Breakfast Stock Club Articles
Simple stock photos to take at home!
If you find yourself feeling a little cooped up while spending time at home, here’s an easy way to create some new stock photos to pass the time – and maybe earn a little side-income, too. All you need is a table and a few props and voila — you’ve got a simple photo studio! […]
Stock photos to take at home right now
Well, everything is weird right now. But — the great news for us is that stock photos are still selling. It’s just that what’s selling is a little different than it was a month ago. For example, travel photos might not sell well over the next few months. Yep, I’ve seen a big dip in […]
Stuck inside? Here’s a fun thing to do…
I hope you’re doing alright and staying healthy in this strange time. If you’re cooped up inside and your travel plans are on hold for the time being (mine are – I was planning to go to Italy!) here’s something fun that could bring in a little income… Our friends at International Living magazine reached […]
He tripled his stock income in four months!
Supercharge Your Stock Portfolio By Jeff Kontur, Stock Photographer In September I took a good close look at my stock portfolio. After nearly five years doing stock photos and videos, it was the first time I had ever done that. Between photos and videos, I had a total of 895 assets listed for sale. Normally […]
Stock paid for her trip to Israel
My goal for 2020 is to build up my stock portfolio with Alamy. And I think you should, too. Alamy is a different kind of stock agency. You can read more about how it works here. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, with only a very small portfolio, I sold an image there for […]
My biggest stock photo sale
Woah! I sold a photo on Alamy for $700 last month. My cut: $280. That’s a lot more than the usual $.36-$2.50 from other agencies! It’s a super simple shot, too. Here’s what sold: As an Alamy contributor since last year, I’ve only made three sales there – for $700, $56, and $67. But, with […]
Recent Video Reviews
Video Review: Photo Challenge #111
This month Shelly Perry reviews submissions based on stock-worthy and saleable images based on goals and aspirtations.