When it comes to photographing sites around your location, it should be noted that it's a difficult task to get any sales at all. For example, let's say you live in Paris, France. The Eiffel Tower and the Louvre come to mind, but let's face it. Millions of tourists come to these venues every year and take millions of pictures which means the online stock sties are glutted with these images. To make matters worse, there are hundreds of images like these in the public domain. With so... continue reading
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Are you visiting a location for some other reason than photography but still want to get in some shooting? Then research is the key to maximizing your limited time! You have to do your homework. I recently went to Tucson, Arizona USA for a conference not related to photography. With seminars each morning and afternoon, I knew my photography opportunities were limited. I didn’t want to waste my time in fruitless locations so I did my homework before leaving.When can I shoot? My conference... continue reading
In the contest " Devil of the details " (the first contest on Dreamstime that I joined), I was on 4th place, really close to 3th place and this made me want even more, to participate to the next contest. So, in the contest " Wallpapers " I maximized my chances with 9 photos uploaded. This time, I have uploaded photos and illustration with different thematic. I realized that, even if, I don't win, the contests helps a lot in making my account and photos visible by... continue reading
I've posted a blog on making the best use of the sensor when taking closeups for isolation.Let me know what you think - I think I get visibly more detail when using this method.It only works for long skinny objects, though!Mazimize Your Sensor continue reading
A few weeks ago I was fortunate enough to capture some pretty decent shots of seagulls. Nothing earth shattering but I liked them. I played around with the second one in PhotoShop because I liked the fact that the bird was looking right at you and the pose was very dramatic.Here are the images I made:To my surprise and delight these three images reached level 2 in less then 5 days. I guess it didn't hurt that it was just before Easter, but they are still selling well now. It just goes... continue reading
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