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  • A Hint for Photographing Golf Courses

    by GWHughes | 27th of March, 2014

    Here's an easy hint if you are planning to take some golf course scenery shots - take a golf ball with you! Place the ball close to the flag stick and any golfer seeing your photos will dream that it is their great shot captured at that special moment. They will infer... More
  • Festivals and Celebrations Collection

    by Cheese365 | 3rd of February, 2014

    I saw this image and it inspired me to create a new collection. I only have 3 images at the moment in this collection: if you have an image you think would fit this collection "Festivals and Celebrations" please let me know. I'm looking for traditional or unusual, lots... More
  • New Collection - Flags and Countries

    by Mrallen | 15th of November, 2013

    Take a look at my new collection: Flags and Countries of the World This great collection contains just over 200 images of international flags and flags with important world landmarks. Go to: http://www.dreamstime.com/flags-of-the-world-colldet21915 Or go via the link... 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
  • Wide panoramas

    by Vogonify | 2nd of November, 2012

    Panoramas are very interesting when it comes to landscape photography. There is a sense of grandeur about them and the wide format makes them compelling. I have had a fascination for panoramas since a long time. There are many ways to create them and some of the most powerful... More
  • Fun with wide angle

    by Mangalika | 31st of October, 2012

    I started photography with a 50mm prime. I was so skeptic about wide angle lenses and distortions that buying a Kit lens was a 'no no' for me. After more than a year I somehow thought of buying a superwide angle of 10-20mm. Still I used to make mess with most of the shots... More
  • Putting things into perspective

    by Georgecy | 26th of September, 2012

    If you have an SLR or dSLR camera then chances are, you are wondering which lens to buy, which working focal length to invest in. Well in case you haven’t figured it out yet, the answer is simple (in the sense of choosing your focal length), get what you need for the things... More
  • Going ultra wide - my new toy

    by Amilevin | 27th of August, 2012

    Hi, Like any other photography enthusiastic it was clear to me that my vacation in NY will include a trip to B&H (actually there were 3 of those trips :) ). Since the last lens I purchased was ~ 3 years ago I knew I won't be able to hold myself from buying a new one.... More
  • Fisheye Fun in Florida

    by Peanutroaster | 23rd of April, 2012

    Before leaving on our spring break vacation to Florida, on kind of a whim after some of the Micro 4/3 banter on the Dreamstime blog, I bought myself a fisheye lens to bring along. Doesn't every photographer have a secret wish to use a fisheye lens at... More
  • Sky with clouds - a good shot of a well covered subject

    by Intrepix | 8th of December, 2011

    Some weeks ago I got this image of a beautiful sky accepted. I know there are thousands of pictures of a sky, however when I saw this beautiful sky one morning in September this year I could not resist. (thanks to the reviewers for still letting it through!) I live in a high-... More
  • My cheap fish-eye lense :)

    by Julia161 | 21st of November, 2011

    Hello! A while ago I asked advise on this board from people using various fish-eye lenses, which of them was better, becuase I planned to buy a suspiciously cheap one from ebay. Here is the discussion . Now I can say that I made an experiment: my cheap (about 30$ including... More
  • Cokin Z-pro holder, wide angle lens and dark corners

    by Risto40 | 16th of July, 2011

    About a month or two ago I posted a question into DT's forum about ND Graduated filters, Cokin Z-pro holder, wide angle lens 17mm at 1.6x crop sensor and vignetting / dark corners. Didn't receive an answer if there will be any dark corners or not. To date I've had that... More
  • The F 2.8 ( love it or hate it)

    by Nikmd | 19th of May, 2011

    When I started with photography a year ago, wide aperture lens ( f 2.8, f1.4) were all that I desired as I wanted to shoot in low light situations and also get the pleasing bokeh in almost all my shots by using the widest aperture. I enjoyed it very much. Then I joined dreamstime... More
  • The sharpest Tokina 11-16mm and its chromatic abberation

    by Deechhom | 18th of March, 2011

    Note : whatever I am discussing here applies iff (if and only if) you are going to print bigger than 12x18 sq. inch size of a photograph. Below that size you just need a DSLR and any lens, yes I said any lens. And that will give you same result as $8000 camera with $1900... More
  • Locks of love

    by Alieska84 | 10th of March, 2011

    Padlocks are using as a sign of love. Couples in love locking various padlocks on different places around the world. Usually they are on some bridge and after locking is key thrown into the water. I created a collection for this beautiful habit - collection More
  • On using ultra-wide-angle lens

    by Nikmd | 21st of October, 2010

    Among the most difficult to use are the ultra-wideangle lens as most of you would agree on that. I love my wideangles and I am sure you love yours too. Compositions on a ultra-wide-angle lens would require one to be as close as possible to a subject and not for staying back... More
  • 700 pics on line with the new superwideangle!

    by Paologozzi | 31st of August, 2010

    last friday profiting of a gorgeous sunny day I took a tour to Lofoten with my dog and the new 10-24 wide angle. after year of taking pictures with a 18mm I start to discover know the new perspectives allowed by the 10mm wide angle The ultra-wide angle changes completely... More
  • Wide panorama collages

    by Imagestalk | 3rd of August, 2009

    Digital picturing allows you to experiment things old analogic cameras wouldn't. Panorama shooting camera was my dream when I started my photo activity....and now, I can try to create the same effect thanks to our new friend: Mr Postprocessing. Using a simple Photoshop... More
  • Panoramic shots

    by Halient | 12th of June, 2009

    After looking at some of my old shots I realized that I have tons of shots that were shot with the intent of being recompiled in a panoramic. Until recently I never got a chance to put them together and just wanted to share a couple that I have posted on DT. So enjoy and... More
  • Worldwide PhotoWalk on July 18th 2009

    by Maigi | 4th of June, 2009

    Have you heard about it?!? A little while ago Scott Kelby's announced his Second Annual Worldwide Photo Walk. The official PhotoWalk day is Saturday, July 18th 2009. There are hundreds of cities around the world which have scheduled PhotoWalks. The idea is just to go... More

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