Please give me any advice on how to get stock quality photographs of my grandchildren. We live in the country and sit with the kids about 2 weekends a month. I have many opportunities to photgraph them in great settings.My problem is that they either are too busy to pause even for a second or they see my camera and put on a very wierd smile. I have tried bribery, but they seem to want to sabatoge my photos. Also they get dirty pretty fast, too.Any advice?Thanks, Dee Dee Dixon continue reading
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I have recently discovered the world of stock photos and every site is a little different in setting up your account and requires different qualities of photos.Dreamstime seems to me to be the most professional and the most difficult to get a photo accepted.I recently uploaded about 10 - 12 photos and resubmitted those that required a model release....all of my models are my grandchildren and my children....rather than list my grandbabies names I used initials and I also listed all of their addresses... continue reading
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