This assignment is very a good one for me.In the contest took three of my works and one of them I was able to sell.This is my first sale of assignment file.For each picture in this contest is its own story. For example, this was done at the Hermitage, where my husband and I went to our first journey together. The Hermitage is still my favorite Museum.We traveled a lot and was in the Vatican Museum in Rome and the Dresden gallery and many other museums, but the Hermitage is my favorite.By the... continue reading
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It's been a while since I was official :) ---- but reckon that number is something to be a bit proud of and look back. With more and more competition I have lately started putting up my numbers regarding uploads to keep up a bit. I have adapted a bit to stock photography but tried not to lose my identity - so many of my pictures are still "me" - which I find important. At the same time I want to encourage the newbies here on DT - it all takes some time till pictures sell. My number one has in the... continue reading
Hello Dreamstimers,At last I have got my 100th file approved today and also I am now up to eight sales - not a huge amount I know, but after a few very difficult months recovering from a broken hip and moving house etc. I am just happy to have got this far. By the end of this year I hope to have passed another benchmark and that is to have at least 150 plus files uploaded, and a few more sales.Many many thanks to the buyers for the sales, and also for all the views on my portfolio.... continue reading
Hi everyone, in this very short but useful tutorial, you can see how many shots you have made with your camera. Let's start: Open Photoshop and load the last image you shot or still one of the latest. Now go to File> infofile. From the menu"Description" you have to go with the small arrow on the top right, the "Advanced" menu and select the last submenu "Scheme". Open it and you will find "aux: Image number", what will be your total shots that has realized your camera.I hope that the translation... continue reading
Hello there!Another rejection of your additional file? Don't panic! Take a deep breath and read this blog. I hope it will help you to understand the mistakes you make.I'll start with vectors. The most common mistake is raster (bitmap) elements on your illustration. It happens when you export a file format that isn't supported because of certain types of gradients, transparent objects or different effects that you used.More simply: if your iIllustrator is CS6 and you use transparent... continue reading
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