Learn How Anyone Can Shoot, Upload and Sell Photos From Their DSLR to Create a Monthly, Residual Income That Keeps on Paying When You Stop Working!
- Would you like to grow your own library of images to produce a steady, monthly, residual income?
- Have you ever wondered how to sell stock photos using just your current DSLR and lens?
- Would you like to learn how simple it REALLY is?
If you answered yes to the above, then this new stock photography eBook covers everything you need to know about selling stock photography.
We have left no stone unturned and reveal all the secrets to producing a library of images that bring in a consistent, residual monthly income:
- Camera settings
- Samples of rejected images and why they were rejected
- How to shoot it
- Effective keywording for more sales
- What to shoot
- Selection of sample images with real sales values from traditional and microstock...
- Traditional vs. Microstock
- How to upload
- How to process it
- What NOT to shoot
- Where NOT to upload
- Where to upload (agencies)
- Learn how to get accepted first time at the agencies saving time and hassle!
I have been a photographer since 1980 (when I was just 13), I have been shooting stock photography for over 5 years and currently have some of the top selling images in the world in my online libraries taken with nothing more than a prosumer DSLR and lens.
I have seen them for sale:
- Russian travel magazines
- American national press adverts
- Within in-flight magazines
- On billboards in Spain
- UK national press
..and even taking up the entire wall in the entrance of one of my local restaurants (that was a cool surprise)
This is a really great business to be in as you can:
- You are under no obligation to shoot a certain amount of images
- You can upload as little or as many images as you like with no penalty
- Take it at your own pace and learn as you go
- It is a great way to learn and improve your photography
So why am I showing you how to do this? Won't that put you directly in competition with me?
Well, yes and no.