Loopall joined our community in 2007 and is currently a happy full-time microstocker who, contrary to many beliefs, confesses to have found freedom of artistic expression in stock. When he talks about successful stock images, Loopall firmly believes creativity, originality and simplicity can make any stereotype stock concept stand apart. According to him, an image is successful if it makes a good first sight impression by sending out a clear message and conveying a strong concept. Have we got your attention? Read more:
You have an impressive portfolio so we are a bit curious about your background: are you self taught or formally educated? When did drawing start for you?
I'm not formally...
Richard Carey joined our community in 2009 and brought to surface and to our attention a niche yet interesting underwater photography portfolio. A former scuba instructor, Richard may not be the typical microstocker we are all accustomed to but he discovered that his hobby can be pleasantly and advantageously combined with photography. His models and settings may not be business but he has managed to make microstock his business nevertheless. Nowadays Richard dives for both business and pleasure and is successfully mixing them. We're a bit green with envy but light acts differently underwater so let's go under and join him for an interesting session of underwater photography insights and tips.
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