>Hey All! I'm new to Dreamstime and Stock Photography in general, I have already had a handful of random images accepted, and am simply looking for insight into how I can get more exposure and hopefully more sales. I have been taking photos for 2 decades and take great pride in my work, please let me know what you think of what I have so far, good and bad, I can take it!Also, most of my travel images are from when I was shooting for pure enjoyment with no foresight that I would ever use these images... continue reading
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It was January 2015. I had joined Dreamstime just a few months before that: October 2014. By then, I had just uploaded the pictures I had taken since I bought my DSLR and found that had just about 66% survived the review process. I found myself wondering: where can I get more subjects? What else could I photograph that would be worth uploading to DT?I found out that tweeting mi images increased the number of views. I knew that this most likely WON'T mean that anyone would buy an image. But I thought... continue reading
I've been taking pics all my life but didn't start getting serious about it until my first child was born in 1995. A year later I started a small bakery business specializing in cookie bouquets. I had a lot of fun and learned a lot staging my cookies for pictures for my brochures.Speed forward to today, and while I am no where near a pro, I do have a few non-profit organizations that I take pictures for. Mostly, I cover events for organizations' web sites, social media and newsletters.My... continue reading
Hey Everyone,Never posted a blog before so thought I'd make a start by posting about my very limited experience with the world of stock photography.Photography has been a serious hobby for me for around 2 years now (serious in the sense of purchasing my first SLR and spending time getting to know how to use it and take good shots, 2 years ago i didn't even know the correct term for Depth of Field). I first heard about stock photography around a year ago, but never really looked... continue reading
Finally! I sold my first picture! I had already sold 8 illustrations and despite my happiness was not fully satisfied. The photo in question is one of my favorite shots ... And at this point, I think of being even a little jealous =P..at a step out of my 50 approvals .. I can only wish you good sale!Byee! continue reading
First things first: Hi. My Name is Konstantin (yep call me Konsti pls) and i´m 19 years old. So i did photography for a year now and wanted to go commercial since i started this thing. I love it! I´m kinda addicted to upload. Until the weekend, i think I´ll gonna get exklusive with dreamstime.Happy shooting to all and sorry for my english!Konsti continue reading
So hello everyone. I'm the newbie on the block. I just joined today as a contributor. I'm still waiting for my first image to be approved. *crosses fingers* Hopefully people out there will like my stuff and download something.My name's Christina. I'm a 90's alternative chick at heart. I love big comfy sweaters, chipped nail polish, and my faux-retro eyeglasses. (Without which I couldn't see.)I guess I should tell you about my art. I'm a photo-manipulator. I take macro photos of every... continue reading
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