Today I want to ask you a very interesting question: what do you do with images that were not sold for quite some time?I think many of you received a notification from DT about images that had not been sold for 4 years. This is the moment when you must make a choice: either donate this image to the free section, or disable it.The dilemma is that either of the decisions is right. On one hand, if you just donate the image, your personal database remains the same, and when people find your image... continue reading
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In 2009 i delete my world of warcraft account, i was happy and feeling freeSo i decided to do something with my free time, so i started to do home agriculture (https://www.dreamstime.com/home-agriculture-colldet20838)...I started with planting tomatoes seedsSo i'm in 2013 in the fourth year planting,eating,making juice from tomatoesand pickles for winteri decided to... continue reading
I've been long searching for ways of erasing/editing file metatags (EXIF, IPTC, etc) without restrictions.Many programs/software have ways of doing it, but most don't allow to do it freely.I mean, they might have comercial restrictions, but when for instance adobe tools say that a tag that says the file has been edited/created in Photoshop is a not "deletable" one... they are lying.Every metatag is editable/deletable and the image itself can be rendered without any metatag info of this type.... continue reading
I have started using the free Microsoft SyncToy version 2.1 for synchronising files from my laptop back to my home desktop/server and it is working very well so felt was time to blog about it.After I travel, for work, I typically have a bunch of new images on my laptop, and may have renamed, edited or deleted some images from past trips that I had not yet processed. The SyncToy manages propagating those additions, deletions, renames and edits back to the server. Equally if I have added/deleted/... continue reading
A while ago I read a post about deleting photos from your portfolio that are out of date. Well, I din't delete mine.I felt it like throwing away my work, that I've spend time and effort to create it.And it was good I didn't.Some days ago I had this strange April' sale :)2.27$ were added to my earnings.So, do you think you have to delete your out of date photos?P.S. To the buyer: Happy New 2009 Year! :) continue reading
I almost want to delete this picture after I took. Luckily I still kept it. You know this picture was accepted as the current assigment file with level 5, not only that, it was the highest revenue I get so far i.e $5.00 for one download. So just keep your pictures as many as you can even if you don't like them since you never know..Here is the picture: continue reading
Well, I just got my new website up! How I like it... nowadays it's so easy and fun to modify your site cause there are so many good CMSs (Content Management Systems) around. If you want, you can modify the code, if you don't or don't know how to do it - no problems, you can put your site together as from puzzle pieces.Anyway, I have worked with my new site for some weekends. Got a brand new name: maigi.com :))). So happy... Anyway, I was just giving finishing touch to my site, and struggled with... continue reading
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