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2017 in review - November and December: Bucharest protests renewed, Remembrance Day, AMA, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Christmas Around the World and more

In the last blog we took a look at September and October: Toronto International Film Festival, Catalonia Independence Rallies, Las Vegas Massacre, Emmy Awards, New York Terror Attack and more.We have arrived at the final chapter of 2017 in review and to the events that shaped November and December.The Olympic flame lit on Olympia, Athens, Greece and started its long road to Pyeongchang in South Korea where the 2018 Winter Olympics. The ceremony took place on the stadium... continue reading

My first challenge

My name is Victoria, I'm 20 years old and I'm a graphic design student in UBA, Argentina. A year and months ago, my dad bought a restaurant where I had to order all the graphics.First, I had to design the logo. I recommend that when you design a logo is simple and represent as much as possible to what is going to be represented as it is and will be the image of the business in any social network, advertising, etc. and ultimately, the face of the company. You can play with rhetoric but whenever... continue reading

2017 in review - February: Romanians Fight Corruption, Ridley “Alien” Scott Honored, Tensions in Rio de Janeiro, and More That Shaped Our World

In the first episode of 2017, a year in review we talked about January: “The Dude” Honored in Hollywood, Snowstoms Cripple Europe, Women March for Change, and More That Shaped Our WorldWe continue our year in review by bringing February into the spotlight, and let me tell you, for such a short moth a lot has happened while it rolled in.Romania saw an uprising only surpassed by the revolution of 1989 when the Government attempted to pass an emergency ordinance that would have knelt... continue reading

2017 Year in Review - January: “The Dude” Honored in Hollywood, Snowstoms Cripple Europe, Women March for Change, and More That Shaped Our World

2017 has started off in force, it was marked by controversy, world changing political decisions and equality campaigns, by destructive weather events, but it also brought out the good in people and empowered women to a whole new level. As it draws to an end to leave way for 2018 here's a retrospective look at the most important events of the year as seen on Dreamstime.The month of January debuted with the National Board of Review Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City on January... continue reading

Textures of the world

Recently, I began to devote more time to photographing the textures that I find during walks. At first glance, there is nothing unusual in these things, but if you look closely, they are quite interesting. I think there is among you who also draw attention to this. In the photo above, the abstraction - created by nature. A little minus temperature and it turns out here is such a beauty. I can transfer only as much as the technical characteristics of my camera allow. This texture of the iron... continue reading

Creating Powerful Symbols of Peace for World Peace Day

November 17 marks this year’s World Peace Day.Started as a grass roots movement to encourage individuals to create and display origami paper cranes as an awareness campaign for peace – World Peace Dayhas evolved into a political action campaign to help promote peace through policy.  Cranes represent the Japanese symbol for good luck, and have been adopted as a metaphor for world peace.The organizations website Peaceday.org has detailed descriptions for how to fold the animal and... continue reading

What I love about photography

I’ve been involved in photography, in one way or another, most of my adult life. As we’re celebrating World Photography Day on August 19, I took a minute to review our relationship and remember how much joy it brought into my life.I love photography because it brought me my first job, as a photojournalist for a local daily newspaper in my hometown, Galati. I was 22 at the time, and photography made me see the small, poor industrial city with new eyes. Where most people didn’t see anything... continue reading

Waterfalls and the world beyond them

Or the perks of being a photographer. You get to travel and discover the world and come back with stunning views of places that for starters, us, human beings, can only frame them in our houses. But how do you get to stand out with an amazing waterfall capture?Q&As with Dmitry Rukhlenko.1. What do you feel when you photograph a waterfall?        I enjoy photographing waterfalls. Many of them are charming and photogenic. It is said that the flowing water is one of the things that... continue reading

Night scene of city Skyline

Capture Night scenery of cities around the world. This is my dreamHere only have some want to share with you, hope you like it :)      continue reading

From the Caribbean to the rest of the World

When you come from a tiny island in the Caribbean Sea you spend a great deal of time looking outwards to the rest the world and particularly to the places that you hear most about.My portfolio is a reflection of that. I love Tuscany, in Italy and I love the amazement of incredible India. I share the color and spirituality I found in India and the home of some of the best wines in the world through the vineyard tours in Italy.But what can I give the rest of the world from the Caribbean?I share... continue reading

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