hi all,so far added 3 pictures and well quite daunted by the number of grt picture people have taken and posted.I love photography and started dabbling with my dslr. Any feedback on my picture are welcome and really appreciated.Thanks and best of luck to everyone continue reading
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I have just joined DT and am already having fun.I uploaded a few shots from a crab fishing expedition off the coast of Alaska and all were accepted.I'm really looking forward to building a large portfolio next year if time permits and it is great reading the experiences in every else's blogs.That is a nice feature here at DT. continue reading
> It took a little break, but I'm back to uploading pictures, hopefully somewhat more consistantly from here onwards. I just hit my first level 3 image and I'm well chuffed about that, I must admit I have always liked that Zebra shot :)Hope to get more sales more often, any tips for getting more hits/traffic pointing my way?Thanks Stockers! Si continue reading
only two days Yoohooo!!!!some of my personal favorites continue reading
Hello everyone!I'm new to the Dreamstime community and would just like to share the overwhelming joy of my first photos being accepted on the website. I didn't expect ten, let alone twenty five!I only joined less than a week ago but I have been taking photos for years and I'm glad to finally be sharing my work professionally. The photograph and artwork on this website is outstanding so I am proud and flattered to be a part of it.Although I only consider myself an amateur at the moment,... continue reading
I was going to wait for my 1 year Stock Photo anniversary to pass before posting this, but having recently reached my annual target for uploaded images this year, and passing a milestone I certainly didn't expect to reach so soon, I decided to write it now, I don't think there are any more reachable milestones in the next month and a bit unless I get a couple EL sales or Google do another mass image purchase.I'll start with a very satisfying announcement, a couple of months ago I was wondering... continue reading
I often see newbies asking questions on the message boards about what types of images are needed in this highly competitive business. To understand what end users are looking for, I recommend looking at the way dreamstime classifies images into categories and sub-categories.This is the their way of telling you what is being searched for by their users.Take the Business category, one of the most popular categories for stock images, as an example.You'll see the sub-categories break down as follows.... continue reading
hi folksDecided to try and broaden my portfolio and after a lot of thought (and rejections) decided to try images of architecture around my local area.I hoped that this would open new avenues of photography and appeal to a wider audience of views and sales.I was delighted to get my first one accepted (first time) so hopefully this genre will provide the gateway to increasing my portfolio, broadening the subject matter and of my library and hopefully something that will be acceptable to DT... continue reading
hi folksWell when i started with DT i set myself a target, get 50 images accepted, i am pleased that today i successfully crossed that off my to do list, well not really i just added another 50 and now aiming for the round 100. At the same time i was concentrating on keeping a good acceptance ratio but i have to say the past couple of months has been a challenge to meet my goals, small as they may be.Although i have been in photography for some time and done quite a bit... continue reading
Stock photography has really got me thinking about what THEY (buyers) really want.My usual fun and forgetful photography isn't proving of any interest to potential buyers.I had to ask myself a few questions.Wondering day and night what it was that I was missing.After deciding to research the site and others, I found that it was sometimes very simple.Talented photographers take oranges cut, sliced, peeled or whole and make them dance before the lens.I was in awe at how my kitchen could... continue reading
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