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  • R.I.P. "Nikki"...

    by 3000ad | 22nd of June, 2010

    >It is my first blog entry here at Dreamstime. It is important. It also isn't mine, rather my son's blog entry about his beloved camera. For the ones kind enough to read it, the link is below: An Obituary: Nikon “Nikki” Coolpix, May 2005-June 2010 For the ones that... More
  • Turn off that start up beep!

    by Irisangel | 14th of June, 2010

    I was video taping a Flag Day Ceremony yesterday. It was a lovely ceremony presented by our Local Elks Club. There was a young lady with a beautiful voice singing Patriotic songs. There was a reading of the History of our flag from a local minister as the original Flags were... More
  • Today is a good day ...

    by Cafebeanzphoto | 12th of June, 2010

    Christmas, birthday, fathers day, fridays, first day of summer vacation all rolled into one !!!! ..... I was just informed by my lovely wife I can pick out the gift of my choice. And what do I choose, not one, but two, lenses from the coveted "L" series from my friends at... More
  • How to determine your camera's ISO tipping point

    by Dmccale | 11th of June, 2010

    Here is another great link for all who are still learning. (Like myself).This one talks about ISO... Mine is 400 also, anything over that is BAD! Hope this helps. All cameras are different. Happy shooting Debbie More
  • Here I Am

    by Abubjsm | 23rd of May, 2010

    I have been wanting to have my own camera ever since during my childhood. But knowing that I am coming from not so rich family of 9 siblings, that idea of owning a camera was just a dream. When I was 15, I managed to accumulate some RM75 out of my pocket money and bought... More
  • Here lies Dave, he didn't know it all, but he sure tried to...

    by Dnavarrojr | 18th of May, 2010

    My parents cursed me when I was young... Whenever I would ask a question they would try to provide the answer. The more they answered, the more I wanted to know and thus began a lifelong obsession with learning. Now, before I get started, let me say this for the benefit... More
  • Spiderholster - New device

    by Cristalloid | 8th of May, 2010

    I just found a new, useful device for carrying arround a big SLR... I will check this, I think it could be useful for travel-, nature- and outdoor-photographers. If there is someone who uses this device already I would like to know if it is as practicable as it seems to... More
  • A photographer without a Camera

    by Dmccale | 23rd of April, 2010

    Hugs Debbie More
  • Credit Card For Your 5D Mark II?

    by Kalebisrael | 22nd of April, 2010

    I am currently using my Canon SX20IS to photograph under par images of all sort. Honestly, the camera itself takes amazing pictures; at least as a point and shoot super zoom camera. However, in the market of professional photography, this camera does not quite cut it.... More
  • 1st Physio

    by Chunshine | 23rd of March, 2010

    Just had my first physio appt and all is good :o) Will be back behind the camera in no time! See Article
  • Deep water and no lifegaurd in site!

    by Dnavarrojr | 21st of March, 2010

    I finally took the plunge and bought a Canon EOS Rebel T2i DSLR. Up to this point I've strictly done 3D renders, but I've been secretly pining for a DSLR and this one was just the right price. I'm a nerd, a geek, a four-eyed technology junkie... so I've been reading every... More
  • 26 gigapixels photo

    by Niek | 19th of March, 2010

    What do You think about a new panorama of Paris? I try to understand haw it was make. What a focus was established - was the same focus on the all objects situated far and nearly? Please instruct me. http://www.26 gigapixels Best regards - bestimagesever More
  • Off Camera Flash for outstanding images!

    by Nansaidh | 9th of March, 2010

    Something I've added to my use with flash is OFC, or off camera flash. I learned about it from a great site called Strobist.com and the idea is very simple and easy to use with outstanding results! It allows me to shoot stright into the sun if I like creating a wonderful... More
  • They Say Pocket Digital Cameras Are No Good For Stock

    by Wisconsinart | 11th of February, 2010

    I've seen a post or two from people saying how difficult it is to get images accepted with low end cameras. Your ability with what you can do may be limited, but the truth is, low-end cameras take excellent pictures. There are a few of you out there where photography is in... More
  • The risk to get stolen the camera - what to do?

    by Lesnivila | 3rd of February, 2010

    Dear members, a lot of dreamstime members have very expensive cameras and the risk, that the e.g. Canon bag with camera will be cutted by someone is also high in some areas. My camera was not very expensive ca. 160 eur / ca. 220 dollars, but I am only using a normal bum... More
  • Photography In Extreme Cold

    by Secmaster | 3rd of February, 2010

    The weather here in St John's Newfoundland In Canada has been very unsettled and cold lately thus I have not had much chance to go climbing or take any pictures either. My question is this weather wise around here the windchills have averaged around minus 25 to minus 30 degrees... More
  • Kodak Vintage Find!

    by Kenneystudios | 2nd of February, 2010

    Feeling the itch to get out of the house, I went downtown to an antique and "stuff" store called Past and Present II. I like to go in here a few times a year because I find very unique props that I can use for my photography. I also keep an eye out for vintage camera equipment... More
  • Photography - work with what you have

    by Nikitu | 29th of January, 2010

    I was watching a make-up artist today telling people how to do the same make-up or even better with what they had at home and not buy ridiculously expensive products just to try and match his work. Sometimes people ask us, editors, if they should buy a better camera, a "... More
  • I DID IT...!!!

    by Ncn18 | 27th of January, 2010

    ...last Friday...I did it.... without thinking about it...I purchased a new cam...Nikon D3.... I`d never thought that is such a big, big step in quality to my Nikon D2x.... I always had the problem with high contrasts, much white in a pic or with ISO up to 200 with... More
  • Photography in the Veins?

    by Russelllinton | 23rd of January, 2010

    I'll try to avoid turning this into one of those ego-stroking bios some professionals go into. You know, those really "deep" "meaningful" pitches about how great an artist they are. Those blurbs peppered with artistic styles, names, favorite painters, their lifelong inspirations... More

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