Hello Everyone,What a wonderful end to the day to find all your hard work is paying off! Yes someone out there in the big wide world has purchased a license to use one of my images!!How exciting, I do wonder what project it was for?! Thank you to that person for putting a big smile on my face today!Just a little note to announce my happiness and how much I am enjoying getting to know Dreamstime!Billie xx continue reading
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Just as I was thinking my sales were slow this month compared to the previous three, I found this morning that I had sold two TIFF extended licenses (W-EL & P-EL) for the same image:I think it's probably the same buyer, which seems unusual. Has anyone else had this experience?Thank you to the buyer! continue reading
I was searching where my images were being used. I saw one of my image was here:the link of the imageIt is being sold as a wall decoration. At first I was flattered but then I got that question.Can they use my images like that?Do you know the answer? continue reading
Some works of art, photographs we find in attics, in the old cellars, trenches, in dilapidated buildings. Among them there are absolute masterpieces, very successful exclusive footage that could be forever lost. The author of these works, as a rule, is not known, but what to do? Do not disappear as good! I believe that the Saviour, who had raised such works from oblivion, has the full right to sell their licenses until't find the original author, and even in the case of detection of authorship he... continue reading
While browsing the Internet, I came across an article from February 2011 about a company that made a costly mistake when they used an image without permission on their website, and that image was registered with the U.S. Copyright Office. This mistake ended up costing the company $4000. According to their story (which you can read here), most of their images come from stock photography sites, but this one slipped through the cracks.The company is now trying to educate others about image copyright... continue reading
To be honest I uploaded 807 images, but, anyway, this is a good news!This is the image number 800!And it's not over: this month, for the first time, I sold my first P - EL license!My first month of 2012 was very good! ;)G.E. continue reading
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