From the monthly archives: July 2013

Good Monday morning to you!  Let’s talk licensing today.  As I’ve discussed before, when you go to a stock photo agency and make a purchase, what you are really doing is buying a set of rights to use the image you’re interested in.  The image data is part of the package, sure, but the […]

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Today I continue in my series of Portfolio Updates by featuring my new series “At The Gym”, which is available exclusively at Stocksy United.  Now, I know it is more Back-To-School time right now, then Back-In-Shape time, but it’s been quite a while since I’ve gotten into a fitness facility to shoot, […]

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For my stock photo portfolio over at Stocksy United, I’m always looking for interesting and new locations to shoot in.  Currently, I’m looking for businesses in the St. Louis/St. Charles area that might be interested in allowing me to come in to their environment and shoot some photos, in return for either cash for the […]

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I’m a big Harry Potter fan.  Read all the books several times.  Can quote you lines from the movies.  Favorite theme park beverage is pumpkin juice from Universal Studio’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter (although I can’t talk myself into $6 a bottle via mail order).  As Hagrid says “It’s not every […]

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iStockphoto came out with some new advertising today, and unfortunately, most of it is misleading, and confusing to buyers.  Let’s take a quick look at some marketing claims.

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The word about Stocksy United is spreading, and I’m happy to help that along.  I don’t spend much time on Twitter, but I do occasionally search for people having problems with finding stock images to offer them a possible solution.  The complaints are about such things as complicated pricing, or “credit” issues, or user […]

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We’re in July now, and that means, at least in the USA, that we are heading towards the start of the school year.  Of course, that means buyers will have a need for traditional “Back To School” images, but other extra-curricular activities start up at the same time.  Sports, scouts, and even […]

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More Images Back Online

On July 10, 2013 By

As I continue to work to get my full catalog of stock images back online, I wanted to highlight some more of my recent additions to my personal Photoshelter stock site.  You can also find a selection of these at my various distributors, like GL Stock Images, Depositphotos and Pond5.  First […]

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If you are looking for no-hassle, no credits image licensing, the shopping cart and payment system at Stocksy United is already fast and easy to use.  You can already pay for your image licenses with a credit card, quick and simple.  If you are a corporate client, support can also set you up […]

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Amidst the other changes announced and unveiled last week, iStockphoto also introduced some pricing changes to the new “Main” collection.  However, buyers who are drawn in by this news may find it costs them more than expected.

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