Here's another thing people need to figure out: Working with limited resources. You don't have a 2000 square foot studio and a dozen beautiful models willing to for for you cheap? Does that mean you're stuck shooting tomatoes and buildings and landscapes? You already know the answer to that, but how many people figure out ways to create good ideas for stock that is within their means?
I try to be as much creative as a i can without a studio.It can be done but is going to take a long time.I mean...look at my port.I have only 378 pics(at the end of this year probably i will erase half of them)and sales are very small because i dont have so much exposure when a buyer search a photo.Like always your blog is full of rich information.Congratulations on your milestone
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when i started i did not even have a camera heck i did not even know how to use a camera. I learned as i went sent in bunch of pics to begin and went through every rejection to learn terms.then after i started doing ok my sister went to colledge for photography. I learned even more. but only cause she seen what i did and likes it. guess i not doing bad but my first milestone was to actually get a photo accepted guess that not high hopes for some but i got their.