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  • Here's a fun game to play

    by Karenfoleyphotography | 9th of May, 2016

    I hear a lot of folks bemoaning the fact that things are taking a little longer on the site these days. With the vast number of contributors and uploads, we are experiencing a bit of a delay in processing queues when uploading our pictures - videos - audios - illustrations.... More
  • New Jerusalem Monastery. Russia

    by Uniq78 | 30th of April, 2016

    New Jerusalem Monastery called architectural icon. This monastery is the likeness and the collective image of the Holy Land. When you enter through the main gate of the monastery, it seems that you can see the whole city from a high hill.       The monastery stands... More
  • Opening Sweden - Vasa museum

    by Articture | 14th of February, 2016

    Hello, dear friends! Today I would like to tell you about one of the most impressive museums I've ever seen. This post is about Vasa museum. Vasa is the only ship of the 17th century which has been preserved till this day. The museum is amazing and it's definitely... More
  • Psychics know best

    by Kyrajk | 2nd of February, 2016

    I went to see a psychic with my friend the other day and the psychic took my hand and read my palm and looked up at me and said "Ahh.. You're very talented. You have a very good eye and are skilled with cameras, yes?" and as a photographer, I just thought that was like the... More
  • One small step

    by Thanakrits15 | 21st of January, 2016

    Tuesday, the 19th seemed to be just like any other day, with some lecture, papers, and all the fun stuff that comes with university life. But that morning was also the first time I have ever had a sale on dreamstime! It was only for 58 cents, at an "extrasmall" resolution.... More
  • One year on Dreamstime!

    by Saletomic | 16th of December, 2015

    Hello to everyone! We are a family of photographers from Serbia and this week has been a year since we have joined Dreamstime. One year and 3000 images online. And a first blog post :) It was an interesting year, a lot of ups and downs, with an effort for constant... More
  • Halloween in the USA

    by Inyrdreams | 16th of October, 2015

    It's that spooky time of year when ghosts and witches show up at our door step, werewolves and zombies stagger down the street, and spider webs with occasional spiders grace even the cleanest of homes. Halloween can be fun, scary, spooky, exciting, and a great time to grab... More
  • The wonderful world of editorial content

    by Bratty1206 | 11th of September, 2015

    I love editorial content. It truly has changed how I photograph things. It has also enriched my life in tremendous ways. I have traveled so many places, just to photograph the architecture or the events going on. I have visited so many historic attractions, working on... More
  • Drought History!

    by Rezaks | 16th of August, 2015

    Siosepol which means 33 Bridge or the Bridge of 33 Arches is one of the eleven bridges of Isfahan, Iran and the longest bridge on Zayandehrood River. It is highly ranked as being one of the most famous examples of Safavid bridge design. The construction dates back to Safavid... More
  • Nepal - My photos became a history

    by Stroblr | 21st of June, 2015

    April 2015 was the earthquake in Nepal. When I heard about it, I was very sad. The year before, I had an opportunity to visit Nepal. I saw his culture, mountains and people. When I saw the shots from Nepal on the TV news, I realized that I photographed something that does... More
  • Battle of the Nations: Medieval fencing tournament

    by Thorken | 31st of May, 2015

    Romantic age of knights is still attractive not only for kids. Many men and women are still going to battles in historical costumes and armors fighting in fictive battles with swords, battle hammers, halberds and much more kinds of arms. It´s more theatre than sport. But.... More
  • Finally - reaching 75% AR. My Personal Story

    by Amilevin | 20th of May, 2015

    Hi all, I'm writing this Blog mostly for you newbies out there.. :) I'll tell you my personal story and hope you'll learn from my mistakes and be a better stock contributor. I started here in 2008 and was making my first steps as a stock contributor.... More
  • The Sinking of the Lusitania

    by Popsidoodle | 29th of April, 2015

    May 7th, 1915 just 11 miles off the coast of Ireland a German Submarine, U-20, lay in wait. RMS Lusitania was nearing the end of her 202nd voyage. One torpedo was fired striking the ship on the starboard side. Soon after there was a second explosion and in just 18 minutes... More
  • WELCOME TO THE ETERNAL CITY!

    by Cathconvey | 25th of March, 2015

    Rome, the old and eternal city that attracted artists of all times. Moscow, famous and beautiful place having faced many historical events, this city also has another name – “The Third Rome”. It’s almost unbelievable, but soon these two cities can be visited together,... More
  • It´s all about sales and popularity?

    by Avenikolas | 9th of March, 2015

    Dreamstime is my first photobank. I have uploaded 88 pictures in this moment. Almost all of them are photos of people, travelling and culture. I know this topics are not the best for selling, but that´s my hobby. Only three pictures of mine has been purchased and I know... More
  • Roman Baths With A Difference!

    by Steveacer | 13th of January, 2015

    Very often Roman Baths use a thermal spring for the hot water, but these were cut into the volcanic rock at the edge of the Mediterranean Sea in El Campello Spain.     See Article
  • MY microstock story

    by Amir_kaljikovic | 9th of December, 2014

      Hi! After reading some of the blogs here I want to tell you my microstock story, about exploding to 2000€/month then zero microstock income and finally restarting the microstock business again.   My name is Amir and I am part of the microstock business since... More
  • Priceless monuments lost in war zones of Syria and Iraq

    by Nikitu | 20th of November, 2014

    There are historic monuments that you will never get to visit. They are the silent victims of war zones, they stood proud for millennia only to be destroyed by bombs and crossfire. These places take their legacy with them in the rubble of war. Ancient city of Bosra, Syria... More
  • More Idaho Heritage

    by Willhavenrg | 10th of November, 2014

    Some Idaho heritage would be the same, as the day it was proclaimed a landmark. This site Initial Point was the starting point for all surveys in south western Idaho. Once it was proclaimed as a landmark it would not be further developed.   The other side of story... More
  • My first photo sold

    by Radoimihay | 27th of October, 2014

    Photo story begins in the summer day when I was in the train station in Craiova. Sun, warm outside, the atmosphere torrid summer, so I pulled out the cell phone and I caught a few random shots. I came home and browse photos I decided to upload this picture in dreamstime... More

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