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  • My 1st blog!

    by Lsr792000 | 13th of June, 2008

    I have finally manged to set up a simple blog in blogspot.com. Wow, have been wanting to do that for a long time, only realised it lately! Inside i will be sharing some of my photography experience and tips. I hope it will be useful for newbies to have a good foundation.... More
  • Time is Unstoppable

    by Qing02051981 | 21st of April, 2008

    There are simply too many clocks everywhere in Chicago! See Article
  • ETR (estimated time for review)

    by Markogt | 11th of March, 2008

    Some days after uploading some new photos I thought that it is not easy to respond for photo requests made in Dreamstime message boards. Let´s say that one designer makes a new topic that he/she needs a photo. When I make the needed photo and upload it, it takes... More
  • Waiting for right moment

    by Papuga2006 | 29th of February, 2008

    Grab camera go outside and search the world for some truly beautiful photos. This is what all of us suppose to do, but haw to find a right moment. You should be patient, observe, maybe a little help the scene. It is different then photography in studio. There we can choose... More
  • I've been rumbled!

    by Stuartkey | 11th of September, 2007

    I think all the lovely photo buyers out there have finally realized that there are so many amazing quality images here on Dreamstime, that they really shouldn't waste their valuable credits on my snaps anymore! So, from the person who wrote blogs about "try not to check... More
  • 'A watched kettle never boils...'

    by Stuartkey | 19th of July, 2007

    Waiting for sales on Dreamstime is a fascinating thing. I am beginning to think that the old English saying of 'a watched kettle never boils' could have been created with DT in mind. For those unfamiliar with peculiar English sayings, this one alludes to the belief that... More

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