With enough talent, determination and commercial awareness there’s still a lot of money to be made in this business! This guide will save you hours of “trial and error” to cut your learning curve considerably. Here’s the table of contents:
Chapter 1 – Microstock Photography 101
Chapter 2 – What’s in my Camera Bag?
Chapter 3 – Achieving Technical Excellence
Chapter 4 – The Legal Side of Stock Photography
Chapter 5 – Licensing Editorial & Commercial Images
Chapter 6 – Overview on Agencies to License Images
Chapter 7 – How Much Can You Expect to Earn (The Extra Mile Isn’t Crowded)?
Chapter 8 – Creating Interesting Images
Chapter 9 – Finding your Niche
Chapter 10 – Keywording
Chapter 11 – Workflow Optimisation
Chapter 12 – Opportunities Outside of Microstock
Interview with Joas Souza, London-based Architectural photographer
But it’s not about quantity, it’s about QUALITY. I’ve kindly asked the TOP microstock contributors to independently review my book and this is what they have to say. See a review by MyStockPhoto blog and feature on Amateur Photographer Magazine.
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For a more complete 360 degree view of how to take your photography business to the next level, I’ve teamed up with veteran stock photographer and fellow author, Steve Heap, who consistently earns $2,500+/month with his stock photography. Check out his blog for great tips.
Steve’s Get Started in Stock, 4th edition, focuses on more of the “how to do it” processes, looking at each major agency and discussing their quirks and approaches, including complementary information on maximising your workflow to earn more from doing less work.
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