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  • Gimme a _______________

    by Ellenboughn | 6th of December, 2007

    Today I launch my first annual ‘Gimme’ column with suggestions for holiday gift giving. This is the spot for fun camera things and photo themed gifts to give and receive that won’t break the bank. There are several cameras that fall into the “I am a cheap but clever... More
  • How to choose the best DSLR camera?

    by Leandropellizzoni | 27th of April, 2017

    The development of electronic technologies and information technology has decisively affected the world of photography. The film reels were replaced by memory cards and batteries. DSLR cameras have become popular in the market and are accessible to various types of photographers.... More
  • Working at getting the hang of it

    by Callearlisa | 27th of April, 2017

    Hi my name is Lisa, I am a mother of 5 and a Grandmother of 5.I happily married to the love of my life. I have always loved to take photos of my family at all special events and my children has always hid from the camera. So I started taking photos of my surroundings. In... More
  • Camera changes

    by TheSlowWalkers | 18th of February, 2017

    Since joining Dreamstime, I've submitted photographs taken with various cameras, starting with a good old point and shoot, followed by a bridge camera and now, with a recently bought DSLR. It's a natural progression but I feel it's still, more about the subject of your photo... More
  • Using a smaller camera, and using it often.

    by Doubleclick7 | 28th of September, 2016

    It’s been over a year since my last blog post, so I guess it’s time. I’ve continued to take my camera most everywhere I go - a small, quality point and shoot fits nicely in my purse. (I use the Panasonic DMC-LX3.) Shopping? Snap a photo. Traveling? Catch that scenery!... More
  • My new camera for future diver

    by Josecb81 | 24th of August, 2016

    After much thought and find useful for everyday use without professional which I believe not to last long, and is known to be more who wants who can and in this case I would say it was more a whim than anything you cosa.Seguramente I will give use because I like taking pictures... More
  • Adding photos along my 3D illustrations

    by Raducomes | 9th of July, 2016

    Hello, As i`m getting closer and closer to my three year anniversary in the stock photo business, I have decided to purchase a camera and start adding some photographs along with my 3D illustrations. As for my 3D rendering, I use an Intel 5820k processor and I have... More
  • Capturing the Sunset

    by Melodyanne | 4th of May, 2016

    Great sunset photos must of course start with a great sunset. Here are a few simple tips to achieve your own great sunset photos. Keep an eye to the West. . . great sunsets often come, and go, very quickly. Use a tripod. . . you will need a fairly slow shutter speed... More
  • Newbie

    by Rahmancipta2001 | 2nd of May, 2016

    Hiii i'm Newbie in Dreamstime, i'm from Indonesia and i just draw simple.. maybe i need help from of you in dreamstime.   this is my first picture in Dreamstime thank you! See Article
  • Keep it handy

    by Melodyanne | 11th of April, 2016

    Your camera will take no photos while it is stored in its bag! Having your camera at an easy to reach spot is an important key to making the most of quickly passing photo opportunities. It is also wise to make sure the card is in and the battery at least somewhat charged.... More
  • Criss-cross

    by Fjarabica | 14th of March, 2016

    I can not say that I have great pictures but wherever we roam'll take the camera. Whether it's a holiday or close surroundings in these wanderings are trying to take some photos that fill my free time and became passionate about my hobbies. I fill my portfolio photos around... More
  • To manage your camera

    by Thammarsten | 9th of March, 2016

    To manage your camera and equipment is a must when you do not have time, and must be quick, as my model Vincent who usually get tired after about five minutes of shooting. In my home studio are all ready for use, so i can take pictures of a few minutes, umbrella, backround... More
  • Think twice before you upgrade your camera body!

    by Jdanne | 20th of February, 2016

    After using my lovely D700 Nikon for more than 5 years I decided to buy the new D810 body. What I didn't consider was the rest of my digital infrastructure. My computer is even older than my retired D700. In terms of our quick changing modern world: Close to stone age... More
  • Basic camera equipment for a small indoor event shoot assignment.

    by Unteroffizier | 16th of January, 2016

    If you ever wondered if you need to have plenty of high end camera gears for a small to moderate indoor event function (e.g a solemnization or small wedding) then I will like to share some in the list according to my past working experiences. (1)The camera body. A full... More
  • Lightweight, Compact Travel Photography Kit

    by Jfreestacy | 31st of December, 2015

    While researching cameras and tripods for a new lightweight, compact photography kit that I could take with me while bike touring I was pleasantly surprised at the reasonable cost of a couple excellent quality items. First I needed to replace an old Canon Rebel that started... More
  • Happy New Year 2016!

    by Mihocphoto | 31st of December, 2015

    Within few hours the new year is coming to an end. The party can begin. Were we foodies, we would think of the good food that we will serve tonight. Were we movie fans, we would think of all the new movies to be released in the new year. But we are photographers, so food... More
  • Newer camera but more noise

    by Gmargittai | 6th of October, 2015

    I recently upgraded my venerable Panasonic GH1 m43 camera with a newer one, the GH3 which was on sale. There is a GH4 out and also a GX8 and G7 but there are only small improvements in the field of stills. So I went for the GH3 which is supposedly a more professional camera... More
  • It's better to invest in camera bodies or lenses?

    by Andreamangoni | 22nd of August, 2015

    Especially among younger photographers I seem to see a buying spree of megapixels: trying the camera with the most megapixels, and it is believed that they alone can guarantee to get good photos.   Otherwise there is a search for the latest model, the camera straight... More
  • My First Sale-A Photo Taken with Smartphone

    by Aliakbar777 | 19th of August, 2015

    I use my Phone to take the Photos I Upload here.All the Images in my Portfolio so far was taken with a Smartphone,[Lumia 730]as i don't have a Camera yet :). Among those,one of the Images was Sold,and the Total Revenue started showing a figure other than $0.00 :p.   ... More
  • Why you should choose a mirrorless for your microstock activity?

    by Andreamangoni | 11th of August, 2015

    As many people, I have been skeptical of the mirrorless camera, but now I had to think again on this issue. But because today those who work in microstock photography should buy a mirrorless?     Many photographers have told me that the best camera is the one... More

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