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  • Ellenboughn
    Key Lessons-Travel Photos III

    by Ellenboughn | 9th of January, 2008

    This is the final article in the series on Top Travel Spots. (Don’t neglect the list of Do’s and Don’ts at the end of this blog). When your location includes great diving spots like the warm waters of the Bay Islands of Honduras, consider shooting underwater. Shooting... More
  • Ellenboughn
    Top Travel Photo Spots-2008

    by Ellenboughn | 19th of December, 2007

    The travel publications are out with their predictions for the top travel destinations for 2008. We searched them for spots that Dreamstime photographers had not yet covered comprehensively. Seven hot destinations for 2008 to visit and create images to fill out the Dreamstime... More
  • Ellenboughn
    The RGB of it all

    by Ellenboughn | 10th of August, 2007

    Or is it the CYMK? (One matters online; the other in print). Do you dream in color? Did people dream in black and white before the invention of black and white film? If so, how did they know what the world looked like in black and white? When are color photos best and when... More
  • Mjs8282
    A new journey

    by Mjs8282 | 11th of September, 2016

    Well I am old enough to know better and young enough to still dream. I have been through a lot in my life seen a lot of dreams crash and burn. I don't have the thousand dollar camera and all the fancy equipment to go along with it, but i do have a lot of love for natural... More
  • Moravaldes
    The Cappadocia

    by Moravaldes | 5th of September, 2016

    Cappadocian region is formed by the cities of Nevşehir, Aksaray, Kırşehir, Niğde and Kayseri. The Capadocia is almost in the center of Turkey, and its exotic landscapes make it a unique place in the world.                 ... More
  • Rezaks
    Modelling in Iran!

    by Rezaks | 2nd of September, 2016

    Iran is a great country with several different cultures and house to numerous historical monuments and architectural masterpieces that can attract far more tourists each year. Regarding Iran potential for tourism and recent Nuclear Deal that has put an end to Iran banking... More
  • Sarahbob
    My Early Morning Walk Around Weymouth Harbour

    by Sarahbob | 27th of August, 2016

    I don’t usually get up early on a Sunday, or any other day if I can help it, but last Sunday was different. I had wanted to go to Weymouth Harbour, to take some photos for a long time. I needed to go before there were too many people about and, when the weather was fine.... More
  • Project007
    Tennis championships

    by Project007 | 2nd of August, 2016

    In order to shoot some pictures photographers have to go thru things that most people never see behind the scenes. This picture was taken at a huge tennis court where many people usually are watching matches at day or night. Tennis is a very famous sport and is always on... More
  • Kheng1987
    My Dreamstime Journey

    by Kheng1987 | 21st of July, 2016

    I have an account with Dreamstime since 2008. It is a long time and I don't have many photos to show for it. I love taking photos. It serves as a record of places I have visited and people I met. So I thought why not sign up and see if I can make some sales from something... More
  • Philipmorch
    Wild and rugged Iceland – part II

    by Philipmorch | 2nd of July, 2016

    ...continued (Part I) The glaciers cover big areas of Iceland. If you look at a map you can easily identify them as big white spots. From the glaciers the ice is pressed downwards forming big and long outlets and due to the global heating these outlets have retreated... More
  • Hstovring
    Blue hour reflections and experiences

    by Hstovring | 26th of June, 2016

    The blue hour occurs twice every day, just before sunrise and after sunset, but despite its regularity it provides almost magical opportunities for photography. Do you lack colors in your photos? Would you appreciate more mystical atmosphere in your frames? And would you... More
  • Dolby1985
    500+ pics milestone after my last weekend trip in Sussex (UK)

    by Dolby1985 | 9th of June, 2016

           Hi Guys, I wanted to share with you a more detailed view of my last trip but unfortunatly DT blog is crashing on my article. It was the first reportage session after I brought my fisheye 15mm. :) I had so much fun with it!             Below... More
  • Viniciusdalapa
    Travel and sell: Is it possible?

    by Viniciusdalapa | 15th of May, 2016

    Hello everybody!! :D Although I don't make a living with photography, I really love take pictures. And also love travelling.   Since I joined dreamstime I didn't make any big trip, and in some months I'll be in Chile, Peru, Bolivia and Argentina, visiting wonderful... More
  • Andreistancu
    Turda Salt Mine - The Coolest Underground Places In The World

    by Andreistancu | 22nd of April, 2016

    It was classified with this title by Business Insider. Turda salt mine is located in Turda County, Transylvania - Romania and it’s a historical mine being first mentioned in year 1075. In 1780 there were five ogival mines in Turda. Salt exploitation in this mine was... More
  • Luisfgil
    Long Weekend in Amsterdam

    by Luisfgil | 18th of April, 2016

      Holiday on Friday or Monday? It is great to spend the long weekend in Amsterdam! Explore by foot its streets and canals, be amazed by the architecture and organization. Go to Noordmarkt on Saturday and buy directly from farmers or check the high streets selling their... More
  • Geomergent
    Entering the Blogosphere

    by Geomergent | 15th of April, 2016

    Yo Dreamers! Here is my first post! I have been on DT for 7 months now. I took a four month break from my computer as I traveled around north India just snapping and living. So here is my first India photo that has been accepted! This was one of those shots, where I... More
  • Physi28
    Andorra: the Principality in the Pyrenees

    by Physi28 | 15th of March, 2016

    Andorra is a tiny country in the middle of the Pyrenees mountains, it has borders with France and Spain and it's landscape is a typical mountainous change of deep valleys and high peaks. This microstate ( having an area of 468 km2 (181 sq mi) and a population of approximately... More
  • Dream111184
    What’s up with Angel Food Cake?

    by Dream111184 | 13th of March, 2016

       My family was invited to my godparent’s house for a picnic dinner. My grandmother had baked an angel food cake with orange frosting. My mom helped my grandmother by carrying the cake down the hill to where they were having the picnic. The cake was in a cake carrier... More
  • Harakternik
    Arbour in the park

    by Harakternik | 27th of February, 2016

    Beautiful autumn park.   See Article
  • Photographycornwall
    There's always something to photograph

    by Photographycornwall | 16th of February, 2016

    I don't know about you, but photography is something that gives me real pleasure. It's nearly always on my mind: planning the next project; scoping out new places to shoot; reading as much as I can about new techniques; appreciating other photographers' work; checking out... More

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