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  • They live in two centuries

    by Cathconvey | 9th of September, 2014

    They live in two centuries - XIX and XXI! It must be exiting! So they have an option - to ride a horse or to drive a car, to be called Mike or Sir Michelle, to go out in jeans and t-shirt or wearing elegant officer's uniform. Sounds interesting? Asking who they are?... More
  • Because like so to do

    by Wxh6763 | 10th of May, 2014

    Everyone has his story about everything. For example, I like photography. Many years ago, I like it only through enjoying photos. Because no money buying camera. But however, I like it and enjoy it, never tired for it. When I have my-own camera, I treated them just... More
  • From the China visual impact----Dynamic and static combination

    by Zhangle | 8th of April, 2014

    This is an ancient village in Hunan province China, here still retains the ancient buildings and living habits, customs, so every year to attract large numbers of tourists. This bridge is the name of "Hongqiao" founded in 1368 - 1398 years, which has 600 years of history.... More
  • Looking for images for my new Time Travel collection

    by Inyrdreams | 16th of January, 2014

    TIME TRAVEL Encased in metal and glass we fly, over the roads and through the sky. Small mysteries of the past we'll unravel, as we glide in our car-ship and time travel. Lest we forget, WW2. A terrible time, before me and you. Yet memories linger, they stay... More
  • Chairs

    by Inyrdreams | 24th of December, 2013

    CHAIRS Chairs! you cry, your voice raised excitedly and more then slightly teasing. Oh-my-god! A park bench! And it's blue! You laugh as I roll my eyes, but i'm quick to raise my camera and press the shutter-always compelled to photograph these empty pieces of furniture... More
  • About the Genoese

    by Blum14 | 3rd of November, 2013

    The main attraction of the Crimea Sudak - Genoese fortress - a unique monument of medieval architecture of global importance. They say that even if in this resort town was nothing but the fortress, Sudak and then would attract thousands of tourists. On the scale of the fortification... More
  • Drabble: Saboteur

    by Secretnarrative | 21st of October, 2013

    Red fox flees in a rush of brush. Dun filly thunders pursuit, flying white socks, almost airborne, as if they do not bear the burden of the sure-seated, scarlet-clad rider. ‘Horses are at their best in paintings,’ he says, misting the early morning air. Pursed... More
  • Drabble: Meet The Family

    by Secretnarrative | 27th of September, 2013

    Dan’s sister is blonde, but her brows and lashes are genetically dark. The children are refreshingly normal. Not too goody-good, just right, like Goldilocks’s third taste from the trio of bowls. I relax a little, tackling traditional roast rib of beef, veg, Yorkshire... More
  • My Blog & Drabbles

    by Secretnarrative | 25th of September, 2013

    I post Drabbles - stories told in exactly one hundred words. I use a little creative freedom and sometimes feature fewer than 100 words. The idea is to convey meaning in brief snapshots. So far, I’ve written around twenty drabbles, a few are published some are work in... More
  • Ruby

    by Secretnarrative | 23rd of September, 2013

    I’m not flawless; my blush of blood is easily overlooked among a cool cache of diamonds. Piercing blue picks me out, nestled, unpolished, uncut among the glittering gems. His fingers approach, select me, lift me to eye level and the metamorphosis created by his touch transforms... More
  • Rolling in Blue

    by Secretnarrative | 23rd of September, 2013

    I’m carried by dreams to the soft down of cliff top overlooking the rolling, blue sea, and the fisherman’s boat swelling and bobbing the waves, rolling in blue. My eyes flicker open, focus on the ceiling. Music reaches me from somewhere and a cluster of pebbles patter... More
  • I'll tell you a story: esclusivity of character

    by Libux77 | 22nd of September, 2013

    Six months ago I sold the rights license of an illustration featuring a woman character. I have many illustrations in my portfolio featuring that character. After one month roughly DT staff contacted me and told me that the buyer who bought the illustration above mentioned... More
  • My Krakow

    by Kamell | 30th of July, 2013

    I live in Krakow a very old town. Its old part was the UNESCO. Here was long the capital of the Polish. Krakow is known as the city of Kings. Here is the very many places to photograph. I am most fond of Kraków by night. Now a bit of the history of the city Krakow... More
  • 21,000+ sales after 4 years at DT

    by Cteconsulting | 1st of June, 2013

    Wow, where does the time go? It was May 5, 2009 when I joined Dreamstime. It was October of 2010 when I last updated my sales. At that time, I had 4653 images with 8500 sales, which I think was pretty good for the first 18 months here at DT. Fast-forward 2 1/2 more years... More
  • The true story of Santa Claus

    by Korat_cn | 12th of December, 2012

    I'm going on with my research of traditional Christmas stories to make new vintage illustrations hand made in watercolors. So I discovered that originally Santa's dress was not red, but green. Of course there are a lot of old tales about Santa Claus. In north Europe... More
  • A Chicken Story

    by Toynutz | 12th of November, 2012

    It's been 5 years and 5 months since joining Dreamstime, and I've just gotten my 800th photo accepted - a chicken photo, Okay, it's probably more than 800, really, since I've deleted a few that haven't sold after 4 years. Nevertheless, the novelty of uploading the photo... More
  • 10.000 Sales and My Story

    by Afagundes | 22nd of October, 2012

    It all started in July 18th 2005, my interest in photography was renewed after I bought a Canon point-and-shoot (my old SLR was stolen from inside my bags in trip to New York City 3 years before). I moved to Sao Paulo and did a photography course,... More
  • Living history moments by CathConvey

    by Cathconvey | 25th of September, 2012

    That’s a pity that in 1812 photography did not exist yet, otherwise we would be able to see Napoleon Bonaparte saluting its soldiers or Russian army fighting on Borodino battlefield. Though there’re no pictures of this, we still can imagine how it was – thanks to history... More
  • Seeing faces everywhere

    by Georgecy | 8th of September, 2012

    There is one kind of photography that i like doing that isn't really suited for stock photography. Then again i like taking pictures, and i take pictures when i feel like it. In any case, one thing i do to make it even more fun is add small stories or thoughts to some things... More
  • My Story, 1 year, 400 on line, 150 sales

    by Vcarmstrong | 28th of June, 2012

    My microstock story started a year ago, I suppose one could argue that it started when I first picked up a camera, but for this story a year ago was when I opened an account with Dreamstime. I started my journey, just as this baby goat is starting life, not knowing what... More

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