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  • Best Acceptance Ratio

    by Lungjaky | 26th of June, 2017

    I have now 64% acceptance ratio. To improve your acceptance ratio you need to look carefuly to the file which you are going to upload. Need good concept to make the buyer impress. To get buyer to your images make sure you are working professional. Everyone is looking... More
  • My thanks

    by Olgabugrovskaya | 26th of June, 2017

    I want to Express my appreciation and gratitude to all who voted for my photo in the last contest!   Thank you all!  And looking forward to the next contest!   See Article
  • The One & Only Thing A Good Photographer Must Remember

    by Penpossessed | 26th of June, 2017

    I wouldn't say that I'm a professional photographer (yet). I'm still an amateur working their way up towards being a professional, because it's what I love to do. There is one vital tip, however, that I can impart upon everyone. It doesn't matter whether you are an amateur,... More
  • Greek gods sculpture (1)

    by Jameshexin | 25th of June, 2017

    Greek gods sculpture is a large area, I saw is one part of it, as an Oriental, things from the western world is mysterious and unknowable, especially the gods in the ancient Greek legend, in the hands of the sculptor rendered image is not the same. I must admit, I like... More
  • First sale and a surprise!!... :)

    by Patilustra | 25th of June, 2017

    Sometimes good surprises reach us when we less expect and my first time sales was one of those times! I didn't got any notification of Dreamstime and I was a bit away of it since I was a bit overloaded with my regular Book Cover design job... when I open my Dreamstime... More
  • Summer

    by Patrick57 | 24th of June, 2017

    As we have just gone into summer I wondered what you think of when you think of summer. As for myself I think of the corn turning gold in the fields and the fruit ripening on the bushes. In this part of the world we also have the samphire season which is a salty edible marsh... More
  • Yellow dandelion flower

    by Dliapiara | 24th of June, 2017

      A dandelion flower in the garden. These yellow flowers are very much in the area where I live - straight whole fields, and to photograph them simply is not possible. It's very beautiful to watch them during sunset. See Article
  • The story behind my latest sell

    by Bwagner656 | 23rd of June, 2017

    Almost exactly 3 years after I've taken this photo, someone bought it:   I remember the day well, I was with my friends, juts walking, talking, no shopping, no destiny, no hurry. Just catching up, enjoying the unique view, the perfect weather. I still can feel the breeze... More
  • The world is changing - Assingment Save the Earth

    by Axylexu | 21st of June, 2017

    Hello , As a little child I remember how the world was a mystery. I was born after the revolution in Romania in 1989. I do not know how it was 28 years ago in the world but where I was born things were not very pink, everything was in a shade of gray. In time, the world... More
  • Nuts, almonds and metaphor...

    by Sharkiboy73 | 21st of June, 2017

    Hey guys, What's up? I've been exploring and trying more subjects and ideas, and this time I have decided to go with walnuts and almonds, and also with a metaphor for the common expression: "Nuts and Bolts". That was fun and I really hope it will trigger some action,... More
  • National Camera Day! (And Every First in Photography)

    by Muhlisgursoy | 21st of June, 2017

    Do you know about National Camera Day in every 29th June? Hi everyone! I’m Muhlis again. Do you know about (National) Camera Day is coming on this 29th June?      Every First in Photography First Camera and First Photo The first photo is taken... More
  • 1 view and 1 download

    by Henrymm | 21st of June, 2017

    I didn't expect that. Just 1 view and 1 download. What I thought is this image won't be downloaded as it was just viewed once. Anyway thank you to the buyer.   See Article
  • 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 Muhlisgursoy | 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
  • 5 Reasons Why Children Are Magical

    by Penpossessed | 19th of June, 2017

    Children, to me, are one of the most magical things in this world. I'd say that as a mother of one, with another on the way, my view might be biased. But I've long loved being in the company of children, and not only my own. Anytime I'm feeling exasperated,... More
  • Beauty and the beast - a story about waves

    by Malinash | 19th of June, 2017

    When oceans want to show off, they make some waves. Literally. Waves are the arches that the sea is forming after a storm, splashing onto the shore in a great white foam. They are surfer's best companion, and they are also the nature's fury. We've selected... More
  • Rotterdam Central Station: post-processing

    by Apers | 18th of June, 2017

    The Dutch Railways realises that railway stations form an important part of the center of cities. I guess that is one of the reasons that the architecture of the railway stations is regarded as extremely important. Rotterdam Central Station is no exception. It was officially... More
  • Frozen time in Cuba

    by Wing88 | 17th of June, 2017

    If you like vintage cars, Cuba is the right place to go! Old, tired, but still colorful, even shining, just like the people there with limited material resource but optimistic spirits. I did enjoy my trip there!                     ... More
  • Butterfly museum

    by Callearlisa | 17th of June, 2017

    Just returned from my trip to Pompano, Florida. My husband and I decided to stop at the butterfly World that was located at Coconut creek, Florida.   While there I did get a couple good shots I would like to share. I will share a few other shots after I get all my... More
  • Shi-ku garden in China (1)

    by Jameshexin | 17th of June, 2017

    The shi-ku Garden in China is known as "the first ancient cultural relic of China" by the Chinese modern celebrities -- Kang youwei. The shi-ku in the shi-ku mountains of baoji where its were unearthed. East of yin-xiang river, the south depends on jifeng mountain --Qinling... More

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