Full name: Anne Kitzman
Located: North Port, United States
Joined: May 6, 2005
Equipment: Nikon D700, D600
Favourite subjects:
Anne Kitzman (Annieannie)

Latest uploads
Stock Image : Victorian Home
Stock Image : Canning Jars
Stock Image : Toast and Jam
Stock Image : Somes Bridge
Stock Image : Portland Maine
Stock Image : Beached Boats at Low Tide
Stock Image : Kennebunkport Maine
Stock Image : Kennebunkport Maine Cottage
Stock Image : House in Kennebunkport Maine

Most popular images
Stock Image : Waterfall in the Rainforest
Stock Image : Shopping at the Mall
Stock Image : Farm House
Stock Image : Sunset at the Golf Course
Stock Image : Wedding Collage
Stock Image : Holy Family
Stock Image : Contrast - Rain or Shine
Stock Image : Empty
Stock Image : Apple Tree

Editors' choice
Stock Image : Red Gas Can
Stock Image : King Alfred Trumpet Narcissus Daffodil

Annieannie's models
Stock Image : Baby Boy Cell Phone
Stock Image : Mother and Baby Portrait
Stock Image : Happy Photographer
Stock Image : Smiling Silver Haired Man on Black Background
Stock Image : Smiling Brunette on a Black Background
Stock Image : The Paparazzi
Stock Image : A Portrait of The Sheik at the Beach
Stock Image : Boy From The Hood
Stock Image : Adorable Smiling Girl

Annieannie's account statistics:
Uploaded files: 1,939
Total sales:
Portfolio exposure:
Database exposure:
Downloads per image: 5.62
Message boards: 20
Monthly uploads: 18.29 average
Uploads this month: 0

Referred members:
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Latest posts on the boards:
Thanks, I have looked at the images on your blog. I know that other sites want specific wording on editorial, they have to read like (old time) newspaper editorials, so was wondering if DT had specific wording requirements for those as well. It doesn't [Read more...] posted in Nothing but editorials

Could you please direct me to the page that explains the rules of what governs an editorial picture on Dreamstime? I have searched and cannot find an explanation anywhere. How are the descriptions to be worded? What qualifies, etc? Thanks. posted in Nothing but editorials