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Around the House

It’s nearly spring cleanup/fix up time.I’m limiting my spring action to probing the back of the refrigerator to dislodge jars of forgotten spaghetti sauce.But for those that will spend in excess of 150 million dollars on home improvements this year in the US, it’s time to get to work. The do-it-yourself crowd spends zillions of dollars and has created a multitude of businesses on-line and on the street to sell everything from fixtures to classes in building additions. Websites, magazines... continue reading

Disappearing pictures - database cleaning

Hi, I'm a bit longer than 4 years on Dreamstime, and began to receive comments about old pictures with zero sales. If you don't know yet, what it's about, I explain: to keep the database clear, DT offers to disable, re-keyword on paid basis or donate for free the images which were not sold for the period of 4 years. You have 30 days to take desicion after such a note.I think, it's a good idea to delete what is not in demand and give way to fresh works.When I began to check the pictures I... continue reading

The jump was made......

Some of you fellow DT-ers will remember the predecessor of this picture.last few months my CS5 skills were sharpened and I decided to make the jump to replace the previous version for the 'cleaner' version without the traces of birdsh*t.the previous one had 210 views in just a few months without any sales.let's see what is going to hapen............It's all about saleshappy uploadingFotosenmeer.nl continue reading

Wishes for my portfolio

Things seem to be simple when you see someone else's portfolio and like what you see.You think: I can do this"but in fact is very hard to do.After hours of search for inspiration we realize that we are neversatisfied with our work.How to make clean and simple ideas?I really do not know.Our mind seems to be too complex for simple things.Many times I wanted to erase everything I did and start over but, then I wondered "I'll be able to create something better than before?The answer is...we always... continue reading

Product Photography; Most important accessory?

Maybe I am not qualified to be writing about product photography since I have only given it a whirl for two weeks but then again; maybe my lack of experience will also help other newbiesI do not like to think of myself as lazy; I prefer to call myself a conservationist.I conserve my personal energy.If I can take a short-cut and get the same result; good.If I can bypass an important step and still achieve quality; then I have conserved energy.Maybe I can use the conserved energy to do more... continue reading

About Earth Day

© Noonie (Help) A Clean EarthWe guard the water quality of our lakes in the area where I live and take great care with cleaning the shorelines and waterways.The water is tested regularly and people are fined or taken to court if they mistreat the precious resource.The county I live in is about 95% National Forest and it is well taken care of.We have a very good recycle business in the county which makes a good income for the area.Each lake has a civic association which keeps watch... continue reading

My hands!

I finally decided to take some pictures shooted for dreamstime... and I begun to use my own hands......yes, not only to shoot with camera... but to show them in my pictures!!!Our pictures say a lot of the photographer, for example you can see how I write, how I hold my mobile (it's my husband's to say the truth!!!), and yes you know the colour of my cloth to clean my house ;)They are only three at the moment, but I'm waiting for a good sun and then I'll take new ones. continue reading

Fragile Earth: Helping Hands and update

AN UPDATE:Link to collectionFinding imagery for the collection Fragile Earth: Helping hands was tougher than I thought. The idea for this collection was to gather photos of people helping the earth in different ways: People rescuing and helping animals, cleaning our shores, parks, and being involved. I found 30 great photos by 24 photographers that show how we (people) can participate.Since the collection was created (9/9/2009) it has had 101 views. I don't know if this is good or not... continue reading

Fragile Earth: Helping hands

Fragile Earth: Helping handsA group of students were asked to complete this sentence:if I could heal the Earth I would...Here are their responsesIf I could heal the Earth...What do you think? I think they are on the right track!Here is the 2nd part of the series "Fragile Earth". This one is entitled "Helping hands".Link to collection(PS: I had a hard time finding photos of people being involved with helping our earth. I don't know if it is subject that... continue reading

How to check your camera sensor for the presense of dust.

My technique to check my camera sensor for the presence of dust.Pre-requisites1. A white paper sheet.Steps1. Set the white sheet on a table.2. Mark a black spot(with a marker) on the sheet.3. Fix the camera on the tripod.4. Set the camera to it's minimum aperture(for mine f22).5. Focus on the black dot and take the picture.6. Observe the picture, if it contains random black dots other than thedot on the sheet, it means that there is dust on the camera sensor or the mirror... continue reading

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