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The Low-Down on Legal Language

There is a recent trend among agencies to shift the legality requirement to the copyright holder who is sending the work to the agent, aka the photographer.A lot of this is practical. The agent cannot certify that a model/property release is legal since the agent was not a witness to the proceedings of how it was obtained (proper signature, compensation, etc). Then there are trademark issues (as products get super savvy to commercial licensing globally) for the items contained in the images. For... continue reading

Isolated in Stock Language

I'm not a big fan of photographing isolated objects, but from my experience as a buyer for three years, I feel pretty qualified for writing on this subject. So here it is:"Isolated" in Microstock Language means plain, shadowless, easy to remove background. So, when you're using this word in your title, description or keywords, you must ensure that you have submitted a well-lit and good contrast subject on a plain, solid color background."Isolated" means that the... continue reading

say "hello" in your native language

I feel like holiday is coming, everything is asleep and slow, summer has arrived here, I suggest lets have some fun yet - say "hello, I am looking forward to holiday" in your native language so as we could see how much cosmopolitan DT is... :-)Czechs say: Ahoj, těším se na dovolenou continue reading

WoW! My First Level 2 Image

This is my first level 2 image,I am so excited.and also there is another image in black background.The images shows how to say "hello world" in more than 50 languages.Thanks continue reading

Forum for photographers and illustrators (in Russian)

There are lots of Russian-speaking people there. It would be wonderful if they had a place to gather and to discuss photo- and art-related questions in their native language. So we started a forum yesterday:There are 6 people there for that very moment, so everyone is welcome. continue reading

Text into images is not always that good

A new post in my blog is dedicated to the theme of text into photos or illustrations.I found out that the English words, despite being absolutely the most accepted worldwide and also the most known, not necessarily are the best way to make your images more successful.Why I say this? Imagine the photo of a visual concept widely understood, say a dart on the target. You let it as it is, is universal and can have a wider meaning, if you add a word on it, say 'success', not only you add to that... continue reading

Language barrier

I want to raise another problem. This is the language barrier.The site has the support of other languages. But! No Russian! I have a lot of talented friends from Russia, but they are difficult to read in English. And me, too ;))). This leads to confusion. We would in future have a service in Russian!Here and now I'm not sure that translated the article into English correctly. Excuse me for bad English (o_-)Come to Russia! It is warm!)))) continue reading

I'm new :)

I'm new here. And since I'm more an illustrator than a protographer, I'm glad DT is accepting illustrations. I've got only 14 images uploaded yet but I will continue. I like being here.Before today I've been only reading the blogs of others and didn't think of making my own mainly because English is not my native language and I find it rather difficult to express my thoughts in it.But I'll try to do my best and will learn.I'm Russian, so some of my images reflect my country's life. But as for... continue reading

Tips for learning a new language

For many people, learning a second or a third language holds a great deal of fascination. But before you run off and decide you would love to learn something because it has a particular flair or attraction, it is best to apply some science to the art.Firstly, most languages have around 800 – 1000 common words. The understanding and pronounciation of these words would well and truly get you by in any language. But understand that numerous studies have shown that there is a direct association... continue reading

Question

It's a problem if I write in ITALIAN?My english is not very well.. however i can improve it!Tell me.. Do you know the italian? and what do you think about?Thx! continue reading

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