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To manage your camera

To manage your camera and equipment is a must when you do not have time, and must be quick, as my model Vincent who usually get tired after about five minutes of shooting. In my home studio are all ready for use, so i can take pictures of a few minutes, umbrella, backround and the camera is ready for the little tough guy.As to operate your camera is important so your model does not loses focus.  continue reading

How and why to manage a collection?

As you will find on the dreamstime website, managed collections are groups of pictures with a similar theme.They can be something simple as Food or Editorials or Backgrounds, textures.Or can be very specific as Recognizable Landmarks.The choice of what to add is left up to the creator and their thoughts of what may be needed or researched by buyers.   Having a minimum of five contributors as specified by dreamstime will allow the managed collection to become visible on the site.... continue reading

How to Create Collections

Keeping my promise to Whitestar1955 and the newbies who asked about it on my latest BLOG, here's a step-by-step explanation about Collections and how to make them :)Collections are of 2 types, private and public.As a contributor, you might want to organize your DT photos into collections by theme for say faster access ==> if you include photos only by you, you'll have a private collection whose link you can send to your friends or interested buyers, etc. as it won't be visible on Dreamstime... continue reading

How to manage and evaluate your own photos?!

As any kind of management has four basic steps (Planning, Orientation, execution and control) we might make from our life a small business including our micro-stock management.Yes I am going to speak about micro-stock management as a business...Planning: Starting from choosing the subject of the photo that you're going to shoot or to illustrate. Before you start thinking of how and when to shoot, you could make a small case study from what is available online of the same idea and see if it... continue reading

Managing files for submission

How do you manage your files for submission?I have created a folder called DT & then sub folders:PendingAccepted (I love this folder)Rejected (much fuller than I would like)Resubmit.Every time I submit an image I load it into the pending folder.Then after review, I either moves from pending into accepted, rejected or resubmit.I find this works well, so long as I am conscientious about it.It means I know where I am, at any point in time.It also means I am not submitted images... continue reading

Exclusive Photographer application submitted

It's in the hands of the administrators.After nearly 2 and half years of wandering around I am back to dreamstime exclusively and I hope my application will be approved.I know exclusive status isn't for everyone but I think it is best for me.I do not manage my time welli am not organizedI do not do well pulled in different directionsI hope with this decision to see my portfolio grow and sales increase.Hopefully everything is moving in the... continue reading

Techniques for interviews

excerpt from a forum...Is it the truth?How many of you guys do this?"I find that interviewers nowadays are not very trained to interview people.It's like the person who can tell the best story gets hired. Not the best worker.My friend who is working in a head-hunting firm for positions Managers and above tell me,it's who you know that will get you the job. If got 2 people to select from but only 1 open position, but the interviewer or mgr knows one of the candidate, the other candidate... continue reading

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