Happy New Year Everyone!I often pondered this question and write this because I have a sneaky feeling that I may not be the only one to have faced this dilemma.Like some other people out there, I thought the choice was simple. You either do everything in camera - like I suppose the professionals out there do - or you shot in RAW and process letter. Surely it was better not to process at all - so I thought the answer was obvious. If I shot in JPEG my photographs will be original and will never... continue reading
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I'm at 40 images online and I am just wondering Should I go exclusive at Dreamstime once I cross the 50 images mark???The only thing that is pulling me back is that even after 3 months I am yet to get a sale here, so whether going exclusive is the right decision? If I do, is it something that can be canceled at a later stage of time? You can see the kind of subjects that I can shoot from the images in this post.I am also new to the field of stock photography. So I haven't tried any major agency... continue reading
Recently, I was told by a hairdresser that he is about to upgrade to higher rank and the expense will be doubled, if I continue to take him as the first choice. Yeah, it is a rule in the barber shop that I often come up to, the more skillful the hairdresser is, the higer rank will be offered. I have to say he has been good for the past year. I surely hope someone dose better and get a higer income with him. But, do I need to top hairdresser to take care of my hair monthly, or just an ordinary hairdresser.... continue reading
You are on a photo shoot by the stormy seaside, ten foot waves are crashing down, and suddenly you notice your countrys presidentgetting out of a car to visit the scene of destruction.Just as you are getting ready to take a shot, a huge wave washes him and his staff into the terrible waters - only you are left on land.You can either save the President by throwing him a rope, or take a unique shot of him drowning.You;re facing a terrible dilemma, you only have a second to decide:Do you... continue reading
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