Hello everybody !Celebrating 300 photos online milestone .My milestone image happened to be wind turbine , hope it will generate as much sales as green energy ;)I have to say it was fair bit of typing :)Next will be 500 if I will not lose patience :)How long does it take you to sell your first photo ?Wish you all many awesome snaps and never ending inspirations. continue reading
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I could have done more from the start, but along the years I've tried to make my port as varied as possible and it took me more than it should have to finally reach the 503 uploaded images mark.I could blame it on full time work but that would be just an excuse for my laziness.After all I'm pretty happy and hope that some of the new images will sell, as I've gained some insights on what graphic design agencies usually need in stock materials, hopefully they will also be attracted here due... continue reading
Soon Easter and I love it. This is a good occasion to gather the whole family and not only for Easter dinner. Preparing for Easter can unite adults and children. It's time to show your creativity and team spirit by decorating eggs. When I was a little girl my grandmother taught me how to paint eggs with onion skin and stencil. When my daughter gets older I will teach her this simple and environmentally friendly way to paint eggs. Easter brings the first spring warmth. And it's a great opportunity... continue reading
3 years ago I started my journey into stock photography, with all the ups and downs this morning I can sit and be proud of what was accomplished in that time frame. so 3 years later I have over 800 images accepted and almost 450 sales, was aiming for 1000 images on-line and 500 sales, but it is close enough. I can now also add to my resume that I am a published photographer something that I would not have believed possible over 3 years ago. So my message to all that are starting in stock photography... continue reading
GreetingsI have read concern regarding acceptance ratings (which I also noted at other stock sites before I became exclusive with Dreamstime), especially amongst those starting out in stock photography.Please, don’t fret over this.There are many reasons for rejections, from technical aspects to how the evaluator is feeling that day.Just keep shooting, learning, improving, submitting, and developing confidence in your images.The rest will take care of itself.And all it takes is that one... continue reading
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