I have always come to Dreamstime to look for images to use in design work, and always admired the work of the people selling their images. I have been fascinated by photography and media work. Eventually I got a camera and decided to also contribute to the world of stock photography. So now instead of downloading I am doing uploading. I have been uploading for a while to test the waters. I think its time to now up the game and get into the seriously. To provide images for others and for other people... continue reading
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HelloI'm glad to share with you my new milestone in less than 1 year contributing.My first year dreamstime birthday will be on 9th may 2015 :)the beautiful day when I took the courage to make my first account in microstock photography and meet a professional judgment for my imaging works.Up to now I get 507 sales and I want to thank you all for support and all the Dreamstime staff for the good web-marketing and google partnership that they made to increase our sales ! :)This is my last... continue reading
In the beginning of April of 2014 I made the decision to try making money with my photography. I had always gotten many complements on the various social medium, so I wanted to see if anyone wanted to put money into it.I attempted to apply my content to the three largest stock sites, and Dreamstime was one of them. I was pretty excited within one of my first uploads I got my first sale within a few days. So I made a larger effort to upload more of my content. While my other sales begin to expand... continue reading
A few months back, I remember seeing an article here on Dreamstime about when to shoot and upload images for upcoming holidays. They recommended doing so within those couple of months before the holiday.I definately agree with this, but at the same time dispute it. People are hungry for seasonal images both during and right before that season arrives. But, what about deadlines? Back in the spring, there was an article in a women's magazine about decorating Easter eggs. The author devoted an entire... continue reading
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