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Summer typically means slower sales for stock photographers. But that doesn’t mean you should stop uploading. And if you’ve never submitted any images for sale, it certainly doesn’t mean you should wait to start. In fact, now is the perfect time to get started. Think about it. If you’re prepared with images that designers are looking for by the time sales pick up in the fall and winter, you’ll be off to a great start. So what kinds of images will designers be looking for when sales pick up this fall? Stock photo superstar Lise Gagné tells us that you should upload seasonal stock photos two to four months before the season hits. Right now is the time to take photos depicting fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas… even New Year’s. Christmas images are simple to take. Here’s how, in three steps:

  1. Start by going to a few stock photo websites and search for “Christmas,” so you can see what kinds of images sell best.
  2. Grab some wrapping paper, ornaments, ribbon, glitter, fake snow, candles… or whatever decorations you’re drawn to.
  3. Create a Christmas or winter holiday scene. You can use my cheap poster board studio method and take photos outside in the shade.

Breakfast Stock Club Premium Members are getting practice setting up Christmas and winter seasonal themes for their BSC Premium Challenge this month. I’ll take a few seasonal shots this week to show you what I mean next week. In the meantime, think about some fall and winter stock photo themes you can photograph now while sales are slow… so you can upload them in time for sales to pick up again. Got any ideas for fall and winter seasonal shots? Think you have a good idea, but not sure if it’ll sell? Share your thoughts on the Breakfast StockClub Facebook page. [Editor’s Note: Learn more about how you can turn your pictures into cash in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel.  Sign up here today and we’ll send you a new report, Selling Photos for Cash: A Quick-Start Guide, completely FREE.] Your Weekly Breakfast Dish The latest from your Breakfast StockClub Facebook Page From Andrea Rexrode Gonzales: Whoa…I had two sales on iStock that I didn’t even know about! Go Andrea! keep it up!

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