I love the incredible mix simplicity and complexity of black and white photos. At first glance, it's simply a photo of a man. Then the dark and light come into play along with the shades of gray.
And then I wonder what the man is looking at.
Although I am not new to photography I am new to putting my images online for an attempt to sell them. I have no problem with my images being refused by DT, in fact I've learned a great deal about what DT looks for in an image for it to be a candidate for their stock photo...
I know I would be interested in knowing how and where my images are being used. I thought many of you might also be interested. I have found that if you run a search for:
"Photo courtesy of Dreamstime" (In quotes) you will find quite a few links to pages that have used...
I'm very curious how many photo's people take before they have a keeper?
O.K. Here's the thought. Years ago in the film world an instructor once told me for every keeper you can shoot thirty photos.
Now with programs like photoshop I wonder how many get changed now into...
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