I've always been curious (and maybe a little apprehensive) about where and how the photographs I've submitted to Dreamstime are being used-- and now with reverse image search functionality in Google (Google reverse image search) (and built into Chrome browser , as described here), I've been merrily finding out!
Most of them make sense, as in the case of a toad photo I took at the local aquarium. I suppose I wonder why they didn`t just take their OWN photograph at their own aquarium. I`d like to think they just preferred the expertise and care I took in shooting and editing my particular capture! [link=http://www.mymcpl.org/blog-tags/frogs]...
Thank you so much for this post! I'm fairly new to stock sites but I have had my first sale and it was such a buzz finding my photo published on a website (liveoutdoors.com). As time goes on I'm hoping that I'll be able to find my images else where :)
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