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  • Chinese week

    by Tomas24 | 24th of June, 2010

    Long time I didn't write nothing here. No time? Maybe, this words is always good excuse, but this time honestly its true. Any way, because work in the kitchen (pro one) takes 90% of my time, once a month I decided to do World Cuisine week, to build my food portfolio, so as... More
  • That is my situation.

    by Joezachs | 19th of June, 2010

    How does it feel like to be a poor man standing in a corner where once in a way some one throws in a coin in your cup. That is my situation. Imagine me sitting in a shop with just six photographs hanging on the wall for the last two months (2 months and two days... More
  • Cooking & shooting!

    by Vanillla | 26th of May, 2010

    Just because I’m ashamed that didn’t post anything here I’ll mark: * Lately I’m trying to be a good housewife, student, wife and working mother, wich is not so easy, believe me, especially when I want to have my own time for my own things. So I found the right... More
  • Mountaineering and Alpinism

    by Cristalloid | 13th of May, 2010

    Walking and climbing in the mountains of the Alps is pure joy for my soul... if you like you can share these intense feelings with me... just have a look to the Mountaineering and Alpinism collection I just created... Have a good days! More
  • Finding inspiration

    by Treasurehunter22 | 6th of May, 2010

    A few days ago, someone asked about where to get inspiration. To me, there are a lot of places. I've been a DT buyer for 4 years...I haven't bought a lot -- about 120 images, mostly of which are used in a medical-type newsletter. I've used these 2 recently: Now that... More
  • Has DT Ever Given You a EUI

    by Conceptualcreations | 25th of April, 2010

    We are all guilty, kicking back with a few beers, wine, or whiskey, and some of us have been fortunate and slid by. However, for those who weren't so lucky have seen the flashing green swirls on their monitor, stopping the editing process, and asking them to step away from... More
  • Seeing through the camera

    by Eternalfour | 21st of March, 2010

    Taking pictures not only involve looking and shooting. When we are experiencing a certain place space or object, not only our vision is stimulated; all our senses are; so when the photo is taken one may think that a great photo has been shot, but in reality it may be a... More
  • My first sale on Dreamstime!

    by Lauraadamache | 6th of March, 2010

    Hello everybody!! I'm new on Dreamstime and I have only 17 photos uploaded until now. Last week one of my photos was downloaded and I wish to thank you for that!! I love cooking and taking pictures of my food so most of my pictures are about food. I hope you will visit my... More
  • Reached 3 milestones and reworked an old image

    by Wildmac | 17th of February, 2010

    Hi Everyone! :) I'm feeling in a celebratory mood today and thought I would share my good mood with you. I've reached three milestones. The first is reaching my first $100 earnings, I actually passed it a couple of days ago. The second milestone was having my first level... More
  • Facebook Page for Kenney Studios

    by Kenneystudios | 27th of January, 2010

    Hey everyone, I have created a Facebook page today (finally!) where everyone can now follow my latest uploads, sales, portfolio examples, and now my personal thoughts and experiences in photography! Please feel free to add this page, follow it, post comments, and even create... More
  • Adventures in Food Photography - The Art of Oatmeal

    by Telecast | 8th of January, 2010

    One of my favorite photography blogs, www.strobist.blogspot.com, featured an article on food photography this past summer. I had always imagined food photography to be a simple process. However, the steps described in the article revealed an elaborate and complex art form.... More
  • Craftsmanship

    by Whit722 | 11th of November, 2009

    My brother is pretty handy when it comes to computers, networking, and stuff of that nature. However, when he sets foot into my workshop, I feel that it's necessary to count his fingers on the way out, just to make sure he hasn't left anything behind. When he comes to visit,... More
  • From Northern Ireland

    by Rzs | 6th of November, 2009

    Hi people, I was working as a health-care assistant in Belfast in this October and I have to admit that this town and the whole Northern Ireland is beautiful. There are lots of sights and, of course, amazing nature. I'd like to mention the Mourne Mountains.... More
  • What Designers Are Looking for in Stock Photography

    by Torchdesigns | 27th of October, 2009

    What are Graphic Designers and Creative Directors looking for, when it comes to the images they select? That is the ultimate question for anyone who creates stock photography, isn't it. Being a graphic designer and a creative director for almost a decade now has given... More
  • Reassessing my creativity

    by Danienel | 16th of October, 2009

    I have gone without analysing my photography and style for months on end, then just to return with massive amounts of self-conscious analysis of my influence, my style and then my way forward. Then to find myself getting drowned by a flood of assignments, where the creative... More
  • Intresting Customers and Pictures

    by Alberm | 21st of September, 2009

    It's very interesting that some pictures like this not even have a view in the statistic I wonder how this happens. Is it just keywords tagging or are the DT Customer more interested in other pictures? More
  • Stock image ranking game suggestion

    by Goodcontent | 6th of September, 2009

    Hi I am suggesting that there be one option the player could check when playing the game. It would be for illustrations on or off, then we could compare apples to apples (photographs to photographs) only, rather then apples to oranges (photographs to illustrations)... More
  • 2000 Games - Lessons

    by Mani33 | 8th of July, 2009

    Hi everybody, I just finished playing 2000 games, 2nd ranking at the moment, but the issue is not about a competition but what we learn from DT's mini school! I'm an illustrator not a photographer (Unfortunately!) but I also had lessons that I would like to share with... More
  • Masuria - did You vote for Worlds Seven Wonders of Nature?

    by Rangpl | 2nd of July, 2009

    About 5 days left so if You have own candidates You better hurry. I did already my selection, also added article about that short process. You can see there what was my favourite 7. But my first 3 was Masuria Lakeland - Poland, Cappadocia - Turkey and Bialowieza Forest... More
  • Solar Cooking

    by Psalm113v9 | 1st of July, 2009

    We just bought two solar ovens, and we love then. In one good really sunny day we can cook enough meals for our family of 10 for three days and them we make three gallons of tea as well. So now we only cook every third day if the weather is SUNNY. This got me to thinking... More

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