As the end of summer approaches, it’s time to capture as many summer themed images as possible. When the demand for this genre grows in early 2009, you’ll find yourself looking for a campsite or outdoor pool that isn’t covered in snow.Over six million kids attend summer camp in the US. Many camps are basedaround learning a skill or a lifestyle issue. There are soccer camps, music camps, adventure camps, sailing camps, special needs camps, science camps, church camps and diet camps.Camp... continue reading
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The travel publications are out with their predictions for the top travel destinations for 2008. We searched them for spots that Dreamstime photographers had not yet covered comprehensively. Seven hot destinations for 2008 to visit and create images to fill out the Dreamstime collection are: Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras, Columbia, Tunisia, Albania and Dubai. (Destinations in North America, Asia and Africa later).The major shift in travel images this coming year is away from the tried and true... continue reading
Hello Dreamstimers !I'd like to share with you a more detailed view of my trip to New Zealand, to National Parks of North and South Island.New Zealand - Aotearoa - The land of the long white cloud - AustralasiaNew Zealand is a magical and mysterious country. It is seriously difficult not to fall in love with New Zealand, especially for a nature lover like me. I have never seen such diversity in such a small country. You can take a tour cross it from the east coast to the west coast... continue reading
Hey Everyone.first of all let me tell you a little bit about my self, i am the House photographer for United Nation Indonesia and i travel a lot, I've been to over 90+ countries and i love to document Culture, People and LandscapeHere are some photograph that i took in Greece, Enjoy. Santorini during Golden hour Oia windmill Santorini During Blue Hour Church of panagia paraportiani View of Acropolis from the Philopappos Hill Meteora Meteora... continue reading
Over the weekend we got a lot done in the yard.Tomatoes planted, green beans are in.House cleaned, music going what a beautiful weekend.But, I just couldn't contain myself I needed to grab the camera and hit the road.My Husband and I started the cruise on a backroad and these beauties came alive enjoy.Please share your weekend adventure I would love to here some of your stories. Getting snap happy! continue reading
Hi there,It's Alice Yan from China. For sure, I like photography, right now on the second year of my world trip, I've hitchhiked a lot, so I can explore more places and catch many nice pictures on my way. In fact, I am still a newbie here, but I am a photographer working exclusively with Dreamstime in short time. Unfortunately, due to no exposure, so there are not so many people can see my beautiful pictures, let alone sell one of them, hence it's time to write my first... continue reading
I always used DIY on most of my shots. The first reason is lack of funds, and the second reason is I'm enjoying it, and the third reason is lack of funds.This time I intended to make a square filter holder.Browse the link (FB PAGE) for the image of the I made.https://www.facebook.com/JevSalutillosPhotography/photos/pcb.1124033407714148/1124033194380836/?type=3&theaterI took this photo with DIY Filter Holder. continue reading
Just back from the most beautiful photographic travel I ever did, from Chile to Peru, I want to share with you some of the magic landscapes of Bolivia. The Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve is situated in the southwestern region of this country, near the chilean border.It is located at more than 4.000 mt above sea level and it needs usually some days to get acclimatized and avoid altitude sickness. The reserve's major attractions are erupting volcanoes, hot... continue reading
The adventure continues! Today my 50th photo was uploaded and it happens to be a photo of my favorite subject: Clouds.The photo below was taken when a storm was approaching our area. The clouds which formed were a more uncommon type called "undulatus asperatus." When I first joined Dreamstime, I had no idea if any of my photos would be accepted but I kept submitting ones I thought might be worthy. Several were not, but that is okay. Very helpful reasons and suggestions are given for refusals... continue reading
After homeschooling our four children K-12 over a very happy 21-year time span, I wondered what would keep me busy in my "retirement." In order to help out our family income, I attended an online school, got certified as a medical transcriptionist and worked online at home typing medical records for eight years.But with all four of our children living close by and eventually producing several grandchildren, I had less time to type, so "retired" again to be able to spend time... continue reading
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