Stock (Microstock) Photography

Which Celebrity Photographer Fits Your Stock Style?

Which Celebrity Photographer Fits Your Stock Style?

It’s said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But when photography is determined by personal style, how do you know who to follow?

Stock Photography: A Diverse Art

Stock Photography: A Diverse Art

At our last workshop, photographer Danny Warren reminded us that photography is art. And art is all about personal preference.

Easy Lightroom Tricks to Improve Your Photos

Easy Lightroom Tricks to Improve Your Photos

Every photo you submit to stock agencies needs a little processing. But you don’t need to spend hours in front of your computer.

Shoot High-Selling Stock Photos with a Creative Twist

Shoot High-Selling Stock Photos with a Creative Twist

Today, I’m trying to get more creative and “work” the shot -- adding my own twist to the chocolate theme.

Stock Photos of Chocolate

Stock Photos of Chocolate

This week, I’m taking photos of CHOCOLATE to sell online as stock. And, that’s one of the biggest perks stock photography provides -- you can make money taking pictures of things you love.

DC Day 3: Reasons NOT To Be a Stock Photographer

The hardest part is just getting started so that’s what hobbiest photographer turned stock photographer, Bonnie Caton, talked about today.

DC Day 2: Take More Gross Photos...

Lori Haller explains that graphic designers need unattractive images like this in addition to pleasing ones because everyday life isn’t always pretty.

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