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  • Modern Medicine

    by Ellenboughn | 23rd of January, 2008

    Biotech companies generate ever-promising new drugs and treatments while politicians in the US argue over the cost of health care. What to shoot to get your images used in the enormous world of health care education, promotion and advertising? Why should you care?... More
  • Special Needs

    by Ellenboughn | 27th of November, 2007

    The idea that we need to focus our lenses on people with disabilities and special needs came to me while reading Daryl’s Lang’s (PDNPulse) post last week. He mentioned a new book by the well-known portrait, celebrity and ad photographer, Richard Corman. Corman has photographed... More
  • For all TRAVEL LOVERS

    by Mishys | 10th of May, 2014

    One of the philosophers said "The World is like a book, and people who doesn't travel read just one page the whole life...'' I suggest you to see photos from different cities of different countries - each of them has it's own charm... More
  • Love watching confidence grow

    by Chimeandsense | 25th of March, 2014

    I know that my portfolio is only small and that I use my son in lot of my photos. He is amongst some of my most popular downloads. But because I have used him, so often I can see how he has grown just by looking on Dreamstime. How through the seasons the colour... More
  • First post: missed pictures and life lesson

    by Oliena | 15th of March, 2014

    Hello! It’s my first post here, so sorry if something is not so interesting and useful, as it could be! It was very warm day today and I felt essentially that all people should take the cameras with them EVERY time they go outside. Even if it is the Saturday walk... More
  • Winter fun

    by Fredbro | 28th of January, 2014

    It's amazing how people always complain about the weather: too hot, too cold, too much rain, too much humid, too much snow... Where I come from, people complain even more when it's winter time. I find that weird, since winter is so beautiful. Snow covered evergreen trees... More
  • Top 10 Things to Do When It's Cold Outside

    by Karenfoleyphotography | 23rd of January, 2014

    It’s January. For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, that means it’s winter. And winter means the days are short and the temperatures are low. Hearing words like “polar vortex”, makes you just want to crawl into a warm bed and hibernate until spring,... More
  • Finding Light in Nature

    by Enviux | 11th of December, 2013

    In conversations with other photographers of varying degrees of experience, it usually does not take long to get to the topic of light and lighting. To be brutally honest with myself, I struggle with it. Especially when taking my outdoor shots. Because let’s face it. You... More
  • So many number views for a photo and no sales

    by Editor77 | 22nd of May, 2013

    Hello Probably the number views will grow in time, but it's strange how many views this photo has acquire in time. But with 0 sales at this moment. Probably is one of the most viewed photo from 2011 (October) when he was taken in Frankfurt and uploaded here and until... More
  • Making the most of a wet night ...

    by Bevanward | 12th of April, 2013

    I was returning to my hotel on the last night of a recent trip to Brasilia, Brazil's capital. I had been banking on using this night to go and shoot however it was raining hard. That morning I'd told the taxi driver that I wanted to shoot a couple of places... More
  • 17 cents which drive me crazy...

    by Janceluch | 10th of April, 2013

    Yesterday I had to cut my nails very short... as I am nervously biting them last days... The reason is simple - I am 17 cents short to pick my first payout on DT. The balance stopped moving two weeks ago and refuses to rise - and nothing helps - I already started to talk... More
  • Spring activities

    by Mangroove | 5th of April, 2013

    So it’s the beginning of April and I am still waiting for the spring. The weather in internet promises that spring comes next week. I can’t wait to see the green grass, the little leaves and the buds in the trees, the sun and some blue sky, the smelling of spring.... More
  • My first $100 after seven long months !

    by Danielc1998 | 9th of February, 2013

    Today I reached my first $100 royalties. The minimum needed to request a payment. Hope the number of sales increases in the coming months. How are you people promoting your portfolio in DT ? Do you have a website ? use facebook or some other venue ? Or it is just... More
  • Difficulties with first stock photos

    by Photoalenka | 23rd of January, 2013

    Hello! I'm now 25 years old and half of my life (since 12) I'm with camera in hands. The process of seeing the picture and finally taking it is something, that can't be divided from my life. But... for all these many years I was thinking of beauty or value of the moment... More
  • Viewfinder or LCD screen? Bet Cartier-Bresson would've gone LCD!

    by Alamourus | 15th of December, 2012

    Just got the new Canon M shipped in from Hong Kong (no shipping, tax or duty charges!) and it has no viewfinder. For a lot of people, that is a big omission and it weighed heavily on my mind before I decided to purchase it. I've had compacts before and they are ok but... More
  • 850 years old

    by Juliusc | 15th of December, 2012

    It has been 850 years since Notre-Dame de Paris crosses the centuries and the history of France. This cathedral was born in 1163 while the bishop of Paris, Maurice de Sully, decided his construction. During year 2013, Festivities, animations and cultural meetings will be... More
  • Cup of tea and Henri-Cartier Bresson

    by Shadow69 | 9th of May, 2012

    Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again. Any photographer’s supreme ambition is to capturing the precise millisecond that tells the whole story. A picture... More
  • If Dreamstime Was A Country

    by Maigi | 4th of May, 2012

    Hmm... that's what I learned today :)) If Dreamstime.com was a country, it would be larger than Montenegro with its 667,052 daily visitors! This means you would need at least 7 Barcelona Camp Nou stadiums to seat the visitors. If these 667,052 daily visitors stand hand... More
  • CARNIVAL VENITIEN D ANNECY. FRANCE

    by Akulamatiau | 6th of March, 2012

    The Carnival Venitien d Annecy was held from 2-4th March 2012. About 400 people dressed in costumes and masks stroll around Annecy's old town for the annual carnival. Heaven for photogs on earth. Here are some of the pictures. More
  • Hidden Beauties Slumbering in Your Photo Collection

    by Jdanne | 14th of February, 2012

    During these cold and frozen days I had a little bit time to browse through my hundreds of "old" photos. Looking at some of them I wondered why I was so "blind" not to have discovered them the first time! The first photo already got... More

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