This image was taken on a a very bright day at 800 iso.The sky looked very noisy.I found a simple trick for noisy skies,just select the entire sky and use Noise/Median (2-3) pixels to smooth out the jaggies. continue reading
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First of all let me say that Dreamstimes strict acceptance criteria definitely shows in the quality of stock on this site.Bravo!Now that is out of the way, let me share a tip with you to help with acceptance of your rejected submissions.I'm sure everyone has had this type of rejection before:"This image is overfiltered. Its use for the potential designers is limited because of this, therefore the image is disqualified as a RF stock-oriented image. Please upload the original instead."... continue reading
I think many of us go back through our "archives" from time to time, even if we're not really doing so just to look for those dusty gems.I like to go back through old photographs now and then, just to reminisce. I was going through a box of photos from about 5 years ago, when I stumbled across a simple photo of a toddler walking up a hiking trail. The little girl is the niece of a guy I once dated (which is why this photo was hidden in a box). I always thought the photo was adorable.I felt... continue reading
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