If you struggle to find time to get your photos up in stock agencies, consider Sandra Foyt’s experience
If you’re in need of some inspiration for your next shoot, professional stock photographer Marilyn Nieves has an idea for you
void photo artifacts. Low-quality photos often conatin artifacts. Photos quality can be measured in size but it can also be measured in quality.
New to stock photography? Start here. The more you get your photos out there, the more chances you have to turn your photography hobby into income.
Insider photo submission tips for stock images by Marilyn Nieves, a stock photographer and former inspector
Shooting daily not only does it keep your skills sharp and give you a fresh stream of photos to submit to your stock agencies. Here is a look at day 36 of our progress in our 100 Day Photo Challenege
take a look at some of last year’s best-selling photographs from Breakfast Stock Club readers, and what see we can learn from them to make sure we’re taking photos we can sell this year.
Breakfast Stock Club Reader Survey Results – Here’s how it all shook out with your input
Stock Streamlining, Step #4: Figure out what’s selling – Once you’ve started building up a portfolio of accepted images, you’ll want to keep an eye on what’s selling best so that you know what to shoot and submit moving forward.
Valerie Haas mentioned that she had nearly doubled her stock photo income in one year, I was all ears!