Take Stock Photography That Sells: Earn a living doing what you love Paperback – 18 Apr 2019

£14.77 (as of September 17, 2019, 2:30 pm)

Web-based stock photography has become one of the biggest income streams for photographers around the world, and has democratised the process, making it easy for just about anyone to sign up and sell their work. Not all photographers, however, can navigate the terminology, let alone understand that keywording will have more effect on their sales than the quality of the photo itself. This book will break anyone into that world: See why some photos do better than others in the stock-image market Discover how to write metadata that will sell photos electronically

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A guide to the essentials of stock photography: picking agencies, creating metadata, and shooting buyer-friendly images.

About the Author

Dale Wilson is a successful stock photographer in the very competitive world that has sprung up around the new distribution channels. He has also has his work used to promote Canada to tourists, and his clients have included the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, National Geographic Traveler, Smithsonian, Reader’s Digest & IMAX.

Web-based stock photography has turn into one of the crucial biggest income streams for photographers around the globe, and has democratised the process, making it easy for nearly any person to enroll and sell their work. Not all photographers, on the other hand, can navigate the terminology, let on my own take into account that keywording will have more effect on their sales than the quality of the photo itself. This book will break any person into that world: See why some photos do better than others in the stock-image market Discover how to write metadata so they can sell photos electronically

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