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  • The business woman in stock photos:the strong, the smart, the graceful

    by Tangie | 22nd of September, 2017

    Times are changing and so is the woman's place in business. From secretary to CEO, we now see more women at the helm of major companies than ever before and the perception of the woman's role in business has clearly shifted from marginal to central. What about... More
  • Photographer Stimulus Package

    by Ellenboughn | 17th of February, 2009

    If the U.S. economic stimulus legislation works according to plan, there will be demands for images that illustrate enormous expenditures on the country’s infrastructure over the next 18 months and for years to come. In addition to building roads and bridges, the bill... More
  • Industrial Strength

    by Ellenboughn | 9th of July, 2008

    Sixty percent of world trade is comprised of heavy industry and businesses in the engineering sector. Images of oil and gas industries, shipbuilding, power plants, mining, and others such as steel, cement and iron fabrication are required for news and editorial uses especially... More
  • Diving for images in Komodo National Park

    by Jeremykeithbrown | 25th of October, 2017

    [Manta ray (Manta alfredi) with attendant cleaner fish : OMD E-M1ii and M.Zuiko 8mm Fisheye; Nauticam NA-EM1ii and Zen DP-170 @ ISO64, f4, 1/250s]     Mention the Komodo National Park to most people, and they will probably think of Komodo dragons (... More
  • Romanian comfort food (part I - the ingredients)

    by Catarii | 18th of October, 2017

    If I should make a count about Romanians' favorite ingredients or foods I would get to a very simple conclusion: meat (a lot of it, mostly pork), mamaliga (polenta), telemea (a Romanian cheese, a bit similar to feta, but better in taste - sorry... More
  • Trekking story

    by Meduzzu | 16th of October, 2017

    In the previous blog I wrote about things that make us recharge our batteries. So, here is a short story about a trekking escape that I have done recently. The most convenient (time and distance) trails are in the Bucegi Mountains, which are part of the Romanian... More
  • Superstar of the Woods

    by Sangiorzboy | 14th of September, 2017

      I believe we can all agree that the Fly Agaric (Amanita Muscaria) is, by far, the most recognizable mushroom in the world. It is the Poster-boy for trouble, the Icon for poisonous mushrooms. However, not many people know that it's widely consumed throughout the northern... More
  • Four Steps to Taking Great Photos of Stars and the Milky Way

    by GWHughes | 12th of September, 2017

    There are some great opportunities, and challenges, in photographing the night sky. This is especially true if you want to include the Milky Way as in this photo below. Here are four steps to make it easier for you. 1. Plan the location. You are looking for the darkest... More
  • Romanian Traditional Rugs

    by Andreistancu | 24th of August, 2017

    The rug is a thick wool cloth with multicolored designs. It is designed for decorating and thermoinsulation of the rooms. In Romania space, carpet tissue is one of the main branches of folk art.   In the old days, the carpets were woven manually on loom, from the wool... More
  • IRONMAN France 2017

    by Southmind | 26th of July, 2017

    This weekend, I made a small photo report on the IRONMAN 2017 (NICE, France, French Riviera) Athletes begin with a beach start and embark on a two-loop, 3,8 km swim in the Mediterranean Sea.    The 180 km bike course follows much of the original Nice... More
  • My first sale - Man of Sorrow!

    by Vapour84 | 23rd of July, 2017

    So after around 220 photos and 2 months of waiting I have my first sale and I am delighted. Thank you to the buyer, whoever you are! Man of Sorrow  See Article
  • Dolphin show

    by Fjarabica | 10th of July, 2017

    I recently visited the German city of Nuremberg. This city was totally destroyed during the Second World War. Its hystoric cast is already renovated floods budoivy have maintained their height and shape. There is a lot of sightseeing in norimberg and one day is not enough... More
  • Don't miss those shots

    by Patrick57 | 4th of July, 2017

    Since starting to load images onto Dreamstime last year I have learned a lot from knowing almost nothing about taking a good photo. Taking pictures in RAW, don't over edit (easy to do), always check images enlarged 100%, get used to using manual settings&... More
  • Berlin's​ most respected art form

    by Guernica | 25th of June, 2017

    Graffiti is a respected art form in Germany I was able to capture some really amazing graffiti art while also been to the East Side Gallery while I was there but didn't get the chance to visit the wall museum Here are some.of the art work I captured there: Face Time Mural,... More
  • 10 things that Canada gave to the world

    by Nikitu | 21st of June, 2017

    In anticipation of this very special Canada Day, the country’s 150th birthday, why not celebrate by learning about 10 great things Canada gave to the world? 1. Basketball          James Naismith, who was born in Almonte, Ontario, Canada, was working at... More
  • Navigate to view

    by Romanotino | 9th of June, 2017

    Hi everyone. This morning, during a manifestation of the Italian Navy to which the head of state participated there was a strong wind. A military man carrying the Italian flag was hit by a wind gushing over his face, the unfortunate resided walking with a part of the flag... More
  • Spooky!

    by Patrick57 | 23rd of May, 2017

       I uploaded this image in November and was just reviewing it when I noticed...a man or a skeleton man or ghost on the right hand side. Although the colours have been changed the pattern is the same as the original..very spooky!!! Just shows you have an image for a... More
  • We Are Stars

    by Keremgo | 28th of April, 2017

    Just like the nature; universe inspires, influences and amazes me since I was a little kid. Lately the only thing makes me sad is that it seems not possible to see other worlds, great civilizations in distant planets with our own two eyes. Universe is expanding and galaxies... More
  • My first photo manipulation

    by Pet548 | 27th of April, 2017

    Finally I have my first photo manipulation accepted! It was hard work. After a refusal and detailed review of the picture, I realized that the editors had reason to do so. I watched a lot of videos and read a lot, start my project again and again and finally I succeeded.... More
  • Heart of a Dog

    by Helgardas | 3rd of April, 2017

    Here is a short story of Argos, the dog who could be called the most loyal canine in history. In the pictures I share, you see Kora, the dog we own, and other our pack members. That‘s our family.       Argus is the best example of the loyal friend. In Homer&... More

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