I remember my first image approved by Dreamstime. This was some tine ago. Until now I have experimented and learned many things about the photography techniques, framing, crop, exposure, blue hour, golden our, Photoshop, Lightroom, how to organise my photos, how to clean my lenses and a lot more. In the time i changed my camera and my shoots quality increased. This weekend I did an analysis of my stock portfolio and observed that my photos have views on Dreamstime but no sells. Strange because some... continue reading
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2017 in review - November and December: Bucharest protests renewed, Remembrance Day, AMA, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Christmas Around the World and more
In the last blog we took a look at September and October: Toronto International Film Festival, Catalonia Independence Rallies, Las Vegas Massacre, Emmy Awards, New York Terror Attack and more.We have arrived at the final chapter of 2017 in review and to the events that shaped November and December.The Olympic flame lit on Olympia, Athens, Greece and started its long road to Pyeongchang in South Korea where the 2018 Winter Olympics. The ceremony took place on the stadium... continue reading
2017 in review - September and October: Toronto International Film Festival, Catalonia Independence Rallies, Las Vegas Massacre, Emmy Awards, New York Terror Attack and more
July and August brought us Game Of Thrones season 7, Tour de France, Hurricane Harvey, Solar Eclipse and much moreso let's take a look at what September and October had in store around the world through the eyes of our contributors.Hollywood legend, Arnold Schwarzenegger, was never only famous for his movies or political career. Before all that he was a world class athlete being crowned Mr. Olympia in 1970. Fitness and bodybuilding enthusiasts and professionals have looked up to him... continue reading
2017 in review - July and August: Game Of Thrones season 7, Helmut Kohl passes away, Tour de France, Hurricane Harvey, Solar Eclipse and more
In our last installment of 2017 in review we took a look at May and June: Soyuz Launches to ISS, Macron Wins French Presidency, Giro D'Italia, Wonder Woman and Spiderman open in theaters and more.Time to have a look at what happened in July and August through our contributors' images:The Polish people have risen against the changes made to the judiciary system by the government. These changes seriously undermine the independence of law and give way to more widespread corruption.... continue reading
2017 in review - May and June: Soyuz Launches to ISS, Macron Wins French Presidency, Giro D'Italia, Wonder Woman and Spiderman open in theaters and more
In our last episode of 2017 in review, we saw the events of March and April: Beauty and the Beast, Nor'easter, Fate of the Furious, Guardians of the Galaxy vol.2, March for Science and more. Let's take a look at what happened in May and June in images by our own contributors. The first manned launch to International Space Station took place at the Baikonur cosmodrome in Khazakhstan in the Soyuz MS-04 with Roskosmos cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin and NASA astronaut Jack Fischer. Earlier this... continue reading
2017 in review - March and April: Beauty and the Beast, Nor'easter, Fate of the Furious, Guardians of the Galaxy vol.2, March for Science and more
In our second episode of 2017 in review, we had February: Romanians Fight Corruption, Ridley “Alien” Scott Honored, Tensions in Rio de Janeiro, and More That Shaped Our World.Once March came about, things were starting to slow down a bit, at least so it seemed.Beauty and the Beast, the Disney live action film that followed the original animation in detail, opened on March 2 with a Los Angeles premiere attended by the film's stars and not only. It went on to become the highest... continue reading
2017 in review - February: Romanians Fight Corruption, Ridley “Alien” Scott Honored, Tensions in Rio de Janeiro, and More That Shaped Our World
In the first episode of 2017, a year in review we talked about January: “The Dude” Honored in Hollywood, Snowstoms Cripple Europe, Women March for Change, and More That Shaped Our WorldWe continue our year in review by bringing February into the spotlight, and let me tell you, for such a short moth a lot has happened while it rolled in.Romania saw an uprising only surpassed by the revolution of 1989 when the Government attempted to pass an emergency ordinance that would have knelt... continue reading
2017 Year in Review - January: “The Dude” Honored in Hollywood, Snowstoms Cripple Europe, Women March for Change, and More That Shaped Our World
2017 has started off in force, it was marked by controversy, world changing political decisions and equality campaigns, by destructive weather events, but it also brought out the good in people and empowered women to a whole new level. As it draws to an end to leave way for 2018 here's a retrospective look at the most important events of the year as seen on Dreamstime.The month of January debuted with the National Board of Review Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City on January... continue reading
The Nikon D810 is the second generation of Nikon’s D800 line and brings some great improvements over the original D800/800e series. The new sensor’s improved low light performance combined with the lack of a low pass filter give sharp crisp images, and the overall function of the camera has been sped up and refined over the D800.The D810 is my go to camera for just about every situation, from food and product photography, to portraits, landscapes and photo journalism, the D810 performs.The beauty... continue reading
Cameras, if you’re reading this you probably have one, or two or three…And you might be wondering do I need another one?Last year I was wondering that too and decided to jump the gun and change things up a bit. Instead of getting a new Nikon I decided to go much, much smaller and got a Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100.And after almost 9 months, here’s my (very) simplified review as I’m writing this at midnight.This camera is great. In fact it’s fantastic.Why?First of all, it’... continue reading
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