LONG STORY SHORT!Okay, you have a camera, you want to make photos but you don't know what to photograph. Let's solve it now!First of all, it's not your fault and it's not because you are not creative, but because you still don't learn about it, until now!It is very common that people take they camera and go to beautiful places but then they don't find interesting things to take photos, but actually on a white room one can find a lot of things to photograph. So I will give here some tips... continue reading
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This month has been great!I have taken a lot of images i many different situations and locations. I have never been this productive in stock before. I guess it pays of to shoot shoot shoot, and learn about your mistakes and rejections. MILESTONE #1I have 56 accepted image this month,and thats feels great. May not sound a lot to all professionals out there. But for me its a quite of a achievement, as i have a busy life working in the security sector. MILESTONE #2I have now passed... continue reading
You know when you are on top of your game when you get this error message from DT :)."Error: Due to the massive uploads, you can only make 53 submissions per week. Please continue the upload process after 7 days have passed since your first submission." - Have 63 pending files as im writing this.It means that you are really committing to your portfolio and shooting a lot of great images.That error message = good stuff, you should ALWAYS keep your upload que full. Always have a steady flow... continue reading
We've all hit that burnout point in photography, when you just don't feel like picking up the camera. I'm the first to admit I'm trying to juggle an awful lot with stock photography/flickr community and this blog. Keeping a list of fresh and new ideas will mean you're never short of inspiration.The importance of keeping a log of ideas as a photographer cannot be stressed enough, especially as I begin to embark on a journey to get a decent turnover from stock photography. This has come about... continue reading
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