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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
  • More about Auckland and Surroundings

    by Angkawijaya92 | 29th of August, 2015

    Continuing from my first blog about travelling in Auckland NewZealand. I felt that many parts of Auckland deserved to be explored more. The country is really fantastic for landscape and adventure lovers. Next, I visited Waikatere Ranges. The hilly land that borders the... More
  • Growing Model

    by Cheese365 | 13th of August, 2015

      My new model at 10 weeks old, a cute fluffy buddle of fun. Now he is 15 months old, still cute (well I think so) much bigger and still a lot of fun. Had hoped to get several images of him online but so difficult to capture him as he is always moving plus not all of my... More
  • My very first illustration

    by Frozenmountainphotography | 6th of August, 2015

    Today I am very excited because one of my very first illustrations has been accepted, and is now up for sale on dreamstime. I found that some illustrations are a difficult thing to get accepted on dreamstime due to the high velocity of certain subjects that are present in... More
  • Porto, new touristic destination

    by Antonio1962 | 2nd of August, 2015

      Second city of Portugal,Porto is now a relevant touristic destination for people around the world.The weather,the river,the food,the sea,the possibility to go on boats to the vineyards at north.Is also a paradise for photographers.The llight is marvelous,the D.Luiz bridge,... More
  • Assignment winner

    by Sanshams | 28th of July, 2015

    Wow !!!! I finally won my first assignement on dreamstime. I can not believe it and I'm so happy. Thanks to everyone who voted my file.   See Article
  • New Zealand This Winter

    by Angkawijaya92 | 15th of July, 2015

    It's July and it's winter in Auckland. I thought that I came in the most unfavourable weather to take landscapes and cityscapes, as bad weather haunts everyday, but luckily, there some clear days, and those photos I took now are filling up on the DT. Take a look some of... More
  • Have a love of the window

    by 11483899 | 2nd of July, 2015

    > Every day I come home from work, passes through the window of some people, One window caught my attention, I pass the all year round, and they have no gorgeous curtain, but there has been a bunch of beautiful roses. I thought must be plastic flowers or new couples, direct... More
  • Let's congrats for the winners!

    by Wxh6763 | 17th of June, 2015

    This assignment - "Country life" have already finished. Let's congrats for the winners first. They are so beautiful. Here they are:       I have attended several times and there are 7 images passed. Although they are both failed to become the winner but I still feel... More
  • Never stop DREAMING

    by Mariayunira | 12th of June, 2015

    Do you know why I love drawing? It's simply because by drawing I can do a lot of DREAMING... Just by moving my mind and my fingers (and absolutely my best friend, the Wacoom Bamboo pen.. ^_^ ) I can dream about being everybody.     I can dream to be any kind... More
  • Butterflies Coloring the World

    by Risto40 | 16th of May, 2015

        Sun shines high, temperature rises fast, it's already pretty green on the otherside of the glass. But wearing shorts and summer dresses in many countries you still cant't. Still be happy as soon you can! Dress up for a walk outdoors, in a park or countryside.... More
  • Workmanship

    by Aynursib | 15th of May, 2015

    Hands doing a lot.       Tile installing:             Sculpting:             Electronic circuit soldering:       Farming:       Cooking:       Weldering:      Engineering:    Bee keeping:    Sewing:   ... More
  • Snow Sports Collection

    by Neildenize | 13th of March, 2015

    Hi there I have created a collection of a couple of my winter snow shots and are wanting any other snow sports shots out there to add to the collection would be much appreciated,Just send me them and I will gladly put them in. Cheers Neil Denize Here is a link to... More
  • Trapped inside: How cabin fever caused me to expand my photography

    by Winnietam | 25th of February, 2015

      With snow and extreme cold weather still pummeling the Northeast, there is not much to do but stay inside these days. Unfortunately, this prevents me from photographing one of my favorite subjects -- landscape and nature (as saturated as it is in microstock, I know!... More
  • Shooting in the Alps

    by Gherzak | 6th of February, 2015

    The photograph of alpine landscapes requires, in addition to photography skills, a certain passion for hiking and for the mountains. Some locations are easily accessible by car or by cableway. Often, though, you need to walk for hours, in conditions of fatigue and of difficulties... More
  • How should I react when I see my stock image in a magazine?

    by Alexa_adrian2001 | 3rd of February, 2015

    Today was a very beautiful day for me. It happened that a colleague of mine promised that will bring me a magazine where, she said, I will see information about a ski resort, called Val Gardena, where just happened that I have been 2 weeks ago. It is a magazine that is... More
  • From my backyard - making use of your local surroundings

    by Hstovring | 27th of January, 2015

    When you are into taking photos of places, buildings and nature as I am, then a trip to Florence, Italy, or Paris, France, provides perfect photo opportunities. It would seem that you are stumbling on perfect images with every step you take.          ... More

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