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  • Ellenboughn
    Naycation

    by Ellenboughn | 9th of December, 2008

    Just as I was getting ready to reveal the top travel destinations for 2009 for those enterprising photographers planning shoots for the coming year, a new word popped up in a travel story to replace last year's "staycation": naycation (no vacation) may be this year's most... More
  • Ellenboughn
    Staycation

    by Ellenboughn | 3rd of June, 2008

    The hot buzzword in travel is ‘staycation’ meaning a vacation that takes place by staying in the neighborhood or city where one lives. The word and the concept seem to pepper every other article that I read and are also popping up in ads for travel destinations close... More
  • Ellenboughn
    Top Travel Photo Spots-Part II

    by Ellenboughn | 3rd of January, 2008

    If we use the Top Travel Photo Ops destinations in Part I as examples of typical travel destinations, you can learn some specifics about what travel photos will sell. The first step, starting weeks or more in advance, is to do research. What are the best seasons to visit... 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
    Shots That Take Off. Shooting Air Travel

    by Ellenboughn | 6th of April, 2007

    In the next two months I'll be traveling across the US more than once, going to Alaska and to several destinations in Europe. Travel destination images are plentiful but what about images of travel itself?... More
  • Doubleclick7
    Using a smaller camera, and using it often.

    by Doubleclick7 | 28th of September, 2016

    It’s been over a year since my last blog post, so I guess it’s time. I’ve continued to take my camera most everywhere I go - a small, quality point and shoot fits nicely in my purse. (I use the Panasonic DMC-LX3.) Shopping? Snap a photo. Traveling? Catch that scenery!... More
  • Hellen8
    Milestone 3200 images online

    by Hellen8 | 17th of September, 2016

    Hi everyone ! I've just passed a significant milestone : 3200 images online ( 1474 sales) and I would like to share my joy with you all.           I would like to express my thanks to the management DT and a special thank you to all the... More
  • Angelaostafichuk
    Photographing Edmonton: The Muttart Conservatory

    by Angelaostafichuk | 11th of September, 2016

    Canadian winters are famous for being long and cold, really long and cold. So how can you bring a camera out when it's -30? You really can't. I've tried and literally frozen up leaving me with nothing to show. So if you're here in those long dark months, what do you do?... More
  • Moravaldes
    A beautiful and peaceful village

    by Moravaldes | 7th of September, 2016

    despite being visited by tourists from all over the world, this quiet corner of turkey seems to have been paralyzed in time, architecture and culture of the place are preserved as if time had never passed.                 glass... 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
  • Ajlis
    Beautiful mountains

    by Ajlis | 30th of August, 2016

    This summer I was traveling in the mountains. It was very beautiful, incredibly beautiful, indescribably beautiful. Now I have in my portfolio these beautiful pictures from the Caucasian nature summer mountains.         More
  • Angelaostafichuk
    Photographing Edmonton: The Best Places To Go

    by Angelaostafichuk | 24th of August, 2016

    One of the first things that people notice about Edmonton is that it’s a small city, but it’s spread out like butter on a hot piece of toast. If you catch the airport bus in (#747, $5) you’ll see that it takes a few minutes to get into where the city basically starts,... More
  • Afrumgartz
    12 hours for a city - Ekaterinburg

    by Afrumgartz | 17th of August, 2016

        To see what a city really is you need some days but so happened that I had only 12 hours to walk around Ekaterinburg - the capital of South Urals. Though - I had enough time to see something.             You can see both modern and historical buildings... More
  • Angelaostafichuk
    Welcome To My City

    by Angelaostafichuk | 15th of August, 2016

    Whenever I say I’m from Canada, people ask three questions: Am I from Toronto, Vancouver or do I speak French (meaning am I from Quebec). Neither A, B, or C are correct actually and when I say where I’m from, 99.9% (ok, maybe 90%) of people have never heard of it.... More
  • Afrumgartz
    24 hours in Tobolsk Kremlin

    by Afrumgartz | 13th of August, 2016

      In Siberia weather is variable. So in May in 24 hours you can see both sunshine with +20 degrees C and heavy snowfall.     So it happened that on Easter this year I was in Tobolsk and saw such weather change         More
  • Hellen8
    Las Vegas

    by Hellen8 | 13th of August, 2016

    Las Vegas Trip Las Vegas is the largest city in the State of Nevada, USA. "Vegas" is a city of gambling and entertainment. ... and this beautiful and crazy city in the desert, I recently visited. But not as a gambler, but as a tourist. Las Vegas is particularly... More
  • Perla1108
    Over 300 Pictures Online

    by Perla1108 | 8th of August, 2016

    I am so happy that finally I completed over 300 pictures online. My goal for this year is to put more effort in building a bigger portfolio and hopefully in selling a lot more pictures. These are few of my image, as you could see base on my pictures I love doing landscape... More
  • Antonio1962
    Portugal - turistic destination

    by Antonio1962 | 10th of July, 2016

    Portugal becames in few years one of the most visited european countries. Cities like Porto,Lisbon,Aveiro, and the ocean from the north to the hot water of Algarve beach. The traditional food,the wine,the people are one of the most important values. From the... 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
  • Philipmorch
    Wild and rugged Iceland – part I

    by Philipmorch | 2nd of July, 2016

    If you are a football fan (also known as soccer in some parts of the world) there is a good chance that you are following the European Championship 2016. In that case I am quite certain that you have also noticed the impressive results of Iceland. Impressive because... More

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