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  • Nothing to take photos of!

    by Inyrdreams | 24th of June, 2013

    I'm bored! there's nothing to take pictures of! gosh I live in a flat, yucky part of the world.. now if I lived (___fill in the blank) then I would have the best photos and the most sales here! If only I could win the lottery and travel all over the word, the best camera... More
  • Planting a backyard garden

    by Tempestz | 22nd of April, 2013

    One easy technique to capture great flower pictures is to plant them in your yard. This will allow you to photograph the flowers when they are budding, to blooming, to losing their luster at anytime during the day without ever having to leave your yard. Having the ability... More
  • EDITORIAL IMAGES HEAVY MACHINE

    by Akulamatiau | 18th of October, 2012

    Hi guys. Just want to share my latest Editorial Images. Nothing fancy about it, its just an old truck and some heavy agriculture machines. But here's the thing, there are designers who I think will buy this sort of images. We just have to think a little... More
  • WHEN IT SNOWS.....................

    by Akulamatiau | 2nd of February, 2012

    A few days ago, snows finally hit Geneva after a very long while. It snowed for 24 hours. Unfortunately I have to go to work for the whole day. I was really restless waiting for the office hours to end to go shooting. Rushed back to my house to change and collect my... More
  • The Two Toads

    by Karenkh | 27th of July, 2010

    This is a copy of a post I recently added to my blog at wordpress. Two of the toad photos were just accepted at DT and I wanted to share. Have a great day! I have had some visitors in my yard lately. They hide away when the sun is out and the temperatures soar, but... More
  • Looking in your back yard for inspiration

    by Mvogel | 11th of July, 2010

    Recently I uploaded and had accepted a picture that was taken in my back yard. Many times people think that a photographer has to go to exotic destinations or shoot in a studio to get pictures that someone wants to buy. This is not the case. So the next time you are... More
  • Spring Arrives with Great Opportunities!

    by Kenneystudios | 11th of March, 2010

    The other day, I felt like the weight of winter finally broke from my back! It was beautiful outside here in Northern Virginia! The birds started singing loudly and proudly and the small mammals started foraging for the goodies left behind. To push my advantages from... More
  • Reaching a milestone

    by Southernstar71 | 17th of October, 2008

    I finally got there. 50 uploads. It took quite a while (almost a year in fact), and at a certain point I'd given up hope altogether, but I got there. The most important thing, though, is not reaching the milestone, it's the path you travel on. For me, it meant learning... More
  • Treasure Hunting: Outdoors in your own backyard

    by Ladykassie | 8th of October, 2008

    Backyard Treasure Hunting in your own backyard... what wonders you can find. Please Click on the BACKYARD link to view some photos that I took.. ;0) Thanks! ~alice More
  • Inspiration at home

    by Teekaygee | 11th of August, 2008

    Some days it seems very hard for me to get my creative juices flowing with ways to increase my portfolio. I don't get excited shooting ordinary objects on a white background, but I also usually don't feel like hopping in the car and driving an hour or more to go into town.... More
  • 200 and counting!

    by Bigpressphoto | 5th of June, 2008

    Well June marks a year ago that I first started seriously uploading, and Today I've sold 201 images. its taken longer than I thought but I have a small portfolio. Im happy that I have sold across my portfolio and not just one or two images over and over, although any... More
  • Royal courtyard.

    by Linqong | 18th of March, 2008

    This royal house is located in the famous Peking University,"LangRun Garden" There have been several hundred years of history. LongRun Garden, situated in Weiminghu Lake on the north shore of the island, surrounded by ring of water, towering old trees,The exquisite courtyard,... More
  • Wildlife in your backyard

    by Fotogeek | 30th of August, 2007

    You know you live in the right neighborhood/town/country when you pull the curtains in the morning, and you see a little rabbit in the backyard, nonchalantly taking his/her breakfast on the patch of clover that invaded a corner of your lawn. I managed to overcome my urge... More

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