As a new contributor to Dreamstime, in fact new to all stock photography, it is difficult to know what to expect and how the industry works but I am celebrating my 100th acceptance this week.
Sales are coming slowly but I am very pleased that my portfolio is growing rapidly. As a small holder most of my work will be centred on my produce but hopefully with a slightly off kilter, playful feel.
I generated lots of work last year around the food and drink that we produce but had no idea how incredibly tough (and rightly so) the acceptance criterea are for stock photography. As result I have plenty of plans for the forthcoming harvest and hope to suplement my portfolio with a little diversity as time pemits.
I have had plenty of good feedback in the formus and would like to offer my thanks o those that have looked through my portfolio and offered you thoughts but for now it is time to get back to the camera and let the creaticity fow :)
Photo credits: Llareggub.
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