We don't get paid for micro stock photography by the hour so being efficient with your time is the most important thing of all.One of the important things to consider as you dedicate more time to stock photography is the workflow you use to do it. There are no right or wrong answers - a workflow will either work for you or it won't.All you need to worry about is what works for you, but here are some things that work for me, and may help you out; 1. Stay busy all year round. Shoot as... continue reading
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I am trying to learn from my experience with my clients, as much as I can, but even so, surprises happen & will continue to happen!But with some preparations we can make the negative impact less harmful, or we can make our reaction more flexible & faster!Here are some tips that I would like to share with you:1- Try to know what do your client prefer as colors materials!If your client is the kind of mixing between his likes & business, ask him/her about his favorite colors, football team... continue reading
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