Whether our passion is portrait, landscape, abstract, or stock photography, we photographers certainly appreciate our little pocket-sized friends, namely our smartphones, which have become very powerful photographic and videographic tools, and are making a leap forward with every new addition to the market.It’s no surprise, then, that Apple’s newest iPhone alleges to have much improved photographic capabilities.The new iPhone 8 release is scheduled for a September 12th launch event and... continue reading
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I just discovered a good app on the AppStore in my IPhone 6 plus that works wonderfully like exposimeter, and it is iLightMeter. Just costs a very little and works perfectly in managing light, times, ISO and f. It is useful for shoting in A or M mode.Will try to use it instead of buying expensive instruments, to learn how it really works for all.I just used it for this photo: continue reading
I periodically work as a full-time photographer, and periodically as an IT consultant. However, when working as a consultant, I don't always carry my photography gear with me. And that's why I love my iPhone! Together with some good (read great) photo apps (such as ProCamera and NightCap Pro) and some "extensions" such as the OlloClip Case and lenses, I can capture some great pictures when I see them. Such as the one below, which is a street in Brussels, during the early morning hours, right before... continue reading
Dreamstime has recently launched the mobile version. The image above was taken using my iPhone 6 Plus and it was approved!Now I can take pictures and uploaded whenever and wherever I want! continue reading
If you already have an approved portfolio with photographs that means that you are qualified and that the quality of your photos are satisfying. Is it worth it to just sit and wait for it to happen all by itself? I do not think so. Always and at every step you make an effort to help the promotion of your photos. I am absolutely sure that you are using or Iphone or Android smartphone, and if you have not already done so, immediately install Dreamstime application for your phone.With this... continue reading
Do you use it?From time to time I do. I can say, it's pretty good! But unfortunately it has several annoying bugs:1. If you have a call when attributing a photo and then you are back to proceed keywording you will find the photo submitted. And you can't change it then: cancel and resubmit only. 2. You can't pause your submission process (not a bug but a minus). I would like to have lunch first, then finish the submission process.3. You can't change the attributes of... continue reading
I wasn't sure if my iPhone was good enough to take images that DT would accept.So I gave it a try, mainly because I can't always carry my big Nikon camera everywhere and I have taken some images with the iPhone that would like to try to sell.I submitted 2 images and I'm very happy to know that both of these images were accepted.Here they are:And this is what the main plaza of my city looks like, this is Leon, Guanajuato Mexico. continue reading
Well, in the spirit of how Dreamstime does things around here, celebrating every milestone, I wanted to celebrate my 3000th image online!I couldn't be happier with the progress I've been making in the microstock world and Dreamstime has really been a huge success for me.It's very fitting that my 3000th image is a self portrait of me shooting photos with my iPhone.Hmm.Using a Canon 6D and 70-200mm 2.8L on a Manfrotto tripod to capture me shooting with a phone.Very fitting indeed.Cheers!... continue reading
I've really been on a motivated journey recently to get more and more images accepted on the microstock sites I contribute to, especially Dreamstime.I've been increasing my portfolio at a pretty rapid pace and I've seen my downloads increase quite quickly! Part of the thing that has helped me a ton is finding out that I can regularly get images from my iPhone 5S accepted here.So, when I don't have a DSLR handy I bust out my phone and capture the best images possible. I then import to my... continue reading
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