Target achieved

posted on 22nd of february, 2016

This month I have just achieved my sales target of $10!
I tend to concentrate on food photography but enjoy taking photographs of a wide range of interesting subjects. Living in Britain I am aiming to develop a range of photographs of interesting sites around the country.
So now it's onward and upward to my next target $15 per month.

This is one of my most popular images

Comments (9)

Posted by Mariayunira on March 02, 2016
Congrats..Food photography is a very interesting subject! Best wishes on your every target..
Posted by Photostella on February 29, 2016
Congratulations!! Very nice photos!!
Posted by Martinapplegate on February 28, 2016
You live in Leicester !
Leicester City FC are top of the league and are in the news all over the world !
Why don't you take some pics of the stadium and also the crowds arriving on match day ?
Posted by Lengar79 on February 26, 2016
Congratulations! I'm setting goals too :) Good luck!
Posted by Pofophoto on February 24, 2016
Posted by Shutterspeed800 on February 23, 2016
Congrats! Keep up the goal setting and keep shooting! Love the food photo, that bread looks tasty!
Posted by Photographycornwall on February 22, 2016
Hi Andrew congrats on reaching your target this month! It's so important to have goals to work towards. I've looked at your portfolio and you have some stunning images!! Food photography is definitely your thing. In order to reach your next goal might I suggest a couple of quick and easy tactics that shouldn't require much effort? First off you might want to showcase low res versions of your work regularly via social media and use the API referral links to drive new clients to your portfolio (Twitter and instagram work well). Second introduce yourself to foodies and healthy lifestyle bloggers, again Twitter would help. Finally make sure you use all relevant key words. For example, your image of Cornish Sardines might benefit from adding mackerel, ingredients, cooking, culinary, raw, breakfast, supper as additional keywords. I drive most of my sales to another well known stock agency using these methods and despite having a low number of images in my portfolio, I...(More)
Posted by Picstudio on February 22, 2016
Posted by Adammeadows12 on February 22, 2016
That is awesome, Its hard trying to stick to one thing so try photographing other things such as nature and or landscape. whatever you feel is best for you or whatever sell the best would be the go to photography style. There are although many photographers on this site that are very good at various styles so check them out and try concepts.

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I recently won a competition to provide an image for one of The British Ordnance Survey map covers.

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