From all the uses that my photography has for me, the first useful contact came to me in the form of scientific support. It seems like only yesterday when the professor of anatomy first showed us the human body. It was like discovering a new universe: so many bones, so many muscles, so many blood vessels, so many nerves, so many organs.Imagine that you need to explain to a 10-year-old child the human body without the help of a picture. Pretty tough, huh? Then try with the component of a cell.Then... continue reading
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Hi Dreamers!In a recent discussion in this thread about cropped vs non-cropped pictures of people and such, it appeared that some buyers do not realize that they can "legally" contact contributors, i.e. the authors of those images they want non-cropped versions of. I thought it is an important piece of info deserving a blog article.There are two ways of contacting a contributor.1. You can contact us via admins, i.e. via the DT contact form. Send them the details of your request about... continue reading
I want to know how to send a email to everyone on DT.When I saw a perfect picture, I want to contact the author and ask some shooting experience.But i can't find the contact way on DT Maybe because to i am a new gay on DT,So i don't know Can you tell me Thanks continue reading
This is a subject that probably many of you still have questions about and that us, admins, would like to make more clear.Here are some general guideline about addressing messages to support:- make sure you explain your problem as thoroughly as possible and give as many details as you can. We will not be able to help you if your message is "I have a problem with uploading.";- include the possible error messages you received;- if you require priority review include all the IDs of the images... continue reading
For buyers-I think that all photographers and designers like to know how their images are used. Why do not we write a few words each time you buy? Make us happy and would create a dialogue between we. Maybe I am too idealistic... What do you think of this?For photographers -Some of you have had an answer to this curiosity and is in contact with buyers? continue reading
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