Posts Tagged ‘Microstock’

Licensing your photos

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If you've considered making money from your photography, licensing your photos can be a good way to do it. (Working on commissions and selling prints are the other popular ways of making money).

There is quite a high demand for stock photos. Businesses are looking for photos to use on their products, or for advertising their products. Magazines and websites want photos to illustrate their articles. And there are many other uses.

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Written by Discover Digital Photography

February 10th, 2013 at 3:32 pm

What is Stock Photography?

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What is stock photography? To many photographers it is a path to profits. Other photographers find it to be a hole of frustration. Realistically, stock photography is somewhere between these two extremes.

There are three ways to look at stock photography. The first is the view that photographers have of it. Stock agencies will see stock photography differently. Buyers of stock photos are sure to have their own impression of what stock photography is.

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Written by Guest

January 2nd, 2011 at 10:06 am