Stock agencies love to tell new contributors NOT to send in flower photos. And I get it. Everyone takes photos of flowers because they’re pretty. But just because a flower is pretty… doesn’t mean that your photo of it is a saleable image. So stock agency inspectors are left rejecting thousands of quick snapshots of […]
For the Breakfast Stock Club Challenge “Let’s Play,” I decided to take my camera out and play with a new technique, called “double exposure.” Here’s the result, which I showed you last week: I wasn’t going to submit this photo to my agencies. I thought it was too “experimental.” But it’s become one of my […]
Not sure which of your photos you should sell as stock?… here’s a video walking you through what works best as stock, what doesn’t, and why.
Overwhelmed by all of the information on selling your photos as stock?… here’s a quick and easy stock photography “do’s and don’ts” list to follow.
Breakfast Stock Club member John Cumbow is a great example of consistency. John loves to take photos during his travels, and over time, he’s turned his love of travel into a stock photo portfolio with hundreds of images that bring in consistent sales.
Kim Nelson’s stock photo success story shows that she’s finding success with consistent srock agency sales while also keeping an eye to the future.
Breakfast Stock Club Reader Survey Results – Here’s how it all shook out with your input
Valerie Haas mentioned that she had nearly doubled her stock photo income in one year, I was all ears!
Breakfast Stock Club member Elizabeth Coughlan uses both Alamy and Shutterstock, and she’s written up a great summary, based on her experience, of the strengths of each.
One of my favorite things about our monthly Photo Challenges is seeing the variety of ideas and different directions you take each theme. Here are a few images from last month’s Challenge theme, “Connectivity.”