WOW … what a SUPER find.
Which page did you find your image on?
Post your name with the page number and I'll update the list above …
If you give the DT FILE ID … along with your reply … that'll update the list also & show your pic embedded. [a little free marketing for us all] — see we all do what we can for each other …
From what I can determine the following page have DT related images/content placed on them:
42 — Yuri Arcurs
138 — RatManDude
Go have a look and claim your number … take the seat that has been reserved for you in your moment of spotlight … LOL
If I have left anyone off ; no malice intended … I've tried to id all the DT images, but may have missed a few …
You will also note that among us [oh so small photographers, that we are graced to also be among the SUPER dude! — Yuri Arcurs — who for those of you who don't already know is one of, if not the outright, top seller of micro stock, worldwide.
I tried to find the file ID of the DT image that was used, but alas there just far too many images in Yuri's porfolio for me to find the file, besides I suspect that it in fact may no longer available at DT — I did find a few that are similar, with the same model, but alas not the exact image that is used in the mag … therefore … no highlighted image for Yuri in this blog. [Sorry Dude!] — [Not that he needs my little marketing exercise to bump sales in his department].
So while I bow my head and say thank you & well done to all, I hold my head up high & say I was there right with Yuri!! — Were you?
The publication [in print form is]:
The Old Schoolhouse
The magazine for homeschool families
The online version [that I have tracked is]:
Naturally my image used [page 138]:
As a matter if interest for those that did make sales for this publication … I was just wondering how did you do with the sale … royalties wise I mean … mine was used as a half page vertical on the A4 page, and as such it was purchased as maximum size download, but fortunately not as a subs purchase, for good revenue was attracted …
[I ask — if you are able to id when the sale took place], as the image of mine that sold has not made any others to date, I was easily able to ID the date of the sale:
The keyword searched for — for the basis of the sale — "bridge".
I shudder to think how many hits there may have been when looking for that simple a keyword string, even at that date there must have been way may.
AMI — yes I did do it for kicks — tonight there are "58,816 images" based on that keyword.
Did you make a sale around that time, on that day, well perhaps your image is in that publication detailed above … may be an interesting investigation … go check it out & let me know if you do find your goodies there, also along side Yuri & Me!
Thanks for taking the time to get this far thru my thoughts with me today … and have a wonderful day further … keep clicking!