Concept and editorial market


posted on 24th of august, 2013

Hi!! Sometimes quality supplementation quantity,sometimes quantity supplementation quality.Was talk and talk more about the concept in stock.Because that brings sale, concept and conceptual.
But also some editorial stock bring sales,and you know that.


Editorial with people, supermarket, objects, company, logo,etc.
But some editorial sell better.For example, this:

If you want to be successful here in sales,don't do autumn leaves on the bench because like that does not bring sales here.
Is easy:concept and trade(photo market trade and more). This is the recipe for success.And sales will come.Slowly but surely.Good luck everyone!:) Don't be afraid to take the camera with you when you go to market!:) Because a romanian proverb says:does not bring year, which brings time(moment). Cheers!

P.S.For example: 17 days after was accepted this image "Ice creams in grocery store"was sold for $ 5.83 :)



Comments (25)

Posted by Laurasinelle on September 02, 2013
Great images! Thanks for sharing!
Posted by Lenutaidi on August 30, 2013
Thank you, Enrique! Welcome!:)
Posted by Egomezta on August 30, 2013
You have amazing images, good blog, thanks for sharing.
Posted by Lenutaidi on August 28, 2013
Thank you very much, Pindiyath100! Your favorite is "Electronic games":)).Best regards, Lenuta!:))
Posted by Pindiyath100 on August 28, 2013
hmm...it seems that you've nailed them all well, Lenuta!! :) The image titled 'Electronic Store' is my favorite. Gotta love the the lighting... :) Need to find if Bigotti has a retail outlet here. Their collection looks fantastic!!
Posted by Gheburaseye on August 26, 2013
This is true, I only have to apply this concept for my illustrations.
Thank you!
Posted by Lenutaidi on August 26, 2013
Thank you very much, Hellen8! I think I will..:)beacause I hope:)
Posted by Hellen8 on August 26, 2013
Great photos and concept !
I wish you many sales :-)
Posted by Lenutaidi on August 26, 2013
Thanks, Dejai63! Yes, Celiaak is is perfectly true!
Posted by Celiaak on August 26, 2013
That is a good tip. I also notice my market photos selling better for credits.
Posted by Dejai63 on August 26, 2013
Thanks a lot it is nice to know this.
Posted by Lenutaidi on August 25, 2013
Thank you very much, Rahela!Where you can is good,where can not be...this is..some of let you shooting,some of don't let you.Important thing is to stay calm and move away:)Go planet!Go to the mall and shoooting any,whatever,all!:)
Let's make stock!Let's make money!!:)Have fun!!:)And don't forget: from time to time also created some own concepts!!Cheers!!
Posted by Rahela on August 25, 2013
But wait!!!Stop,Rahela!:))Do you like my pictures(conceptual)?..because the editorial you dont really agreed(I like and these and Im proud of those editorial if you want to know:))

I haven't said I didn't like your photographs ;)
I was just wondering about the "other side" of taking them - mainly the legal side of taking photographs in the stores/supermarkets, and how to handle shooting them on the field.

Thanks for the explanation. Keep on shooting, they certainly have potential!
Posted by Lenutaidi on August 25, 2013
Henry,my lens is 18-55mm,modest like me:).I often use metal shopping cart, I supporting the side:) When you don't have cart,you can use a faster speed.You must shoot products in well-lit,preferably warm light(3200K).Yet it is not a rule but otherwise after must make time to remove noise using noise-removal software.Good luck,Henry!:)Best regards!
Posted by Henrymm on August 25, 2013
Love your idea of shooting in the mall and the way responding the security once you are caught and ask to stop taking photo.

I wanted to do that but not enough courage till today.

But wanted to know one thing, how do you control camera shake under the dim lights?
Notice that you use around F4 and ISO ranging from 400-800, but can you eliminate noise?
Is your lens a quick lens?

Thank you in advance.
Posted by Lenutaidi on August 24, 2013
Thank you, Shopartgallerycom!
Posted by Shopartgallerycom on August 24, 2013
I have noticed you bring your camera everywhere....:-) Not bad at all, I suppose this depends by each ones personality....But I think is a good thing when you sell stock photos. Different subjects = more money. I wish you many, many sales the photos are good and your port is lovely. Keep on shooting!
Posted by Lenutaidi on August 24, 2013
Thank you, My King!:) From now and sales will come slowly but surely as a Buick car:))Cheers!
Posted by Alvera on August 24, 2013
Yes, good concept and photos. Wish you many sales, good potential.
Posted by Lenutaidi on August 24, 2013
Thank you, Jdanne!
Posted by Lenutaidi on August 24, 2013
I have my camera with me everywhere when I go to the market or supermarket,Rahela.Careful to the specific sign sometimes, sometimes not...of course they make editorial(only if you have time to edit and remove specific signs, then you can make commercial-at RF ).And when sometimes comes to me bodyguard and say::"hey,stop!you can't take pictures here!!"I respond decent,civilized: ok!! and go on to do my market with my shopping cart:)Easy!Is fun!But wait!!!Stop,Rahela!:))Do you like my pictures(conceptual)?..because the editorial you don't really agreed(I like and these and I'm proud of those editorial if you want to know:))
Posted by Rahela on August 24, 2013
I was just wondering - many stores (Ikea comes to mind, but I've noticed the sign on others as well) have a specific sign on the entrance that you cannot bring your camera in and take photos.

So you bring your camera anyway and just submit those photos like editorial?
Or you are careful where you can / cannot take photographs, and take photos only where it is allowed?
Posted by Jdanne on August 24, 2013
Nice concept photos! Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.
Posted by Lenutaidi on August 24, 2013
Thank you, Concetta!...yes it is a true proverb:)
Posted by FabioConcetta on August 24, 2013
Great images, technically well done! Beautiful this proverb, do not know him!



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