Microstock photography veers slightly off the course of traditional stock photography in that the images in microstock photography are used almost exclusively on the Internet and are submitted by both novice and professional photographers.
This helpful book provides answers to your questions on what to shoot, how to shoot it, and where and how to submit your images. Award-winning photographer Pete Saloutos deciphers the complex intricacies of making money from microstock photography.
He offers insider advice on understanding the market, building a strategy, and evolving with the needs of the consumer so that you can consistently make a profit.
- Offers an in-depth look at microstock photography and explains how to market your images to top agencies
- Answers your questions on what to shoot and then how to submit your photos so you can start to make a profit
- Shares insider advice for staying on top of your game and evolving with the needs of the consumer so you can sustain longevity and make income from your photos
Pete Saloutos helps you turn a profit from what you love doing with this invaluable resource.
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Can't blame you, but then I'm biased, of course: I'm proud of all the books I've worked on. You'll probably be completely, deeply unsurprised to find out that copies of Monetizing Microstock are available from all sorts of places.
Most big book shops worth their salt will have a copy or two on the shelves. If they don't it may be that they have a couple of books tucked away under the counter (Cheeky, but I guess they just want to keep them to themselves). Smaller book shops should be able to order you a copy - all you need is to give them the ISBN number (It's 978-1118014134), and they'll sort you right out.
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