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It’s All in the Editing

“You must have a really expensive camera—what kind is it?” This is the question I hear most frequently when friends admire my pictures. People, it seems, imagine that if they had the “right kind” of photographic equipment, they then could take pictures that look just like mine.My experience in photography, however, has taught me that the success of any given photo depends very little upon the kind of camera with which it was taken. Checking my Dreamstime home page right now, I see that nine... continue reading

Fast response!

Just asked DT a question via the online contact form.I'm very happy about the quick response time! Thanks for the CS team!DT, keep going!!! continue reading

In Response to Article: Sorting and searching

I think many of us go back through our "archives" from time to time, even if we're not really doing so just to look for those dusty gems.I like to go back through old photographs now and then, just to reminisce. I was going through a box of photos from about 5 years ago, when I stumbled across a simple photo of a toddler walking up a hiking trail. The little girl is the niece of a guy I once dated (which is why this photo was hidden in a box). I always thought the photo was adorable.I felt... continue reading

In Response To Bringing A Old Image To Life

I am responding to Jennifer's blog posted on 9/11/07. I live within a 30 minutes ride to Niagara Falls. I really became tired of photographing the falls that look like the ordinary tourist image of the falls.I tried something new. I started to image the falls in smaller sections to make them look more abstract.I also wanted to add how much I enjoy Ellen's articles on stock photography and also reading everyones blog articles. Thank you Dreamstime Staff. Kathleen Struckle aka Kittycat continue reading

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