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How to Find Photography Inspiration

Dorothea Lange, an American photojournalist and documentary photographer, famously said that “the camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera”. Photography teaches viewers, authors and subjects alike how to discover and uncover, how to explain and to create mystery, how to question and to answer, how to search and how to find. In many cases the photography style and subjects we choose are those closest to our own personality and inner explorations. Many photographers... continue reading

How to find an interesting subject - just go out in your front yard

Stairs in our little heavenOne island. One inlet. One beach. One path. One house. Combined create our heaven. The space and time of our childhood and most beautiful memories we share. My family and I. On our island. On our beach. In our house. It is a small house, summer house. All made by our father’s hands. All made by our mum’s faith. All made by my sister’s and mine love. Whole is circled with stairs. Stairs made of rock that my parents gathered around the house. Rock and sand. Each gently... continue reading

Bokeh - behind the lens

So wikipedia says: "In photography, bokeh is the aesthetic quality of the blur produced in the out-of-focus parts of an image produced by a lens" ...that was a part of the article and I believe everyone can find and read it :)I won't write here about usual bokeh without the main object in focus. And I won't write about simple blurs that can make everyone at every time. No one wants to have portfolio with thousands of such images with a few sells, right?I want to write about three related... continue reading

5 More Ways to Find the Perfect Image for your Next Project

“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” said Alice to the Cheshire Cat.“That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the Cat.“I don’t much care where–” said Alice.“Then it doesn’t matter which way you go,” said the Cat.“–so long as I get SOMEWHERE,” Alice added as an explanation.“Oh, you’re sure to do that,” said the Cat, “if you only walk long enough.”Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland   5 Tips to... continue reading

More hard to find photos worldwide

Just back again from a six country adventure with plenty of photos to add to my portfolio.Countries being added now: Sweden, Norway, Lithuania, Greece, Bulgaria, Scotland and more from Big Corn Island, Nicaragua.Lucky that I enjoy what I do!    continue reading

Where and how to find good honest critique for your work?

Dear DT community, I haven't been active on the site for almost 2 years now, because I've made a decision to refocus my photographic ambitions and interests following a more theatrical/artistic style.I've got no regrets doing that, however, it seems to me that I've reached something of a rut in my path. The problem arises with a feeling I have that each new project I start it doesn't end up pushing me towards something new or better. I don't get the feeling that I improve myself or my images... continue reading

5 Tips to Finding the Perfect Image for Your Project

46 million and counting.That’s the number of images and videos available in dreamstime’s database today.So how, with all this fabulous selection, do you find the one image that is ideal for your next project?Whether you are a newcomer to the site, or are just looking for some new tips to help with your searches, here are 5 ways to get you started towards finding that perfect image.   1.Words Matter.Keywords, that is.Sometime your mind’s eye is clear on the image that... continue reading

How to find the right model for you future stock photo shoot

Ever went through pages and pages of professionally shot stock images with the right people in the right light and in the right posture just to scratch your head wondering how you can achieve the same result without an army of professionals in your stride?  Worry not, we’re here to scout the secrets for you in a series of blogs from our own experiencededitors.We’re gonna kick it off with finding the right person for the job and doing a test photo shoot to see how your model or models... continue reading

Beginner trying to find path in stock industry. Please help!

Hello everyone :)Two years ago I've joined Dreamstime. Unfortunately, I haven't made any sell yet. I was not very active in the past two years, but now I work every day and looking forward for some result. My portfolio counting about 5.000 images that need to be retouched. Also, there is almost 200 images online. Photographing nature scene is my favourite discipline, but I have alot of images of people, buildings, business concepts... If you have some advice for me please, do not hesitate to hit... continue reading

How to find Interesting Photography Subjects

Sometimes it take as a long time to create and find superb subject for our photographs. Every day we pass a lot things, situations not really realizing - this is it- this is the best subject- one of millions.  Every season of year presents many unique scenes with snow and ice, or beautiful sunset, depends of the weather. There are so many great subjects for landscape photography, especially if you live near small town or village or if you can be a little more observing and patient. I am... continue reading

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