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  • Home Made Food Photography - new tips and tricks

    by Amitai | 14th of October, 2014

      The best thing about being married to a spouse that cooks, is the ability to snap candid food stocks without seriously investing in it (I elaborate more about it in the original post bellow).   In the years since I publish this post, my wife has become a serious cook... More
  • Wide Angles- How to create panoramas for your portfolio -update

    by Amitai | 12th of October, 2014

    This post was first published in 2009. During the 5 years since I posted it, I have come to important conclusions, I wish to share with you. 1) of all, there is a market to Panoramic stock images. It's not the mass sales of mine, but occasionally, a buyer finds... More
  • White Stuff - Shooting tips & tricks for lots of white (or black)

    by Edosaodaro | 7th of April, 2014

    Hi Guys! Does any know any tips and tricks for taking pictures with lots of white (or black) in the frame? Here are a couple of tips that I use: 1. Metering off blue skies - this invloves point the camera up towards the sky to set my exposure and then (with exposure... More
  • Butterfly Photography

    by Robinstockphotos | 19th of February, 2013

    The very mention of butterfly photography creates an image of vivid attractive subjects fluttering in a dream garden. That happens if you are a buyer or end user of butterfly photos. What if you are a contributor? You begin to imagine heat, sitting in the sun, uncomfortable,... More
  • Bird Photography

    by Robinstockphotos | 6th of January, 2013

    I've always been interested a lot in observing birds. Sitting with a pair of field glasses or binoculars and watching out for a single little bird for hours and hours...that was when I was 12 years old. Now after 6 years I can combine it with photography and get some... More
  • HDR Photography - Tips

    by Robinstockphotos | 7th of December, 2012

    Love HDR photography? I agree it is interesting. But are you doing it the "professional" way? It is not always easy to get HDR photos perfect because of little things we often ignore. Here is the quick list you must scan through mentally every time you're out for that... More
  • A simple trick for Hummingbird Photography

    by Physi28 | 26th of July, 2012

    Those among us who have been trying to get decent pictures of Hummingbirds in flight, know about the difficulties involved: some species exhibit a rather (relatively) slow flight between their stops in the air, allowing you to focus and shoot before they resume their move... More
  • A St. Patrick's Day Toast

    by Karenfoleyphotography | 16th of March, 2012

    . May the road rise up to meet you, May the wind be always at your back, May the sun shine warm upon your face, and the rain fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet agan, May God hold you safe in the palm of His hand. Or my personal favorite May you already... More
  • Shooting tethered

    by Dark3y3s | 16th of February, 2012

    Hello guys! Have you ever thought your camera's tiny screen was not enough to preview your images? Or felt a bit disappointed after seeing the pictures on your computer? Well, I certainly did. And I recently found out there's a solution to this and it's quite a popular... More
  • Travel Photography - Some Tips

    by Shopartgallerycom | 14th of May, 2011

    This is the first article I published in Shopartgallery's Page On Facebook and is dedicated to Travel Photography, a fascinating world in which once you've entered, is very difficult to leave. It becomes a burning passion that makes you long for the next opportunity... More
  • Journey to my first 100th sale

    by Nectar3d | 28th of July, 2010

    WOW! I have reached my first 100th sale! I am so happy! Thanks again to DT and other members! And today I would like to share some of my precious experience throughout this entire journey with others, specially those who just started here. Initially when I entered DT,... More
  • Wildlife - Outside Your Camera

    by Kenneystudios | 18th of April, 2010

    How do I find wildlife? What do I bring? How should I use the lighting? .... These questions are asked over and over again, yet most articles and tutorials do not get to the other aspects of the art of photography. There is much more to know. Yes, the animals are also... More
  • Did you know?

    by Rosedarc | 23rd of March, 2010

    Although DT's interface is incredibly user friendly and the blogs and message boards are full of information, some things are not always obvious to the newbies. Here are some of the things I've picked along the way and wish I'd known before. They work for me, but you might... More
  • Thanks to your tip and tricks I've done my first isolated pictures

    by Trottola | 18th of February, 2010

    Hello every one, I begun publishing few images last year, but I didn' much. I wasn't sure I could get results with my compact camera. So, I did some illutrations. One of these has been downloaded very soon, but just one time. And It's my only download for the moment... More
  • How to get 100 percent approval rate {Am I cheating???}

    by Creativei | 29th of October, 2009

    Well this blog may not be useful for everybody, especially for exclusive contributors. I tried this method this month with my uploads, and it did work, achieved 100 percent approval rate with my 10 uploads. For me Dreamstime is the favorite site, and this is the only... More
  • Imaging Tips and Tools

    by Fultonsphoto | 30th of July, 2009

    As someone who has taken many wedding images in the past, I am registered to AsukaBook USA wedding albums. http://asukabook.com/ I have used one of Desislava's wedding images to keep with the wedding theme... One of the advantages of this site was the introduction to... More
  • Purple Fringing Quick Fixes

    by Travismanley | 26th of June, 2009

    Just wrote a new post at my blog twcdm.blogspot.com Here is a sample of that post. Purple Fringing, AKA: Chromatic Aberrations (sounds like something you would hear on an episode of X-Files), AKA: Lens Fringing. Even with the best lenses you will occasionally find... More
  • 5 Simple Photoshop Fixes

    by Travismanley | 18th of June, 2009

    New post at my blog check it out twcdm.blogspot.com Here is a portion of the post: Here are a five simple Photoshop fixes you can to to most of your photos that will really make them shine. 1. Levels - Check your levels. There are a couple ways to do this here... More
  • Let's talk a little bit about image sharpness

    by Petarneychev | 5th of May, 2009

    Few things are more impressive than a full blown image with spot on focus and perfect optical sharpness. Unfortunately, few things are as hard as accomplishing this on regular basis, especially when you shoot under natural light and you're trying to squeeze your equipment... More
  • twcdm.blogspot.com POTD#2 (photo of the day)

    by Travismanley | 31st of March, 2009

    Just started something new on my blog twcdm.blogspot.com Im calling it POTD (photo of the day) and as the name implies im going to be posting photos daily (or mostly daily) and giving a quick rundown of how I got the shot. Here is POTD #2 The breakdown: I took... More

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