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  • GENERATION Y

    by Ellenboughn | 19th of August, 2008

    You know who you are, Generation Y. An analysis of Internet and social network use tells me that a majority of you reading this were born between 1977 and 1997. You are the children of the last of the baby boomers and the most studied group of young adults anywhere because... More
  • The RGB of it all

    by Ellenboughn | 10th of August, 2007

    Or is it the CYMK? (One matters online; the other in print). Do you dream in color? Did people dream in black and white before the invention of black and white film? If so, how did they know what the world looked like in black and white? When are color photos best and when... More
  • Good luck for everybody

    by Happyolga | 20th of October, 2014

      Hey there, thank you DT for giving an opportunity to develop my skills. I am here during a long time but was not active, now I see this is not only the way to earn some money this is also good way to develop photographer's skills. Good luck for everybody Olga More
  • My first blog - all criticism and advices are greatly appreciated

    by Pet548 | 4th of September, 2014

    I read the blog and I find there helpfull advices but I have never posted anything because I don't fell good with my English. I am new at photography. I wish to learn how to take beautiful pictures from you all and to try to improve mines. Any help or advice would be appreciated.... More
  • Photography Resources

    by Iheartcountryphoto | 30th of July, 2014

    I am fairly new to photography, well officially, and since joining DT a year and a half ago have improved tremendously! My photography is a hobby, which I would love to make a career of someday, that I truely enjoy learning about and improving on. DT has assisted me in... More
  • Another milestone!

    by Doubleclick7 | 24th of June, 2014

    I recently reached 600 images uploaded on Dreamstime! This is Dillon, I tell him he's my star! He's my 600th image, and I have quite a few of him. It helps that he's so photogenic! And our small town is still recovering from a large hail storm, so editorial photo... More
  • My development at Dreamstime

    by Gellerpa | 12th of April, 2014

    When I started at Dreamstime, I thought every times about potential sales. I read different tips many times, which photos I should upload to get high sales and approval ratio. But 4 month ago I decided, that I don’t want take photos without passion. I started taking the... More
  • Polarizer filter, if you want stunning blue skies!

    by Nansaidh | 8th of July, 2013

    A lot of people ask me how I get the sky in my images to be so blue. While there are many variables involved in making the sky look natural, a polarizing filter can actually make the sky look more dramatic, and it's easy to learn how to use it properly. Basically,... More
  • New skills

    by Williamardrey | 7th of December, 2012

    I've been exited about the last few months. I have been taking a formal course in Photoshop, and have begun to realize what a powerful tool it is. Things I used to wonder about and question are now becoming clear to me. I'm learning about masking, manipulating different layers... More
  • My first assignment picture!

    by Baldas1950 | 13th of November, 2012

    Wow! Today my image has been approved for "assignments"!!. I'm very happy because, this is the first time for me! So I would like to tell something more about that picture: The rider dressed as Native American, with a gun in his hand, takes part in a commemoration... More
  • After a long time i was away

    by Morgancapasso | 1st of November, 2012

    For personal problem finaly i am back ready to restart to producing with all the best intention to improve my portfolio and my photo skils :) See Article
  • Dealing with the sky in landscapes

    by Gmargittai | 25th of July, 2012

    When photographing landscapes with big portions of the image being the sky, correct exposure is not trivial. Usually the sky is much brighter than the rest of the image. If leaving the camera on automatic exposure, what usually happens is the land gets a correct exposure... More
  • So, you want to be a pro photographer.

    by Seawatch1 | 27th of June, 2012

    You most likely want to be a pro and perhaps you already are. But are you a good pro? Or do people cringe when they see you are going to be on a shoot? Here are a few tips that will make you a better pro. Check your ego at the door - You are a good photographer or you... More
  • Photography Books You Should Read

    by Afagundes | 23rd of June, 2012

    Thie Photography Books Authors are for you to learn and step forward on your photography, this list is not of books of photographs. Since there are some newbies here all the time, I decided to publish a small list of books I think could help you on your journey. This... More
  • Check and recheck

    by Miraclemoments | 30th of March, 2012

    After my recent upload frenzy I was slowly running out of files to upload and with my day job taking up well...most of my day, I didn't exactly have the opportunity to just go out and shoot. So I though what can I photograph at home or where to look...plugged in the... More
  • My favorite way to smooth skin quickly!

    by Nansaidh | 29th of February, 2012

    Imagenomic's Portraiture Plug-in, without a doubt, is one of the best new plug-ins I use. Imagenomic’s software provides every creative control I could want, but I’ve found the default settings so accurate that I end up tweaking them only on rare occasions. Usually,... More
  • Marathon - An opportunity to practice and submit?

    by Chrwincan5dm2 | 21st of October, 2011

    Hi, this upcoming Sunday there will be a marathon in my city and I think this is a great opportunity to practice some photography skills plus the images might qualify for the editorial section. What do you think? Any ideas, advice? I'm looking... More
  • The jump was made......

    by Fotosenmeer | 20th of October, 2011

    Some of you fellow DT-ers will remember the predecessor of this picture. last few months my CS5 skills were sharpened and I decided to make the jump to replace the previous version for the 'cleaner' version without the traces of birdsh*t. the previous one had 210... More
  • How I Took This Photo: Sunbathing Skink

    by Edayrit100 | 12th of August, 2011

    There it was, a skink, out in the garden, on a rock, sunbathing as I opened the door to take in the morning. So I went for my camera instead of my toothbrush and fired away. First from six meters, then five, then four, circling around the skink to find the perfect shot.... More
  • Winter mountains

    by Vodickap | 11th of July, 2011

    During the hot summer I made my first collection on Dreamstime. It is from cold winter mountains. Enjoy! More

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