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  • Are you a blogger?

    by Litifeta | 24th of August, 2008

    I have had so much fun over the years with a stack of blogs I have maintained. Some were purely for fun, and some created a bit of income. Check out my latest blog BY CLICKING HERE One blog I had was called "The Australian Times" and it was a news satire site. I had... More
  • Removing Tourists

    by Charlesoutcalt | 19th of August, 2008

    Have you ever waited patiently in front of a landmark, maybe a fountain or cathedral, hoping that there would be a magic moment when there was no one in the frame--no dogs, no kids, no tourists taking their own pictures? I've spent many such moments, not always patiently.... More
  • Photoshop Video Tutorial - Adding a Reflection

    by Yanc | 19th of August, 2008

    Hi Guys! This Photoshop™ video tutorial is all about adding a reflection to an object or person that is on a white background. The effect we’re after is to make it look like they’re on a shiny surface. This reflection effect can be done also on a black or any uniformed... More
  • Photoshop Video Tutorial - Changing Eye Color

    by Yanc | 19th of August, 2008

    I got this request from viewers after seeing PART 1 of my Portrait Makeover Series. There are many ways of changing eye color but this is one I like to use since it’s quick and easy. You can check it out HERE. Yanik More
  • Black and White - photoshop (CS3) cheatsheet

    by Soukupl | 16th of August, 2008

    Have you ever converted any image to black&white? If yes, do you remember how many different ways and settings are there? Photoshop itself has several ways (filters) how to make b&w images and each filter has many presets... Wouldn't it be great, if you can have quick preview... More
  • Stock or personal photos?

    by Bradcalkins | 15th of August, 2008

    As I've started to get some sales, I've started analyzing my downloads to make sure I focus (at least as far as uploading) on what I'm selling, to some degree. What I've found surprised me: my sales are evenly split between photos I take specifically for stock, and those... More
  • High Dynamic Range - HDR

    by Litifeta | 14th of August, 2008

    You have probably heard it called HDR, whereas the purists calls it HDRI – High Dynamic Range Imaging. Dynamic range refers to a range of values between dark and light greater than that which is possible in normal digital imaging. The technique is the capture of a series... More
  • Hospital Shots

    by Rebeccaosborn | 14th of August, 2008

    I'm a nurse so decided to take my camera in with me to work and get a few shots.... might as well make the most of the environments that you have access to on a daily basis to build your portfolio! See Article
  • The secret to upsizing photographs

    by Litifeta | 13th of August, 2008

    Please note that it is unacceptable to upsize photos you submit to Dreamstime. This information is for your personal use. Perhaps you need to upsize a photo to let’s say: 48mb. The simplest and easiest way to upsize is to read my blog and get the Photoshop plug-in... More
  • feedback

    by Dmccale | 8th of August, 2008

    Hello I only have 36 photos here.I would love for some of you great photographers to give me positive or negative feedback on my portfolio so I may get better. Thanks in advance mccale See Article
  • They couldn't print it if it weren't true.

    by Dcwcreations | 6th of August, 2008

    When only the local town printer had any means of putting words in formal print it may have been true that if it was printed it must have been true. The reputation of the printer or paper was at stake. Today anybody that can push a key on a keyboard can wright whatever... More
  • They Are So Cute!

    by Zqfotography | 4th of August, 2008

    Take a short rest between my research work. Come to dt to browse some refreshing pics. I searched cute girl in the database and find these cute girls! Really great work and nice model~ Here are some of my favs :) Hope you like them too. More
  • A few photoshop and photography tips for newbies and beginners

    by Titania1980 | 3rd of August, 2008

    Hi! This is my first article! sorry for my English, I'm non English speaker! well I'd like to share some of the I've learned those years about photography and photoshop. Hope you find it useful! Isolation: The best method is to use the pen tool. You can find a lot of... More
  • Another successful web project

    by Leisadc | 29th of July, 2008

    Images are so important in the design of a site. I easily refer my clients to Dreamstime and simply tell them to pick out the photos they like. They send me the photo numbers. Customers like feeling like they are a part of the creative process in the looks of their site.... More
  • Enhancing your photos with the Soft Light Layer - Video Tutorial

    by Yanc | 28th of July, 2008

    Hi Guys! Here's my latest video tutorial in Photoshop. This time I'll show you how to use the "Soft Light" layer mode as a quick and easy alternative from using our traditional Levels or Curves adjustments. I hope you'll find it useful. CLICK HERE to view it. Yanik More
  • Latest Pictures Approved.

    by Sstedman | 21st of July, 2008

    My latest photos were approved. Here they are. I had fun shooting these. See Article
  • It's time to begin with my photos

    by Danielmk2 | 3rd of July, 2008

    It's been a few months since I bought the Canon 400D camera. Now I have the lenses that I need, it's time to begin with my photos. I've stepped into the manual lenses, they're surprising me, through these lenses I find that I can see more beautiful things. Old lenses... More
  • Things I Am Trying To Improve Upon

    by Noonie | 2nd of July, 2008

    I have been here almost a year now, I didn't get much on for the first few months but things have been going well lately. My family and friends have let me photograph them and I've also done a lot of other things. I have read the message boards constantly and learned from... More
  • Create Perfect Black and White Images

    by Delmiaco | 29th of June, 2008

    Here is a technique I picked up along the way to convert color photos to eye catching black and white photos. Using Adobe Photoshop, go to the Image Menu > Mode > Grayscale You'll notice the photo may be dull and there is not enough contrast. To adjust this go... More
  • Edit file .ico with photoshop

    by Ligio | 24th of June, 2008

    I found an interesting post on editing file .ico with photoshop. There is a free plugin that gives you this ability. So you can give to your webmaster the favicon.ico for his website! Read here for more info and download: http://www.telegraphics.com.au/svn/icoformat/... More

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