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  • Continuous learning and review. The art of success?

    by Mark6138 | 19th of April, 2012

    Like many people on DT I have spent time looking at other people's portfolios and wondering what they have done to get the often exceptional sales to portfolio size ratios they have. One thing that is obvious is that there is a need for a mixed portfolio consisting... More
  • Continuous improving image quality

    by Cristalloid | 29th of August, 2010

    Generally spoken with every new generation of (digital) cameras there is an improvement of technical image quality (better colours, less noise and other artifacts etc.): From my point of view in this context after some time it makes sense to shoot the same motifs again... More
  • New studio lighting kits just right for microstock

    by Litifeta | 30th of July, 2008

    See the construction lights on the left here, they are a thing of the past for those new to microstock. Hey they are cheap, A set at Bunnings or Home Depot is probably just under $25. A warning though, they get damn hot. And change the bulbs to quality bulbs. But no matter... More

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