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  • 500 images goal after Iceland trip!

    by Baldas1950 | 4th of September, 2013

    I'm glad I reached the goal of 500 uploaded images, utilising the last fifty pictures taken this summer during a trip to Iceland. For those, like me, does not have the courage to face the exploration of the interior of this magnificent volcanic island with a jeep and... More
  • Hunting manta rays on Manta Dropp-off

    by Thorken | 19th of August, 2013

    Briefing for the dive was the most precise I've ever experienced. And that was why. All it would enough was the slightest mistak and a diver was pulled down by a strong current in the sea depths. On the dive we went just two divers with three guides. The aim was "Manta Dropp-... More
  • Shark (as) on the plate

    by Thorken | 13th of August, 2013

    I stayed at surface longer than others. My guide solved some technical problem on the equipment, so I didn´t dive headlong with the group, but I waited for him. Then we descended slowly along the coral reef and in that I saw him ... Wobbegong shark was lying at a depth... More
  • Hunting sharks

    by Thorken | 9th of August, 2013

    On the ship we operationally changed the diving location. On the originally planned seemed to be little fish while the nearby locality had plenty of them. Then, when I looked from the bottom of sea toward the surface, thru the fish was barely see the sky. And the change of... More
  • Summer fun

    by Bradcalkins | 23rd of July, 2013

    Recently I picked up a used telephoto zoom for my Olympus OM-D. The zoom is designed for the older four thirds dSLR mounts, and as a result doesn't really work very well for Autofocus (until someone releases a micro four thirds phase detect AF sensor). However, the... More
  • Waterfall

    by Thammarsten | 22nd of May, 2013

    Felt I got a good picture last Sunday when I photographed waterfalls in bad weather. See examples what do you think? 10 second shutter speed and filters. See Article
  • First sale! :-)

    by Glocoru | 15th of May, 2013

    After one month (more o less) I've sold my first photo! It has been a suscription but I'm very very glad, excited...! I liked this pic since the moment I watched it after downloading in the computer :-) By the moment, the one that has been sold is one where appears... More
  • First iphone picture online

    by Physi28 | 30th of April, 2013

    I was happy to see that my first iphone photo had been accepted and now online, I didn't think it would go through! I made this photography in northern Spain, at the Picos de Europa national park standing behind a waterfall which was pouring down to the Cares river. I was... More
  • Upcoming Milestone

    by Georgeskyrillos | 22nd of February, 2013

    In order not to miss my 1,500th sale like I did with my 1,000th sale, I'll blog about it before it happens :P Still 8 downloads to go to reach 1,500 sales, so I randomly picked 8 files from my portfolio. Wonder if any of them will contribubte to reaching that milestone!... More
  • Traditional Christmas illustrations

    by Korat_cn | 17th of November, 2012

    Well, Christmas is coming and for an illustrator this is a very busy period. Time to find something different. This time I've decided to take a step back to go forward. So I have taken watercolors out from the drawer. Yes, REAL brushes and TRADITIONAL watercolors. Not digital... More
  • Let's go to the beach....

    by Miraclemoments | 12th of August, 2012

    Living at the coast has its advantages. Lovely coastal sunrises and sunsets. The summer months with lots of activity and holiday makers in the area. Winter of course has less advantages unless you are fortunate to have the mild winters that a town like Mossel Bay, South... More
  • Funny moments

    by Bradcalkins | 13th of July, 2012

    Sometimes there are moments in your life (especially with kids) where you are just glad you were ready with your camera! See Article
  • The peaceful and almost religious part of photography

    by Miraclemoments | 8th of July, 2012

    Most people that enjoy their landscape photography will be able to relate to what I am blogging. I enjoy doing seascape photography and find the smell of the ocean, the rushing water and sealife to be an almost religious experience. Heading down to the beach and... 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... More
  • Photographing the sea... what I learned

    by Hermes-sicily | 2nd of February, 2012

    Looking back at my portfolio I discovered a thing: I like take pictures of the sea ! Living in Sicily it's easy to take advantage of a beautiful day to reach the coast. I soon discovered that (like often occurs in photography) the best moments are in the morning and in the... More
  • Report alleged copyright infringement question

    by Silent47 | 23rd of December, 2011

    Is anybody here who has used this DT feature "Report misuse"?I found one of my picture watermarked and in use on one website and i will like to know what is going to happen with the illegal user. See Article
  • Splash Photography — How To Shoot A Splash Scene

    by Midosemsem | 14th of November, 2011

    Splash photography is challenging and a lot of fun. The reason – it requires some precise coordination, the results are wonderful and you are going to have a lot of fun practicing some coordination with your assistant while witnessing some... More
  • How to shoot the splash with water

    by Luming | 17th of September, 2011

    1. Use the “flashlight A” to illuminate the cup penetrate through the “translucency background” from the bottom. 2. Use the “flashlight B ” to illuminate the fruit from the 45° angle frontage . 3.Use the two“Black masks” to let the cup have a black outline,... More
  • Heavy rain makes wonderful things

    by Risto40 | 13th of September, 2011

    Rainy days in a row are sometimes really depressive. Everything is gray and wet. However, once the rain stops, nature may show us wonderful things. That's how it is in the country I live. There is a magic well that revives during high water (snow melting) season or sometimes... More
  • Dreamstime Watermarks, Are they Working to stop Image Thef?

    by Ratmandude | 15th of August, 2011

    OK, so I've been playing with the new search feature on Google. Have any of you been doing the same? I have to admit there have been some good and bad results so far. Good in that it is great to find where my images are being used, online. Bad in that during the course... More

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