We use them everyday: weather, fitness tracking, mailing, browsing, messaging, photo editing, productivity, lifestyle, matchmaking apps are part of our routine and it’s quite hard to imagine life without (at least some of) them. In March 2017 there were 2.8 million apps in Google Play and over 2.2 million apps in Apple’s App Store and the numbers are set to grow steadily.That makes the app world a crowded and highly competitive market, where differentiation is essential. And before any... continue reading
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I am 100% sure that there was a time, when you were just scrolling through the Instagram, and something catch your attention..Now you may think: "How is it possible to make such a great photo, with a good focus on the main object and the background remains blurred?"We might think, that this kind of photography are just for the professionals...That's not true!You really don't need the best, expensive camera, or the newest iPhone + hours spent on editing in... continue reading
I just discovered a good app on the AppStore in my IPhone 6 plus that works wonderfully like exposimeter, and it is iLightMeter. Just costs a very little and works perfectly in managing light, times, ISO and f. It is useful for shoting in A or M mode.Will try to use it instead of buying expensive instruments, to learn how it really works for all.I just used it for this photo: continue reading
Recently I discovered some really great apps that can help you improve photography. If you know more such apps please share them in comments.In order not to name only a few or just the ones that I use, I’ll try to group these apps into categories so you can search for more or better apps that do similar things.App showing moon phase and stargazing conditions - for those photographing at night this type of app will be great. You either want to know if you’ll have a clear sky where milky... continue reading
Because of my daughter's birth I had a little vacation,and after some while I resumed my photography very active. During summer time I shoot a lot of stuff and now it's time to name it and tag it... So I wondered if there is an app of dreamstime for my phone? And yes, there is! Very easy,free and simple! Now I can tag 'em even when I go for a walk with my princess daughter! Just wondering if anyone also use this app?And what is your impression? P.S.Too bad that app don't support... continue reading
One of the greatest things about the modern day is the ability to quickly capture any moment within an instant, with the fantastic little camera that most of us have within our pockets at all times, our phones.Dreamstime very quickly realised that there was a market here and sought to give us our very own app, which I have utilised and I am seeing a great acceptance rate on my photographs taken on my mobile phone.Here are some examples of photos taken on my phone and accepted to Dreamstime!... continue reading
Do you use it?From time to time I do. I can say, it's pretty good! But unfortunately it has several annoying bugs:1. If you have a call when attributing a photo and then you are back to proceed keywording you will find the photo submitted. And you can't change it then: cancel and resubmit only. 2. You can't pause your submission process (not a bug but a minus). I would like to have lunch first, then finish the submission process.3. You can't change the attributes of... continue reading
Almost all mobile devices like phones and tablets are equipped with a camera in them. Modern devices are capable of very good images, and best of all, you will almost always have your phone with you. However, mobile devices can be more sensitive to the conditions around you than big cameras with large sensors and better optics. Here are a couple of tips that might help you take better photos with your device.First, before you even think about taking a photo, take a look at the camera... continue reading
Wow 1000 images on Dreamstime, 8 months from my 1st accepted image to my 1000th and what an 8 months it was, to put things in perspective 1 year ago I bought my first DSLR which I knew absolutely nothing about to the point to I wondered what a lens hood was for, now a year and half later I have bought and sold 3 different Canon's and 2 different Nikon's including the newly released D750. Sales are picking up as well, it took me 4 months to sell 100 images, now I'm already at half of that after... continue reading
Few days ago I have tried the new app and it is very easy and accesible way to uploadphotos.My first photo got accepted in about one day (probably because it was editorial picture). I took it on my trip in Brussels.Now almost nothing is standing in the way of stock photography. continue reading
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