According to our reader survey at the end of last year, many of you mentioned struggling with getting started and needing procrastination remedies for your stock photography. If it’s any relief, know that you are not alone. Our brain is programmed to procrastinate and has an easier time processing the concrete rather than abstract. I […]
Now that 2020 is finally behind us, it’s the perfect time to look back at what we have accomplished and set our goals for 2021 and beyond. First, a big thank you to everyone who filled out the 2020 year in review survey. It allows me to understand and provide relevant information to help everyone […]
Happy New Year! To start things off, I’d like to share my favorite stock photo agency with you. It’s a relatively new site, but it’s quickly become my bestseller. There are plenty of stock photography websites to choose from, with some being harder to get into than others. The task of picking one can appear […]
In the photography industry, the vast majority of photographers use Lightroom to process their photos. It is incredible software, specifically built to allow an efficient and fast workflow when editing photos. But beyond the basic global adjustment sliders such as exposure, contrast and saturation, there are some amazing and underutilized tools that allow you to […]
Merry Christmas! I hope you’ve found a way to be safe, warm, and filled with joy this holiday season as we all “hang in there” for a few more months. Personally, I’m sipping eggnog and taking this quiet time to prepare for our new family member. Lots of painting and assembling going on over here. […]
Last week I introduced you to Daniel, a fellow photographer taking the helm at Snap & Sell Photo Club in the year ahead. If you missed it, check out our interview here. This week I asked Daniel to talk a bit about selling your photos online as fine art. Fine art is different from stock […]
How lucky we are as photographers to be able to create professional looking photos, right in our own living room or kitchen! Today is the last part of a 3-part series from S&SPC reader and stock photographer, Kim Nelson, on taking tabletop stock photos in your home. (If you missed the last two, you can […]
Not sure which of your photos you should sell as stock?… here’s a video walking you through what works best as stock, what doesn’t, and why.
Overwhelmed by all of the information on selling your photos as stock?… here’s a quick and easy stock photography “do’s and don’ts” list to follow.
Stock photo agencies marketplaces where buyers search for what they need. If have an idea of what buyers are looking for, you will likely sell more photos.