Month: November 2019

Got A Rejected Photo? Send It To Me!

By James Good | November 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

Have you ever had a photo rejected from a stock agency? Rejections happen to everyone. But sometimes it’s hard to know why a certain photo didn’t make the cut. So, let’s try something… Send me one photo you’ve had rejected from a stock photo agency and I’ll do my best to figure out why. I’ll […]

Snap & Sell Photo Club Member Spotlight

By James Good | November 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

Interview with stock photographer, Teresa Otto Bonnie: What attracted you to stock photography? Teresa: I like the variety. The subject matter can range from landscape to food and everything in between. If you have willing models, you can take people pictures. If you have access to something unique (I am in the medical field), you […]

Five Tips for Selling Stock Videos

By James Good | November 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

There are millions of stock photos out there but only thousands of stock videos. It’s a much smaller pool from which buyers can draw. So, stock video has a lot less competition and it’s fun to do. In many ways, video is easier than photos. And knowing just a handful of simple tricks can make […]

A Friendly Kick In The…

By James Good | November 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

If your stock photo sales are slow, it might be because you haven’t uploaded very many photos, yet. I’ve found (and other photographers have told me this, too) that it took getting to about 300 images in my portfolio before I saw consistent sales. Which is why this fun contest from Adobe Stock is the […]

How to Keep Organized With Stock

By James Good | November 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

One of the questions that regularly comes up about stock photography is how to stay organized. As in how to keep track of which photos get accepted or rejected to which sites, and so on. The honest answer is—it depends! Every photographer has a different system that works for them. So, I asked five stock […]