Keep shooting, Keep improving


posted on 24th of july, 2013

This is a theme that you hear not only in photography but in stock photography as well. I can attest that this is the case if you put forth the effort.



Things were rocky when I started about two years ago. My first month were all rejections, but I kept at it and here is the results two years later.

Q3 2011 Acceptance Ratio 31.7%
Q3 2012 Acceptance Ratio 64.5%
Q2 2013 Acceptance Ration 91.0 %
743 Images on line.

I still need improvement, I am still learning all the time. Improve my lighting, improve my composition, and most of all pursuing creating images that convey concepts and ideas better. Still, the adage holds true, keep shooting, keep improving.

Comments (9)

Posted by Egomezta on July 29, 2013
Totally true, thanks for sharing.
Posted by Adeliepenguin on July 29, 2013
Great insight for those starting out or in a rut. Thanks for sharing--I look forward to watching your portfolio continue to grow, with many new sales!
Posted by Cosmostellar on July 29, 2013
Thanks for your article, it makes me go forward .Thank You.
Posted by Infokus408 on July 25, 2013
agreed. learning is never ending. i have to work on the keep shooting part. hehe.
Posted by Heathse on July 25, 2013
...and keep selling!
Posted by Lenutaidi on July 25, 2013
Yes,I agree....keep shooting, keep improving..:)and keep selling:)Congratulations!
Posted by Suyerry on July 25, 2013
I am trying to do the same. Congrats!
Posted by Rosariomanzo on July 25, 2013
Awesome progress, keep it up. Ciao.
Posted by Cammeraydave on July 25, 2013
I agree with you !



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Photo credits: Val Armstrong.

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