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Make the Invisible Visible
posted 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... More...
Tagging is Everything
posted 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... More...
West Virginia's Turbines
posted by indy2320 - 10th of september, 2013
During a one week getaway to the mountains of West Virginia in the upper northeastern part of the state there was one thing that really blew my mind even over the wildlife and all the beautiful scenery. It was the wind turbines that... More...
A MYTH about Desktops Vs Handhelds
posted by thefinalmiracle - 30th of may, 2013
The media was never in such a worse condition like today. There was a time in history when a newspaper (sole kinda media then) was used as a tool for freedom struggles and a voice against oppression. With the same concept in our heads... More...
BRRR...white Christmas
posted by chanevy - 21st of december, 2012
I took some shots of the blizzard that hit the Midwest last week. Thought some of you might enjoy a look.. Feel free to share your own in the comments or at my FB page: Fun Photography Merry Christmas and a blessed New a year... More...
Wind Energy
posted by radub85 - 30th of august, 2012
Last month i was traveling across the country and i noticed something that it was a rare thing in these parts 10 years ago: wind turbines. Maybe now people understand that protecting the environment is really an important thing. The... More...
Tips for shooting on windy days
posted by psmpics - 28th of june, 2012
Taking photographs on blustery days presents a number of challenges, including: - Getting a sharp image - Getting a clean image - Protecting your gear - Protecting yourself Getting a sharp image Here are... More...
Chance of becoming a millionaire overnight
posted by alvera - 27th of january, 2012
Chance of becoming a millionaire overnight: my personal contest! You must guess if this picture is made in winter or in summer. There are bugs or snow flakes around that street light? If your guess is correct, you'll receive the... More...
Best of 2011
posted by mellimage - 1st of january, 2012
This image of a green window is among my favorite images from 2011. Which ones are yours? I've posted all others on my blog, feel free to check them out:Best of 2011. Happy New Year and all the best for 2012! More...
MAC or PC
posted by akulamatiau - 12th of september, 2011
Is it just me or did I find that Mac is better for editing and processing photo. I never used Mac, but after spending some time with a friend's IMac, all indications, to me at least shows that Mac is way better, have more clean... More...
it is raining again.
posted by dengqingke - 9th of september, 2011
I sat in the bus window was raining, I designed a three funny pictures,,
One month on DT & still trying to improve the AR ...
posted by digikhmer - 18th of may, 2011
Which word come in your mind when you come to talk about Netherlands or Holland ? I think most of you must say "tulips", "windmill" or "coffeshop" ;) or in the other way round. Before coming on the lowland, I was very interested... More...
Wind
posted by matijakeber - 1st of march, 2011
Wethermen predicted strong wind (160 km/h) for tomorrow so I wanted to ask you, if you have any experience in photographing in strong wind? Any good ideas? I live in a village and there's a forest nearby. Thank you for suggestions... More...
Music
posted by antoinettew - 23rd of february, 2011
There is music in my 250th photo:
Rain and wind
posted by matijakeber - 21st of february, 2011
These days there is not a lack of rainy and windy days, so I wonder what you like to shoot outdoors in days like this? I don't have a lot of ideas for those days...
My picture from Dreamstime on the Front Page
posted by aneese - 18th of november, 2010
My Picture was on the front page of the Philadelphia Inquirer today. An artist’s added wind turbines around the upper edge and solar panels covering portions of the stadium roof and facade of Lincoln Financial Field in the picture... More...
The Broken Window Makes New Lesson
posted by black-white - 17th of november, 2010
By now, a photo about the broken window in my portfolio sells better then the others. The better selling prompts me to review the course of the photo production as well as to think about the photography. I want to find some special... More...
Green Energy
posted by miele - 15th of october, 2010
During my last trip in the USA, go to Palm Springs. The city is waiting to be discovered, but among the most incredible things is the wind farm ... an expanse of wind turbines to produce green energy! I really like to think that that... More...
What will autumn bring?
posted by risto40 - 2nd of september, 2010
September has arrived and here in North of Europe, there's no sign of summer any more. No hot and sunny beach days to have a sunbath or swim in the sea. It's too cold and windy for this kind of fun. But for us, photographers, there'... More...
RAW and 64bit Windows
posted by soukupl - 31st of july, 2010
There is nice feature in Windows Vista / 7 (and WinXP SP3) called "image codecs". This little think allows user to install "plugins" for rendering non-default images (and thumbnails). This is especially needed by photographers working... More...
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