I am not too much in writing blogs but always read useful articles. Some of those were really helpful and improved my thinking and my skills.Here my opinion is, we should encourage the author by clicking at "useful" link if article has helped us. It let the author understand, what people likes and moreover, he/she gets a credit too.What do you think? continue reading
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First 50 photos took around 3 years and second 50 took less than 2 months. This is just because of the comments given for rejected images. I have improved my quality as well as shifted my thinking from artistic photos to commercial photos. Last month I uploaded 14 editorial photos from Diwali festival of India. I am not sure how many sales will be generated but I uploaded as subject seems salable. These are the two images of crackers which crossed the psychological figure of 3 digits. continue reading
For a long time I was just looking for commercial RF photos. I got idea of editorial photos from another wonderful Dreamstime contributor who has good sale of editorial photos. This weekend I went out and found one interesting guy selling vegetables. continue reading
Finally I achieved my first milestone - 50 photos online. I was stucked at 46 before being inactive 4 years back. I had to upload 9 photos to get final 4 photos.My 50th photo:The best part of this milestone is, Dreamstime has improved my image quality drastically. I'm still not getting myself upto the mark but hopeful to be more accurate, creative and better photographer. continue reading
Hi All,I had joined DT around 2 years back. Initially I had higher rejection rate and uploaded photos with a long intervals. Since last 9 months I'm concentrating on stock photography and learning new things by visiting portfolios of other photographers and reading blogs regularly. I realized that taking good photos is not enough. First of all it requires a commercial appeal as well as creativity. Human pictures with a clear message are more popular especially official photographs. For... continue reading
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