void photo artifacts. Low-quality photos often conatin artifacts. Photos quality can be measured in size but it can also be measured in quality.
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
Stock Streamlining, Step #3: Tips for submitting photos to stock agencies
Keywords are one of the most crucial things you need to boost your stock photo success. Today we look at best practice stock image keywording strategies.
The hardest part of choosing stock images for stock agencies is getting started and maintaining momentum. These are tips thart are easy to stick with.
Breakfast Stock Club member Elizabeth Coughlan uses both Alamy and Shutterstock, and she’s written up a great summary, based on her experience, of the strengths of each.
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.
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