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  • Global Warming

    by Ellenboughn | 11th of April, 2007

    April 22 is Earth Day. The tipping point has been reached. Politicians and corporations have joined the rest of us in sharing concern for what human activity is doing to the earth. As a consequence there is an increasing demand for images that illustrate these major issues.... More
  • Moving forward

    by Radiso2000 | 11th of July, 2017

    Attended an agricultural show in Botswana and as i was having my camera with me i took a few images which i later uploaded on dreamstime and were all approved. Since joining dreamstime my love for photography has been growing and i feel i'm becoming better and better with... More
  • A beautiful gem of a lake

    by Bradshawj567 | 5th of July, 2017

             I would love to introduce to all of you wonderful Dreamstime compadres a beautiful hidden gem here in East Texas, my stomping grounds. Lake Nacogdoches. It isn't very large, it isn't on the travel agents radar. It just sits quietly, a cobalt... More
  • Andean trails: South Bolivia

    by Bluchiavari | 29th of December, 2016

    Just back from the most beautiful photographic travel I ever did, from Chile to Peru, I want to share with you some of the magic landscapes of Bolivia.       The Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve is situated in the southwestern region of this country, near... More
  • Golden look of paddy fields

    by Shahmeiraj198139 | 24th of December, 2016

    Have you ever seen the Golden fields of paddy when it is ready to ripe, then they cut, collect and thresh the paddy. Beautiful look.           See Article
  • Tips For Getting Your 'National Geographic' Shot

    by Rachaelmurphey | 31st of October, 2016

         Getting that perfect shot can be difficult. There are a number of different variables that come into play that can make or break whether that shot is National Geographic worthy, such as lighting, motion, gear, and even the camera case. These tips are designed... More
  • WOW what a sale

    by Anorton | 24th of August, 2016

    Like many of you, I regularly check my sales. On most occasions I read with pleasure a sale of one of my food images such as,   for $0.25, which gives me a sense of pride. Imagine my surprise and joy when I looked at my sales to see a sale of $3.75 for one of my images... More
  • Competition entry

    by Anorton | 22nd of March, 2016

    In 2015 I entered a competition for the British Ordnance Survey to provide an image for one of their new maps of the British Isles. When I first submitted my entry I checked regularly to see if there were any signs of my entry progressing, but after two months I gave up.... More
  • 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
  • Getting the most out of a photo shoot

    by Jweston | 7th of March, 2016

    Hi DT'ers I, like many others have recently been making a significant effort to improve my downloads. There doesn't seem to be an one size fits all answer, but effort in does equal reward out, as with most things in life that are worth doing. A friend and I often plan... More
  • Getting ready for spring

    by Info70962 | 5th of March, 2016

    As the buds on the trees come out here in BC which is unreal having just recently moved from Quebec where the snow is still falling the animals come out and become more active. I set out to capture the amazing hummingbirds.         I have gone from shooting... More
  • Scientific celebrities don't sell

    by Physi28 | 3rd of March, 2016

    Cuba has an enormous amount of very interesting bird species to offer, among them quite a number of endemics. Maybe the highest celebrity among them is the Zapata Wren. For various reasons: it is rare, even nowadays, difficult to see (I can tell you!!) and it is not only... More
  • Something about hummingbirds

    by Info70962 | 15th of February, 2016

      I saw a blog post recently about hummingbirds and wanted to share a little insight onto the work that goes on behind capturing these kinds of images. Its now nighttime, the only part of the day I can seem to get away from the camera, edit photographs and go over my... More
  • The super-sellers

    by Physi28 | 10th of February, 2016

    If you ask me I can only say that among all bird species, Hummingbirds are the best sellers by far. It may be because to begin with, they are most of them beautiful elegant creatures with an amazing style of flight (but this can't be seen on a pic, isn't it?) and among the... More
  • With a mobile phone?

    by Physi28 | 8th of February, 2016

    2014 was not a year I would remember as to be called a good one much as in all the difficult situations we can find a positive learning process as it happened to our friend Bart Dierickx. You may read his recent post. A serious health problem (for the time being I am ok)... More
  • The tiniest and endemic too!

    by Physi28 | 3rd of February, 2016

    In 2014 I had the opportunity to visit again the Island of Cuba which is a very attractive destination for wildlife photographers. Besides of the beautiful beaches, excellent rum and friendly cubans the island boasts with quite a number of endemic birds. Among all of the... More
  • Flowers - this unfathomable variety of shapes and colors

    by Kvintet | 7th of December, 2015

    Red and yellow, blue and white, purple, green, bright, pale, beautiful, pretty, colorful, elegant, charming, soft, gentle, delicate, fluffy, dense, smooth and spiny, tall, large and small, classic, vintage, falling, diamond, wire - that's not all.        &... More
  • Running Out of Time

    by Laroach | 2nd of November, 2015

      Had a nice sale today for this photo - "Running Out of Time". This has been one of my best-selling images, created in 2007 as an assignment photo, illustrating climate change/global warming. I find it rather prophetic that the last year I chose to include in the running... More
  • I made my first sale!!

    by Boweriam | 23rd of September, 2015

       It's been about 5 months since I first decided to give this whole photo thing a try. AND, in fact and I got my first sale today! It's $2.00 but hey, it's a start. I'm excited to upload more photos and see if I can get even more activity! I only have 30 photos... More
  • Hummingbirds in my yard

    by Lyoung403b | 5th of September, 2015

    I love watching the birds out in the wild and decided yesterday, to make a huge go of it. So, I bought ample bird seed, finch food and sunflower food for the many birds that come in neighbor's yard. Hoping that I can attract as many birds as possible, I bought eight feeders... More

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