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  • The Trendspotting Trend*

    by Ellenboughn | 16th of August, 2007

    Traditional stock photo agencies are heavily vested in ‘creative research’. This is the stuff that informs expensive stock productions and drives editing guidelines. The biggest stock producers look for sociological and economic trends that will impact general image needs... More
  • My first work I have seen on the websites

    by Dreamtimephoto | 10th of October, 2012

    No doubt that spotting your photos being used is something very exciting and proud of. One of my client sent me a message to invite me to his website which he put my picture on the front page. it was my first time to see my work appear on other site. More
  • my Canadian trip

    by Yuritz | 19th of September, 2010

    During this summer I got to leave my quite house in Italy to fly all the way over the Ocean and land in Canada,I didn't get to visit it all,otherwise I should have spent more then the four weeks I was there but really enjoyed my trip. While being there even took a tour around... More
  • Expensive lens - still soft images!?

    by Demonike | 29th of July, 2010

    Recently I have started to notice that we get an increasing number of product and people shots that are NOT out of focus, but are kind of soft anyway. As the review tool shows conveniently the EXIF of the photograph, a correlation started to emerge. Namely, the correlation... More
  • Cars, cars, cars

    by Aginger | 13th of July, 2010

    Yapp, I know, I'm just a girl, but I can't help, I'm keen on cars, even if they're old or new, renovated or custom... I have some time at the weekend to upload some more photos about latest international tuning show in Budapest and DT accepted them extremely fast, so it'... More
  • Hungary's spotlight - Famous cars on stage 2

    by Aginger | 27th of April, 2010

    As you may read my previous article, there was an interesting exhibition in Hungary - the Hungarian Railway Museum gave home to the 4th Oldtimer Expo between April 16-18, 2010 in Budapest. As I promised, I can introduce some more uniqe cars on red stage! Let's begin with... More
  • Hungary's spotlight - Vintage cars on stage 1

    by Aginger | 19th of April, 2010

    At last weekend, the Hungarian Railway Museum gave home to the 4th Oldtimer Expo displaying vintage cars, veteran roadsters, bikes and lawnmovers (not joking! :)). Main themes of exhibition this year were 75-year-old Jaguars, 40-year-old Opel Mantas, 30-year-old Audi... More
  • Orchids on the spot - part 1

    by Aginger | 30th of March, 2010

    Welcome in my garden again, Friends! :) Today let me introduce some species of my favourite flowers, orchids! I've worked in an orchid growing farm for a few months and after that time I'm keen on these beautiful plants! And belive me - as I'm a horticulturist :D - , not... More
  • Hungary's spotlight - Tuning cars on stage

    by Aginger | 22nd of March, 2010

    Happy Monday, dear Friends! I hate Mondays, I hope you have friendlier feelings about fact that there is Monday today... :) Well, forget my chaotic introduction, I was very busy on weekend and I couldn't sleep enough...that was the weekend of international tuning show in... More
  • Hungary's spotlight - Tihany, jewel of Balaton

    by Aginger | 26th of February, 2010

    Welcome back Friends, in my new guided tour...today's destination is a small medieval town near Lake Balaton (Plattensee in German) which is the largest lake of Middle-Europe and carries not only small boats but sweet summer memories for many Hungarians (including me). However... More
  • Hungary's spotlight - Spa in heart of Budapest

    by Aginger | 1st of October, 2009

    New month, new post...today's walk leads us to most famous bath/spa of Budapest - welcome in Szechenyi Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool! Building of bath is situated in heart of City Park, between the Great Circus and Castle of Vajdahunyad. Budapest is often called the... More
  • Saline Turda

    by Aginger | 16th of September, 2009

    Come closer, friends, we're just starting our journey to wonderful land of Transylvania...! Be prepared, get your coat, there's cold inside of mine! Salt mine of Turda is situated around 30 miles from Cluj Napoca and it's really worths a visit! Let's history begins first,... More
  • Hungary's spotlight - Tata, the town of waters

    by Aginger | 23rd of July, 2009

    Welcome back friends, here, in Hungary! I just came from Transylvania, my pics are awaiting validation, but to keep interest and beguile the time, let's visit an other beautiful, baroque town near the Vienna-Budapest motorway. Tata is town of waters, with two lakes,... More
  • Short walk in Algarve

    by Aginger | 8th of July, 2009

    After spent some time in Hungary's capital and with weather forecasts, let's go to an other dimension of life. Imagine soft, sandy beaches, great coastlines with huge cliffs, clear turquoise water, friendly people....no, you're not in Caribbean area, you are in Portugal!... More
  • Hungary's spotlight - New lights of Budapest

    by Aginger | 25th of June, 2009

    As I promised before, I'd like to keep your eyes on beautiful details of Hungary. Today's spotlight is the shortest, green bridge of Budapest, the renovated Liberty (Szabadság) Bridge. It was under reconstruction almost 2 years long, it's given back to public at the end... More
  • My Dreamstime Purchases in Action - Post 1

    by Caspixel | 5th of May, 2009

    While I signed up with Dreamstime several months ago, I have only just started downloading images. I would like to use my blog as a way to show the contributors how I have used their photos. This will be my first "Dreamstime Design Spotlight" entry. I have used Image... More
  • Hungary's spotlight - The Esterházy palace in Fertőd

    by Aginger | 4th of May, 2009

    Good day! As I promised before, I'm ready to share some information with you about my photos and destinations. :) Today let's start in a small town of Hungary, called Fertőd. 25 kilometers far from Sopron, there was a little village with a malarial swampland - until 1720,... More
  • Sharing my exciting experience on my assignment.

    by Mailthepic | 13th of September, 2007

    ON my first submission picture of the Toad enjoying the Ipod were rejected because of the image contains elements that might be protected by copyright/trademark (logos, brands, specific buildings etc.).I could't find any logo or trademark on the picture therefore i start... More
  • My favourite sensor dust technique

    by Doctor_bass | 31st of July, 2007

    I only clean my DSLR sensor when I am at home. Sometimes, when I'm on a long trip and I change lenses very often and there can be some irritating sensor spots on my photos. At home, it takes some time to find all the sensor spots and "heal" them. Sometimes I don't see... More

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