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Not just the Longest but Strongest too

San Juanico Bridge was known to be the longest bridge in the Philippines spanning a body of seawater with the length of 2.162 kilometers and width of 10.620 meters supported by 43 spans. The bridge connects two provinces of Samar and Leyte and dubbed as the "Bridge of Love" as this was dedicated by the late Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos to his wife, Imelda who was known as the "Rose of Tacloban."In aerial view, the bridge took the shape of letters "L" and "S". The letter 'L" on... continue reading

Too typical, kitsch?

Winter 2013 in the Picos de Europa, Castilla y Leon (Spain), we had a nice snowfall at the hides of Wild Watching Spain and the passerine species coming to the feeders were the dream of a wildlife photographer. Bullfinches were also present, beautiful males and females on the snow and when the hide keeper added some red berry bushes to the scene the whole thing got dangerously near to what you would like to call "kitsch", this german word which doesn't seem to have a decent translation so far but... continue reading

The tiniest and endemic too!

In 2014 I had the opportunity to visit again the Island of Cuba which is a very attractive destination for wildlife photographers. Besides of the beautiful beaches, excellent rum and friendly cubans the island boasts with quite a number of endemic birds.Among all of the exotic bird species, Hummingbirds seem to be the bestsellers by far! Among my popular images are the ones of Hummingbirds from Peru and those one from Cuba followed the rule.The Bee Hummingbird is a very special guy: it is... continue reading

I got it too - 200 pictures in my portfolio.

I see that in Dreamstime community it belongs to the good manners to celebrate specific milestones publicly. Well, for me, the very important goal was to reach the 200 photos milestone. Why? When I was starting to contribute photos into photobanks, I searched for some tips and experiences. Once somewhere I saw an information that bunch of people (80 % ? or 90 %? well, simply a lot) never ever gets over two hundred pictures in their portfolio (because they do not have enough patience with this kind... continue reading

How Much is Too Much?

I just had recently had some images approved and got a couple rejections with the comment that I had too many similar images that would dilute the sales of my approved images.My original thought was to let the customer choose which image raise to the top, and I had slightly adjusted different keywords to see which would bring more interest.My question is then is it best to specialize in a specific subject or have a thinner broad spectrum of content?  continue reading

Chinese staff is too hard

Although the Chinese have made great contributions to the world economy, but the Chinese staff is too hard.33632496[/imgr]31603998[/imgr] continue reading

Too happy, finally got the first one to download.

Waiting is always very tough.From the first uploaded to the present, about three months. Turn on the computer will be open every day DT view.Today, just as usual, but the accident there had seen revenue figures - 0.96.I can not believe it. Click to go to see, really yes.Really happy.This will be a new beginning -If you're like me, please be patient and keep trying to finish your work, one day you too will be pleasantly surprised! ! ! continue reading

Too hot !!

This year, in Europe there is a terrible heat. African peace in many Member States residents do not give a temperature from the Mediterranean deep into the continent. Anyone who needs to work and spend leisure time in is very hard. Heated walls of concrete and steel buildings do not give peace of mind. The only solution to this problem is air conditioning.Good luck to those who can swim in their own pool, unfortunately I do not have just as much luck.But I have something else, of which... continue reading

Tripods...Useful or Too Heavy to Carry?

Many of you already know that in order to capture tack sharp images either with a macro lens or a telephoto, you must use a sturdy tripod.Additionally, using a shutter release and changing the setting within your camera to keep the mirror up, will all help assure the sharpest images possible with your own specific set-up.I believe we have all been guilty that we just want to go out and snap some images and not wanting to lug around a heavy tripod, I have been there.Later, i have regretted... continue reading

Filtering: how much is too much?

Hey everybody,recently I uploaded this image which is one of my favourites of my recent shoot. It is the Capelo do Ferrel in Portugal (image ID 29327797). I added a slight filter on it to bring out the white of the walls and the clouds against the blue of the sky.I know I'm opening up a can of worms here and I am aware of the different opinions circulating on various photography forums, but I wonder how much filtering is too much.The reason I uploaded this image was because I see a lot... continue reading

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