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  • The Alien landscape of Socotra, Yemen

    by Nikitu | 20th of May, 2014

    Socotra is the largest island of an archipelago with the same name and it sums up about 95% of the landmass of the archipelago. It lies some 240 kilometers (150 mi) east of the Horn of Africa and 380 kilometers (240 mi) south of the Arabian Peninsula. The landscape of remote... More
  • Pet photography – the battlefield of a very popular niche

    by Malinash | 14th of May, 2014

    In my block apartment where I grew up, I was surrounded by three dogs, different parrots and even a hamster. My little zoo has been the joy of my childhood and when they died whether from illness or old age, I was devastated as if a brother or a sister had gone. I&... More
  • Lake Baikal, the Pearl of Siberia

    by Nikitu | 13th of May, 2014

    As the vast evergreen forests of Russia's Siberian taiga extend southward toward Mongolia, the ground rises and the terrain becomes more varied. The border between Siberian Russia and Mongolia is a natural divide here, with rugged hills and mountains forming series... More
  • DeadVlei, Namibia, the most beautiful dead place you'll ever see

    by Nikitu | 6th of May, 2014

    Among the towering red dunes of Namib-Naukluft National Park in the central Namib Desert is an area known as Sossusvlei. It is a strange and alien landscape where, over the thousands of years, the sand has literally rusted. Nearby here there is an even more ancient "place... More
  • Yellowstone National Park

    by Nikitu | 29th of April, 2014

    Today we go to the US state of Wyoming to visit a National Park famous world wide, Yellowstone. Yellowstone was established as a national park by the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872 and stretches mostly in Wyoming but also... More
  • Bigar waterfall, Romania

    by Nikitu | 23rd of April, 2014

    Last week we visited the arid landscape of Arizona. It is time to move to greener pastures and we go to Romania, in Caras-Severin county, Nera Gorges - Beusnita National Park. We are exactly at the 45th parallel north and we are going to visit Bigar Waterfall, the miracle... More
  • Antelope Canyon, Navajo land, Arizona

    by Nikitu | 15th of April, 2014

    We jump on a plane from China and head straight to the United States of America, more precise, in Arizona, in the heart of the Navajo land where we will visit the world famous Antelope Canyon. Gaze for too long at these rock formations, and you begin to drift off and forget... More
  • Reed Flute Caves - China

    by Nikitu | 8th of April, 2014

    This week we stay in China but move to the Guilin region to visit the Reed Flute Caves, Ludi Yan. The cave got its name from the verdant reeds growing outside it, with which people make flutes. Inside this water-eroded cave is a spectacular world of various stalactites,... More
  • Tianzi Mountains, from China to the movie Avatar

    by Nikitu | 1st of April, 2014

    Tianzi means The Son of Heaven, and reaching the northern part of Wulingyuan Scenic Area you can see why. The mountain peaks shoot to the sky from a sea of mist and greenery and you feel transported straight into the sci-fi movie "Avatar". The highest peak of... More
  • Double milestones

    by Tru9ja | 1st of April, 2014

    Or can I say triple milestones. Yes, three milestones. First, I am celebrating my one year of registering on DT as a contributor. On the 22nd of March 2013, I registered as a contributor on Dreamstime. Since then, I have being uploading to Dreamstime which led to the second... More
  • Travel the world with Dreamstime - Salar de Uyuni

    by Nikitu | 25th of March, 2014

    The world's largest salt flat is located in the Potosí and Oruro departments in southwest Bolivia, near the Andes at an elevation of 3656m above sea level. Let's see a few fun facts about this natural wonder: The Salar is extraordinarily flat, the average altitude... More
  • What's in your title and description of your images?

    by Malinash | 28th of February, 2014

    Here's a little guide to read buyers' minds. You've already read the Bible of Keywording. Now you need to know the importance of the title and the description of your images. We all know that stock photography is related to generic topics. And if... More
  • World AIDS Day

    by Tru9ja | 28th of November, 2013

    HIV/AIDS is one of the leading killers of adults worldwide. The virus weakens the immune system and ultimately leads to death. HIV transmission can occur in three ways: (i) sexual intercourse; (ii) exposure to infected blood; or (iii) mother to child transmission through... More
  • GOING EXCLUSIVE TURNS MAGICAL

    by Tru9ja | 17th of November, 2013

    I just got exclusive with Dreamstime after a long mind battle whether it is logical and wise to do so. After much research in the Dreamstime’s blog site and looking at some of the advice on the blog pages, I decided to go EXCLUSIVE. My very first sale after going exclusive... More
  • DESTINATION NIGERIA

    by Tru9ja | 6th of November, 2013

    Nigeria, known as "the Giant of Africa", is the most populous country in Africa and the seventh most populous country in the world. There are over 500 ethnic groups in Nigeria. Edo State is an inland state in western Nigeria. It is distinguished as one of the prominent... More
  • Haunting and haunted locations for photography

    by Tangie | 30th of October, 2013

    We're getting closer to that spooky night of the year when they say the dead walk the earth and all sort of supernatural, spine-chilling phenomena occur. Most of you will probably grab their cameras. Experienced photostockers will always try to shoot the best of the worst... More
  • How to start in stock photography

    by Dudau | 23rd of October, 2013

    If you're passionate about photography, you probably spend a lot on photo equipment and a return of that investment will come in handy. Or you may simply want to earn some extra money out of your hobby and don't really know how to do this. Stock photography may be the answer... More
  • Your friends' mobiles carry your next referral sale!

    by Achilles | 10th of October, 2013

    I'm looking at our Mobile photos category where we've added all images shot with a smartphone - feel free to browse it yourselves: Mobile phone shots It looks like these photos are getting better and better. Processed, pixelred, eyeemed, instagrammed or straight from... More
  • GET TO KNOW THE BIRDS OF TURKEY - 11

    by Hyperbiker | 3rd of October, 2013

    Folks, Back in the field again after a very long break. Below is the information related to a very cute species: Bearded Tit – Panurus biarmicus The Bearded Reedling (Panurus biarmicus) is a small, sexually dimorphic reed-bed passerine bird. It is frequently... More
  • How you can become copyright free - learn the industries secrets

    by Nikitu | 3rd of September, 2013

    How many times did you get a rejection because you forgot to remove a license plate, an iPhone button or a tiny artwork on a wall behind you main subject? When shooting people, the protocol is simple (have a model release printed, make sure it's a good general MR or a Dreamstime... More

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