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First 100s on DT. Yuhuuuuu!

I would like to know my Dreamstime friends that also something happening in my field. I now over my first 100s image.The first works are already online. Stay excited about new coming up images.Thank you for all your support and kind words. continue reading

ACDSee

are you know? about when you make clipping path in photoshop and then add iptc info in ACDSee your clipping path will be removed! continue reading

My Photography Experience

I have joined DT since 2004 and I must say I am one of the few thousand photographers in DT then. I used a Canon Powershot A80 point-and-shoot camera to shoot all my previous photographs without any tripod or artificial lighting, all using natural light coming from my home window. At that time, DT did not have this function called Acceptance ratio. These are the few photographs I have taken.The blackberries were taken closeup (literally bringing my camera near) in a plastic case placed on top... continue reading

Another Quick Question & Suggestion

I was just wondering how many DT contributors really think from the point of Designer, Do you guys think what a designer is looking for??Well I have a suggestion to all DT users, as I'm a designer and our company do download many images from DT and other stock sites, why don't you guyscreate a clipping path for the images you upload, it will really help designers. i have found very few images on micro stock site where there are clipping paths, well if you guys are included clipping path on... continue reading

Isolated Objects with clipping path

I am newly joined Dreamstime three months back.I have only 124 images on line sales of 95 sales.My acceptation ratio is 98.4 %.( Only 2 images rejected for the reason of similar shots.)There are many reasons a buyer download our images. Good quality, conceptual, requirement, isolated and finally good keywords.I think the isolated images are selling very well in stock agencies. Most of my images are isolated with clipping path. It is very use for the buyers who downloaded our images for his... continue reading

Clipping path

I know how to make one, but not sure how to save it for DT and other microstockThey like it as ESP or SVG ?can someone tell me please continue reading

Use clipping paths!

We often run surveys asking customers or contributors about their experience with Dreamstime. You will probably see more ideas in my blog or somewhere else on the site ;)Here is one of them:"Clipping Path Outlines on photographs of objects are a handy feature that I haven't yet experienced on Dreamstime."Although I've seen images with clipping paths this customer probably didn't probably download one of them. It is good to keep in mind when post-processing your photo that there is enough interest... continue reading

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