How to Successfully Sell Stock Photography
Micro stock sites have become go-to resources for designers and marketing firms who need high quality digital images quickly. Could selling your images as stock be an extra source of income for you? Here’s how to successfully sell stock photography.
Stock Photography; Timing Submissions for Peak Consumer Interest
As a stock photographer, one of the hardest yet most important things to manage is timing submissions for peak consumer…
Stock Photography – Can A Professional Photographer Make It Work?
The world of stock photography has grown tenfold in the last few years, and the large print archives of the…
Pico Images Crowdsources Stock Photography – Two Advertising Art Directors Team Up To Disrupt the Stock Industry
A new player in the crowd sourcing trend launched earlier this month. Advertising creatives Cassandra Nguyen and Grazina Snipas are offering a new way to find custom photography with their site. Pico Images will connect users looking for specific photographs with just about anyone that can use a camera.
Stocksy, a New Stock Photography Co-Operative
Istockphoto founder Bruce Livingstone has just launched a new artist owned stock photography company. Right off the bat what sets this stock photography co-op apart from others is the 50/50 split of the royalties, other stock photo businesses like Getty Images take an 80/20 split.
Incredible Photography of the Universe shot with a stock Canon 7D
Stocking Up: Essential Tips to Getting Your Photos Hosted on Stock Photo Websites
Getting your photos hosted on stock photo websites gives you an avenue additional income streams. Here are a few tips to help you get started with selling your photos on a stock photo website.
2018 Holiday Gift Guide for Photographers | $100 & Under (Stocking Stuffers)
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Jessica Kobeissi & Mango Street Shoot The Same Model In Stockholm
What’s your approach to making the most of a busy street scenario/
Sony CEO Kaz Hirai Steps Down But Leaves Sony Pedigree & Kando In Photography
Our industry has been pushed by Kaz, so what now?