Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by alexromo, Jun 22, 2008.
signed up for it and had 1 out of 3 images rejected, delaying my registration
Supply submitted photos.
you could say i do quite well from istock.
stop uploading crap and your shit won't get rejected. for real.
post up a few examples with links to 100% shots and i'll see if i can help.
I got approved, but all my photos got rejected because I am not good with reading the rules
point of reference please>?
I would consider 50 bucks a week quite well....
exactly what i submitted:
cliffs on site?
I wonder why they passed 2 with the lensflare on her head and the cut off shadow...
1 is ok, but the suit looks weird/too big on him.
Looks like I need to start submitting some images.
no one. micro ftmfl
link to your work?
tell me more
ok, so how can i profit?
find 11ty billion buyers for your work on micro
find a better medium than micro
I'm not saying that this is what you're doing (I have no idea) but most get the idea you just send in your snapshots and someone will buy it. Stock requires a lot of work before and after the fact.
hrm, finding those buyers is easier said than done
Submit to agencies like Getty or Wire and you will get paid, i submit to them frequently
except you can't just sign up for Getty/Corbis.
Alamy is a good one that's easy to get started with.
yeah you have to interview and show a good portfolio. i wish i could be a staff photog for them
though its more than just a portfolio, they have to be good stock images. Most people think free money and don't understand what will sell vs what won't.
I'm signed up with them but haven't got anything listed yet. Its going to take a good half day to go through all their submitting guidelines.
with who? Getty?
Where is a good place to sell prints? I know that guy on here was trying to start up that site but I haven't seen anything come of it yet. I think I have a few shots that may sell, I just haven't bothered to look around.