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  • The hunt for mood in photography

    by Lifeontheside | 1st of February, 2013

    Hi everyone, This is my first blog. I have been unable to do one up until now, but I am excited to join the Dreamstime community. I have been a photographer with Dreamstime now since August last year and I am continually inspired by the amazing photography uploaded to this... More
  • The importance of keywording

    by Trottola | 11th of February, 2012

    Microstock agency like Dreamstime are sort of great boxes with thousand of images and illustrations. This give a great opportunity to buyers in terms oh choise. But what happens to contributors? It's very very important to work at keywording your pictures, because it'... More
  • Critics please ! ! !

    by Pawanpullarwar | 9th of December, 2010

    Hi, I recently join dreamstime. After many rejection, and lot of survey on dreamstime, I decided to upload conceptual images. When I start shooting conceptual, I realize it is not easy, one need to think a lot for the conceptual subject. Though I amanged to uploaded uploaded... More
  • Name it... Rename it...

    by Mani33 | 9th of October, 2009

    This time I just want to call your attention about an important issue that many don't give much importance to it! Others might not know about it's importance! It's simply your photo name!!! Yes photo name makes a part of commercialising your photo and makes a part of it'... More
  • The Noun of Photography

    by Camerab | 24th of November, 2007

    I made a photograph. A picture. An image. An archive. A recording. A photo. A still. A snapshot. A landscape. A portrait. A closeup. A frame. A moment. A slide. A negative. A plate. A print. A polaroid. A capture. A grab. A file. Some pix. The process... More
  • The Verb of Photography

    by Camerab | 24th of November, 2007

    I made a photograph. I took it. I captured it. I snapped it. I clicked it. I recorded it. I documented it. I created it. I shot it. I digitized it. I grabbed it. I exposed it. I archived it. I got it. I found it. I discovered it. I composed it. I framed it.... More

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