The most important thing I have learned from submitting images for the past few years is probably the most simple tip I can pass on to anyone. I never upload an image the same day that I create it. Whether it is a photograph or an illustration, I always wait until the next day and take another look at it with "Fresh eyes" You will be surprised at the tiny details you miss after working on an image for any length of time. So, wait, zoom to 100%, inspect, then upload. Like many of you, I have had an... continue reading
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After I have reviewed my photographs from one of my photography outings I will burn a dvd with all the original files even if they are good or bad.I have several hundred DVDswhich normally I do not go back through unless I need to for some reason.Well I decided to start reviewing those old files again and started to find hidden treasures that I might be able to use on Dreamstime.I can not believe I missed some of these shots the first time around of reviewing but I am pleased to say that my... continue reading
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