This question entered my mind the other day when a very unique and exciting photo op came into my life. I was getting ready to get into bed and a huge scorpian ran across my sheet. Instead of running for my camera, I ran for a shoe to kill the scorpion.Was I right to panic and kill the scorpion or should I have stopped and taken a picture? Does this action disqualify me as a true stock photographer?Thanks, Dee Dee Dixon continue reading
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Hi everyone!I do not have any editorial images online, but I have a question for those of you who do.Do the editorial images allow you to upload pictures with the faces of people you don't have releases for?For example, if you take a picture of the people in the stands at a football game, you are going to inevitably have people's faces in the photograph.Is that acceptable as an editorial image?Clearly it is not as a regular stock image.Anyway, if someone who has editorial images could... continue reading
I consider myself an amateur photographer since I don't have a degree in Photography,and have only taken one beginners photography course several years ago, while in High School.I think that having no formal photographic qualifications can be a drawback, but sites like Dreamstime have made it possible for amateur photographers to be featured alongside professionals.It I think that one of the main differences between amateur and professional photographers is the equipment, since professionals... continue reading
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