A few of my photos - found!

posted on 19th of december, 2009

Always fun to find your photos in use.

Permit me to share some that I have found. By the way, the moral of the story is to keep shooting, keep uploading and keep plugging away at this stock photography business. Occasionally, we get lucky and find our photos in use.

Here's a few I was fortunate to find:

This image:

- used in an AARP bulletin

This one - used in an Examiner.com article

This one - used on this site.

Interestingly, I appear in the credits for this book on India. I can't see the photos, so I'll order the book soon to see which photo they used. Perhaps this one of Golconda Fort:

And I also show up in the credits on this book on goats. Again, can't see the photo they used, but maybe this one:

Comments (11)

Posted by Keki on December 21, 2009
wahey! brilliant! :))
Posted by Davidwattsjr on December 21, 2009
thanks fellow DT'ers... Bsites - to answer your question, I just googled as follows: dreamstime "david watts"

Good luck to all - fun to find your images in use.

Posted by Marilyngould on December 20, 2009
So very rewarding to find your images in use - congratulations!
Posted by EmeraldUmbrellaStudio on December 20, 2009
Posted by Justmeyo on December 20, 2009
Posted by Pardeep08 on December 20, 2009
Congrats !!.. May be i'll find mine some day.
Posted by smartview27 on December 20, 2009
congrats, David!
Posted by Mani33 on December 19, 2009
Great! Congratulations... Keep up the good work ;)
Posted by Wildmac on December 19, 2009
Congratulations that's great! :0)
Posted by Bsites on December 19, 2009
How did you find your images? It's really neat that you appear in the credits for those books! Maybe one day I'll find one of my images :-)
Posted by Rosedarc on December 19, 2009
Great stuff, congratulations!

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