hi everyone,i wrote a blog that one of my files has been deleted from online files and going back to pending files. wrote to support and they told me , that the picture of " Tractor green and yellow" that they delet :should not have been accepted as RF stock, because The yellow and green is a recognizable brand of John Deere tractors.this is a good information, i thought that the colors of TRACTORSare just colors :)now i have just to edit the image to editorial :) continue reading
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After about a year on Dreamtime (on and off) I think I am finally coming to grips what is an eligable photo.I do have a concern with a few photos I have taken in the past that have buildings in them.It comes down to 'Is it recognisable?' and 'Should it really be an Editorial image?.The photo is of a quality where it is accepted but I just want to move category.Is it possible with out deleting and resubmittinng? Two examples are:rnrnThanks if you have any help or advice. continue reading
As some of you know from a recent blog, I bought a new "stealth" camera - a Lumix LX5 point and shoot.It has a fast lens and low profile that makes it perfect for going places where a bulkly DSLR might draw attention.I thought I'd bring it along on a grocery shopping trip with my wife.Now if you've never paid much attention to all of the brand names and logos in the supermarket, you certainly will when you try to find a good picture.Everything in the supermarket is slapped with a label,... continue reading
For some time I have this strange feeling that microstock editorial images are the next big thing that is about to happen in the field. I often shoot editorial images while being hired by a tabloid or magazine here in Germany, and of course they get those images and I don't publish them here . However sometimes it happens that doing my work I am at a venue that is of international interest so I tend to snap some pictures for the Dreamstime editorial section . Now looking at the details it comes out... continue reading
Hi All ,Here is an 30 minute video explaining how we go about building a shot list for a day of shooting. This is not for everyone but I hope you can find one small piece of info that will help your future productions.Cheers,JonathanAVAVAI am so sorry everyone. What a goof up. Here is the link. Please have a good chuckle over this one. LINK continue reading
NOTICE : The fact remains that better the camera, the more approval ratio you have and more sales as well, but I am writing this blog from my experience and analysis.When I hit the stock concept on google, it wasn’t microstock. It was about RM (Rights Managed) Stock photography. I was a regular visitor to ****** , and used to admire the pictures and the creativity there. Its there I understood that photography whether digital or analog was more about post-processing than clicking theand when... continue reading
In one of our Czech magazines, a professional photograph talked about contracts he had to sign during his career. We are used to the one of Dreamstime, and so it might look almost fantastic to us what can be written in a contract.In one of the contracts, mentioned by the photographer, was written that all the photos bought by the client can be used and spread all over the world and Universe. The photographer couldn´t but comment, “O.K., but I agree just with our galaxy.”I wonder if it... continue reading
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