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  • Randarda Lake, Rajkot, India - A Bird Watcher's Paradise

    by Parinmnparmar | 19th of December, 2016

    Randarda Lake is a more-than-100-year-old lake located in outskirts of Rajkot, Gujarat, India. It is a popular picnic spot for residents of Rajkot and equally popular among photographers and bird watchers.    The lake is home to more than 150 species of different... More
  • What’s up with Dogs?

    by Dream111184 | 18th of December, 2016

    Years ago my parents and I were camping at Temperance River State Park along the north shore of Lake Superior. Dad and I went for a walk down to the shore to check out the lake from our campsite. The trail went through the woods and down a slight grade. There was a turn in... More
  • History of Dresden

    by Fjarabica | 18th of December, 2016

    Dresden is the capital city and after Leipzig the second-largest city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. It is situated in a valley on the River Elbe, near the border with the Czech Republic.   Dresden has a long history as the capital and royal residence for... More
  • Nature

    by Malik5 | 17th of December, 2016

    Nature, my environment. I live in Gora region, municipality of Dragash, Republic of Kosovo.                                          More
  • Gorani bride

    by Malik5 | 17th of December, 2016

    Certainly one of the most beautiful traditional costumes in the Balkans.   Throughout the centuries is itself changed to the most radical changes experienced last thirty years, especially in terms of materials and decorations, and with the preservation of the very substantial... More
  • 3000 sold

    by Huating | 17th of December, 2016

    I have just reached my first 3000 images sold through Dreamstime today! thank you DT! this is the 3000 sold:   See Article
  • Zebras fighting

    by Plagesse | 17th of December, 2016

      I was in Pilanesberg Nature reserve for some wildlife photos when I came accros a herd of very angry zebras ! With my 500 mm lens I was lucky to catch some great pictures. See Article
  • Tractor under heavy rain

    by Plagesse | 14th of December, 2016

      I think a photo must have a certain atmosphere to create emotions. When I saw this tractor working under heavy rain I could note resist the picture. It works well in Black and white. See Article
  • King Penguins of the Falkland Islands

    by Jeremyrichards | 14th of December, 2016

        Of the five species of penguin to be found on the Falkland Islands, my favourite is the beautiful King Penguin.     The main colony is at Volunteer Point on East Falkland, about 2-3 hours drive from the capital, Stanley. The colony is in good health... More
  • Taking Photos of Your Food in a Restaurant

    by Shootalot | 14th of December, 2016

    Many of us have dined at a good restaurant and have wondered-should I take a photo of my meal? Obviously the result will not be as nice is having pro lighting equipment, tripod and a professional camera system. However there are solutions to this problem. Generally speaking... More
  • Magical evening clouds in our village

    by Habibnawaz | 13th of December, 2016

    I'm not very good at sunset/sunrise photography. Like most of the DT members here I'm still learning. I was in my village for the weekend and saw the formation and colors of clouds. I never saw such a beautiful and magical sunset live before. I quickly grabbed my camera and... More
  • Christmas cards

    by Lana4kask | 13th of December, 2016

    Happy time of Christmas holidays coming very soon.   The kindest and magical holiday for children and adults from around the world. More and more decorated Christmas trees appears in the streets and squares in every town.   It’s time to prepare gifts and sending... More
  • Jaisamand Lake, Rajasthan, India

    by Parinmnparmar | 12th of December, 2016

    Jaisamand Lake, also known as Dhebar Lake, is second largest artificial lake in India, spread over an area of 87 sq km. The most interesting fact is that this magnificent lake was created back in 17th century, when a marble dam was built across the Gomati River by Rana... More
  • Getting there with the lighting

    by Jeremykeithbrown | 12th of December, 2016

    So, these guys are my local models who are more often than not hanging out under the jetty at buddy dive. Around 1630hrs on calm sunny days, and it is rainy season at the moment so sun and calm water are a little rare, the light is perfect for shooting them with a little... More
  • Christmas Illustrations

    by Shaereemukherjee | 11th of December, 2016

    Hello everyone, Here are the illustrations I made for Christmas..       Cute baby animals in winter clothes wishing you Merry Christmas       Here's Santa bringing gifts for all of you..       A Gingerbread House...   A... More
  • What’s up with Two Thousand Year Old Trees?

    by Dream111184 | 11th of December, 2016

    I heard a story about a guy who hired a drag line operator to dig out a pond on his property. The operator was digging for about three hours and was down about twenty five feet into the earth when he hit something big. He kept on digging and removed the dirt from the side... More
  • The Contributor's Guide to Understanding the SEO of Stock Images

    by Smokinggun7 | 9th of December, 2016

      (This featured image was the first result for "SEO" on Dreamstime.) This is not a leaked document, nor a methodical dissection of any general or specific stock library algorithm out there, full of equations and statistics or anything mathematical. Instead this is... More
  • 3 myths about photographing modern abstract architecture

    by Cebas1 | 9th of December, 2016

    Modern abstract architecture is one of my photographic passions. Being an amateur photographer I am not perfect at it. But I would like to share 3 myths which I noticed prevent photo enthusiasts from shooting this exciting theme. You have to live in or visit big metropolis.... More
  • 11 Ways to Get Started Creating Concept Pieces

    by Smokinggun7 | 8th of December, 2016

      (This is the #1 result for "big fish in a small pond." But it's a shark. How could you benefit from creating concepts?) Can I let you in on a dirty little secret? A lot of designers out there don't want to admit it, but, well... There are a lot of us who have... More
  • 10 Power-Packed Insights to Capture a Hero on Camera or Digital Canvas

    by Smokinggun7 | 8th of December, 2016

      BAM! Oof! Snikt! Pow! Heroes are ingrained deeply into our culture. From ancient Greece to Gotham City, heroes help us tell our story of what it means to be human through their powerful symbols, epic plot lines, Herculean feats, and mysterious superpowers. Not to... More

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