Learn how to protect your photos by adding your copyright information into the metadata. If someone finds your photo, they can look inside the file information and see your copyright and contact information.
Each photo that you upload to an agency needs a title, description, and keywords. Keywords are how your photos are found in searches. Here are the do’s and don’ts of keywording stock photography.
Selling photos online as stock that include recognizable people and legible shop signs and brand names is possible. Find out more about editorial stock and how to sell your photos on a stock site.
It’s always a good idea to do a little pre-trip research if you want to take stock shots while traveling. What are the best-selling photos for that destination, and how can you put your own twist on them?
The best thing about using an off-camera flash is you have full control over the outcome. How hard is it, truly, to learn how to use off-camera flash? If you follow a couple of super-simple rules, off-camera flash becomes easy.
Re-charge your photo creativity but using HDR. It is great to use in some situations for stock photo sales.
Watch a video on how to set up a photography studio at your house. Most of us don’t have the luxury of taking photos in a fancy professional studio. Using nothing but a table, some white poster board, and sunlight, you can take photos that look exactly like they were taken in a studio.
Creating a shot list of stock photos to capture while traveling will keep you on track to get the shots you want. Find out what to put on your stock photo shoot list.
Watch a short video that shows how to view your photos at 100% using Adobe Lightroom: Before you submit any photo as stock, make sure that your images are free of any technical errors, and that they are in focus.
Focus is one issue that you can’t fix in post-processing. It’s really important to know which of your photos are in good, sharp focus before you submit them for stock.