Hello there, having started a short while ago uploading, I had to go through the initial common mistakes newbies make. My A.R. at the beginning was very low (17.2 %).Now, less than three months later, I got the hang of it and improved a lot to close to 70%.Why not give newbies a chance? it is hard enough to struggle with small portfolios and getting the first few sales but also to have to raise the average of the A.R. to get the images well positioned on searches. This could take several discouraging... continue reading
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Dear friends, today I want to talk about "Acceptance Ratio". Since I joined to Dreamstime, January 2011 is the first month that I have 100% A.R. and for me it's a great satisfaction!!!Other months I have come close to this goal and finally it was happened :-)I think AR is a very important element for each contributor and if it is high, we understand what is better accepted on DT, then what "potentially" could better sell. It has already been discussed many times in this topic, but I am of the... continue reading
It has been such an exciting week for me!I finally received a published novel from US with my photo on the cover. We are talking about "Truly Everything" The sequel to "Owe it to the Wind" by J.R. Armstrong, which won the best novel of the year. It also has the writer's autograph especially written for me as well.The photo is one taken on the same series as this image, and my friend Andreea, the model, did a wonderful job.The book can be seen and bought on the writer's website JRArmstrong.... continue reading
>It is my first blog entry here at Dreamstime.It is important.It also isn't mine, rather my son's blog entry about his beloved camera. For the ones kind enough to read it, the link is below: An Obituary: Nikon “Nikki” Coolpix, May 2005-June 2010For the ones that do not have the time, the short story is that his camera - "Nikki" - is (was) responsible for most 'travel' images in our portfolio. I am saying 'our' because 3000ad stands for the work of three even though only one name is listed.... continue reading
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