Shooting sellable stock photos indoors isn’t that difficult. You’ll be surprised at what’s possible with just window light, simple props, and the right background
Get Stock Photo images in your idle time. Breakfast Stock Club member Rosanne Tackaberry shares a way to make idle time fun and profitable
Winter stock photos and excursions can produce some of the best stock photos; storm clouds are full of mood and emotion… and tell a more interesting story
Sometimes we all need a little kick in the you-know-what. Which is what Adobe set out to do with their Photo Stock challenge. Reader Caroline Maryan took the challenge to heart… and got a lot more out of it than the prize.
Adding a polarizer (or polarizing filter) to the front of your lens cuts glare and adds a punch of color, just like wearing polarized sunglasses.
Silhouettes are awesome for stock photography because, by their nature, they are anonymous and somewhat generic, which means they can be used for a wide variety of projects.
Stock agencies are extremely picky with model releases. Here are a 4 quick tips to deal with model release issue with your stock photo submissions
The challenge was to find any photo subject and “work the shot” by taking as many shots of it as possible for stock photo submissions. Here are two results.
No matter what you shoot, from pets to travels to food… it’s always important to take multiple shots from different angles and perspectives.
Shooting with a phone is a great tool to improve your composition skills. Everything that applies to your “big camera” photos also applies to your mobile photos.