Well....Over a year since my first Blog Post. Trying to make a change!
My very first blog was titled "28 photos and $10.00 Later" Posted April of 2011.
My Next Blog had a titled "I found one of my photos on the web!! And what a strange article!" posted just a week later.
Well it's 2013 now and just wanted to share with the community how I have come along. Although I do not have thousands of pictures uploaded and most of them are of outdoors/nature, in fact I am lucky to make a sale a week nowadays ...and I completely understand why that is......I only have 218 photos online, not exactly high selling subjects..and well my photography and creativity...I am sure need a lot of work!
....hence this blog...I took the community's advice, I thought about it and found the best model ever.......a free one......and although he may not be that good looking he was free.......he was me!!
I realize I need to change things up and this is my first attempt at it......they are not great or any better then what is already out there..but they were accepted and I hope they bring in a sale or two.
I pulled out my Alien Bees....my background and with the help of my wonderful wife got a few keepers to upload...( I will not even tell you how many shots we took for the 5 that were approved today!!)....I honestly thought they would be rejected.......but I had to try so I can learn....isn't it how that works??
I belong to a few stock agencies, but I must say DT is my favorite, I have really enjoyed being a part of the DT community...I can not wait to see what the future brings.
If you get a chance...please stop by my portfolio......would love your honest opinion about all my photos!
Thank you all and thanks for letting me babble a bit! :-) ..and my apologies for the sloppy blog post!
Photo credits: Todd Lipsky.
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