Well here it is...my first 50 sales on Dreamstime after one year and two months when I have joined DT.This is my latest sold image of Pamukkale in Turkey. This image is sold four times so far and I think it is currently image with most sales in my portfolio.I think this is pretty good result since I have less then 200 images in my portfolio. I'm pretty satisfied, and I will try to upload more and increase my portfolio size.Most of my sales are images from my vacation trip to Turkey last... continue reading
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Macro photography is why I have started my photography seriously two years ago. World of insects, bugs, spiders. To be able to see such a small details of a small jumping spider, or a ladybug, butterfly, dragonfly or just a house fly, was very interresting to me, so I have decided to give myself a try with macro photography.For a while I was amazed with 1:1 standard macro magnification which you can get with every standard macro lens. But still there are some subjects that are just to... continue reading
Macro photography has intrigued me because it reveals a world of something you have never noticed before, and it blows it up to a striking life-size image.Macro photography has yielded numerous amazing discoveries in otherwise seemingly mundane subjects. Let's take a look at how to achieve macro magnifications.P&S macro settingProbably the most familiar method to all of us is the macro option on our P&S cameras, indicated by a flower icon. While this is a decent place to start, I have a... continue reading
I have learned a great deal from a lot of the Dreamstime folks that are willing to share information.One thing I really struggled with was how to isolate a subject.If you read the blogs you will find many ways to do this and I have tried most of them.I really believe that every body will find what best works for them. I find using the sponge tool works the best for me.But a tip I do have that seemed to turn the corner for me was to drastically crank up the magnification. I mean to... continue reading
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