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We’re winding down the year 2014, which means it’s time for all things new, including this recently added stock photo image series for New Year’s Eve.

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A little more holiday humor this week…

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You can picture John Denver and the Muppets singing this if you like.  All these images were created in 2014:

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When you license a stock image for use in your work, you’re really entering into a contract that allows you certain rights to use that image.  This week, Stocksy United did a revamp of their image pages that makes it easier for you to purchase the rights you need for your project.  Let’s [...]

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Ho, ho, ho!  You’ve been hearing Christmas music since Halloween, but I’ve waiting until after Thanksgiving to spotlight my new royalty free stock image series “Santa 2014″.  So, grab that cocoa and check out these new photos, perfect for your ad designs.

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Last week I spent a day cooking up a storm in my kitchen to create a new royalty free stock image series on the subject of Thanksgiving side dishes.  I don’t mind having Thanksgiving a few weeks early in my house, because sometimes I can’t wait for such a great food-centric holiday!

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Gobble, gobble!  Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away, and what better way to illustrate a holiday article than with some brand new stock images of young turkeys on a farm?

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If you’re interested in licensing my stock photography work, but find yourself locked into one particular agency due to company policy, this may be good news for you.  I am currently adding stock content to my portfolio on Dreamstime: http://www.dreamstime.com/seanlockephotography_info

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With their recent changes, iStockphoto has essentially left smaller buyers (the occasional buyer, small businesses, churches, students, etc.) in the dust.  Read more on this “strategy” here: http://www.michaeljayfoto.com/agency-news/the-new-istock-is-live/ .  The buyers aren’t being quiet about their discontent.

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iStockphoto is currently having downtime and is unavailable because they’re putting into place their new pricing/credit/purchase scheme.  At the time of this writing, I believe it’s been down about 9 hours so far.  If you’re needing an alternative for licensing royalty free stock photos, may I offer some alternatives?

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