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Getting Work Done

On August 4, 2015 By

Hey, it’s Tuesday, and that means …  Well … I guess it doesn’t mean anything, really.  But lets grab another question from my “Ask A Stock Photographer” series.  Pavel asks “How do you manage to cater for so many agencies, producing content in such quantities? Do you delegate some of the work like post-processing?“

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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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Portrait Lens

On June 25, 2012 By

Occasionally (actually, frequently), on iStockphoto, or various other photography forums, people will ask “What’s the best lens for ______”.  Fill in the blank with your choice of “weddings”, “landscapes”, “portraits”, etc.  Most of the time, I don’t think these questions are easily answered as it depends on all kinds of other things – what kind […]

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A look behind the scenes at a recent shoot.

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Many times on iStockphoto, a contributor will be concerned that the royalty paid out for a certain size download is incorrect. Since IS sells credits anywhere from $.50 – $1.50, there is a wide range of amounts that could be paid out for any size purchase. You can use the calculator below to see if […]

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Learn about the new iStock referral system and what the referral code does.

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New Google Image Search is both useful and problematic.

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2012 Redeemed Credit Target Levels.

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Note to ABC GMA Fans

On May 26, 2009 By

Get rich quick with your images! Not!

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Terms of Service from several sites are examined for fairness.

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