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  • Creature's eyes

    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 to make sure the eyes are in focus.... More
  • My artificial island made for insect macro shoots

    by Alvera | 9th of September, 2013

    I made this micro-island from plastic, sand, rocks and seashells and I put on it various insects. A photo studio for these tiny "models". Is very comfortable to shoot on this island, I can rotate it for good angle. This video show the moment when I put a can full of... More
  • Today I have sold five macro images of my jumping spiders!!!

    by M4rio1979 | 2nd of October, 2012

    I am very happy to see that today I have sold five macro images of jumping spiders in a row. Unfortunately all five was subscription sales, but still, I am glad that someone discovered my photos of those cute little jumpers and buyed them. I really need to say that I love... More
  • My first 50 sold photos

    by M4rio1979 | 18th of June, 2012

    Well here it is...my first 50 sales on Dreamstime after one year and two months when I have joined DT. This is my latest sold image of Pamukkale in Turkey. This image is sold four times so far and I think it is currently image with most sales in my portfolio. I think... More
  • High magnification macro photography on Dreamstime

    by M4rio1979 | 9th of June, 2012

    Macro photography is why I have started my photography seriously two years ago. World of insects, bugs, spiders. To be able to see such a small details of a small jumping spider, or a ladybug, butterfly, dragonfly or just a house fly, was very interresting to me, so I have... More
  • I found one of my photos on the web!! And what a strange article!

    by Snookless | 14th of April, 2011

    So I accidentally found one of my stock photos on a website while trying to identify a spider. I did a google image search and....well there it was. But what I found amusing was the article! Take a look! http://kwikblog.kwikmed.com/2011/03/10/natural-viagra-brazilian-... More
  • Spiderholster - New device

    by Cristalloid | 8th of May, 2010

    I just found a new, useful device for carrying arround a big SLR... I will check this, I think it could be useful for travel-, nature- and outdoor-photographers. If there is someone who uses this device already I would like to know if it is as practicable as it seems to... More
  • My sunflower photos

    by Udurovf | 11th of January, 2009

    1.the drop in sunflower :in the morning we can found drop in sun flower the young sunflower show step of blooming And some time we saw the green spider. See Article
  • My First Editors Choice!

    by Marilyngould | 23rd of October, 2008

    Hey everyone I just am about to burst with happiness, in checking my profile for sales this morning I scrolled down and nearly fell off my chair -- my favorite macro model, Truman the jumping spider has been selected as an Editors Choice! This plucky little fellow is... More
  • Butterflies Everywhere

    by Davidwattsjr | 14th of September, 2007

    Here in east Texas, we had a very wet and rainy spring. I think the great rain (breaking a several year drought) brought us many butterflies this year. My short experience photographing butterflies began with this shot a month or so ago. I was surprised at the large number... More
  • Deadly Embrace

    by Davidwattsjr | 28th of August, 2007

    Was out in the fields the other day looking for some interesting photographs. Found this one which I think turned out pretty good. I had to crop it some - as I couldn't focus quite as close as I'd like. Here's a green garden spider in a deadly embrace with a beautiful... More

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