I haven't checked my stats in a while and went on today and saw that I just made my 300th sale. Right on the nose. It was this photo which just made Level 4:This summer, I caught up on a project I started ages ago, making contact sheets from my various shoots and keeping track of which images sell best - and where different images sell best.This image, and a group of similar backgrounds I shot with my lensbaby when I first got it, have been big sellers for me here on Dreamstime and elsewhere.... continue reading
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Hey fellow Dreamstimers!I found a new tool that allows you to easily track your sales from multiple sites, by image, automatically. I've been using this tool for some time and it really is great as it provides charts comparing your sales from across the web all in one convenient place! I've also found that Dreamstime ranks pretty high among competitors when it comes to my images. Find out for yourself here! continue reading
I have never seen this issue addressed on Dreamstime, so maybe I'm the only person who struggles with it, but I have had a very hard time keeping all the versions of my photos straight.I just realized that I submitted the same photo twice.Sure, I liked it, but I don't think that means I get to submit it twice!Actually, it wasn't precisely the same photo.While in the desert, I experimented a lot with bracketing shots, especially around sunset.When I got back, I did even more experimentation... continue reading
As technology improves, the ease to take better and nicer photographs speeds up quickly.With nikon d300's 3d tracking, 51 point area focusing, its sometimes quite hard to miss a moving object. The success rate is high and it gives you, as the photographer confidenceWith a higher success rate, it translates to lesser wastage of unnecessary shutter counts (that is depreciation which is a cost!)I'm no spokesman for nikon but a camera like this has definitely eased my worries of getting... continue reading
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