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  • First World War Centenary

    by Astormfr | 8th of November, 2013

    In France the ceremonies have started yesterday to commemorate the First World War Centenary. There will be lots of events all over the country but mainly in the famous WW1 sites as in the French military cemetery of Notre Dame de Lorette in North of France.... More
  • Drabble: Death in the Afternoon

    by Secretnarrative | 6th of November, 2013

    ‘I’ve downloaded the recipe, shall we?’ ‘Why not?’ ‘Hmm. “Pour one jigger into a champagne glass; add iced champagne until it has opalescent milkiness. Drink three to five of these slowly.” Shall we do as Hemingway says?’ ‘Yes. We should use saucer... More
  • waiting waiting for my pictures to be online........

    by Didaso | 4th of November, 2013

    hi everyone, im new in Dreamstime, i was very happy when they accept and put online the first photo i sent, and was more happy when i saw the first viewer :) all of you are happy with sells , and me with viewers cose as new member . soon, i will check too the sells only... More
  • I very admire Kerri Walsh.

    by Maocheng | 1st of November, 2013

    I very admire Kerri Walsh. not only because she has won three Olympic gold medals, looks pretty and slim, but also because of her enthusiastic to fans. After each race, although she was very tired, but she still seriously signed autographs. More
  • Chaos in Washington DC

    by Indy2320 | 18th of October, 2013

    By now most people have probably heard about all the chaos occurring in the Washington area in the last few months.With the shootings at the Washington Navy Yard,a woman being killed by police near the nation's Capitol building and the government shutdown, the DC area has... More
  • Icelanditis

    by Ddkg | 19th of September, 2013

    I spent seven days in Iceland this summer, and I think I've caught Icelanditis. This syndrome occurs when you get obsessed with the country and after some research, I have found that it is a frequent occurrence with visitors to that far away land. Symptoms include such... More
  • St Ives in Cornwall - the BEST of England

    by Wiscan | 18th of September, 2013

    Just got back from a weeks holiday in St Ives (Cornwall England) - stunning and the beauty there helped me get 15 pictures into my portfolio. Thanks St ives - must go back. If you get a chance to visit England its the perfect balance of sandy beaches, rugged cliff walks,... More
  • 500 images goal after Iceland trip!

    by Baldas1950 | 4th of September, 2013

    I'm glad I reached the goal of 500 uploaded images, utilising the last fifty pictures taken this summer during a trip to Iceland. For those, like me, does not have the courage to face the exploration of the interior of this magnificent volcanic island with a jeep and... More
  • Easily upload your photos to multiple microstock sites

    by Huislaw | 28th of August, 2013

    Before I start my post, here are some sweet cupcakes for everyone: Do you sell photos on many microstock agencies? If yes, GO to download GO Stock Developed by MyMicrostock & GO Software, it will help to automate repetitive tasks and save time.... More
  • Hunting manta rays on Manta Dropp-off

    by Thorken | 19th of August, 2013

    Briefing for the dive was the most precise I've ever experienced. And that was why. All it would enough was the slightest mistak and a diver was pulled down by a strong current in the sea depths. On the dive we went just two divers with three guides. The aim was "Manta Dropp-... More
  • A Beautiful Stone Wall

    by Habibnawaz | 18th of August, 2013

    A beautiful and bright stone wall - perfect background for book cover, CD cover, website and print usage. See Article
  • Shark (as) on the plate

    by Thorken | 13th of August, 2013

    I stayed at surface longer than others. My guide solved some technical problem on the equipment, so I didn´t dive headlong with the group, but I waited for him. Then we descended slowly along the coral reef and in that I saw him ... Wobbegong shark was lying at a depth... More
  • Hunting sharks

    by Thorken | 9th of August, 2013

    On the ship we operationally changed the diving location. On the originally planned seemed to be little fish while the nearby locality had plenty of them. Then, when I looked from the bottom of sea toward the surface, thru the fish was barely see the sky. And the change of... More
  • A trick to photograph birds

    by Fallostupido | 2nd of August, 2013

    This picture was taken in a zoo. the bird was in an aquarium and to photograph I used a polarizing filter that prevents the reflection of the glass. See Article
  • My Krakow

    by Kamell | 30th of July, 2013

    I live in Krakow a very old town. Its old part was the UNESCO. Here was long the capital of the Polish. Krakow is known as the city of Kings. Here is the very many places to photograph. I am most fond of Kraków by night. Now a bit of the history of the city Krakow... More
  • Summer fun

    by Bradcalkins | 23rd of July, 2013

    Recently I picked up a used telephoto zoom for my Olympus OM-D. The zoom is designed for the older four thirds dSLR mounts, and as a result doesn't really work very well for Autofocus (until someone releases a micro four thirds phase detect AF sensor). However, the OM-D... More
  • GET TO KNOW THE BIRDS OF TURKEY - 7

    by Hyperbiker | 5th of July, 2013

    Hi friends, This week, we’ll look into a very common, but pretty bird from all around Turkey. Pied (white wagtail) – Motacilla alba The White Wagtail (Motacilla alba) is a small passerine bird in the wagtail family Motacillidae, which also includes the pipits... More
  • GET TO KNOW THE BIRDS OF TURKEY - 6

    by Hyperbiker | 25th of June, 2013

    Hi friends, We will meet a very talented hunter this week, an enemy of the grasshoppers: Rüppel’s warbler – Sylvia rueppelli The Rüppell's Warbler (Sylvia rueppelli) is a typical warbler of the genus Sylvia. It breeds in Greece, Turkey and neighbouring islands.... More
  • Is this you???

    by Daddiomanottawa | 17th of June, 2013

    Each workday morning I have a ritual. Arrive at work, turn on my computer and let it boot-up. Being the ever-so-efficient fellow that I am, I prepare a morning cup of java during this wait time. Once booted, I check my personal email, my work email, my facebook and of... More
  • Noise Reduction Tools: A Review

    by Robinstockphotos | 10th of June, 2013

    As a photographer, you always get to encounter situations that are worth capturing but the light is extremely unfavorable. If you have a tripod, you are good to go. But that doesn't always help. Recently while trying to make an HDR of a church interior, I wasn't allowed to... More

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