Stock Photography: Professional Images and Techniques

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Amherst Media, 1999 - Photography - 116 pages
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This primer in stock photography will help the reader understand the business, learn the market, and take better stock photographs. Working image by image through nearly 60 photographs shot from around the globe, the author explains how she got each shot, the photographic equipment and techniques used, and how she makes all of her images earn money. Special attention is paid to creating images for common stock photography markets such as education, architecture, domestic life, medical, mixed ethnicity, children, and senior citizens.

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About the author (1999)

Ulrike Welsch is a professional stock photographer who worked for 15 years as a feature photographer for the Boston Globe. Welsch is the author of Faces of New England and The World I Love to See. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

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