Dealing With Clients Wanting Discount Prices

Here's a great little video I've been sharing on all our photography websites & blogs for a long time now. I figure we're probably going to get a bit of extra visitor traffic with the 're-launch', so I'm reposting it here for anyone who missed it... highly recommended! If you ever have a Client ask for a discount … for any reason … in exchange for a credit, or becaus...
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DIY Stock Photography Website

We’ve been doing a few promos for the Instant Photography Websites package recently, which in turn has prompted a few people to email me asking for a good template website for selling their photography as stock. The thing to remember about this is, the frame work is the easy part. A lot of photographers get all caught up believing if they build a cool shopfront, buyers wi...
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Subject Versus Content In Stock Photography

One question I get over and over from photographers is ‘what subjects sell best’. Mostly it’s photographers thinking about getting into stock photography and wanting to know what subjects they can go out to shoot to make the most sales. Unfortunately it shows a fundamental lack of understanding of stock photography and the difference between Photo Subject and Photo Content. Yo...
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Selling Stock Photos

This article introduces the basics of selling stock photos through a Rights Managed Stock Library. If you're just starting out, you're sure to see plenty of places where you can sell your images Royalty Free and as Microstock... Rights Managed photography licensing is a whole different ball game, and one you really want to understand before you commit to the wrong kind of li...
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