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  • Flagging insights

    by Tangie | 21st of November, 2008

    Say flag and everyone will jump: where, why, when, how? Ever since we put up the flagging system, people have used it continuously - needless to say there are some tens of thousand of flags at this point. A lot of work for us and a huge piggybank for you. Looks like you... More
  • White balance

    by Moravaldes | 11th of September, 2016

        "the magic hour or blue hour" , it's just a matter of knowing how to properly manipulate the white balance of the camera (wb), with the option (K) kelvin settings in manual mode. in most of the cameras this setting may be graduated from 2500K to 10000k; without... More
  • 200 photos sold

    by Marcociannarel | 12th of July, 2016

        Finally I've reached this goal thanks to this picture: 200 photos sold. I hope to reach soon 500 photos sold: I'll work for it! See Article
  • Village Minge, Lithuania

    by Milllda | 11th of March, 2016

    Minge is old small fisherman's village located in Silute Region on river Minija. Village is part of Nemunas Delta Regional Park and he is unique in Lithuania as the main "road" is river. For this reason it call - Lithuanian Venice. Beautiful place for rest in all times of... More
  • The Greylag Goose

    by Physi28 | 10th of March, 2016

    The Greylag Goose (Anser anser) is the european wild form of our domestic goose. This is an extremely intelligent, social bird which has played an important role in the relation of man and domestic animals. Everybody will remember the wonderful story (hundred per cent true... More
  • Independence Cat

    by Physi28 | 3rd of March, 2016

    During the year 2014 in Catalonia the push for independence began to manifest strongly, fed by the rigid refusal of the government of Mariano Rajoy in Madrid to any negotiation and nurtured by repeated attacks to the catalan language and autonomy, the "Estelades", the independence... More
  • Fishermen in Sardinia

    by Osmar01 | 11th of February, 2016

    When the sea around you can not love it. In Sardinia there are many small harbors. Small boats come sometimes with empty nets. A great sacrifice work.   The boat is reflected in the calm water of the lagoon.   The rain in the distance forcing the fishermen to return.... More
  • Whistler Ski Resort: more about it

    by Leonwang302 | 15th of January, 2016

    I read Leszek Wrona blog“WHISTLER SKI RESORT IN WESTERN CANADA”and thanks for sharing his wonderful pictures. I like Whistler also.it just about 2 hours drive from downtown Vancouver.but totally two different worlds. I took a round way bus leave 6:20am,and back Vancouver... More
  • My Christmas Bestseller

    by Veronikaouskova | 24th of November, 2015

    Since I am quite new in the stock photo business, I am still searching for my ways how to produce commercially desired pictures. The picture I am presenting in this blog is so far my bestseller. It is a collage of simple christmas decorations pictures. Maybe it could serve... More
  • Rural life

    by Gherzak | 12th of May, 2015

    Rural villages, rustic homes, mountain villages, ancient lowland farms have a special charm. It's like they retain the time spent. They are like a living picture of the lives of the generations of yore.   In the buildings, walls, doors, and in every single detail there... More
  • 1500 images online

    by Perstock | 5th of May, 2015

        Time to celebrate! Today I past 1500 images online - an image from Vaxholm, "capital" of Stockholm archipelago. The other image is taken in Gaschurn, Austria where I spend a great week in february - partly financed from DT sales :-) Cheers from Stockholm! More
  • Water fall

    by Coffeehuman | 25th of February, 2015

    A Big water fall in kiriwong Village Nakhon Si Thammarat Thailand.A water spring with a small waterfall.       See Article
  • Photography of Flags

    by Mrallen | 13th of December, 2014

    PHOTOGRAPHY OF FLAGS National and regional flags are subjects that are often photographed and have many uses for designers and stock photo buyers. The trouble with trying to photograph flags as you come across them on your travel's is that you have little or... More
  • First sale!

    by Allisonterrence | 18th of September, 2014

    First of all thank you to dreamstime for all the help and feed back. Other stock photography web sights seem really hard to please and are not consistent with what they want to see in photographs. So my first photo to sell is of the American flag, which makes me realize... More
  • Using collages - is it useful??

    by Amilevin | 13th of August, 2014

    Hi all, Now, as part of improving my photoshop skills I tried something new. I collected more than 10 photos I took on the same night and merged them into one as a collage. I took these photos in New York (actually New Jersey as I was on the other side of the Hudson :... More
  • The Alien landscape of Socotra, Yemen

    by Nikitu | 20th of May, 2014

    Socotra is the largest island of an archipelago with the same name and it sums up about 95% of the landmass of the archipelago. It lies some 240 kilometers (150 mi) east of the Horn of Africa and 380 kilometers (240 mi) south of the Arabian Peninsula. The landscape of remote... More
  • New Collection - Flags and Countries

    by Mrallen | 15th of November, 2013

    Take a look at my new collection: Flags and Countries of the World This great collection contains just over 200 images of international flags and flags with important world landmarks. Go to: https://www.dreamstime.com/flags-of-the-world-colldet21915 Or go via the link... More
  • Medieval Villages Collection

    by Stockfotoart | 4th of November, 2013

    Hi :) I created a new collection. It's all about medieval villages. You may have a look here: Collection Medieval Villages If you like one or more of your works to be added please leave a comment here and a link... More
  • Vintage Victorian photos never shot on real

    by Privatevices | 14th of September, 2013

    One of my greatest pleasures during my childhood was scissors, glue and old magazines ready to be cut. So, I found good solutions: Need a lion for playing? Cut it from a magazine? need some cash? also cut it! That fondness for collages still been along with me since then.... More
  • Stockholm archipelago, my latest collection

    by Perstock | 23rd of April, 2013

    This is an area i really love to spend time in - all year around and in all places. Really inspiring in many ways. Especially when it comes to photography. My description tells some about it: Stockholm archipelago (Swedish: Stockholms skärgård) is the largest archipelago... More

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