In our new series we explore the different ways to sell photos online, in print, and elsewhere in ways you might not have considered before.
Each week we’ll look at a different genre or method to sell photos online and in other markets. To kick things off we’ll look at 16 novel ways you can start making money from your landscape images. And we’ll start by introducing you to a photographer who has been doing it successfully after being discovered by accident on Flickr.
Bloggers and editors of ‘non-commercial websites’ can now use photos from Getty Images’ archive for free.
The world’s largest photo agency has announced a new embed tool that will allow people to embed and share Getty’s images at no cost on non-commercial websites, blogs and social media channels.
An error in its payment system caused Getty Images to overpay thousands of photographers who sold images on its iStock subsidiary, and now the agency wants photographers to pay them back.
How do you set a price for your wedding photography that is just right? In their latest guest post the photo management and Canon Project1709 experts at Photoventure asked three professional wedding photographers how they’ve priced their packages and which factors they’ve taken into account.
While a single photographer is unlikely to attract a storm of abuse like McDonald’s, British Gas and JP Morgan when inviting feedback on social media, there are still some pitfalls that all photographers should avoid.
Another year, another chance to look back at the perfect moments, best news and most memorable discoveries of 2013. From selfies to voices from beyond, here are our 11 favourite photography-related moments this year.
Photographers document moments, good or bad, that happen to others. But what were the worst moments for photographers in 2013? In no particular order, here are the 10 that we’d prefer not to have experienced in the year gone by.
To see pictures like a professional photographer you need to know what elements to look for. Discover how to work a scene from top to bottom to make sure you’ve explored every creative angle.
Are you ready to take the plunge and become a professional photographer? Don’t until you’ve read these tips to get started in the business of photography.
Ahh, professional photography: you decide your own hours, meet lots of interesting people and fulfil your creative potential while getting paid…. right?