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General Stock Discussion / more or less clips from one shooting?
« on: November 20, 2019, 12:53 »
So i have a dilema, i usually shoot some similar shots but different in some way, but i just don't know if there is a point of uploading 4-7 clips that are a bit different but with same content? How do you choose clips that will upload? Does it effect on the sells? Is it better to be more picky? Thanks

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Pond5 / How to price your shots?
« on: November 20, 2019, 12:52 »
I believe this has been debated before but i will ask again, how do you price your shots? I use stocksubmitter and i get automatic prices i guess pond5 chooses them? But how do you price your clips?

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General - Top Sites / 4096 x 2160p vs 3840x2160
« on: November 16, 2019, 06:16 »
Recently i have upgraded my camera gear just for stock, and i have noticed that when i upload 4096 resolution the buyers get option for full HD in bigger resolution than 1920x1080. my question is, is it worth uploading 4096 or stick to UHD? Thanks

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General - Stock Video / H265 vs H264
« on: August 11, 2019, 12:45 »
Hello, i've been doing some research on this two codecs, and i couldn't really decide which one is better for stock. Any suggestions much appreciated !

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Hello, i've been trying to figuring it out how to upload my videos to istock, since i am a windows user. Thanks !

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iStockPhoto.com / Exporting video for Istock from windows
« on: January 28, 2019, 16:46 »
I recently started with uploading video clips to agencies and only on istock they require mov format, i used to export my video clips h.264 format i know that they accept 422 apple pro res codec but since i am on windows i could only export it with quicktime to make a mov file, still no luck i couldn't upload it. Anyone has solution for this? How do you export videos for istock? Thanks

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Video Equipment / Sofware / Technique / All-I or IPB Compression
« on: January 18, 2019, 15:56 »
I have two Canon DSLRs and one shoots All-I and the other cheaper one is IPB only, but its smaller and more practical :)

Does it matter which one you chose for stock footage? I know that all-i is better quality but in the end, does it matter?

Thanks!

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Pond5 / Pricing set
« on: January 15, 2019, 04:48 »
Hey, was wondering what pricing do you set for photos and videos? Always the same or depending on the shot? Thanks

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Newbie Discussion / When did earnings for you start seriously?
« on: January 09, 2019, 15:57 »
I am just interested as new stock uploader, when do photos start to sell after you upload them? I got some sells but i am talking about bigger numbers, i am also uploading daily and around 200 photos monthly :) Hopefully someone else shares his/hers experience

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General - Stock Video / Frames per second for agencies
« on: January 08, 2019, 12:29 »
I generally upload to many agencies, i have noticed that there is mixed FPS all over the footage some have 30 fps some 24 fps. I have been mostly shooting at 24 frames, is there a correct way of doing it for stock or any particular agency? Thanks

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Hello, i have started uploading to Istock i have few questions since i found this forum so active and helpful !
1. Where can i see which images have been downloaded so far i could only find monthly downloads at the end of the next month, but i couldn't see which photos sold
2. what video format istock accepts?
3. Can only exclusive users get their photos accepted to Getty images?

Thanks !!

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Alamy.com / Photo discoverability
« on: January 07, 2019, 16:45 »
Hello ! I started posting to Alamy agency and i am posting with Stocksubmitter, i have noticed that most of my photos have poor discoverability in my overview page. But if i click on my photo in submission i have selected supertags and discoverability is green, is this some kind of bug or am i doing something wrong? Thanks

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Newbie Discussion / Photo sizes when exporting
« on: January 07, 2019, 12:20 »
Glad i found this forum ! Recently i started with my stock career, i have 24 MP camera and i know that people that have 40+ MP downsize images for better quality, i am not sure if i should do the same, what are your thoughts on image sizes since i am limited to 24 MP. Thanks

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