Digital Stock Photography: How to Shoot and Sell

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Allworth Press, 2007 - Photography - 279 pages
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Digital Stock Photography equips photographers with everything they need to know to create digital stock photos that sell in today’s marketplace. From organizing a shoot to raking in the profits as the pictures sell and sell and sell again, all the steps are here: Capturing digital images, working with scans, digital delivery of images, evaluating equipment, organizing digital files, building an archive, and more. Thirty assignments, designed to reflect the latest trends in photography, provide readers with a blueprint for building a stock collection. Special sections explain how to market, negotiate and quote prices, and manage a business, plus obtaining model releases and protecting copyright.

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Michal Heron has been a successful freelance photographer for more than thirty years. Her books include How to Shoot Stock Photos That Sell (more than 35,000 copies sold), which Studio Photography called "one of the top publications on today’s hottest photographic area." She lives in New York City.

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