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Color catches the eye

After analyzing my sales, I noticed something that most of you guys knew for ages, colorful pictures attract the attention.Although sales are not always directly connected to views, you still need people to look at your pictures in order to sell them, so the higher you get the views, the better.Try it yourself, type in your random keyword, and look for the best selling pictures in that category. Seldom will you see a picture that isn't colorful (and really really sharp).In my last bunch... continue reading

Saturation, Invention, and a new old direction

So here we all are, slavishly adding new images to an ever increasing pile of creativity and opportunity. But how many times now is the same subject being captured from all perspectives, and how long will it be before we can't add a truly "new" image any more?As a 3D artist working with ever more powerful (open-source) software it is rapidly coming to the point where realism can be created. particularly for inorganic subjects and with less effort and time than ever before. Much more capable artists... continue reading

Experiences with chromatic aberrations of compact cameras

Hello dear dreamstime members,one reason of refusals are chromatic aberrations in the photographies. You all know this subject CA. I am using a compact camera - of course I am saving money for better one non-compact camera, but this needs lots of time - and I had the luck that some few of my images where accepted. I have taken a little bit naivly photographies of different subjects and I had CAs. At first I didn't know what does this mean and then I have informed myself on the internet. After... continue reading

Lightroom Vibrancy

Vibrancy is a nifty little image processing utility that is available, as far as I know, only in Adobe(R) Photoshop(R) Lightroom(R).This image would not be possible without it.It is an image of a stained glass door of a shop. It was taken from the outside, but as the interior of the shop was not bright enough, it actually looked just greyish from outside the shop.Nonetheless the camera' sensor was sensitive enough to discriminate these faint colours and captured some data, but that was... continue reading

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