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  • Color Me Red

    by Ellenboughn | 23rd of December, 2008

    Much of the Northern Hemisphere is covered in snow this week, even places like Las Vegas that normally never see the white, icy stuff have experienced falling snow. We’ve written previously about how to create and use artificial snow but now that the real thing is right... More
  • Baby Boomlet

    by Ellenboughn | 5th of August, 2008

    In Chicago a popular European coffee and pastry shop has banned classic baby prams – the type of baby carrier that plows down the street slicing though pedestrian traffic and taking up more space than a SmartCar. I fully understood the coffee shop’s rules as I strolled... More
  • Make the Invisible Visible

    by Ellenboughn | 6th of May, 2008

    Short of shooting roofs flying off buildings and trees ripped from the ground in a hurricane, how can you photograph wind? And why would you? As wind increases to hurricane force, the wise take shelter and let the guys in the working TV and press shoot the storm. (They presumably... More
  • Snow: Real or Instant?

    by Ellenboughn | 25th of October, 2007

    How do you make it snow when it doesn’t? Hands down, the real stuff is best but sometimes you have to fake it There are all manner of tricks. There is phony snow that is mixed with water and some swear by instant mashed potato flakes. A discussion about the merits of various... More
  • Why should I bother with contests?

    by Inyrdreams | 12th of June, 2014

    Another contest? should I enter? should I even bother? Contests are very interesting... they are created for a lot of different reasons, the biggest most likely being that they give manufacturers a wonderful data base of names and addresses and data about you, which... More
  • Non fiction snaps

    by Litadoolan | 2nd of June, 2014

    As a child school trips always made me buy a kodak film with 26 exposures to load into an instamatic camera and then plan each portrait well. Sometimes the exposures had been completely been used up before we had got on the bus. The power of friendships we shared as... More
  • Celebrating sale no 300

    by Lenutaidi | 9th of April, 2014

    Today I celebrate 300 sales! This is the image that gave me the sale number 300: Thank you for my buyers! Thank you, DT! I give wine to drink to all :) See Article
  • 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
  • Say "Hello!"

    by Yorgy67 | 25th of February, 2014

    The last winter days are going to remain behind us... The smell of Spring is already in the air... Hey, guys, do you feel it? :) Let the Spring bring new fresh ideas and much inspiration! More
  • Global Warming

    by Aynursib | 21st of February, 2014

    In Siberia, where I live, the last years strongly felt "global warming" in winter and "ice age" in summer. Winter becomes warmer, temperature averaged only -10 on Celsius, whereas - 25 was the norm. Vice versa in the summer was cooler. It was raining all time and I couldn'... More
  • Winter is Not My Favorite Season

    by Iheartcountryphoto | 12th of February, 2014

    I will be the first to admit that winter is my least favorite time of year. Living in the mid west USA, we suffer through some brutal cold winters (like this year) and some very snowy ones. I always dread this time of year and often wish I could hibernate as bears do!... More
  • Twin Falls (Washington) hiking guide

    by eric5 | 12th of February, 2014

    Twin Falls run year-round for one very good reason: the area around North Bend receives more than 90 inches of rain each year. Seattle--just 35 miles west--gets half that much. The South Fork Snoqualmie River takes that massive amount of rainfall and puts it to use entertaining... 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
  • Tagging is Everything

    by Mscott9985 | 17th of January, 2014

    A lot of times when I visit Dreamstime, I don't exactly know what I'm looking for. And I don't want to wade through twenty-thousand photos in order to find the perfect one. Getting your picture in front of the buyer's eyes comes down to good tagging. Take this picture.... More
  • What do you need to pay attention to keep on cold days?

    by Hanbaoluan | 14th of January, 2014

    Pay attention to the waist warm, warm winter: low temperature and humidity is one of the leading causes of chronic low back pain, must pay attention to keep warm in winter, as the change in the weather add clothes. Posture standing, sitting, and so on to correct: lumbar... More
  • winter sabotage

    by Sasanka7 | 8th of January, 2014

    This is definition of on czech version of wikipedia for winter Astronomical winter begins in the northern hemisphere of the earth at the moment of the winter solstice (21 or 22 December). On this day, the longest night and shortest day. At this time, starts at the Earth'... More
  • Memorable holiday!

    by Hanbaoluan | 23rd of December, 2013

    Winter Solstice (Winter Solstice), is a very important solar term in Chinese lunar calendar, is a traditional festival of the Chinese nation, the Winter Solstice commonly known as the "holiday", "long to festival", "age", etc, as early as two thousand five hundred years ago... More
  • Merry Christmas

    by Stockfotoart | 20th of December, 2013

    Hello to all, I wish you all a Merry Christmas with lots of Happy days and good light for shooting ;) See Article
  • The beginning

    by Twix178 | 27th of November, 2013

    Hello! I am very pleased to welcome you at my blog. Recently I started to invent and draw all kinds of interesting characters. Such as Mr. Christmas candy, and Ms. clip that works as manager. I hope you are familiar with my heroes, and you like them =) In the future I... More

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