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  • Make the Invisible Visible

    by Ellenboughn | 6th of May, 2008

    Short of shooting roofs flying off buildings and trees ripped from the ground in a hurricane, how can you photograph wind? And why would you? As wind increases to hurricane force, the wise take shelter and let the guys in the working TV and press shoot the storm. (They presumably... More
  • Hurricanes and Hope

    by Nolamissesyou | 3rd of October, 2017

        I grew up in Florida and lived most of my adult life in New Orleans. That means that my life can be measured in hurricanes. Growing up, we never had to evacuate. Since we were in Palm Beach, we hosted about twenty family members for Hurricane Andrew.   ... More
  • EXOTIC FLOWERS PEER COMPETITION! -EXOTIC FLOWERS FOR DESIGNERS TO SEE

    by Project007 | 27th of July, 2017

    YOU NOTICE THAT IT IS REALLY DIFFICULT TO GET FLOWERS ACCEPTED ON DREAMSTIME? Do you notice it is even more of a challenge to get them sold? I challenge all the photographers on here to send the most exotic flowers you have on your portfolio right now that have not... More
  • From the Caribbean to the rest of the World

    by Granderiviere | 30th of June, 2017

    When you come from a tiny island in the Caribbean Sea you spend a great deal of time looking outwards to the rest the world and particularly to the places that you hear most about. My portfolio is a reflection of that. I love Tuscany, in Italy and I love the amazement of... More
  • Photos

    by Loggerhead19 | 27th of June, 2017

    Orange & Yellow flowers at St. Augustine, FL[/link]All of the pictures that I have uploaded to this point are ones that I have taken over the last 12 years between Ohio, North Carolina, and Florida. Most have been taken with my Olympus and Fuji camera and some recent ones... More
  • 10 things that Canada gave to the world

    by Nikitu | 21st of June, 2017

    In anticipation of this very special Canada Day, the country’s 150th birthday, why not celebrate by learning about 10 great things Canada gave to the world? 1. Basketball          James Naismith, who was born in Almonte, Ontario, Canada, was working at... More
  • Congratulations to Everyone in the Assignment

    by Mgphotostock | 20th of June, 2017

    Hello everybody, I was discovered the assignment section a few days ago. And then I noticed the assignments in Contributors Area. Wow, what is this? A many nice photos is in here. My favorite photos :                 I congrats to who on... More
  • Candid Portraits

    by Jp582chi | 12th of June, 2017

    Portraits, as we all know, come in a variety of forms, there are posed, formal, individual, environmental, etc. I need not dwell on the endless types here or their characteristics. Each one certainly has its merits and benefits depending on the goal of the photographer.... More
  • Composition with a candle light lighting

    by Suyothamiy | 12th of June, 2017

    Well ..It was a rainy night and i was studying on my table.Suddenly power cut off.I got a candle and light up it to get off the darkness.Actually the power cut was irritable and i was sitting doing exactly nothing in the candle light.Suddenly the DSLR on my table caught in... More
  • Edmonton - Canadian city

    by Rstelmach | 8th of June, 2017

    Edmonton is a city where tourists often begin or end their journey on the Canadian Rocki Mountains. It is a vast city, though with a very small number of inhabitants. Many urban parks are located here, and after recreational greens on the banks of the Saskatchewan River,... More
  • Jasper - Canadian Rocky Mountains

    by Rstelmach | 7th of June, 2017

    In the Rocky Mountains of Canada, Jasper is the second largest town in the Canadian Rocky Mountains after Banff. Jasper is equally picturesque and has no less interesting places to rest in nature and is a less crowded place. Places that are interesting in terms of photography... More
  • Banff - Canadian Rocky Mountains

    by Rstelmach | 6th of June, 2017

    Banff is a tourist spot in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. It is a favorite resting place for both Canadian tourists and tourists from all over the world. The Rocky Mountains are incredibly picturesque, so for those who like to photograph landscapes they are an incredibly... More
  • Attacked by monkey on Kelimutu

    by Thorken | 4th of June, 2017

    Kelimutu is active volcano with three colorful lakes on island Flores near by village Moni (Indonesia). If you want to see them in the best light you have to leave at 4 a.m. We rented a motorbike so we were not depended on other people. By the parking lot there is a small... More
  • Vancouver - Canadian city

    by Rstelmach | 2nd of June, 2017

    Vancouver is a city in western Canada in the province of British Columbia. It lies at the mouth of the Fraser River to the Pacific Ocean. Vancouver has evolved as a city of many other small wharves and whalebreads and lacrosse settlements on the west coast of Canada. Port... More
  • What I look for when Selecting Images Featuring People

    by Dwhaley8 | 11th of May, 2017

        As a marketer working with a staffing agency, photos of people are of course pretty necessary. One wants to convey a sense of promise to potential temp workers and a sense of organization and expertise to potential customers in-need of temp workers. And since... More
  • Canada 150

    by Leswrona | 5th of April, 2017

      Every year Canada celebrates the anniversary of the July 1, 1867 enactment of the Constitution Act, then called the British North America Act. July 1 is the national day of Canada called Canada Day and referred to as "Canada's birthday". This year 2017, Canada celebrates... More
  • Top places to see and experience in Quebec and Ontario (Canada) 🇨🇦

    by Msteckiw | 27th of March, 2017

    A photographic journey through Eastern Canada. From historic streets of French speaking province of Quebec and its metropolitan Montreal to diversity of Ontario and charm of Lake Ontario and Niagara Falls: Iconic landmarks, symbols of Canadian democracy and wealth, unexplored... More
  • Transparency Film

    by Trinijacobs | 21st of February, 2017

    I am a great fan of transparency films even today. I was shooting images in transparency film even after I acquired a dslr camera. The images are so vibrant and brilliant. Then came a time these film were scarce and the processing houses were shut down one by one. Though... More
  • Trailer Travels

    by Lesterphotography | 11th of February, 2017

    A recent trip to the So. Rim, Grand Canyon during a snow storm created some challenging photographic conditions so I thought I would share as it might be helpful to less experienced shooters as I once was. It was cold, snowing and wind driven conditions, making it less... More
  • The rage of fire

    by Plagesse | 17th of December, 2016

      Every year, during the sugar cane harvest in Mauritius, the fields are burnt before the canes are cut. The fire is really powerful and the burnt straw flies around in the smoky atmosphere. See Article

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