Microstock Photography - Ever consider selling your photos but afraid you don't have large enough holdings to approach a large stock company? This book shows you how to get into the field of stock photography without having to be one of the industries "heavy hitters".
The book covers what it takes to enter this arena and leaves no subject stone unturned. From targeting markets, to the technical aspects of stock photography, this book is more than just a comprehensive glance at the field. It will show you how to decide what to shoot, how to market it, who to approach, legal aspects, releases, contracts, financial considerations and much more.
Audience: Amateur and professional looking to diversify their incomes. Anyone contributing to traditional stock libraries (Corbis, Getty).
About the Author: Douglas Freer is the former principal of a niche online rights managed stock photo library, a semi-professional photographer and the London based senior partner of the law firm he founded in 2004.
He is highly regarded in the industry of microstock photography and has founded one of the largest microstock forums. He is a contributing photographer for IStock, Shutterstock, Dreamstime, 123Royaltyfree and Fotolia and a member of the Royal Photographic Society.