A helping hand for the newbies (part 10)

Do you remember when you first joined DT and you waited patiently for that first sale? I do! and I also remember the feeling of elation it brought with it. What I want to do is look at a portfolio with no sales, buy what i think is the best image in that portfolio and show it on a blog with 2 others from the same portfolio that I think should be worth a sale or two.

The point of this series of blogs is to get the ball rolling for some of our newbies.

So here is the 10th image I've bought from a newbie.

His name is Martin Strmko and he's from Bratislava in Slovakia. There's nothing I can say about this image that the image doesn't say itself. Truly beautiful.

Here's two more from Martin's portfolio.

Martin with your specialty in underwater marine life I feel wishing you good luck with your Dreamstime career would be a waste of time, because every image in your portfolio is truly amazing and i feel you'll go on to great things here with many many sales.

Let me be the first to congratulate you.

Photo credits: Martin Strmiska.

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December 06, 2007

Strmko

Guys, thank you for nice comments. Actualy it is been a while since I got the message that some photographs have been used for this helping hand, but I just got in this section first time. Nice to see it :)

There is so much to see down there...

September 10, 2007

Astargirl

Beautiful work.

September 10, 2007

Cmarshall717

Martin, absolutely BEAUTIFUL work! I am a PADI instructor - at least I was. It's been 10 years since I've been in the water, and your photos really take me back. It's a shame when life gets so busy you miss out on this beautiful part of our world. The days I was diving were the days before digital, so my photography back then was a little more costly and time consuming. These images make me want to dive back in! Great, GREAT!, work.

September 10, 2007

Tonygers

LOL

September 10, 2007

Kenneystudios

Beautiful photographs! I've always wanted to do underwater photography, but I have this unexplained fear of a shark (or something else) coming up behind me and grabbing my leg!

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