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100 picture milestone with loads of sales ;)

Phildaint
woo, finally reached my 100 picture milestone in a few weeks :) stil no sales, i just hope they come soon ...



I have decided to start going through the archives from when i first started out photography, the the images will gain better in quality as i get to the more recent ones :)
speedlight 580ii ...
Posted: 12/05/2011, 17:02:56 PM
Phildaint
just realised this might have been the wrong area to post... sorry mr moderators!
speedlight 580ii ...
Posted: 12/05/2011, 17:07:57 PM
Heywoody
From a sales perspective, might be better to start with the better quality??
Vue 7, Daz 3, Wings 3D and the odd photo.
Posted: 12/05/2011, 17:38:20 PM
Nikon4004
Harsh?



Looks like good images but all night shots. Needs some variety, and landscape type imags are a hard sell as there are just a ton out there, and a LOT of them are free.



Product, people, concepts, Get more intumned with that.



Go through the archives and look at what has sold, shoot that, but put your own spin on them.
2.8, Sigma 24-135. Nikon SB800 SB600 Dell Studio17 Laptop...
Posted: 12/05/2011, 18:20:35 PM
Julesunlimited
Nice photos but try to think more "commercial". What would people buy. Landscape (as already said) is extremely difficult to sell.
Illustrator
Posted: 12/05/2011, 19:44:20 PM
Jerryway

Originally posted by Nikon4004:
Quoted Message: ... and landscape type imags are a hard sell as there are just a ton out there, and a LOT of them are free..




If your logic is correct, then model images are also a hard sale, because there are so many out there, and lots of them are free.
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Posted: 12/05/2011, 22:37:50 PM
Fleyeing
I keep returning to OP's images. Stunning, simply. Maybe he has to split his portfolio into RM and RF. The RM for the less-commercial but very artsy pictures and the ones with a clear concept (the industrial one for instance) on RF. Many star trails, but the one that needs its most, the Jodrell bank dish, has none. If the dish would have taken more close (cropped) with star trails, that would be a very good concept for telecom companies etc...



My personal favorite is the vintage airplane but I can't imagine what commercial product or service it could sell. Aviation? Travel? It's just beautiful and my guess is OP should think more mundane for what he uploads to RF stock.
Canon 5DMKII, 24-70, 70-200, strobes
Posted: 12/05/2011, 23:39:20 PM
Digitalvox
Nice portfolio! Maybe this part of the year is low in sales. I`m quite new here and still analyze this stock marketplaces. For me, this few days of December are without sale.
Nikon dSLR camera
Posted: 12/06/2011, 02:45:53 AM
Clearvista
love you photos, sure you will sell soon, good luck :)
IS, Cannon 70-200, Canon 100-400 IS. Giotto tripod....
Posted: 12/06/2011, 04:11:57 AM
Janceluch
wohooo - very nice pictures,... just wait and keep on uploading... the sales will come...

I understand that you are sweeping through your older files, but try to ad one of your latest shots per every old one... this way you will finish your old files, but you will have your recent work online as well... Some images might loose their relevancy while sitting on table for looong time... (- the buyers taste evolves, the recent look of image evolves...)
and editing images :)...
Edited: 12/06/2011, 07:06:10 AM
Baldas1950
For me it's a beautiful portfolio from the artistic point of view.

You could successfully exhibit these photos in a photo gallery.

Different is the ability to sell them in a stock agency.

I also think that these photos have their charm if they are seen together, but those who look on the site retrive some of them only occasionally ...

Furthermore, with only an hundred of photos you never know what's going on sales. Personally I sold in early November many photos all at once. Then sales have suddenly stopped ... maybe suddenly resume.



























Nikon D90 Gimp 2.6 Adobe Photoshop
Posted: 12/06/2011, 12:51:14 PM
Carballo
Congratulations on the 100 photos, increasing and varying portfolio issues increase the likelihood of such sales to appear as expected, the quality is very good, congratulations!
Canon 40D; 17-85 USM; 70-300 USM;100 mm 2.8 macro; tokina 12-24;
Posted: 12/06/2011, 15:45:25 PM
Lfmpereira
Way to go. I said it before, and i say it again. Great, great photos.



Keep it up. :)
Nikon D3100 Nikon 18-105 Sigma 50mm f2.8
Posted: 12/06/2011, 16:53:26 PM
Miketea
I think your photos are awesome, you can see jodrell bank from a pub i go to! woooo
Canon 5D MKII 50mm f1.8 28mm 70mm f2.8 60mm f2.8 macro
Posted: 12/12/2011, 13:44:48 PM
Kultablasi
Hey. Nice job but... You know... Nobody needs art, unluckily. Otherwise, terrific portfolio!



Having said that, I don't think you are a stock photographer. (Bad or good, you decide.) : )
Posted: 12/24/2011, 16:59:04 PM
Silent47

Originally posted by Kultablasi:
Quoted Message: Hey. Nice job but... You know... Nobody needs art, unluckily. Otherwise, terrific portfolio!Having said that, I don`t think you are a stock photographer. (Bad or good, you decide.) : )


well..well..well..how much right you have:)
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Posted: 01/30/2012, 02:14:09 AM
27thdimension

Originally posted by Jerryway:
Quoted Message: If your logic is correct, then model images are also a hard sale, because there are so many out there, and lots of them are free.


Speaking as a buyer, model shots might be as saturated as landscape but I probably need 20 times as many photos with models as I do landscape.

I actually pick up some landscapes with my subscription sometimes just because I like the pictures.
Posted: 03/16/2012, 11:13:58 AM