I am well on the way to sorting my photos into managed collections on my photographer profile page, I hope that this will help the designers to find what they need quicker.It was actually easier to do than I though, once I had opened two browser windows at the same time and then typed in the ID numbers from my list of accepted files.My managed collections are on the right side of this page and I will be updating them often.https://www.dreamstime.com/Steveacer_info#res8462901 continue reading
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Hello. I am a new member of Dreamstime community.I’d like to address this topic about "collection management".The collections are theme created by contributors photographers, whose purpose is to facilitate the search for the ultimate consumer who wants to buy images about a particular topic.Since the site has millions of images, to the ultimate consumer orientation is not easy. Therefore, the collection, if it is well done, it can be a great help.In addition, the collection gives photographers... continue reading
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
I work for a busy ad agency, and we need to move large digital files around throughout the week to clients, commercial printers and industry partners. The problem is that some people and some companies don't have FTP sites or FTP programs to access our FTP site. The solution is to use one of the online File Transfer sites that allows you to email someone a link to download the files you are wanting to provide to them. We've used many of these sites.Recently I found a site that allows you to transfer... continue reading
As I have admitted before I am addicted to photography and will go almost anywhere and pay whatever it takes to get interesting,preferably unique,images.Living in Inverness there has been publicity for some time about the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open Golf Championship and because today it was not raining I decided to go and get some great pictures of internationally celebrated Golfers. I thought this being Summertime play would go on until late evening. Wrong. Last tee off was said... continue reading
I'am writing a book and the designer making the cover uses this site and seeing the cover really helps with writers block. I also enjoy seeing the section with similar images makes allot faster to find what you are looking for. Well just wanted to share my quick thoughts on my use and like of dreamstime for my book Internet reputation management for the local business by Reviewboost continue reading
I just figured out something that I should have figured out long ago. But never late then never.The problem was that I just couldn't figure out why the thumbnails of my images always seemed darker on Dreamstime.I thought it was something in way DT processed the images, but other contributors didn't seem to have this problem.I use a color calibration device on my monitor.And I export into sRGB as suggested.But still my thumbnails always seemed darker than what I was developing in Adobe... continue reading
If I asked you, as a photographer what is your most important piece of equipment? The one thing you could not do without, what would your answer be?Your camera, lenses, tripod, laptop, assistant, car? It is not really any of these things. I’m guessing that you would completely miss the number one thing.You.As photographers we take a lot of risks climbing out on limbs, scurrying down a dear trail on the side of a cliff hundreds of feet above the river with all our equipment trying to... continue reading
When you are subscribing a photo on a agency you will be asked to choose a type of license on with your photo will be sold.Type of license may vary slightly depending on the agency but in fact there are two types of license: Rights Managed and Royalty Free.(RM) Rights Managed LicensingIf you choose this type of license for your photo, the terms and conditions of this license will cover the nature and scope of the intended usage witch will automatically determine the fee needed for this... continue reading
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