Does your stock production need a check up? I've been thinking a bit more about my microstock efforts recently. I have a modest to middling portfolio here that I've built up somewhat haphazardly over time. It performs ok, I get downloads but certainly not great returns. There are smaller collections that perform much better than mine. Why is this I ask myself. I think this is a question many contributors could do well to ponder for themselves.
Most of us, I suspect start from a love of photography and submit shots we've made because we wanted to. Nothing wrong with that, of course, but I think the more successful contributors do well by moving beyond this and thinking before they shoot. I'm thinking I need to do this more!
first thanks for adding your comment to my latest blog. now for your blog here. from your download to portfolio ratio, you obviously know what you're doing. i can do with your expertise, that's for sure ! i will take your advice for "some deep thought". cheers Alex.
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