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Epic Design Tips for Creating Movie Posters

Movie posters have been around for more than a century, first used as way back as 1900. The first recorded poster was produced by Georges Méliès, for his motion picture. It’s a fateful coincidence, perhaps, that Méliès was French magician. Our appetite for the whimsical, the dreamy, the beyond-reality, the larger-than-life world of cinema got one of its first sparks from a magician - a perfect story.People of all ages consume stories every day (or even minute) and we are living in... continue reading

My 1st 3 dozen photos online with Dreamstime's love

Now I am excited and can't push my excitement because my 1st 3 dozen photos online with Dreamstime's love , if you check then you will love last two accepted photo ID: 48764262 .Very soon I will cross 50 levels for exclusivity with DT. continue reading

I'm confused. Can you help?

Sorry if my question is obvious, but I have not found an answer to this question.My question is this: What are the rights to be activated when you submit a photo or illustration?- Web Usage (W-EL)- Print Usage (P-EL)- Sell the rights (SR-EL, SR-EL 1, SR-EL 3)use recommended price(recommended price: $250) or set a price $I have seen that I have activated one, two or all in various illustrations.And if this is not well do so. So I turn to the experience of you. What do you recommend... continue reading

Another (P-EL) sale woohoo!

I am pleased to say that I have made a second (P-EL) sale in as many months.This image is of an adult Malachite Kingfisher giving its youngster maybe its last meal before kicking it out.Now I only wish to know what it would be used for.Maybe I will find it printed somewhere.Thank you DT. continue reading

Web Usage and Print Usage

Hi to all, recently I thought about ticking the options for web usage and print usage on all my pictures but then I got afraid this could affect the sales if it means extra costs for the buyer? My question is: if a buyer wants to print a photo of mine and I have not ticked the print usage option, he can still print the photo but if I have clicked it, does he have to pay more?Thanks for any help in this doubts! continue reading

Thanks for P-EL Sale

Thanks to the buyer of this image of a horse stable.This photo was taken at a friend's house in Vermont.We were headed over for dinner and I had asked if I could take some photos of their beautiful piece of property.We left the house a bit later than we had planned and on the drive over I was watching the setting sun cast a beautiful glow on the mountains.I knew I wouldn't have much time to get some shots before the sun set.When we arrived I jumped out of the car with my tripod and started... continue reading

Milestone - First P-EL sale!

I waited a week before crowing about this - just in case it was a mistake or something.Checking in on the old earnings report and seeing a 50 credit sale instead of a sub sale makes ones eyed do a double take.I guess now I'll have to keep my eye out for this image of mine in print somewhere.For those who don't know, P-EL or Print Usage is for physical items for resale (t-shirts, postcards, greeting cards, mugs) up to 10,000 copies. continue reading

my first blog here, i am so happy

hello , i was the first time very quite, because i don't know how to blog here.but yesterday wasthe best time on dreamstime ever, i sold 7 print-licenses.many thanks for the costumer.I want to show you the pictures... continue reading

My First P-EL (!)

Wow!! Hi there, I reached my first P-EL sale! It is a big surprise, which I didn't expect. Has anyone of you found your P-EL (Print Usage) picture published? continue reading

Make Your Print Materials More Effective

Print materials are important to most everyone on Dreamstime, from photographers to designers looking for imagery.Last week in the Project Your Identity series we covered the importance of business cards. While certainly a very important aspect of your physical marketing effort, even the best business card design can only say so much due to its inherently small size. More in depth, high impact print materials such as letterheads, envelopes, flyers, postcards, door hangers, posters, banners, and... continue reading

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