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Global Warming

April 22 is Earth Day.The tipping point has been reached. Politicians and corporations have joined the rest of us in sharing concern for what human activity is doing to the earth. As a consequence there is an increasing demand for images that illustrate these major issues.Everyone from the UN Committee on Climate Change to an academy award winning former US Vice President have played a part in shifting public opinion to the side of the... continue reading

When to upload holiday images

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, everyone!   Oh, you don’t know? It may be September, but in stock photography world, it’s Christmas already. Let me explain.We all know that uploading seasonal photos can provide a nice, recurring, steady income if done right. Right? Well, probably the most important part of doing it right is timing.Two things to consider regarding timing: 1. (For photographers) time needed to get noticed and 2. (For buyers) time needed for clients who notice... continue reading

Moving forward

Attended an agricultural show in Botswana and as i was having my camera with me i took a few images which i later uploaded on dreamstime and were all approved. Since joining dreamstime my love for photography has been growing and i feel i'm becoming better and better with each day.       continue reading

A beautiful gem of a lake

      I would love to introduce to all of you wonderful Dreamstime compadres a beautiful hidden gem here in East Texas, my stomping grounds.Lake Nacogdoches.It isn't very large, it isn't on the travel agents radar. It just sits quietly, a cobalt blue gem nestled in an emerald green carpet of east Texas pines.Wifey & I went there the other day, just a "one day get away vacay". Very serene & peaceful, due to the fact that although there were other people there, the other... continue reading

Andean trails: South Bolivia

Just back from the most beautiful photographic travel I ever did, from Chile to Peru, I want to share with you some of the magic landscapes of Bolivia.     The Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve is situated in the southwestern region of this country, near the chilean border.It is located at more than 4.000 mt above sea level and it needs usually some days to get acclimatized and avoid altitude sickness.     The reserve's major attractions are erupting volcanoes, hot... continue reading

Golden look of paddy fields

Have you ever seen the Golden fields of paddy when it is ready to ripe, then they cut, collect and thresh the paddy. Beautiful look.       continue reading

Tips For Getting Your 'National Geographic' Shot

    Getting that perfect shot can be difficult. There are a number of different variables that come into play that can make or break whether that shot is National Geographic worthy, such as lighting, motion, gear, and even the camera case. These tips are designed to help you get the best shot possible, not matter what the situation.1. Know the LightThe first thing you should do is assess where the light is coming from and use that to your advantage. Whether the light is natural or... continue reading

WOW what a sale

Like many of you, I regularly check my sales. On most occasions I read with pleasure a sale of one of my food images such as, for $0.25, which gives me a sense of pride.Imagine my surprise and joy when I looked at my sales to see a sale of $3.75 for one of my images of Birmingham library. Hopefully this will lead to an increase in sales of my architectural images. continue reading

Competition entry

In 2015 I entered a competition for the British Ordnance Survey to provide an image for one of their new maps of the British Isles.When I first submitted my entry I checked regularly to see if there were any signs of my entry progressing, but after two months I gave up. Was it worth entering was in my mind? Imagine my surprise and delight this week when I received a complimentary copy of the map bearing my image.The image I submitted was of Birmingham library taken from an angle to give an interesting... continue reading

Village Minge, Lithuania

Minge is old small fisherman's village located in Silute Region on river Minija. Village is part of Nemunas Delta Regional Park and he is unique in Lithuania as the main "road" is river. For this reason it call - Lithuanian Venice. Beautiful place for rest in all times of year.             continue reading

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