How to Include Copyspace in Stock Photos

Last week I showed you three photos that sell really well as stock -- read: thousands of times each! -- that all have one simple thing in common:

They all make really good use of copy space.

Incorporating copy space into your stock photos is easy to do, and it can definitely help boost your sales.

Off the top of my head, I can think of 11 different kinds of copy space in stock photos.

Different kinds of copy space:

1.White background
2.Solid colored background
3.Open, blue sky
4.Textured or patterned background
5.Even bodies of water
6.Fields of grass
8.Lots of blurred out background
9.Blank sign
10.Blank business card
11.Blank t-shirt

Ok, but how do all of these different kinds of copy space actually look in a stock photo? To demonstrate, I made a quick video.

Watch it here.

What are some other kinds of copy space you can think of?

Share your thoughts on the Breakfast StockClub Facebook Page.

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