60 images. I've never actually thought I would make it this far in my adventure with stock photography. I can still remember the days when I used a point-and-shoot, totally unaware of the skills of photography. Time really does fly doesn't it?I'm not really sure what to say in this blog post (a first!), and I'm not even sure what will become of my journey with Dreamstime, but what I do know that I have learnt a lot from stock photography, and I have enjoyed my time doing this. I haven't actually... continue reading
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I am fairly new to the Dreamstime stock photography.I am excited to be able to share my passion for photography with the world.I only have 60 accepted photos, but I am thrilled with that so far. I look forward to learning from all the seasoned contributors on the site.So far, I feel that I have learned a lot from what has been and has not been accepted.I love living real life and photographing from real life experiences. I do hope that some of my photos will be enjoyed by... continue reading
Hi everyone!For the past few days my 3 photos were accepted, by means of it in my portfolio there are 60 photos now. It's a not so many, but meaningful for me. Some kind of anniversary :) Lately I prepared for uploading a photos of the architecture of Russian city Kaliningrad, formerly Königsberg, Germany. These three photos I want to show you. continue reading
Today marks the end of my second month of joining and start uploading images on Dreamstime.There are a couple of important milestones I have achieved in 60 days:1) 366 images uploaded and approved for sale;2) 105 images sold;3) earning balance exceeded $100;4) one image reached level 2;5) wrote my first blog.Actually I was writing this blog to celebrate the 100th sales, then I noticed another 5 images just sold :-)This is the lucky 100th images sold:My best sales... continue reading
Okay, here's my first blog post!As a web designer, I couldn't help but notice a trend happening in the design world: the comeback of 60-70s' psychedelic art. It's not so much of taking the old artistic designs (think: Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, etc) and bringing them back inbut rather more of making RetroModernism (my term for the trend).The interesting thing is with RetroModernism is that in most cases, the older artworks would be enhanced, making it seem more polished and cleaner than... continue reading
Now, after all that shooting there must be an outcome am I right?To be frank, I joined Dreamstime out of curiosity, I didn't see it as a site which could sell. All along I thought it was a small market here.I AM SO WRONG!!!I had expected immediate sales when I uploaded my first few photos which numbered around five of them. When where wasn't any, I felt disappointed, I left my account to stay stagnant.Until one day I check back on DT out of curiosity again, there was a $0.60!... continue reading
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