Hi,I am new to Dreamstime and I would like to get as much as possible from this site in terms of exposure for my images, photographic tips and just see what other photographers are doing.I am from Ireland and based in Dublin.The first selection of images I uploaded are on the theme of 'windows' as portals for looking out onto the worldand also looking into an internal space.I am intrigued by what the camera reveals and also by the colour combinations that arise in natural settings. I... continue reading
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As a child school trips always made me buy a kodak film with 26 exposures to load into an instamatic camera and then plan each portrait well.Sometimes the exposures had been completely been used up before we had got on the bus.The power of friendships we shared as classmates made us want to capture the coolest people laughing or making silly faces or showing off their new jacket.Using a digital camera whilst walking through London the need to get a shot perfect, so as not to waste the film,... continue reading
The media was never in such a worse condition like today. There was a time in history when a newspaper (sole kinda media then) was used as a tool for freedom struggles and a voice against oppression. With the same concept in our heads the world moved on and so did humanity. History changed and repeated but technology kept growing. With the growth of digital technology 'handicraft'(rather something engineered by hands) lost importance andthe mind with machines took over. A machine that was built... continue reading
Is it just me or did I find that Mac is better for editing and processing photo.I never used Mac, but after spending some time with a friend's IMac, all indications, to me at least shows that Mac is way better, have more clean display of images and faster.Any thoughts, guys and gals? continue reading
There is nice feature in Windows Vista / 7 (and WinXP SP3) called "image codecs". This little think allows user to install "plugins" for rendering non-default images (and thumbnails). This is especially needed by photographers working with RAWs.But, there is one big problem... Either Canon, nor Nikon won't us to work with 64bit Windows?!? Or at least they don't want to provide image codecs for their RAWs for 64bit Windows :( And Adobe with their DNG also isn't supporting 64bit Windows. Photoshop... continue reading
Hello all my DT friends.So many news things in this past one week. First one of my image reached the landmark Level Four, This image of Abu Dhabi City,, finally I recorded the 50th sale, 51 to be precise. Now I'm waiting for these images to reach this land mark, some picture needs just few downloads to reach level 4.These images were taken for some of the work I was doing for client. All of them were not intended for stock, and most of them were shot before I joined DT.Now the second... continue reading
ACatholic Cathedral in Guangzhou,China.This is a gothic buildings.The Cathedral was designed by the French architect , use of granite.Some beautiful windows in the Cathedral.The window is stained glass,some bible stories were painted on the glass.very colorful,very beautiful. continue reading
This is a great add on that I recently discovered for Windows.Ever hate how you couldn't preview RAW files unless you opened them in other software programs?Now with this you can view thumbnails and preview them right in Windows!Cool, huh?Best of all, it's a free download.DOWNLOAD it HERE continue reading
This image may or may not exist in reality.The left and right windows are, respectively, the left and right mirror reflections of the centre window.It is a very simply manipulation, but only so as it is digital.It allows me a more effective presentation of the original picture. And if the original have been less than 3MP, now you have three times as many pixels.A designer still have the single window if he needs to, but it looks better in a row of three almost identical windows.... continue reading
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