The beginners Guide to microstock photography


posted on 10th of june, 2008

The Book Is out and now available for online Viewing. This book is a Year and a Half project and covers everything a beginner should Know or have questions about.The help you succeed In Microstock.

If interested Go to www.rindersmithphotography.com

Here are the table of Contents.
This is not an index so there are things within the chapters that are not listed such as taxes, insurance, copyright & trademark info, editorial work, keywording etc.

Acknowledgements……………………………………………………………..Pgs 4-5
About the Authors ……………………………………………….…………Pgs 6-9
Prelude…………………………………………………………………………………...Pgs 10-11
Introduction……………………………………………………………………………Pgs 12-13
Chapter 1–What Is Microstock Photography?Pgs 14-30
Chapter 2–Getting Started–The Proper Equipment Pgs 31-65
Chapter 3–Technical But Essential Things to know Pgs 66-78
Chapter 4 – What to Shoot…………………………………….Pgs 79-107
Chapter 5 – How to Shoot – Lighting/Composition/Exposure…………………..……Pgs 108-124
Chapter 6 – Post-processing and Workflow.Pgs 125-142
Chapter 7 – Making It Work ..…………………..Pgs 143-146
Appendix I – Model and Property Releases.Pgs 147-149
Thank You……………………………………………………………………………………………….Pg 150

Hope you enjoy it.

Comments (3)

Posted by Linqong on June 11, 2008
This is a very good study photography textbook.
Posted by Rinderart on June 10, 2008
Thank You My Friend and Enjoy.
Posted by Denisebeverly on June 10, 2008
yay laurin! i will look at it very soon. correction i just bought it...



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