People photos sell. You know that. And if you want to sell your people photos as stock, they have to be completely logo-free – no Nike swooshes on the shoes, no Polo emblems on the shirt pockets, no Gucci tags on the sunglasses… no Mickey Mouse, no Pepsi, no Gap, nothing. After reading the Lazy […]
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It wasn’t long ago when small business owners or starving musicians would have had to cough up $300 for a quality stock image to use on a sales flyer or an album cover. That’s steep. So they’d make do with something else instead. Piles of desirable (but expensive) images sat in those stock houses — and still do — waiting for a buyer with enough cash.