My favourite type of photography is almost certainly macro. Ideally, the type of macro that involves chasing small insects around to no avail in summertime, although I do also have a soft spot for grovelling around in decaying leaves in autumn in order to photograph fungi. When people hear of (or, even worse, witness) my predilection for adopting unseemly poses in public places they often, perfectly reasonably, ask what caused me to embrace this strange behaviour pattern.It’s a fair... continue reading
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Many medicine and pharma or other science companies are existing but still the available scientific images stocks are very limited or less popular. Why it's less interesting for stock. continue reading
This post is written for newbies to simply relate some ofmy experiences with microstock.When you have difficulty sleeping may I recommend that you create images in your head with a view to capturing them in reality the next day. Soon you will fall asleep.Remember that many buyers are trying to illustrate an article in a newspaper or magazine .One day my wife brought home a large 'gold' key that was on the point of being thrown out by a charity shop.It immediately gave me the ideas( at... continue reading
This is a science and technology museum of Chongqing,it is an example of sustainable eco-architecture. The extensive use of sustainable building materials, technologies and processes. External walls of a large area with light weight, high transparency, the membrane shockproof double glazing.at day,Indoor does not need lighting,and at night,lights in the building looks like a "magic lantern". continue reading
I note that sales increase almost exponentially as one's on-line total reaches 500.Learning how to earn money from good images is not rocket science !A penny for your thoughts on how I might do even better. Constructive criticism will be welcome.Thanks to members and Editors of Dreamstime. David. continue reading
There are lots of interesting things right around us. We usually don't notice it because we got used to all these common things. But if we give everything that surrounds us a fresh look, we can make lots of photos that would be of interest to other people.I'm a postgraduate student, a geneticist and work in a lab. So I decided to make best of what I see at my workplace every day.All these bottles, flasks, test-tubes, chemicals...I began making shots a couple of weeks ago and now finally have... continue reading
One of the most refreshing things about any commercial art is that it's commercial with no pretense. My daughter spent two years as a photography major at a famous art school only to quit. She got very tired of people who had to "suffer" for their art and acted like any type of commercial activity was selling out.The glamorous starving artist in a garrett in Paris (I wish) only came in with the rise of Impressionism during the late 19th century. Impressionism was a direct reaction to the invention... continue reading
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