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Secrets of the Stock Industry Revealed!

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Wisconsinart
New article posted: Secrets of the Stock Industry Revealed!
Nikon D800, D100, Canon G15
Posted: 09/02/2010, 12:32:22 PM
Cristalloid
well.... I bet, doing as you described, will destroy ones acceptance ratio because of many refusals due to "too much similar images in our data bank"...
for the fun)...
Posted: 09/02/2010, 13:34:50 PM
Gmargittai
One does not need to take this blog on face value. He means to be ironic.
Man you must be really frustrated. Nobody said it's easy.
Posted: 09/02/2010, 16:07:06 PM
Wisconsinart

Originally posted by Gmargittai:
Quoted Message: Man you must be really frustrated.




I'm certainly frustrated in that no one appreciates satire any more!
Nikon D800, D100, Canon G15
Posted: 09/02/2010, 16:28:34 PM
Gmargittai
I do appreciate. The tomato stuff was quite funny. But you know, pretty girl with the cell phone really sell. Now all it takes to get a real smile and not an empty grin. And this is hard.
Posted: 09/02/2010, 17:24:25 PM
Mani33
LOOOOOL I thought you said you will quit satire! :))))
Well stop... that idea, keep your satire going! ;)
My PC with Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator, Nikon D3100
Posted: 09/02/2010, 21:04:12 PM
Bradcalkins
Now is your chance - there are only 256 images with the keyword 'satire' ;) Nice round number of sales you have today, too !
ZD 50mm Macro f/2...
Edited: 09/02/2010, 21:12:41 PM
Adeliepenguin
Satire? Really? And I was just leaving my little iceberg to go buy some tomatoes since I have no girlfriends with cell phones:)
Currently my primary cameras are a Fuji X-Pro2 and a Fuji X-T1.
Posted: 09/02/2010, 22:28:28 PM
Sunnymars

Originally posted by Gmargittai:
Quoted Message: One does not need to take this blog on face value. He means to be ironic.

Man you must be really frustrated. Nobody said it's easy.




hahaha, I read the sarcasm in the post right off the bat. However, I can just imagine a tonne of new photographers who read it will be off to the fruit and veggie shop, looking for that perfect, shiny, red, ripe tomato that will make them their first million. Or they'll be spending hours strategically placing their stacked coins in a way that will knock a reviewers socks off.



Posted: 09/02/2010, 22:28:55 PM
Mgkuijpers
LOL ! :-)
Nikon D3,D300,D810 lenses from 14mm to 600mm
Posted: 09/03/2010, 00:09:57 AM
Rosedarc
I's true, Editors love good shots of beautiful, fresh, juicy tomatoes! They even occasionally reward them with the prestigious Editors Choice award, and they actually sell really well!
ED Tomatoes
Ah, but the trick is to know how to shoot a tomato! And that's not given to everyone!
Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 AF-S VR, Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 AF-S Speedlight SB-...
Posted: 09/03/2010, 01:36:23 AM
Meryll
I wonder how many readers will find this useful. Irony, that is not what we are used to here, are not we?
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Posted: 09/03/2010, 04:25:57 AM
Ela9
this is funny lol, this blog cheered me up :))
Canon 60D
Posted: 09/03/2010, 07:49:11 AM
Digitalexpressionimages
Wisconsinart, in his sarcasm, has actually made a point. He's a photographer and not a graphic designer so he can not really understand that there is a nearly constant need for fresh images in the areas he mentions.

I, for example, have photographed blue sky with different configurations of cloud, many many times, for my own use, simply because I can't find the images I need in stock. How much money could Wisconsinart have made from me if he had those shots in his portfolio. Yuri Arcurs seems to specialize in shots of pretty girls with cellphones and laptops, but that's probably a bad example since Yuri struggles with success as well.
Macro USM, Sigma OS 70-200mm f/2.8 EX DG HSM, Sigma 2X Tele-converter...
Posted: 09/03/2010, 09:12:04 AM
Davidwatmough
Anybody following this advice will need to spend a fortune on storage space and their acceptance ratio will plummet. David
Nikon D 700 and various Nikon lens.
Posted: 09/03/2010, 12:52:16 PM
Ninuscha
: ) so true...
Olympus u820...
Posted: 09/03/2010, 14:06:34 PM
BCritchley
Admin
Very good laugh, I was just about to submit an isolated tomato to lol ( not really ), Already did it with strawberries ;-)
180mm macro, Canon L 28-300, Canon L 24-70, 50mm prime f/1.4, 2 x Can...
Posted: 09/03/2010, 14:14:50 PM
Egomezta
Well, this blog was great....
and equipment: - Nikkor 70-300 mm - Nikkor 18-105 mm...
Posted: 09/03/2010, 14:17:27 PM
Maigi
Admin
LOOOL!! ;)))))) Great blog! Keep them coming! :) I'll go and shoot some clouds now. Okay, not now, it's night here, but maybe tomorrow. I never thought about different cloud shapes collection. I will do it. :) Thanks!
M, Adobe CS6, Samsung Galaxy S6...
Posted: 09/03/2010, 15:26:00 PM
Jdanne
Add the berry stuff to your blog. Just for the case that somebody doesn't like tomatoes:

There are blueberries, raspberries, raspberries with blueberries, some grape, etc.
There are so many different kind of berries that it is not necessary to rotate them by 360 degree.
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Posted: 09/03/2010, 15:37:58 PM
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