I recently reached 600 images uploaded on Dreamstime!This is Dillon, I tell him he's my star! He's my 600th image, and I have quite a few of him. It helps that he's so photogenic!And our small town is still recovering from a large hail storm, so editorial photo opportunities are everywhere:Small town hopeI'm thankful for Dreamstime because working as a stock photographer has forced me to improve my skills and look for things that are commercially valuable. My acceptance ratio... continue reading
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There's nothing more frustrating to a user, in my experience, than logging onto a website or e-commerce platform with poorly executed design.When target pages are difficult to locate, the text overcrowds the images (or vice versa), and the color scheme distracts from the offerings or services on the page, the user frequently decides to leave, even if he/she wants what you had to offer.Good design should optimize, and then maximize, the user experience.Whether the design is simple or complex... continue reading
Well, not exactly.I suppose I should rephrase my title to more correctly say, "My Family Hates the way microstock has changed me".Yup, it has. I am changed, altered.Microstockly-speaking, I am but a shadow of the man I was fifteen months ago. Like one of the Autobots of Cybertron I seem to constantly be shifting into another shape and form.I am a transformer. I have been transformed...I'm Different.My camera and gear, now permanent appendages, swing out from my carcas at a moments notice,... continue reading
This is just a fun question, for the sake of a positive thought about our hobby/profession. Inmy case yes. It has improved my life in many ways:- I have earned more money than I did before microstock- I am free from work (I consider what I do daily a complete pleasure!)- I have expandeded my knowledge of digital photography (I came from old times, film camera...)- I experienced a transition from amateur photographic gear to professional ones- I have a lot of satisfaction and joy... continue reading
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