Editorial photography turned into stock


posted on 24th of february, 2012

Hello, this is my first blog , so bear with me . I wanted to share my experience with editorial, street photography turned into stock , since I think very few of us tackle this niche . I did some research and since there are so many royalty free stock images on this particular site and on the internet in general , I found it very difficult to come up with fresh ideas. So I wanted to take a risk and I was surprised to notice that my editorial photos had considerably more views than my non editorial ones. So I continued to upload this kind of photographs and now I have to say my editorial pics have a big part in my portfolio and bring me most of my income. rnThe conclusion is : I encourage you to take a risk since your editorial photos might be rejected and try to see if it's an opportunity you haven't...

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Posted by Miraclemoments on April 18, 2012
I have just finished browsing your portfolio and noticed the large amount of editorial images you have. Was wondering about it then I saw this blog you did. Thanks...will look into this.
Posted by Ralukatudor on March 22, 2012
yes, you are right ...check out my portfolio and see what kind of photos I have to get an idea.
Posted by Dan1 on March 22, 2012
I just read a article on this. PHOTOGRAPHY through a departnent store or restraunt does not requiree a 'mR' as long as the photograp is used as an editorial. Am j right or was thesubject wromg?



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