Category Archives: Stock Photography

Your Stock Photography Portfolio Is Your Pictures Could Be Worth $1,000.

You can add photos of Hobby Pay. Both photographers recommend considering the many potential commercial uses for your is the hardest to get into. Include lots of details in your title and description important to make sure you have the proper equipment. The term “micro stock” refers to the micro payments the sites charge customers… Read More »

Getting Organised For Stock

If you’re finding the prospect of ‘getting organised’ to start selling your photography a bit daunting, this will help. A lot of people worry (mistakenly) that they have to organise, catalogue and caption every single photo they’ve ever shot… before they start selling their photography through a stock library. The thing is, when you submit… Read More »

Stock Photos And Stock Photography Refer To The Images Purchased Under This Distribution Method And May Be Photos, Computer Generated Graphics, Clip-art, Vectors, And Other Form Of Imagery.

3, 2016, 10:30 AM 1,358 print The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Since you don’t have all day to scour the web for noteworthy sales and discounts, we rounded up the best bargains… Read More »

Children Stock Images by Howard Birnstihl

[pcategory “People Photography”] [ptags “children playing, childhood games, photos of children, child,children,childhood”] Children is a new photo gallery that’s been getting a lot of attention recently. Just lying in the grass, thinking by the pond, clowning around in costume, searching under rocks and climbing trees, chores and drinking fountains, blowing bubbles and hanging around with… Read More »

Women and Children of Thailand – A New Photo Set from Tyrrell Mendis

Tyrrell Mendis has just released a new set of stock images. A random selection of images of the friendly people of Thailand. Available but not included are images of musicians, mahouts, monks, flower sellers, food vendors, tribes persons and others. View the complete Women and Children of Thailand lightbox here tags: thailand photography, thailand stock… Read More »

Lemurs of Madagascar Stock Photos from Colin Radford

Colin Radford has just published a new set of Wildlife images. Madagascar is known for its wonderful, unique and exotic flora and fauna. The lemurs of Madagascar easily endear themselves to visitors who come to this fascinating island in the Southern Indian Ocean region. Many of the images below relate to a young gray bamboo… Read More »

Podcast #17 – NEWS & See you on the other side | WeShootFuji

This is Episode #17 of the WeShootFuji podcast. It’s hosted by Scott Bourne and Marco Larousse. On this show we are celebrating the birthday of an amazing 1st year of WeShootFuji, breaking some news and talk about some images from the WeShootFuji show #13 Flickr homework…….. Thomas Menk’s insight: You can listen and subscribe for free to the… Read More »

Bokeh – meaning and use of bokeh in photography | Sebastian Boatca

Sometimes in our lives, especially when we had to deal with photography, we have encountered the following term : “Bokeh”. Well, it has this strange Asian sound and flavor, so what could it mean? The word “Bokeh” actually comes from the Japanese word “boke” ボケ, which means “blur”. The “h” at the end was added to emphasize… Read More »

Shooting The Beast on the Fujinon 50-140mm f2.8 and the Fujinon 1.4x Tele-Converter | John Rourke

Earlier this year I spent a weekend on the Fujiholics trip to Wales, to secretly test the Fujinon 50-140mm F2.8 lens with the new 1.4x teleconverter . I spent the whole time with my shiny test lens and converter covered in a storm cape, unconvincingly trying to pass this off by telling everyone that “well it might rain “– “well… Read More »

How to Sell Your Fine Art Photography | Maria Piscopo

In this column we look at some of the business aspects of fine art photography: getting established, finding clients, looking for gallery representation, marketing techniques, and finding your style and direction. Special thanks to this month’s contributing photographers: Sean Bagshaw (Outdoor Exposure Photography, LLC), David Bowman, John Granata (John Granata Fine Art), Robin Hill, and… Read More »

This is what you can expect in the latest Fujifilm X-T1 4.20 Firmware Update | Mike Trikilis

Today Fujifilm Japan announced a new free firmware upgrade for the Fujifilm X-T1 and Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition. The new firmware version 4.20 will improve operability and functionality for every X-T1 owner, ensuring the cameras stay as up to date as possible. The first feature that’s been upgraded will certainly benefit many event, sports… Read More »


FUJIFILM North America Corporation announced a new Firmware Update V.4.20 for the FUJIFILM X-T1 and X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition X-Series digital cameras that includes updated auto focus system features. Users will also experience instant auto focus that can now be locked when using manual focus for still images and video, Optional Flashgun in Bracketing/Continuous shooting,… Read More »