How to Shoot Stock Photos that Sell

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Allworth Press, 2001 - Photography - 224 pages
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This guide seeks to equip photographers with everything they need to know to shoot stock photographs that sell in today's marketplace. More than 40 stock assignments designed to reflect the most current trends in photography provide readers with step-by-step blueprints for creating saleable stock. This edition contains information about digital photography and the Internet, including digital imaging, digital cameras, shooting with digital cameras, and marketing stock photography on the Web. There is practical advice on style and concepts of effective stock shooting; the technical aspects of stock photography; stock subjects and markets; how to plan and produce a shoot; selling stock; marketing and promotion; delivery methods; finding and selling through a stock agency; negotiating stock prices; running a stock business; and more.

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Michal Heron has been a successful freelance photographer for more than twenty years. In addition to running her own stock business, she is represented by stock photo agencies in the United States and overseas. She is a frequent lecturer at seminars and workshops nationally. She lives in New York City.

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