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  • India Now

    by Ellenboughn | 22nd of April, 2008

    Often photos of India show the poorer side of life. It is true that photojournalism has done much to alleviate the state of the poor by exposing their plight to the world. Too often though we fail to photograph evidences of positive economic growth and modernization of ancient... More
  • Started to upload editorials also

    by Coralreefart | 12th of June, 2017

      Sometime we capture moment or emotion. This is best way to share it.     See Article
  • The Big Fat Indian wedding!!!

    by Fatema7864 | 3rd of June, 2017

    As they are rightly called, Indian weddings are a riot of fun and colours. It is a 4-5 days long event covering different rituals like Haldi, Mehendi, Sangeet, Puja and the final Wedding ceremony. With so many events it is a lot of fun as well as pressure for the photographer... More
  • Photographing in central India in the autumn

    by Olegmalyshev | 16th of May, 2017

    Hello dear friends! During the first trip to India Vrndavana and the Sacred Hill Govardhana took many pictures of the local life! Incredible traffic flow and people on the streets, pilgrims on holy places and food on the street-all this is a new experience and pleasant memories... More
  • Happening street is a warehouse of stock photos

    by Mangalika | 3rd of March, 2017

    Recently I have developed a keen interest on streets. As I roam around with my fuji mirror-less and the good old 500D, the streets give me immense pleasure to shoot all the people, events happening around them, food and culture. Some beginners might feel very much shy to... More
  • Latest assignment contest

    by Shahmeiraj198139 | 1st of March, 2017

    This month five images of mine have approved by DT to compete in this month's contest. Please vote for these below shown images to encourage me. Thanks in advance           More
  • My visit to Dona Paula (Panaji, Goa, India) on a Stormy Eve

    by Parinmnparmar | 7th of February, 2017

    Dona Paula is one of most frequently visited tourist destinations in Panaji, Goa, India. The sea stretch along Dona Paula is very beautiful and scenic. Coconut trees in multiple rows give the typical feeling of "Konkan" coast...     There is a rock attraction... More
  • Promenade Beach, Pondicherry, India...

    by Parinmnparmar | 27th of January, 2017

    Promenade beach, also known as Pondicherry beach, is one of favorite places among residents and tourists in Pondicherry, India. As the name suggests, it is more than 1 km long stretch of beachfront along the Bay of Bengal. At the beach, the sun rises above the sea; colorful... More
  • Thanks Dreamstime for approval of being exclusive

    by Shahmeiraj198139 | 11th of January, 2017

    Now it looks really that on Dreamstime, dreams come true, as I have been approved for exclusivity member. There are lots of benefits as being exclusive member, you may read it here, how you get approved bonus, enhanced percentage and lot more. I am requesting every body... More
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • New achievement - 500 photos online

    by B8900456194 | 11th of November, 2016

    I reached the 500 online photos and I am attaching a few exclusive online images.                   More
  • Aazhimala - A beautiful Rocky Beach

    by Anoopkumar4466 | 16th of October, 2016

    The beach of Azhimala is located about 20 km away (half an hour drive) from Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram), the capital city of Kerala, India. The place is near to Kovalam beach, which is one of the famous tourist places in Kerala. Vizhinjam , where the new port is coming... More
  • India

    by Lanthish | 16th of October, 2016

      India have several states which has been divided by languages, this is something deeply says about how a He/She facing issue to survive in the other state where they works without knowing the local langues, he or she facing many difficulties to communicate in the office... More
  • Golden Temple

    by Pranshth | 16th of October, 2016

    The Harmandir Sahib (or Hari Mandir) in Amritsar, Punjab, is the holiest shrine in Sikhism. Previously (and still more commonly) known as the Golden Temple, it was officially renamed Harmandir Sahib in March 2005. I must recommend , visitor should pay their homage to golden... More
  • Valley of Flowers National Park, Uttarakhand, India

    by Parinmnparmar | 15th of October, 2016

    Valley of Flowers National Park, Uttarakhand, India, is a part of Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve. The valley is situated across valley of Bhyundar Ganga, within transition zone between Zanskar and Great Himalayan ranges. Reaching here requires trekking of 3.5 km from Ghangaria,... More
  • Happy Vijayadasami/Dussehra

    by Singhlens | 14th of October, 2016

    Vijayadasami also known as Dussehra ia an important Hindu festival celebrated in a variety of ways in India and Nepal. Dasa-hara is a form of Dasanan ravan. The day marks the victory of Durga over the demon Mahishasura and Ram killing Ravana.       More
  • 400 online...few steps closer to next milestone!

    by Mangalika | 12th of April, 2016

    Happy to see the 400th image online in my portfolio and gearing up to touch next milestone of 500 as soon as possible! Many thanks to the entire Dreamstime community and fellow photographers for being so happening here! Your images and interesting stories inspire a lot of... More
  • Qutub Minar in Delhi, Tallest Minaret in India

    by Singhlens | 19th of March, 2016

    Qutub Minar in Delhi, Tallest Minaret in India.   See Article

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