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A rose by any other name would not sell as sweet
posted by tangie - 28th of april, 2009
As stated in my previous articles, a crucial stage in thinking up your uploads is to step in your buyer's shoes: what do buyers need and what are they searching for? Or, most importantly, how do they search for our files? I have seen... More...
Springtime
posted by ellenboughn - 21st of march, 2007
A few Christmas images have been downloaded in the last few days. Seasonal images are often put into play many months prior to the actual time of year. The conundrum is that the best time to shoot seasonal images is after the... More...
Forcing myself to "shoot stock"
posted by robinstockphotos - 4th of february, 2013
Stock photography is supposed to be serious business, right? Where you have bring well dressed businessmen in dark suit sporting spotless neckties, a finger hovering around in the air drawing an increasing bar graph? Or maybe pressing... More...
Flower Shots
posted by markogt - 23rd of may, 2009
I have two different type of emotions after again one submitted flower shot gets refused. Explaination is: this is a very well covered subject in our data base or the subject of your image is too specific. This one sentence can... More...
Need tips on picking subjects
posted by karensuki - 13th of april, 2009
Well this time I had a illustration refused because the subject was too specific. It was an illustration of three cranes on a white background. I thought the subject would be snapped up because there is not that many in the database.... More...
Being specific may help sales.
posted by dcwcreations - 23rd of may, 2008
Some times when getting good Nature photo's I get so excited that I actually was able to sneak up on a wild animal and get a good photo that I get in a hurry to get it in to see if it will get approved. We all know that Nature... More...
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