Smartphone Photography

posted on 25th of june, 2015


With the rise in popularity of the digital camera, today there are millions of devices offering digital photography as a basic capability. Of course, a smartphone that doubles as a digital camera is not the professional’s most preferred piece of equipment but a phone camera does have some significant advantages that make it a highly recommended tool for photographers.

The "indirect" benefits
Carrying a smartphone to the field assists your photography tasks even if you do not really shoot any images with your smartphone. How?


•No more risks of getting lost in the woods while looking for that perfect shot. Today’s smartphones have GPS systems are good enough to accurately track your...

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Microstock Photography – The Winning Strategies, part I

posted on 28th of june, 2015

Above is a catchy title that most stock photography veterans would raise an eyebrow at. Is there really a winning strategy? Not really. Or maybe there is. It depends largely on your expectations and definition of “winning”. This article has been compiled keeping the new players in mind and “winning” refers to a significant growth in popularity and sales.
As can be easily predicted these days, the major part of the strategy is off-camera and online. While your potential clients and opportunities are embracing the digital revolution, why should you be left behind? Here are a few guidelines that will help you chalk out your own winning strategy to get the most out of the time and dedication that you are investing into building your stock photography portfolio:



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Posted by Lenutaidi on June 29, 2015
@Davidwatmough : Good point about " should have joined DT in 2004...." I agree! :)
@Robin: I agree with you my friend..."Wake up : .....stock photography can be an enjoyable and satisfying way of supplementing your income and passion." Good luck on sales and best regards!
Posted by Robinstockphotos on June 29, 2015
Yes, it is harder for new entrants now, obviously will be. The market is reaching the saturation point. The opportunities for newbies will decline fast now I guess.
Posted by Davidwatmough on June 28, 2015
The real answer is that you should have joined DT in 2004 and retired by now ! David.

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