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Hello Everyone! Just another newcomer.

Nihonjapan
I am very new to stock photography. For some reason my photos are being accepted but when I look at everyone else's work I feel very humbled. I'm looking forward to making some friends, learning about photography, and hopefully earn some money too. If you have time to look at my portfolio and provide any feedback I would be very grateful. Thank you!
Nikon D7000, Nikkor f1.8 35mm, Nikkor f2.8 60mm micro, Tamron 18-270mm
Posted: 02/06/2013, 01:51:48 AM
Dieniti
Welcome to DT!
You have some nice pictures in your Portfolio, but out of my own experience I can tell that landscape photos don't sell that good... Add to your portfolio some more stock oriented pics...
Wish you much fun here!
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Posted: 02/06/2013, 02:52:19 AM
Danielc1998
Welcome to DT.
Nice pictures, but I guess you will need to upload more images to get a more accurate feedback from the more experimented photographers.
Canon gear
Posted: 02/06/2013, 03:50:45 AM
Dudau
member is an admin
Welcome Nihonjapan!

Any good picture can be successful on stock. You just need to diversify your subjects a lot if you want more chances for selling. Consider submitting unique content, that's the fastest way to success.

Read the forum often, you may find some great tips from fellow contributors.

We also have a Photo Requests section, keep an eye on that.

Good luck!
Dreams
Posted: 02/06/2013, 04:38:28 AM
Suyerry
Welcome to DT. You have some really nice images. Wish you the best of luck with your uploads and sales.
Nikon Equipment, Nikon Lenses, Professional Photo Software
Posted: 02/06/2013, 06:23:56 AM
Py2000
Hi,

Welcome to DT!

Best of wishes,

Paul
Canon bodies & lenses
Posted: 02/06/2013, 08:19:06 AM
Kezza53
Welcome and all the very best to you! :)
Canon EOS 550D
Posted: 02/06/2013, 16:55:51 PM
Miraclemoments
Welcome welcome....just keep uploading and diversify...that is best
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Posted: 02/07/2013, 13:04:14 PM
Nihonjapan
Thanks everyone. I'm trying out new ideas. It seems hard to find things that haven't been done already. I guess while I'm still in Hawaii I should just concentrate on getting some tropical type images in my portfolio. I will have access to more resources in Japan for other themes. Thanks again for all of your greetings and suggestions! :-)
Nikon D7000, Nikkor f1.8 35mm, Nikkor f2.8 60mm micro, Tamron 18-270mm
Posted: 02/07/2013, 13:56:33 PM
Alfee55
just looking
Posted: 02/07/2013, 15:14:58 PM