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  • Changes

    by Sarkao | 22nd of February, 2012

    I responded too many changes in my live in the last month. My vital and too young dad died unxceptedly. And I became freelancer photographer until one week. I moved to my own photostudio and bought studio flash lights (thanks to dreamstime and other stock agenicies:))... More
  • Magazine Photographer - good exposure

    by Imdan | 2nd of October, 2010

    Hi Gang! I'm freelance, but I also shoot events for a print/online lifestyles magazine in Arizona, USA. Shooting for the magazine allows me to meet new prospects, meet a celebrity or two, see new sites and it gains me admission into places I might not otherwise be allowed.... More
  • Royalty Free Clipart v. Hiring a Freelance Artist

    by Moneca1 | 21st of May, 2010

    Royalty Free Clipart is great on: - most personal and promotional uses; - website and blog headers, magazine articles; - promotional greeting and postcards; - flyers, brochures; - banner ads. Is best to hire a freelance artist if you want: - logo design;... More
  • Making a living..

    by Bluwarrior | 25th of February, 2010

    Microstock for the most part of people is a hobby. Or even a way to show some of their photographic work on the net, and additionally having some income from it. Can imagine that to have a permanent flow of earnings ,”you” need to set up a very efficient model , of producing... More
  • I have a dream

    by Liubaohua | 20th of December, 2009

    Long times ago, I became a part-time photographer.I dreamed of becoming a Freelance photographer and a Columnist. then, I can use my camera and pen to tell the world, What happened next to me. See Article
  • Promotion

    by Maigi | 17th of December, 2009

    Just a simple question: do you, guys, have some ideas, how or where to promote yourself to get the job as a freelance photo manipulator, web designer, photographer and/or digital designer? Did I say "simple" question? Well, not for me. But I thought there are lots of freelancers... More
  • First Blog Post- fighting chance

    by Tritooth | 7th of November, 2007

    I am not sure what to put into this blog. I think it will be about the shoots that I go on and the day to day of being a stock/freelance photographer, trying to eek out a living in a small US city. I will try to update it a couple of times a week. Right now I have galleries... More
  • Five Phases of working with clients

    by One8edegre | 7th of August, 2007

    if you are a freelance designer or thinking of being one read on.... To be a successful self-employed Graphic designer , a person must set some rules for himself , and imagine that you are employed by those rules. The first draw back of working for oneself is that , you... More
  • Giving up the day job - permanently!!??

    by Jenny | 25th of July, 2007

    In December 2005, I quit my day job as a teacher - my aim was to do stock photography full time. The beginning of 2006, I went back to college to learn about setting up a business - keeping accounts, advertising, how to keep the tax man happy...that sort of thing. It was... More

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