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  • Booked Up

    by Ellenboughn | 16th of December, 2008

    Writing recently about a decrease in vacation time among the world’s travelers for ’09, I have been keeping my eyes out for what the trend watchers think we will be doing in our downtime and what visual opportunities this will offer. I was surprised to learn that reading... More
  • Update Business Images

    by Ellenboughn | 29th of January, 2008

    It’s a fact business images that work seldom ******** from the predictable: business teams, meetings, handshakes, office collaboration and portraits. Within these scenarios you should always try to move ahead by updating wardrobe and props as your images evolve.... More
  • Composition

    by Ellenboughn | 12th of December, 2007

    There are some composition tricks that apply to stock photography specifically. As more and more image use migrates to the web, the old stock photo rule of leaving room for type is becoming less significant. It is becoming replaced with approaches that enhance an image’... More
  • Low exposure

    by Humorousking207 | 9th of February, 2017

    I am recently feeling a little bit frustrated by the extremely low exposure of my photos (Portfolio exposure:0.05%; Database exposure:0.01%). I have 261 photos so far and have been here fore a little more than one year. However, I have only two sales. Luckily, the only two... More
  • A day at Enisala Ruins

    by Axylexu | 7th of February, 2017

    Hi DT, I like to travel so last day i put my self in the car and drove to an Ancient fortress . It's located in Dobrogea (Romania). The fortress' three hexagonal tower are the only of this type found in the whole region of Dobruja. There are several competing theories regarding... More
  • Going back in time

    by Physi28 | 7th of February, 2017

    Life for innocent villagers during the middle-age was tough, roaming bandits, looting troops of neighbouring war-lords and coming under the crossfire of the wars of powerful and land-hungry kingdoms kept people under constant danger of loosing properties and even worse, their... More
  • My lovely pets or cat story

    by Lana4kask | 16th of January, 2017

    My family and I are very fond of animals and now in our house quite harmoniously coexist dog and cat. The cat appeared in our home about a year ago, we took a very small kitten.   And we started to notice sometimes that the cat learned a lot from our adult Shepherd. Early... More
  • Jaisalmer Fort, Rajasthan, India

    by Parinmnparmar | 24th of November, 2016

    Jaisalmer fort is a World Heritage Site situated in Jaisalmer (also known as "Golden City), Rajasthan, India. The name comes from a Rajput Ruler, Rawal Jaisal, who built the fort in 1156 AD. The fort stands on a hill - Trikuta Hill. The beauty of the fort comes from yellow... More
  • Autumn impressions and colors

    by Gibizet | 1st of November, 2016

    Already on November 1, already half of this fall and the leaves beginning to fall, to yellow, funny season.    In addition no mushrooms or else of that I do not know    Well .. It remains that late, autumn is a great season for photography      ... More
  • Autumn Norwegian landscapes

    by Mariuszks | 21st of October, 2016

    Autumn Norwegian landscapes https://www.dreamstime.com/autumn-norwegian-landscapes-rcollection26619-resi8443929       Autumn Norwegian landscapes https://www.dreamstime.com/autumn-norwegian-landscapes-rcollection26619-resi8443929 More
  • A Day in the Life of Photojournalist

    by Belatormedia | 5th of October, 2016

    My first official assignment as a freelance photojournalist (June 26th, 2016) began fairly calmly--on a nice, Sunday morning--simply shooting photos of a rally and counter-protest at the California State Capitol Building, in Sacramento. The sky was clear and there was... More
  • Be creative when choosing background images

    by Sandro11 | 23rd of September, 2016

    A typical request by my clients is to remove backgrounds from images and replace them with stock photos. Usually, the client has an idea of what they’d like that new background to look like. Even so, I like to explore alternate backgrounds because sometimes they have a... More
  • Introducing myself and my first 10 files

    by Ananve | 14th of August, 2016

    Hello everyone! I am a newcomer here. My portfolio has slowly increased and now I have got 10 files online. So I think it is about time I am introducing myself to the community :) My portfolio contains mainly landscapes and wildlife as these are where my interest lies.... More
  • New to photography

    by Jimmygade | 25th of July, 2016

    I am rather new to the world of photography, which has always interested me, only recent i have taken up the challenge to learn to take proper pictures, which i find very hard, but still very interesting work of art, i love taking pictures of everything in nature, animals,... More
  • Night tours on castle Svihov

    by Thorken | 2nd of July, 2016

    Every year at the end of the August we are performing fencing - theater performance "Night tours on castle Svihov". In three weekends we have about 50 repeats and thousands of visitors are enjoying the castle in uncommon way.    The play changes every year and is based... More
  • "White Snake" - Kunqu Opera

    by Mengtianhan | 25th of April, 2016

    Legend of the White Snake is one of the most famous tales spreading out amongfolks in ancient China. There is a very famous traditional Chinese story that has a close connection to theDragon Boat Festival. Thus, it can be seen that The Legend of White Serpent has been... More
  • 200 images!

    by 2700art | 15th of April, 2016

    >  The last batch I got accepted marked my 200 images milestone. Despite this great achievement I feel a little disappointed that I have only 35 sales. Is this a good amount? Should I be happy with how things are rolling along? I feel that I have a pretty strong database... More
  • Horses and foals outdoors

    by Lana4kask | 15th of April, 2016

    Taking a walk in the woods with my true friend - Shepherd, we often see grazing horses. My first photos were taken on a smartphone camera, which was handy for quick shooting.     Later I began always take for a walk my working camera. And also pieces of sugar for animals,... More
  • Yellow Mountain: 7 additional formats in one day

    by Apers | 13th of March, 2016

    End 2014 I made a challenging trip to Yellow Mountain: bus, cable car, and a climb. The area is really spectacular, with the fog hanging between the peak-shaped mountains. I had taken my Nikon D800 and 16-35mm wide angle lens (quite a load). The pictures capture the atmosphere... More
  • Birds of the Peruvian amazon rainforest

    by Physi28 | 13th of March, 2016

    Yesterday's sale was this amazing White-chinned Jacamar (Galbula tombacea) of the deep Peruvian rainforest where I have been lucky to shoot in two occasions during the last years. Conditions are tough as even during the "dry" season rain showers may be expected at any time... More

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