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Microstock Photography

How to Make Money from Your Digital Images

Author: Douglas Freer

Publisher: CRC Press

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Category: Photography

Page: 224

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Be a part of one of the world's fastest growing imaging phenomenons: microstock photography. Microstock photography provides both professional and amateur photographers an opportunity to diversify their income and expand their artistic visibility by turning day trip photos or photography portfolios into viable business investments. Douglas Freer has written a comprehensive book that details the technical and commercial processes of the microstock industry. A must read for entrants into the microstock photography field, Microstock Photography shows you how to: .Choose the right microstock agency .Shoot work that will sell .Navigate the strict technical requirements .Understand the likely financial returns .Review licensing models .Understand copyright issues Over 60 illustrations and photographs help you improve your skills, learn new techniques specific to shooting stock photography and better understand what the microstock market demands. Anyone can shoot digital stock photography, but in order to make money and be successful, you need the practical advice that can only be found in this book.

Stock Photography

Make Money Selling Photos Online

Author: Robert Kneschke

Publisher: MITP-Verlags GmbH & Co. KG

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Category: Photography

Page: 568

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Make Money Selling Photos Online The must have on stock photography in its third edition – revised and extended, new and up-to-date content – and finally in English Getting the equipment right, selecting the perfect subject, working with models, choosing the right keywords, finding an adequate agency: All you need to know about workflows and licensing models With an additional chapter on US Copyright Law Basics by Nancy E. Wolf Stock photography is getting more and more popular. Predictably so with magazines, publishing houses and advertising agencies, but even more so with private persons who, for instance, buy stock photos in order to use them on their websites. For you to be a successful stock photographer, though, it takes more than just uploading your latest holiday snapshots on the website of whatever agency. In this completely revised edition of his German-language bestseller, Robert Kneschke – a German bestselling author, well-known blogger and successful stock photographer – demonstrates what a good stock photo is all about and what you can do to make it sell. Newcomers eager to earn just a little extra money will benefit from reading the book as well as amateur photographers who have been selling photos for years and are now aiming for the professional champions league. The book is divided in two parts: “Taking Photos” and “Selling Photos”. The first part focuses on technical aspects of the shooting and presents perfect examples of lovely, popular and attractive images which will easily sell. It deals with Props, locations and the different ways of working with models and it gives brief overviews of stock audio and stock video. This part is supplemented with an additional chapter on US Copyright Law Basics for Photographers written by Nancy E. Wolff, a practicing lawyer for more than twenty years, Legal Counsel of the Picture Archive Council of America (PACA) and author of “The Professional Photographer’s Legal Handbook”. The second part of the book introduces the reader into the necessary routine and workflow he or she should follow as a professional stock photographer. Keywording and statistics, though often underestimated, are essential parts of a stock photographer’s job, so Robert Kneschke deals with them extensively and thoroughly. The author also lists the most popular agencies, weighs their pros and cons and shows the various licensing models on the market. Real world examples of stock photographers and their earnings and interviews with them allow the reader an even deeper insight into the business mechanics of stock photography. If you are looking for advice on how to find your way around as a professional in a highly competitive market and how to make money with your own photos, this classic by Robert Kneschke is the book to consult. Testimonials referring to previous editions I ́ve said it before and I ́ll say it again: This book is definitely THE classic on stock photography in the German-language book market. fotografr.de This is the book for people who are serious about making money with their own photos. The author himself is making a living from taking photos and selling them. So he knows what he is writing about. I assume there are very few people who know so much about the different ways of licensing and selling with all sorts of microstock agencies involved. DigitalPhoto Robert Kneschke – quite impressively – shows in his book, that stock photography is more than just trying to sell holiday and animal photos. Going far beyond such topics as choosing the right subject and technical details of the actual shooting, the book gives professional advice on legal matters, key wording as well as well-grounded background information on how to eventually make money with your own photos Chip

Microstock Photos For Profit

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Publisher: new media entertainment ltd

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Microstock Money Shots

Turning Downloads into Dollars with Microstock Photography

Author: Ellen Boughn

Publisher: Amphoto Books

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Category: Photography

Page: 160

View: 345

Today’s online microstock agencies make it possible for anyone with a camera to sell their photographs. But the competition is daunting--one leading agency receives 14,000 uploads each day. How can you make your images stand out--and better yet, sell? In this guide, industry veteran Ellen Boughn reveals everything you need to know, including: . How to get started selling your photos . What sells and what doesn't . How to cast and work with models . The fine print on permits and permissions . How to reach specialty markets like advertising, retail, news, and education Packed with hundreds of examples of photos that sell (and some that don’t), Microstock Money Shots is your key to maximizing views and downloads in the exciting new world of microstock.

Take Stock Photography That Sells

Earn a living doing what you love

Author: Dale Wilson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Photography

Page: 192

View: 742

Web-based stock photography has become one of the biggest income streams for photographers around the world, and has democratised the process, making it easy for just about anyone to sign up and sell their work. Not all photographers, however, can navigate the terminology, let alone understand that keywording will have more effect on their sales than the quality of the photo itself. This book will break anyone into that world: See why some photos do better than others in the stock-image market Discover how to write metadata that will sell photos electronically

Smartphone Microstock

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Publisher: Amherst Media

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Category: Photography

Page: 128

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With an eye toward profiting from their camera-phone skills, photographers are submitting “microstock” images to stock photography companies; these Internet-based photo agencies accept royalty-free images from a far broader base of photographers than brick-and-mortar stock agencies. While the profits are quite low per sale those sales can really add up. In this book, Chen shows readers how to tailor their shooting approach and subject selection to meet the needs of the microstock industry. From camera settings to accessory and software selection, Chen shows readers how to choose and use the tools they need to create high-caliber image results. Next, he offers photographers tips for getting through the microstock submissions process and putting their images in front of a viewing audience. He introduces a host of tools for processing images for enhanced impact, as well. Tips and images from other professional photographers round out this one-of-a-kind, heavily illustrated book.

Photography for Beginners: Sneaky Tips for Selling Photography

Author: Curtis Judson

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

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Category: Crafts & Hobbies

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View: 499

I love taking pictures. I just can’t get enough. The more pictures I take the better I want to get. This also means that the more pictures I take; the more high quality equipment I want. It’s an addiction. Many photography hobbyists have the same problem I do. If you don’t want to pour all your money into your photography hobby, there is another option. You can turn that photography hobby into a successful photography business. A great way to get started doing this is through stock photography. Businesses all over are looking for pictures to use in brochures, websites, advertisements, and more. In this incredible book learn everything there is to know about: - Stock photography - Photographers playbook - What you must know about micro-stock - and More GRAB YOUR COPY TODAY!

The Successful Flickr Photographer

Author: The Editors of Photopreneur

Publisher: new media entertainment ltd

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 218

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With over 4 billion images, Flickr has become a hugely popular resource for photographers to share their images and swap advice. For savvy photographers though, it's also a valuable marketplace that allows them to win commissions and sell licenses to magazines, advertising companies and more. The Successful Flickr Photographer explains how photographers are using Flickr to attract attention, win sales and build their own photography business. Divided into sections for enthusiasts, professionals and even business users, The Successful Flickr Photographer is a complete guide for every photographer-and every Flickr member. Produced by the Editors of Photopreneur, authors of the best- selling paperback 99 Ways To Make Money From Your Photos and the popular Photopreneur Blog (blogs.photopreneur.com), The Successful Flickr Photographer is a Premium Research Book, the result of almost two years of interviews, research, and fact finding.

2012 Photographer's Market

Author: Mary Burzlaff Bostic

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 688

View: 148

FULLY UPDATED WITH ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO FIND BUYERS FOR YOUR PHOTOS For more than three decades, photographers have trusted Photographer’s Market as a resource for helping them grow their businesses. Now Photographer’s Market has improved upon this history to provide a comprehensive and 100% up-to-date listing of every must-have market for working photographers today: magazines, book publishers, greeting card companies, stock agencies, advertising firms, contests and more.In addition to the more than 1,500 individually verified market listings, the 2012 Photographer’s Market includes: • Up-to-date information on how to start and run a photography business, including how to find clients, who to contact to submit your photos, what types of photos they need and how to submit both digital and film images • NEW! Special features on selling more photography in 2012, secrets to social media success, exploring new niches, bringing new life to an old business, generating referrals and managing your clients • NEW! Inspiring and informative interviews with successful professionals including sports photographer Rick Wilson, fine art photographer Kathleen McFadden, wedding photographer Marissa Bowers and Harley-Davidson’s chief photographer Brad Chaney • NEW! Q&As with tips and advice from photo rep Norman Maslov and American Photographic Artists CEO Stephen Best • Markets for fine art photographers, including hundreds of galleries and art fairs, as well as tips for maximizing art fair success

Photography As a Home Business

Author: Joy Renkins

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

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Category: Business & Economics

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Anyone can be a photographer. Anyone can sell their photos and make money from their photos. This is not to say that everyone will have equal talent at photography, nor will everyone have equal success at making money from photography, if this is the goal. Anyone can be a hobbyist photographer. But that’s another eBook. ;) In this eBook, we will skip right to the available income-generating options assuming that you are looking for places to sell photos you have already taken or photo you plan to take in the future. I’m going to discuss three different methods for selling your photographs and each of these three areas have two-parts, so technically there are SIX ways to sell detailed in this eBook.

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