Dreamstime is my first photobank. I have uploaded 88 pictures in this moment. Almost all of them are photos of people, travelling and culture. I know this topics are not the best for selling, but that´s my hobby. Only three pictures of mine has been purchased and I know I will not earn lot of money. And I understand that for most of you are photobanks first or second job. But there is one question which doesn´t let me sleep - why most photographers who write blog are writing mainly about your best... continue reading
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Since I've started uploading photos on stock sites, I've been constantly reading articles and learning more about this whole industry.In the last few months I read a lot and learnt about keywording. When I first started uploading I was really bad at keywording, which seems to be one of the most powerful ways to bring buyers to your work. It was a nuisance to find at least 10 good keywords, and I often added others related only hypothetically to the image.Therefore, about a month ago, when... continue reading
Hi, Friends.I noticed that after making a photosession on a certain subject my interest to this subject get's much higher than before. I immediately become curious what others did on the same matter and how other photographers see the same object or a concept. After some work on a certain subject is already done I better notice details and sometimes think - wow, how can others be so smart and why I never thought about all these ways to approach? It gives a lot of inspiration and competitive spirit.... continue reading
Generally speaking, I have never enjoyed participating in contests or Prom or anything that allowed someone to be singled out based on their popularity.I mean, who am I kidding, I was never the cool kid in High School and, as a bald guy in my mid-30's, my popularity ain't getting any better.But, in order to understand why this blogging is such a great marketing tool, I have to put my teenage nightmares aside because this is the easiest way to explain it.I am sure there are plenty of... continue reading
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