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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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • All-in-One

    by Petarneychev | 15th of May, 2011

    I have a mobile telephone. It's one of them smartphones, actually. It's got a 5Mpix camera, a 3.2" touch screen, only weighs 135 grams (4.76 ounces, for those using the wrong measuring scale :P) , is white (most of the time), has a full featured web-browser, Wi-Fi connectivity,... More
  • Finding Dreamstime Stock Images to use within my Graphical Designs

    by Richie3001 | 7th of March, 2011

    For my first post here in my Dreamstime blog i wanted to mention the one thing that frustrates me the most about stock photos... I would love it if Photographers would not zoom in so much upon their subject. As a raw image i can perform my own zooming in photoshop. And... More
  • Backlight

    by Eternalfour | 22nd of March, 2010

    Morning sun has much softer intensity than later on; pollution in minimal compared to sunset ... Back light in the morning gives a lovely golden highlight for th skin and fur a like. See Article
  • Skin retouch

    by Jordanrusev | 6th of August, 2009

    Here is a another quick and very useful photoshop tip for retouching a skin. 1. First open the picture of-course. I will use this picture for example . 2. Duplicate the layer (CTRL+J) 3. Median filter on the duplicated layer (Filter -> Noise -> Median). In my picture... More
  • MikLav skin retouching tutorial

    by Miklav | 24th of September, 2008

    I've published an illustrated step-by-step skin retouching tutorial in my blog. The article focuses on how to clean skin effects, and how to do edits like a nose form. Skin smoothing technique will be described separately. Remark: It is not a video - it is printed... More
  • Female body

    by Papuga2006 | 31st of March, 2008

    Every day and everywhere it seems that getting us girls some unattainable visage of young, skinny, attractive women that wants to convince us that making something or getting something we will look as they are, that is of course true, but we buy it, why? We want to look... More
  • Retouching skin with Photoshop

    by Nightangel666 | 26th of March, 2008

    When shooting with models, you can have problems related to the skin. That isn't a problem at all since you can easily fix those little "imperfections" with Photoshop. Below you can find two links of tutorials that show easy and useful techniques to help you make your stock... More
  • A tutorial to apply easily and fastly a tattoo on skin (Photoshop)

    by Nightangel666 | 23rd of October, 2007

    You can see this wonderful tutorial here : It is indeed really helpful to totally change the mood of a photograph. See Article
  • Halloween tutorial (part 2)

    by Tonygers | 15th of September, 2007

    Here's the second of the Halloween photoshop tutorials that'll show you how to give the impression that skin is peeling and cracking from the face of one of your models. Enjoy More
  • Boost up your sales part 9

    by Dnf-style | 4th of September, 2007

    A great way to brush up skinscan be found here. To help you build skins WITH structure but without anomalies. See Article
  • Add a tattoo

    by Tonygers | 16th of August, 2007

    Ever wanted to add a tattoo to one of your models? Thinking of getting a tattoo yourself? Here's an easy and painless way to get great results (at least on screen/paper) by following this great and easy Tutorial Here's some great examples of tattoos on Dreamstime already... More

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