Posts by: Sean Locke

Today, let’s dip back into my “Ask A Stock Photographer” facebook post.  Karen says “I am fascinated by some of your locations. Very creative ideas like the turkey farm, and how In the world do you manage to clear out and rent an airport? I would like to read about how some of those […]

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We’re in the heat of summer here in St. Louis.  Over 100 degrees heat index makes for a bit of sweating and no outdoor shooting.  Today, though, I’d like to show you a new set of stock images, exclusively at Stocksy United – “At the Coffee Shop”.

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Big news this morning as creative application giant Adobe announced their new stock content service, which comes handily integrated into Adobe CC programs and which sources images from the Fotolia database.

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How I Find Models

On June 8, 2015 By

Happy Monday, and back to answering another question from my FB post “Ask A Stock Photographer”…  Today, the question is about finding models.

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So, last week, I answered the first part of Steve’s question : “How do you manage key wording and uploading?”   Today, let’s discuss uploading.  Or at least, how I do it.

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As part of a long-worked-on project, last week Stocksy United revamped it’s “advanced filtering” options for it’s search, as well as adding two new sorting methods.  Let’s take a look at the cool new options.

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Last week, on my Facebook business page, I asked readers to submit questions – “Ask a Stock Photographer”.  So, we start today with a workflow question …

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Over spring break this year, I had the opportunity to travel to the Caribbean island of Bonaire to do some scuba diving.  Lots of fish down there.  While on the island, I managed to carve out a little time to do a beach shoot with a local model that would be great for your […]

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The title of the post says it all.  There’s been a change at Stocksy that makes one, or, well, two, of the extended licenses, a better deal for buyers.  Read on!

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Baseball season is upon us.   So, today I’m offering packages of traditional baseball field organ music for licensing at very reasonable pricing!

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