Microstock Photography: How to Make Money from Your Digital Images Douglas Freer is available to download
|Microstock Photography: How to Make Money from Your Digital Images|
|Type: ||eBook |
|Released: ||2008 |
|Publisher: ||Focal Press |
|Page Count: ||224 |
|Format: ||pdf |
|Language: ||English |
|ISBN-10: ||0240808967 |
|ISBN-13: ||9780240808963 |
Be a part of one of the world's fastest growing imaging phenomenons: microstock photography.Microstock Photography: How to ...
Textbook Microstock photography provides both professional and amateur photographers an opportunity to diversify their income and expand their artistic visibility by turning day trip photos or photography portfolios into viable business investments.Douglas Freer has written a comprehensive book that details the technical and commercial processes of the microstock industry. A must read for entrants into the microstock photography field, Microstock Photography shows you how to: .Choose the right microstock agency.Shoot work that will sell.Navigate the strict technical requirements.Understand the likely financial returns.Review licensing models.Understand copyright issuesOver 60 illustrations and photographs help you improve your skills, learn new techniques specific to shooting stock photography and better understand what the microstock market demands. Anyone can shoot digital stock photography, but in order to make money and be successful, you need the practical advice that can only be found in this book. *Learn how to start earning money fast from your personal photos or professional portfolio *Contains invaluable information on the crucial technical and commercial requirements you'll need to meet to be successful in the microstock industry *Over 60 full color images show you what sells and what doesn't
About the Author
Douglas Freer is the former principal of a niche online rights managed stock photo library, a semi-professional photographer and the London based senior partner of the law firm he founded in 2004. He is highly regarded in the industry of microstock photography and has founded one of the largest microstock forums. He is a contributing photographer for IStock, Shutterstock, Dreamstime, 123Royaltyfree and Fotolia and a member of the Royal Photographic Society.