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Setting goals

I think it is a given that setting goals is a good idea and helps to achieve success.By setting intermediate goals you keep yourself going in the short term, while building towards the long terms goals as well.I'm happy to report that setting my own uploading goals has kept me going - and expanding my portfolio.With 1 sale short of 2000 sales and house renovations ahead of me I've set myself a goal of getting 50 shots online out of my renos.I'm off to a good start!On a side note... continue reading

My story at Dreamstime or how to became a better stock photographer - 3

PART 3subtitle: how to learn from others and submit quality imagesYear 2006 for me went well with growing sales month after month.Steadily but slowly. The portfolio continued to grow, reaching 600 then 700 and hitting the 900 images at year's end. My concern was to learn quickly how to improve sales a bit faster than it was going on. I started to study portfolios of best photographers, their numbers (you learn a lot from those stats if you know how to look at them) and analyze my own portfolio... continue reading

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