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Attention Seeking Behavior Makes a Great Designer

Whether you are still thinking of pursuing a career in art or are already immersed in its different sub-fields in one way or another, you may have heard of this catchphrase (or a variation thereof)Yes, there is truth to this sentence. But, as an aspiring designer, you should not limit yourself to this trait only. You should allow yourself to grow and be flexible enough to adapt to the ever-changing design world.In the next few paragraphs, we provide different tips on how you can become a... continue reading

Social Behavior of Horses

Horses are happy to come out of the stable at every time. But in spring they get very activ. No matter if the weather is bad - they are doing their games. And even if you are not able to understand horse behavior - like me - it's a pleasure to take photos of them!                continue reading

The Pareto Principle

The 80-20 rule (also known as Pareto Principle) states that:"...For many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes..." WikipediaSurprisingly, (or unsurprisingly...) this is exactly what's happening in my portfolio. This is not a post about Mathematics, it's about composition and design and appeal. I wonder what are the possible reasons, for why one image sells and others while increase my online portfolio, at the end of the day only helps to that particular image to sell... continue reading

To apologize and warn

I told my self that when my account will be unblocked I will apologize you here on Dreamstime in this Blog.I was terrified to find out that my account was blocked. Quick look at my emails and find a reason. I was blocked because I was behavior not well.Cool 79 is my friend, he joined o DT by my referral and soon he wrote his fist blog article. I read it and check it as useful, but sometimes I did not even read his article and checked at useful. I have to mention that he did the same with my articles.... continue reading

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