Hello everyone, my last blog was at 150 uploads, now I've double it...Yeah!!!But, I do need some advises because my images have good number of views but very low sale! Can anybody give me some advise what to change or what to do? I know my images are not always people and objects on white background, but I haven't even sold any of them on DT, the sold ones are totally something different.That is what is confusing for me. Is this normal for beginners or not?Thanks in advance everyone for... continue reading
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Today DT approved my 150th photo!I'm very happy because of that, but even more happy cause I really see the progress in my photos, so my learning and long evening hours with camera alone and in front of computer had paid off. And I want everyone to see the difference! Time between shooting these two photos is JUST ONE MONTH!The first was shot on 4th of April and the second one on 6th of May, this year both. Model is the same, but everything else is different, not just the concept, but the... continue reading
Hello again everyone,As I promised in my first blog that I would next write something about equipment for newbies in stock photography, here I am. I have to say that I was very surprised how many people actually read my first blog and I am very happy that most of them found it interesting. This is all new to me, but very exciting.So, let's begin... For those who read my writing for the first time, I'm also newbie in stock, but I spent so many hours looking for right equipment and at the end... continue reading
Hello everyone,This is my first blog and first post ever published anywhere on internet and it's just because I think I have some great tips for all new stock photographers such as myself.First of all, I would like to say few things about myself because later you'll see why is that important.I always liked photography, made fine photos with every little camera that I had, but never been truly satisfied. Maybe it was because first I went to wrong high school, then pretty nonprofitable faculty,... continue reading
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