So you upload your images to Dreamstime and it's not only your photos album to show friends like you do while uploading in social media sites. Some of your images are getting accepted, some are refused for some reasons. And it's great to have files in your portfolio but do you think about information you provide for them? Do you sometimes try to search your images or other people images? What words do you use to find them? I won't write in a search line just 'great picture'... continue reading
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I've often wondering this question and have tired analyzing which keywording works best.1- Do you put a singular keyword as well as the pluerize version in your list? for this example, chair, chairs, row, rows, seat, seats.OR2- Do you put the singular keyword and simply include an "s" in the keyword list. Example;blue, stadium, chair, row, seat, s, ..I have seen and used both examples. So really my question is; when a client searches "... continue reading
We all know how time consuming keywording can be, but it really is a vital stage of uploading that should be given just as much thought as the taking of and the processing of the image.Yesterday, I had a spare hour and so thought I would look at some of my images to see if I could improve the keywords.I removed some and also added quite a few new ones.I also had a go at using Yuri Arcurs really useful keywording tool to see if this would make any difference to the words that I was coming up... continue reading
keywordsI was wondering how you will act for entering keywords and titles of your images, especially when it comes to a series of images quite similar to each other or who are from the session with a similar concept.In general I write a description and keywords on a Word document with the description and keywords, and insert directly into the raw fiels before work, so that once worked and loaded the image I choose only the most appropriate categories and you're done, but at the end of the games... continue reading
Finally, my editorial photo submission was approved.My first attempt was refused.After some research, I found out I need to write in the description box;1. The name of the place where its was taken2. Date when the photo was taken3. Description of the event, photo etc.Not too difficult, isn't it? continue reading
Hello everyone,I wanted to share this info with those who upload collections of vector elements or photos in one file. This concerns dreamstime agency the most. For example if you upload a collection of vector 3d web icons like this oneThink about a buyer who wants to buy only one element from this collection and he don't have vector editing software so he wants JPG version and the smallest size possible. For example one credit version (480x480 size). Instead of paying 1 credit he has to buy... continue reading
An info lithium battery has no memory effect mainly because it wakes up inside your camera only to bang it's head on your camera's inner casing...Then after a full recharge we shoot we shoot till 4 bars become 3, now the bump on the head incurs upon your day as it forgets 1 and 2 exist below it and jumps straight to low battery without so much as a second thought...If the info lithium battery could have a perfect vocation it would be the army, for then it would be on a permanent charge...... continue reading
This short reminder is directed especially to photographers shooting children (as the problem is more common there), but of course applies to all photos where people are involved.You probably know that our Dreamfinder has a nice section where you can specify a model's gender, ethnicity and age. When you submit a new MR, and you are careful enough to state that a John is a Male, you use that MR for your next submissions with the same model.Do you remember that people get older?Adults can... continue reading
What can I say !Before, this image name was "Happy boy".After I posted a thread about image name..., and having some suggestions from our DT's Admin Petarneychev, then I changed it to "Smiling asian boy".Today, I got one sale for this image with keyword search "asian boy smiling". It exactly match with image name just in different order and this image appeared on the first one of the first page(sort by relevancy descending).Here is the image....my baby boy:Thanks the buyer and Petarneychev!... continue reading
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