Why Your Content Calendar & Stock Image Portfolio Are Missing Outaka “Marketing for Obscure Holidays, Part 2”When the movie, Independence Day was released back in 1996 on the 2nd of July 2 (the same day the action in the film started), we all knew that the release date was in anticipation of the American Independence Day, the 4th of July, and that the title would probably have something to do with humanity’s independence from the threat of aliens, as a tie-in. However, did you... continue reading
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First of all, happy Mardi Gras! Second of all, it’s also the last day of February this year. February is the shortest month, with only 28 days even though other months have 31 days. I guess this is a good thing because it’s usually so cold. While only yesterday I could have said, “Six more weeks of winter?! Yeah, right! It’s officially the warmest February on record,” this weekend, they’re calling for snow. Given, this coming weekend is technically March, but it still begs... continue reading
It is less than 2 month, almost 70% rejection but now 99 accepted images. Sometime some rejected with totally unrelated reasons, but I can understand that different reviewers has different mindset for acceptance. Now excited to celebrate New year and hopeful to see 100th acceptance on 01/01/2016.Happy new year to all of you and best wishes for good sale. Finally 100th here continue reading
At end of the year its the time to look back last years photos & select a dozen of them for next year calendar which will make its way to my desk..January: February: March: April: May: June: July: August: September: October: November: December: Wish everyone happy holidays & a very Happy New Year! continue reading
I am going to try to create more marketable images by creating themes based on the calendar.Not just holidays, but months of this and that.I had some trouble locating a resource that had the information I wanted in one place.I like this calendar best, so,I am sharing the link.Please add your favorite resources for knowing what is likely to sell.CalendarMy Fun Photgraphy FB page continue reading
Thanks to the buyer of this image of a horse stable.This photo was taken at a friend's house in Vermont.We were headed over for dinner and I had asked if I could take some photos of their beautiful piece of property.We left the house a bit later than we had planned and on the drive over I was watching the setting sun cast a beautiful glow on the mountains.I knew I wouldn't have much time to get some shots before the sun set.When we arrived I jumped out of the car with my tripod and started... continue reading
Last month we have entered the year of Dragon, according to the Chinese calendar:lasting from 23/01/2012 to 09/02/2013As it should be very good sign for success, lets see, how good our sales on Dreamstime will get this year :)The Chinese Zodiac, known as Sheng Xiao in Chinese, is based on a twelve year cycle, each year in that cycle related to an animal sign. These animal signs are the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. The Chinese zodiac... continue reading
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