January, 2013

    The age of digital photography has given me a problem that would not have occurred back in the film and darkroom era – namely, repetitive motion injury from processing images on the computer in Photoshop. Hence, my upload of work over the next while will be very small... More
  • Manual or Auto Shooting

    by Linushutz | 23rd of December, 2012

    For as far as I remember, I have always shot in RAW and in Manual mode, But as new technology gets better, I cant help but notice that there are other stock photographers who set it on Auto and are able to get soo much photos online. I guess it would make sense because they... More
  • Workflow for your compact camera photos

    by Robinstockphotos | 10th of December, 2012

    Don't have a DSLR that produces very high quality images? Read on! Modern DSLR cameras are highly flexible, fast and produce RAW format images which contain all the data produced by the image sensor. That means none of your data is lost and most of the adjustments... More

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