Hi guys.

Just want to share my latest Editorial Images.

Grape Harvester VIII

Grape Harvester V

Nothing fancy about it, its just an old truck and some heavy agriculture machines.

But here's the thing, there are designers who I think will buy this sort of images.

We just have to think a little bit about the sale value potential of everyday stuff around us.


Grape Harvest III

Berna Truck I

Grape Harvest IV

Photo credits: Akulamatiau.
  • Akulamatiau
Self taught photographer.

Found out juggling a 9 to 5 job with photography and raising 3 daughters in between is much harder than expected!

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October 18, 2012

everyday stuff it might be for you - I don't see these machines at all - but I have the famous Sydney Opera House just a few km's away - that's for me everyday stuff :) with all the other daily city stuff... but then I look at these things from a tourist view and suddenly get again and again excited


October 18, 2012

Ver nice images. I absolutely agree with you.


October 18, 2012

Great images!


October 18, 2012

Great images, good luck.


October 18, 2012

Midou3: Absolutely right. Just my own personal preference :)


October 18, 2012

I guess you can remove the letters and logos and move the pictures to royality free. Thus increasing the sales potential.


October 18, 2012

Inyrdreams: Love your very encouraging comments. Your are right, shooting stock opened up my eyes and expanded my view a bit. Thanks for the very supportive PS. :)


October 18, 2012

I agree! its amazing how we start to see differntley once we start shooting stock. I too have been looking at construction... new houses..being built almost over night in the middle of this recession,,, the rising cost of university and!~ yet more fancy classrooms going up... and the camera is out and ready! keep up! we are the recorders of history and the world. ps... I did a full time job for 30 years with 3 kids too...dont give up!