I wish I knew who bought my pictures - Dreamstime

Today I sold a set of images showing the beauty of Indian women/girls:

I suspect it was bought by one buyer. It would be so nice to know for what sake:) I am aware of the fact that it is possible to search pictures in the internet but so far I have been successful only few times. Anyway, the buyer (or maybe not the single one) thank you very much!

Photo credits: Ewamewa2.

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April 29, 2012


Nic comment, Mrallen. And your experience is really impressive!

April 29, 2012


Seeing your images in use someplace is always a thrill !
I have about 27,000 images on sale through many agencies including DT and have been supplying stock images since 1972.
Since then, I have made several MILLION sales, yet I have only ever seen a very small number in print (probably around 200 or so).
I've seen a few used on TV, several on billboards, most in magazines in articles and in adverts, a few on websites and some in textbooks etc. I saw one of my images on the side of a bus in Ecuador and another on an illuminated sign in Hong Kong airport.
It's a big world out there and with so many ways of using your images on a worldwide stage, the chances of seeing your image in use is small I"m afraid. BUT KEEP LOOKING !

April 26, 2012


I would to. Sometimes, when i go to a bookshop i think: "what if i saw an image of mine in a book cover?"

That would be great. I woul buy the book, that's for shure.

April 26, 2012


Nevertheless, nice photos!

April 26, 2012


I guess we all think the same, specially how our image are being used...

April 26, 2012


I think a lot of the contributors share your predicament. I wish I knew too. =)

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