Photographer Danny Warren shares a ten second fix for crooked horizons in stock photos.
Posts Tagged ‘stock photography’
One of the most enjoyable aspects of selling your photos as stock (besides the freedom and the income!) is the surprise you get when you find one in use.
Bonnie Caton’s new favorite way to shoot is from a very low angle. See what it does here…
“Real people” is a search term on many stock sites, these days.
Last week, 11 of your fellow readers joined me in Cape Town, South Africa for five days. Let me share some of my favorite attendee photos and stock photo tips.
Breakfast Stock Club reader Kim Bechthold turned stock photo rejection into a learning opportunity. Now she’s made nearly $1,000 in stock photo sales.
How do you get from you, your camera, and your subject… to a unique and saleable photo?
Read this article for 5 ways your unique perspective can help sell your stock photos.
In stock, as with any kind of photography, the best thing you can do is to add your own creative style.
Bonnie Caton interviews Bill Perry on his stock photography work.