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  • Build Your Brand

    by Ellenboughn | 25th of November, 2008

    Dreamstime success depends on many factors beyond an exciting and diverse portfolio. Building a reputation for a particular style or special subject niche creates a ‘brand’. As designers become familiar with your work, they will seek out your images by searching first... More
  • Secrets of Microstock SuperStars

    by Ellenboughn | 5th of November, 2008

    While in New York City last week for PhotoPlus Expo and the PACA (Picture Archive Council of America) International Conference, I attended a panel comprised of ‘Microstock SuperStars” moderated by PDN’s Daryl Lang. I heard some words of wisdom from the panel members... More
  • India Now

    by Ellenboughn | 22nd of April, 2008

    Often photos of India show the poorer side of life. It is true that photojournalism has done much to alleviate the state of the poor by exposing their plight to the world. Too often though we fail to photograph evidences of positive economic growth and modernization of ancient... More
  • Very Crafty

    by Ellenboughn | 18th of March, 2008

    The mention of a craft project no longer has to bring to mind clunky macrame window hangings or the dreaded and ugly scarf so lovingly knit by grandma. A change has come to the world of craft and with it, photo opportunities. As Rob Walker wrote in the NY Times last December,... More
  • Alice in summer

    by Tangie | 25th of July, 2007

    The wings, the swing, the rabbits and the images, all seemed wonderful and magical to little Alice. She would spend days floating, swinging, watching photos and laughing. She made a resolution: never to leave ********nd. Besides, there were too many secret corridors in **... More
  • First days in Photoland

    by Tangie | 12th of July, 2007

    Equipped with fairly good knowledge of words, strong sense of humour, gripping onto reality, sometimes wandering through alternatives, chattering all the time, a habit she still can’t get rid of, Alice stumbled upon photography with genuine and untrained eyes. Never wanting... More
  • Alice in Photoland

    by Tangie | 7th of July, 2007

    I have recently discovered a new playground. Roaming through life, I have fallen in a magic rabbit's hole. Instead of falling right to the bottom, curiously enough I started floating swiftly. Then the images came pouring around me. I reached and took one. Then another one... More
  • Erin Go Bragh!

    by Ellenboughn | 22nd of February, 2007

    Erin Go Bragh translates to "Ireland Forever" and in the US where everyone claims to be Irish on St. Patrick's Day, it is often heard.
    In parts of the world, March 17th is all about beer. Specifically,... More
  • EXCAVATOR-PHOTOGRAPHY

    by Gnicolson | 25th of August, 2016

  • Introducing myself and my first 10 files

    by Ananve | 14th of August, 2016

    Hello everyone! I am a newcomer here. My portfolio has slowly increased and now I have got 10 files online. So I think it is about time I am introducing myself to the community :) My portfolio contains mainly landscapes and wildlife as these are where my interest lies.... More
  • 24 hours in Tobolsk Kremlin

    by Afrumgartz | 13th of August, 2016

      In Siberia weather is variable. So in May in 24 hours you can see both sunshine with +20 degrees C and heavy snowfall.     So it happened that on Easter this year I was in Tobolsk and saw such weather change         More
  • Over 300 Pictures Online

    by Perla1108 | 8th of August, 2016

    I am so happy that finally I completed over 300 pictures online. My goal for this year is to put more effort in building a bigger portfolio and hopefully in selling a lot more pictures. These are few of my image, as you could see base on my pictures I love doing landscape... More
  • Another Milestone : 500 Images - Crossed

    by Shariqkhan | 6th of August, 2016

    One more Milestone of 500 Images Crossed with 168 Sales. Waiting to Cross the milestone of 200 Sales. I hope that it will be achieved soon. My uploaded images are from different sections 1. Wildlife     2. Historic Architecture     3. Flora(Plants and Tress)... More
  • A 1000 images milestone and two editors' choices!

    by Teolazarev | 2nd of August, 2016

    Hey there everybody! As of today I am a proud owner of 1000+ portfolio on Dreamstime! It's been two painful months to sort out all of my travel images, dig up pet photography and organize new shoots, but the longer I do it the more fun it gets. Today was also my first... More
  • Bryce Canyon

    by Pettys | 25th of July, 2016

    Hoodoos and forest mixed together. There is no other place like Bryce Canyon. Hoodoos can be found on every continent, but here is the largest collection of hoodoos in the world! All Descriptions fail. Cave without a roof? Forest of stone? Photographs do not do it justice.... More
  • New to photography

    by Jimmygade | 25th of July, 2016

    I am rather new to the world of photography, which has always interested me, only recent i have taken up the challenge to learn to take proper pictures, which i find very hard, but still very interesting work of art, i love taking pictures of everything in nature, animals,... More
  • St. Helena Island National Park Australia

    by Victordiola | 22nd of July, 2016

    As the school holidays started the third here in Australia, my family and I visited one of the historic places here in Queensland. The place is the St Helena National Park in Brisbane. St Helena Island is a heritage-listed island in Queensland in Australia. Originally... More
  • personal goal reached during a chaotic year

    by Inyrdreams | 21st of July, 2016

    Just a few minutes ago, I reached my personal goal of 1000 SALES here on dreamstime. It was not that long ago I struggled to get 50 images accepted, and then like the proverbial watched pot, waited and watched and watched and waited for the sales to come in. I have learned... More
  • What's up with Landing Nets?

    by Dream111184 | 17th of July, 2016

      On a warm, sunny, calm morning in 1948, my mom, her Uncle Reuben, Aunt Olga, and her cousin’s wife JoAnne, were staying at a cabin on Fish Trap Lake in Minnesota. They were at the cabin for two weeks and it would be non-stop fishing. In fact they fished so much that... More
  • Wild and rugged Iceland – part II

    by Philipmorch | 2nd of July, 2016

    ...continued (Part I) The glaciers cover big areas of Iceland. If you look at a map you can easily identify them as big white spots. From the glaciers the ice is pressed downwards forming big and long outlets and due to the global heating these outlets have retreated... More

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