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  • A day out with my camera

    by Jaquiht | 18th of August, 2017

    Tomorrow I am going to my first ever proper photography event. The local birds of prey centre has photography days every now and then, and I am going to one. The reason I am going is because my camera-related behaviour has led my family to view me as a cause for concern.... More
  • What I love about photography

    by Dudau | 18th of August, 2017

    I’ve been involved in photography, in one way or another, most of my adult life. As we’re celebrating World Photography Day on August 19, I took a minute to review our relationship and remember how much joy it brought into my life. I love photography because it brought... More
  • The Impossible Dream?

    by Adeliepenguin | 15th of August, 2017

    Today was a milestone for me—10,000 sales. So, I feel like celebrating and sharing my news. In the early years, I never thought it possible to reach such a milestone. It was my impossible dream. Living a dream is not easy. It takes hard work and perseverance And... More
  • Honesty

    by Eternalfour | 15th of August, 2017

    We move along and take pictures, as amateurs and professionals. Some enjoy the moment, while giving the content within the frame much thought, and others do it as a habit and such has currently become a trend. Acting and believing the act, that's what photo making seems... More
  • Yin and Yang in the single ginkgo leaf

    by Richardwhf | 15th of August, 2017

    Yin and Yang are the famous signal in China culture. Yin means dark,negative,dead,sad...all of the bad things;and Yang means brightness,positive , birth...all of the good things. You could find Yin and Yang in everywhere,as you see,the single ginkgo leaf half yellow and... More
  • Optimism, compromise and crowds

    by Jaquiht | 14th of August, 2017

    A family holiday is not a photography trip, so the sensible thing to do is probably to leave your photo dreams at home with your other valuables, and pack your “great shot blinkers” to avoid feeling irked whilst you’re away. But this year our family trip was to Argentina,... More
  • Bad Schandau

    by Fjarabica | 14th of August, 2017

    Bad Schandau is a small spa town in Germany, in Saxon Switzerland. It lies at the border of the Czech Republic on the River Elbe about 35 km southeast of Dresden. The city falls into the Saxon Switzerland-Eastern Ore Mountains district, whose center is the town of Pirna.... More
  • Blog section guidelines

    by Malinash | 11th of August, 2017

    Dear community, We'd love to read your photo adventures, but before starting, please keep in mind that blogs are for sharing photography experiences meant to help our community with useful tips and tricks. Our blog section is monitored and reviewed by our admins... More
  • Arriving at Dreamstime

    by Jaquiht | 10th of August, 2017

    “You can take moon pictures with it.” Said my friend. That sounded such a cool thing to do. I had never taken a photo of the moon. In fact, I had never even considered the possibility of taking a picture of the moon. For the previous eight years about 90% of the... More
  • Getting Started for New Contributors / Beginner Photographers

    by Muhlisgursoy | 10th of August, 2017

       Getting Started on Photography Everyday, many new contributors sign up on Dreamstime. Number of photographers on Dreamstime reaching to 372.000 with monthly about 2 millions of photographs. Dreamstime becoming the leader of the photo stocks with rising rapidly... More
  • The flowering road to Arizona

    by Humorousking207 | 10th of August, 2017

    We planed a road-trip to see deserts and Saguaros in Tucson, Arizona. To our surprise, there are more than desert and Saguaros in Arizona during springtime. Nature presents many flowers to us in Sonoran Desert. The road to Arizona is full of flowers. Palo Verde, The state... More
  • Under the sun of China old town

    by Richardwhf | 10th of August, 2017

    It was a sunny afternoon in winter season. There was not little wind and the river and the pool were very peaceful.I rode to anywhere without any purple. Then turn a big Corner, there was a group of black building without any modern style.I knew it was Xincheng Old Town.... More
  • Life with a dog

    by Rickygoshen | 10th of August, 2017

         You have to shoot a lot of pictures to get a good one especially when your model is a dog.      He is not particularly interested in the story but in the embrace and the attention.      She also holds him tight when he is forced to look at... More
  • Waterfalls and the world beyond them

    by Malinash | 10th of August, 2017

    Or the perks of being a photographer. You get to travel and discover the world and come back with stunning views of places that for starters, us, human beings, can only frame them in our houses. But how do you get to stand out with an amazing waterfall capture? Q&As with... More
  • 4 Ways to Use Visual Micro Content in Ecommerce

    by Katairobi | 9th of August, 2017

      Micro content, this phrase that has been around so much in the past few years but nobody seems to be able to put the finger on what it actually means. Let’s give it a try too. This type of content was firstly used in a UX context, in order to describe a longer piece... More
  • The quiet old town in China

    by Richardwhf | 8th of August, 2017

    If you have been in Zhejiang Province, you'll be told there being many old towns in the different area. Jiaxing City is in the middle of the Shanghai City and Hangzhou City. Many people known this city because of Xitang old town. But there being another old town in the... More
  • Experiencing Chinese food

    by Saletomic | 8th of August, 2017

    For a foreigner coming to China, adjusting to Chinese food can represent a challenge. In my first visit I couldn't accept and enjoy it so much, due to a great difference to western cuisine. At my second visit, I feel in LOVE with healthy and natural Chinese food.... More
  • Traveling in China with a fixed-lens camera

    by Grisho | 8th of August, 2017

    My sister started studying in China in 2012 and I had the opportunity to visit her multiple times during her stay there. I always stayed for about a month each time so I can experience closely the culture, people and what interested me most as a photographer - life on the... More
  • Reflections

    by Bwagner656 | 8th of August, 2017

    Do you like reflections? The autumn colors reflected on the surface of a lake? The old church showing its grotesque form on the glas walls? Serene and peacefull or intirguing, reflections can give that ultimate plus to a photo. Here are some examples These colors of... More
  • Writing a Hot Article on Dreamstime (and the Second part!)

    by Muhlisgursoy | 7th of August, 2017

      Hello everyone! I wrote an article Writing a Hot Article ar Dreamstime several weeks ago where I give 8 tips and the last trick, and the article has been read for about 800! Thanks for everybody who read my article. I get the second part after experiencing more... More

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