I am very happy to see that Dreamstime has started accepting videos. However, I am not happy that I have to buy a Mac to upload them. OK, that's an overstatement, but I found that in order to upload my videos, which I am sure are Emmy worthy, that I need to get a version...
As practice shows, there is no final version of a stock photo. Some of the images in my portfolio can be found in 3, 5 or even more variations. To begin with, I personally think that images isolated on white (or any other solid color) are not considered to be as a final product....
Just finished writing the last blog post in a set about converting my garage into a photo studio. You can read the post at my blog twcdm.blogspot.com
Here is part of that blog post:
"Well, if you are wondering what I have been up to lately I have been working...
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...
Im so confused. Not really - just one thing.
Do I upload large, medium and small versions of the same image or does Dreamstime do this themselves based on the one large image I upload?
If its up to me, where do I find info on standard sizes? So far Im just going by...
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