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  • Western Thatching Ants (Formica obscuripes)

    by Toynutz | 5th of July, 2012

    On Dreamstime, there are 1456 images associated with ants. Grotesque and creepy as they may be perceived by some humans, ants are industrious and cooperative, each apparently knowing their role in maintaining the health of their community, something we humans could stand... More
  • Central Oregon Waterways

    by Toynutz | 4th of July, 2012

    Central Oregon is considered the semi-arid High Desert, but it is not without rivers. There are three major ones, the Metolius, Crooked, and Deschutes. They all merge into the Deschutes at Lake Billy Chinook, a huge reservoir created by the construction of Round Butte hydrolelectric... More
  • Pending images

    by Ewamewa2 | 3rd of July, 2012

    6 of may images have been pending since 19.06. That day I uploaded 1 more and it was accepted. So why the other have been pending for 2 weeks? Most of them are editorials taken in Sardinia. It is really frustrating. What is going on with DT? See Article
  • Satwa Guna project - Unknown VIETNAM 2012

    by Photodesign | 2nd of July, 2012

    Preparations almost finished The departure date approaches and we are in a hurry. We got out in time from the bohemian state in which we had lost ourselves to apply for the Vietnamese visa. We thought that we could apply online and in 2 days the visa would be ready. It... More
  • Extreme inspiration

    by Kimdeadman | 24th of June, 2012

    I recently went to a photography exhibition at the Metropoliatan Museum of Photography while on holiday in Tokyo. I found it by chance while filling in time between some other activities, but it turned out to be a big source of inspiration. Sometimes I look at other photographer'... More
  • Finding my way

    by Kimdeadman | 15th of June, 2012

    As I reach 24 accepted photos on Dreamstime I feel like I’ve climbed Mont Blanc. I set out with my little 350D a year or so ago and thought, ‘this will be easy; point, shoot, submit and perhaps earn a fortune.’ In reality I have faced raging storms (of frustration)... More
  • What do they want?

    by Thegreekphilosopher | 12th of June, 2012

    Hello I am very new here and I have been wandering what kind of photos sell and in general get accepted. From personal experience I'd rule out sunset photos. I would love to hear your most honest opinion. (i could not upload my rejected sunset photo,damn) More
  • Collections Contribution Request Part XI

    by Elianehaykal | 10th of June, 2012

    As usual, I worked on putting together 6 new collections which need your input. However, unlike my previous 10 blogs, the formatting will be a bit different as it will be for each series of the future 10 blogs :) Please, before sending anything to be added, read the... More
  • Wadi Rum

    by Zsaadallah | 5th of June, 2012

    Finally, my new Wadi Rum collection accepted. A tip for all travelers, although wadi rum can be a very enchanting and a beautiful place, my advice would still be never go there in the summer. you'll melt in the sun. Best time to visit would be during the months of April... More
  • Take Warning Signs Seriously

    by Jcimagery | 11th of May, 2012

    Living on 55 acres banking a scenic river, with a 270 degree view of a mountain range, we get all kinds of people on our property. Rafters systematically pull up and cut across our pasture to get to the county road, dropping their popped rafts/tubes/floaties/beer... More
  • Now the IRS Knows About My DT Income...Goodie!

    by Jeniicorv8 | 22nd of April, 2012

    When I started with DT, it was beyond my imagination that I will sell even a fraction of what I have sold so far. This tax filing year is the first time I was 1099’d, hence required to include my DT earnings to our income tax reporting. Perhaps it’s an untheorized reflex... More
  • Gaining & Losing with Stock Photography

    by Mark6138 | 6th of April, 2012

    One of the joys of an interest in photography is that you start to notice things that previously went unnoticed. An interesting Latin engraving around the edge of a church door and the interesting carvings on familiar landmarks seem to have even more detail than they ever... More
  • Collections Contribution Request Part IX

    by Elianehaykal | 1st of April, 2012

    Here's another round of 6 new collections that need your input :) Hope you like going through them even if you don't have anything that currently fits. Ethnic Patterns: Beauty of Swans: Easter Cookies,... More
  • Trumpeter Swan (Cygnus Buccinator)

    by Toynutz | 21st of March, 2012

    There are swans, and then there are Trumpeter Swans (Cygnus buccinator). As the name indicates, Trumpeter Swans demonstrate a distinctive way of communicating, (if humans could just understand what they're saying.) As juveniles, trumpeter swan cygnets transform... More
  • Warning Strike - How to feel like a Reporter

    by Jdanne | 13th of March, 2012

    A few days ago there was a warning strike in Nuremberg, Germany, directly before the start of the new collective bargaining with the Metalworkers’ Employers’ Association. Around 3000 workers took part at this short and peaceful strike. What surprised me a lot: Obviously... More
  • Keywords are so important!

    by Cleaper | 9th of March, 2012

    We all know how time consuming keywording can be, but it really is a vital stage of uploading that should be given just as much thought as the taking of and the processing of the image. Yesterday, I had a spare hour and so thought I would look at some of my images to see... More
  • Some Quotes

    by Agcuesta | 6th of March, 2012

    Photography is not about emulation. It is about finding yourself and speaking your own voice. I liked this phrase and want to share some Quotes I found out there from those who have done their own thing with the creative process. I hope will be a motivation for you as... More
  • Let this WAR begin!

    by Imaengine | 28th of February, 2012

    Hi guys! I just found this short film and I thought every photogrphy passionate person would like to see it. Enjoy: link See Article
  • Hate long winter

    by Sasanka7 | 23rd of February, 2012

    I like the winter when fresh white attacks mainly clean and shining fragrant snow, some freezing, the sky is bright blue, no clouds, the sun is shining beautiful... Sure I take, I go for a walk, romance. and whistles you will be somewhere on the ice! and I am fucking sick... More
  • Keep in the loop

    by Birksphotography | 15th of February, 2012

    Uploading images and then waiting in line for the review for seven or eight days can be frustrating. Something you'll want to keep from doing because it can limit the amount of time you have to get sesonal shots done is waiting to upload new images until the old ones get... More

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