Participating in the (more or less) monthly assignments on DT is great fun, and challenges you to go beyond your regular photography. It is rewarding in several ways:- your accepted images are escalated to level 5 at once, wich will not only increase the price, but also results in a better search placement. It will receive 100 artificial downloads at once, although unfortunatly, you do not receive any money for those 100 downloads ;)- participating will result in extra exposure for your picture... continue reading
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Have you ever wondered, how many questions fits into the 5 year old's head?Why don't all the fish die when lightning hits the sea?Why is the sky blue?Why is the grass green?Why can't people leave other people alone?Why are birds not electrocuted when they land on electricity wires?Why is the Moon sometimes out in the day and sometimes at night?Why do cats have whiskers?Why is a banana curved?Why do I need to wash my hands?Why does my best friend have two dads?Why do zebras have stripes?Why can't... continue reading
Although I am not new to photography I am new to putting my images online for an attempt to sell them. I have no problem with my images being refused by DT, in fact I've learned a great deal about what DT looks for in an image for it to be a candidate for their stock photo database. Two of the reasons DT uses the most when refusing one of my images are " Lack Of Composition " and " Your Image Is Too Specific " and I must admit that I'm not sure what these two reason mean. If anybody could offer me... continue reading
I am enjoying the blogs far more than I thought I would.Not only is it an interesting place to see a lot of great photo's, but it seems to be a wealth of information from a lot of very good photographers.So I am hoping you take requests.Are all the photos people take tweeked somewhat in programs like photoshop?Are half?Or are many photos just right comming out of the camera?Can every photo use a little something?I look forward to hearing from you.That's how learn and hopefuly... continue reading
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