Review of Backyard Silver’s Stock Photography Master Class

Having recently attentively watched Steve Heap’s Stock Photography Master Class, I was impressed with quality of the material provided. Thank you, Steve as I picked up valuable snippets of knowledge to further my stock photography business and I trust it will be equally rewarding to others.

Who is Steve Heap?

Steve Heap is the author of his blog, Backyard Silver, where he openly discusses tips on making it in this increasingly difficult business-model. Evidence to his expertise is earning $3k+ a month by submitting stock photos to some 17 agencies.

Stock Photography Master Class Outline

Stack of colorful crayons in cup with copy space

The class is one-hour long and consists of 70 slides outlying the following topics:

  • What is stock photography?
  • Uses of stock photos
  • Discussion on Steve’s best sellers and why
  • Which types of images sell and why
  • Licensing: RF/RM, Commercial/Editorial
  • Legalities including releases
  • Pricing: how much can you earn
  • How much have Steve Heap earned, # of images and with which agencies
  • Capturing/creating profitable subjects
  • Alternative revenue streams including stock video

How much?

Master Steve has decided to offer it for a bargain basement price of $0.49, including the instructions in the PDF. He’s put the option where on top of the minimum above, you enter what you think it might be worth to you.

I think it should be worth about $10 for the content you’ll receive…nothing out there for free like it and great content should not be given away for free, in my opinion.

Capture

To access the landing page to purchase this amazing course, click here!

I look forward to learning from this teaching method soon – thanks again, Steve! Perhaps a future course on your stock footage tips?…


About Alex

I’m an eccentric guy on a quest to visit all corners of the world and capture stock images & footage. I’m determined not to waste my life away as a corporate drone and have devoted five years to making it as a travel photographer and freelance writer. I hope to inspire others before it’s too late.

I’m proud to have written a book about my adventures which includes tips on making it as a stock travel photographer – Brutally Honest Guide to Microstock Photography

Check out my new photo review service, where I’ll help take your images to the next level and get them sold regularly!

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