The Dreamstime “Give Thanks, Give Back” initiative has come to a close, and it’s the community that deserves the biggest thanks! In total, you all contributed $3,235 that Dreamstime will match for an impressive total of $6,470.As you know, the choice of charity was left up to you, and the decision is this – Doctors Without Borders / Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), the international medical humanitarian organization will receive $6,470. We knew you’d choose well, and MSF is a much deserving... continue reading
Search results for "camp"
It's the season for many things - picture-perfect snow falls and autumnal trees, holiday feasts with family and harvest festivals are the first things that come to mind, but everyone has their traditions and nostalgia for this time of year. Universally, it's a season with more than a few reasons to be thankful.What is the Dreamstime team thankful for, you ask? Our community. Each one of you makes up Dreamstime, and we strive to support the entire community. We listen when you tell us what you... continue reading
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
Switching to a digital camera, allowed me greater freedom to expand my photography hobby.After "Dreamstime" accepted my first uploads last year, I have finally passed the 100 mark.I enjoy nature as a main subject, but I am adding more variety.Some of the best places to look for subjects are nature preserves, bike trails, parks and botanical gardens.They are usually free or have modest fees, and have plenty of variety of subjects.My first two sales are from a "True forget-me-not"; taken on... continue reading
I've lived in Detroit for 9 years this May, and I and my husband and son finally started venturing Downtown for the past years. There is so much stigma and negative speak about Detroit, that I was nervous to go down there at all, but it hasn't proved to be disappointing at all. I've really missed out on so much fun, and excitement. continue reading
Years ago my parents and I were camping at Temperance River State Park along the north shore of Lake Superior. Dad and I went for a walk down to the shore to check out the lake from our campsite. The trail went through the woods and down a slight grade. There was a turn in the trail about two hundred yards in front of us and a little black dog came around that turn and was headed straight for us. He came running to see us and we were talking to him and dad was petting him. The dog’s owner then came... continue reading
We are working and working eight to six from day to day, eagerly dreaming for the long-awaited weekends, gathering our hiking backpacks and finally going on a back-country tent camping far away from routine, from obligations, from everything!Just you, your love, nature and relaxing calming waves. Enjoying the amazingly beautiful sunrise and sunset scenery that nature has so generously given us. Wish you a wonderful... continue reading
My June weekend at the North Rim was a chance to visit the annual Star Party which is held during the new moon. Amateur astronomers with awesome 'scopes share the views of Saturn, Jupiter and Mars with all the visitors and educate you as well. After taking in some spectacular views of these planets it was time to shoot some milky way starscapes. We found a great place to dry camp off of service road 22 just a few short miles from the park entrance, a large clearing about the size of 2 football... continue reading
The title to this blog is accurate.I didn't just go to the Tetons.Rather, with some good friends, I backpacked "through" the Tetons and had a marvelous 3-day trip.We went 21 miles, hiked over a 10,700 foot pass and saw an abundance of wildlife, including a bear, moose, elk, mule deer and a fox.We also got to see a wonderful variety of rugged and pristine landscapes.Here is a sampling of the images I made on the trip:Day one consisted of a huge thunderstorm complete with a downpour... continue reading
Until today I wasn't a fan of Gordon Brown.but tonight he gave the finest speech in favour of keeping Scotland in the United Kingdom of Britain and Northern Ireland . He pointed out the many ways we are better and stronger together and the miserable arguments of nationalism which are like a ' cock strutting on a dunghill '.Nationalism is about greed; ' it's our oil ' :Gordon Brown spoke passionately about the creation of the national health service free at the point of need.He... continue reading
Stock photography that blogs
Interact, make friends, share tips and techniques, have fun. Dreamstime wants your ideas and thoughts whether you are a photographer, designer or regular user. Create a blog to tell your story, promote favorite images and photographers, post tutorials or simply exchange opinions with your with fellow dreamstimers.
Don't forget words and pictures go great together so make sure you choose some Dreamstime favorite pics to brighten your article. For inspiration, check out the hottest or the most useful blogs on the left.
Create a blog to tell your story, promote favorite stock images and photographers
Questions, meet answers
Join the discussion in the Dreamstime photography forum. Learn from, and share with, hundreds of professional stock photographers just like you!Photography Forums