4 Months on Dreamstime: Quantity or Quality


posted on 20th of july, 2008

I began my stock photography career here on Dreamstime four months ago from today's date, and over this short period of time I have had 164 pictures accepted and 30 sales, which is descent in my opinion.



However, I have come across a large difference in opinion in whether or not the key to success, in terms of earnings, is having a large portfolio with many pictures available for sale, or by having a small, compact portfolio with only a few, high quality pictures. I seems to me that both ways could be profitable, with neither really having an edge or advantage as both take hard work and determination in order to produce results.

Finally, I would like to thank my dear friend and aspiring model Ms. Heather Martin for all of her hard work and willingness to aid in my stock photography career. I wish her all of the best in her future endeavors and hopefully my photographs have helped her on her way to stardom. Please visit her website at http://www.myspace.com/heatherannmartin and say hello! Also you can find me at http://www.myspace.com/mattographyforever.

That's all for now my friends, I will have another blog post next month on the 20th. Goodluck and keep on shooting!!!

Comments (2)

Posted by Mattography on July 21, 2008
Thank you all very much for your helpful suggestions! Stock photography has such a large learning process behind it, and with the help from all of you we can all become better at what we love!
Posted by Zqfotography on July 21, 2008
I would say have a large portfolio here is more possible to earn more :)



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