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America and some other parts of the world are somewhat preoccupied with the U.S. presidential election. The candidates are often out and about in public and can be photographed in venues large and small. Images of the candidates are everywhere—and certainly some are coming from Dreamstime. How can you take advantage of any election season photographically in addition to news shots of the candidates?Advertising and promotions show election related images to highlight their brand, products... continue reading

Turkish people demonstrating

July 16, 2016 the Turkish people demonstrating in the streets their support to President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan , on this day a group of soldiers tried to seize power in the country by force.             continue reading

The world of walls

      When the Berlin Wall was torn down more than a quarter-century ago, there were still 16 border fences around the world. Today, there are 65 walls either completed or under construction according to Quebec University research.     I have only seen and photographed one of the walls that is the US-Mexico border fence. And, I had been questioned and hand searched after taking my photos.      Recent rising fences around the EU are just the reminder that... continue reading

Friends Again-Cuban Embassy Opens in Washington DC

After a long time since 1961 the Cuban Embassy in Washington DC has reopened.It was maintained in previous years but not allowed to fly the Cuban flag until July 20, 2015.I arrived at the Cuban embassy on 16th street in Washington DC in the afternoon and found many people and the media at the gate looking at the Cuban flag as well as the embassy itself.There were many signs protesting the blockade of cuba.It is remarkable that this event took place since Cuba almost started WWIII by installing... continue reading

How to Make Money From the News Selling Editorial Photos

When I got started on Dreamstime, I was a traveler with a photography hobby. I hadn't had any professional photography experience before or sold any photos ever, but I was taking pictures everywhere I went, and I thought, why not try to make a little travel money?Where would I start? Most of my photos were of places, cities, and scenery. Most stock photos are of models in poses. That's when I learned about editorial photos. Editorial photos can be sold for news or commentary use and don't require... continue reading

THAILAND People Revolution

THAILAND People Revolutiondoes not have the ability to govern the country we can wait another 4 years to elections other governments for government again. Foolishness is not a problem but the sin of greed and enchantment for power that is the problem which must be eliminated immediately.which can not wait. These are the reasons that so many people came together to expel the great evil which they have manifested in this goverment.Nobody wants their country to be chaos.But nobody wants to live... continue reading

The Elephant and The Donkey

Most of you are probably aware of the iconic images used for America's predominant political parties.The Republican ElephantandThe Democratic DonkeyUsing these two mascots together can turn any topic into a political discussion.What you may not be aware of - I wasn't at first-is that these icons are trademarked.Images using them must always be considered Editorial in nature.The nice thing about political images is thatyou aren't limited to election... continue reading

Texas Protests and Tips for Photographing Rallies

I spent a number of hours at the Texas State Capitol during Sen. Wendy Davis' filibuster. Sadly, my camera was inoperable, but that meant I got to live in the moment, talking to strangers, sharing stories, and shouting. It was also my first time at a Capitol building and my first big protest since the events against Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin a couple years ago.Luckily, I had my camera at the ready during the next wave of protests on July 1st, 2013. I had my sunscreen on (and brought a bottle... continue reading

Cairo's life, politics, children

Hello,I just submitted more editorial images and waiting for approval of the rest and I will post them soon as soon as they get approved.I photographed these photos while i was in Tahrir square in Cairo, EgyptI was trying to capture some interesting photos of life in Egypt from during the revolution and the post revolution periodalso you will find more editorial photos and portrait you will find in my following collections:... continue reading

After the Election...Christmas!

It's been a long election season here in the USA.Now election day is here and I'll be relieved when its over even if it takes days to count up the votes.It seems to have a strangle hold on the country's ability to think about anything else.No doubt retailers are ready for the public to stop concentrating on the election and start thinking about buying Christmas presents.With the constant negative ads speaking about gloom and doom in the economy its bound to put a drag on spending - despite... continue reading

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