In my previous post I spoke about egaging family members in the stock photography business.Now I want to talk about other forms of help that is available to use, with little effort.Friends, are a valuable asset to use.The picture on top and this one- are shots of my neighbor's dog. He is a professional dog trainer and breeder, and I wanted pictures for my stock portfolio, so it was a win-win for both of us.Usually, people are happy to help. this guy isn't even a friend, but when I approached... continue reading
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Managing image assets has become a necessary task for photographers, and is even a more daunting task for illustrators and designers. Here I'll talk about some things on the photo end of things, in particular my ruthless photo selection and editing.For my photo work, things for me are relatively simple. I keep a master file bin with raw camera files separated into folders with date of shoot and subject. The files are renamed and given a unique ID. Part of what streamlines my photo work is that... continue reading
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