2015 in review

posted on 7th of january, 2016

Goodbye 2015 and welcome 2016! May this be an amazing year, much better than the last one.

But before we bid adieu to an eventful 2015, we want to have a last look at what happened stock wise here on Dreamstime. As usual, we're making some stats and facts public in order to help you understand what the 2015 stock trends were, what sold best and what people looked for when shopping for stock.

If you check my previous reviews for 2014, 2012 and 2010, you'll notice few changes in tastes. Icons we'll never grow old, vintage is back in fashion...

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Posted by Burelli on March 02, 2016
This is a fantastic summary! As I am just starting out, this is great food for thought .
Posted by Ugrekz on February 01, 2016
Thanks. Very Useful. Read
Posted by Richman21 on January 28, 2016
Thanks. Very interestingly. I will use this information

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Your business models look old and ugly

posted on 25th of january, 2016

Don't get mad, they're still young and beautiful, they just pose, dress and look oldfashioned. Here are a few things you need to pay attention to when working with models for a business photo shooting:

1. The right expression


Don't you find fake forced smiles irritating? So do buyers. Would you buy something from anyone who seems to have a smile glued on their face? Not really. People will avoid using a fake smiler in ads mainly because the model fails to engage the audience in an authentic manner and doesn't invite people to shop or trust the organization. Act natural, look natural, smile natural :).

2. The age issue


Who told you you have to be old to be a manager? Don't tell people they have to...

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Posted by Randomshots on January 16, 2017
Age does not necessarily guarantee wisdom. A college degree is good but it is only a starting point. Experience, both good and bad, is the best teacher. You don't need an MBA to be successful so use the funds for a down payment on a house. Listen to your employees because you don't always have the right answers. Be yourself. You don't need to emulate someone like Steve Jobs or Bill Gates to be successful. John Allen
Posted by Clippingpathserviceindia on July 11, 2016
wonderful tricks ....!!!!
Posted by Alessandrarc1 on February 20, 2016
You don't "have" to be old to be a boss, but usually you are old when you become a boss.

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