Like many of you, I regularly check my sales. On most occasions I read with pleasure a sale of one of my food images such as, for $0.25, which gives me a sense of pride.Imagine my surprise and joy when I looked at my sales to see a sale of $3.75 for one of my images of Birmingham library. Hopefully this will lead to an increase in sales of my architectural images. continue reading
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In 2015 I entered a competition for the British Ordnance Survey to provide an image for one of their new maps of the British Isles.When I first submitted my entry I checked regularly to see if there were any signs of my entry progressing, but after two months I gave up. Was it worth entering was in my mind? Imagine my surprise and delight this week when I received a complimentary copy of the map bearing my image.The image I submitted was of Birmingham library taken from an angle to give an interesting... continue reading
6 new collections are now open for your contributions, you only have to read the description of the collection before sending in your suggestion :)My previous 15 blogs are still open for your suggestions too, check my 15th blog for links to the previous ones.After starting the day remembering the good old days and having nostalgic memories of Wooden Horses:Let's experiment with some paintbrushes & rollers in Paint Me!:14308273[/imgl]... continue reading
This short reminder is directed especially to photographers shooting children (as the problem is more common there), but of course applies to all photos where people are involved.You probably know that our Dreamfinder has a nice section where you can specify a model's gender, ethnicity and age. When you submit a new MR, and you are careful enough to state that a John is a Male, you use that MR for your next submissions with the same model.Do you remember that people get older?Adults can... continue reading
Today I am going to talk about some frequent mistakes I come across in contributors' model releases.This blog is meant first of all to help contributors have less refusals based on model releases.These are the steps you should take when dealing with people photography:1. Print model releases2. Let your models read the document and explain it to them when necessary, some of the legal information may be hard to understand3. Filling in all the legal data4. Signing of the model release in... continue reading
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