Dreamstime

Scoop of Green Peas - 1000th Picture in My Portfolio


posted on 9th of july, 2009




Yesterday, I reached 1000 pictures in my Dreamstime portfolio with a scoop of green peas image. It feels like just a few days ago I was shooting quite different picture of the same peas germinating.

I would love to shoot more in my garden, but a stormy spring in Colorado with a lot of hail was not very kind for my plants. Even these green pea pods needed some Photoshop work to remove spots due to hail damage.

19 months in microstock, 1000 pictures with Dreamstime, and just reaching my 7th payout. Not bad! However, the growth of my Dreamstime portfolio slowed down significantly during last few months. My effective acceptance rate dropped down below 50%, i.e., I am submitting selected pictures only, and only 60-70% of them are accepted. In my blog Pixels Away I am discussing further this issue and, also, compare my Dreamstime portfolio to some other microstock agencies.

Comments (5)

Comment by Rmarinello on July 10, 2009

yeah ;-)

Comment by Hlehnerer on July 10, 2009

Congratulation! Good luck with reaching 2000 soon!

Comment by Wildmac on July 09, 2009

Congratulations! Good luck with your future goals :0)

Comment by Mitch1921 on July 09, 2009

Congratulations!!

Comment by Mani33 on July 09, 2009

You have a great portfolio... Good luck with it.
Cheers :)




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I am studio and adventure photographer with a scientific background. I have more than 12,000 pictures in my stock portfolio. Please contact me through my blog if you are interested in custom pictures or photo designs.

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