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iStockPhoto.com / istock not accepting new contributors ???
« on: February 16, 2018, 14:25 »
Hello everyone,

i wanted to start selling my photos on istock but when i try to register it says that it is impossible now , every time i check it is the same thing , they dont give us more information

do you know what is happening ? when they will accept new contributors and open subscriptions ?

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Adobe Stock / Re: New on AdobeStock
« on: February 16, 2018, 12:14 »
i am new in adobe stock , and also new into microstock business , i have just 100 photos on my portfolio
i started two weeks later , i have decided to cencentrate on just shutterstock and adobe ( i do only photos )
my first sales were on shutterstock , but then it started a little bit later on adobe and now i earned more from adobe then from shutterstock

I know that this in not the answer you were looking for , but hope it can be helpfull

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Newbie Discussion / Re: What agencies work best for you ?
« on: February 08, 2018, 13:23 »
I'm okay at iStock, Shutter, and Fotolia.
Thanks for your answer :)

Hello friend,

I just visited your SS Gallery.
Nice photos.
(But most of the photos are same angle and same distance...)

All the best! :)


Thanks friend, i appreciate your comment , in these photoshoots ( i have done only 2 for now ) i was concentrated only to change expressions and the subject , but you are right i need to make some variations of the angle and the distance too

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Software / Re: Xpiks - open source software for microstocker
« on: February 02, 2018, 11:10 »
I just tried this software ! it's the first stock software i'm using ! really great app

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Newbie Discussion / Re: What agencies work best for you ?
« on: February 01, 2018, 07:31 »
I'll throw in my Microstock 2 cents.

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what agencies work better for you ?

Depends on your style. AS, SS is a good start, but you can also throw in iStock while you're at it (others would disagree). I understand that more agencies mean more model releases to fill out and administer which can be a pain, so it makes sense to limit to fewer than normal studio work which might as well go everywhere and RF.

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https://www.shutterstock.com/g/wmaireche

Seems like stuff from 2006 - just too unnatural-looking / forced. I think this day in age you need to make more effort stand out and be different to have a chance (it's very competitive). As for the technicals, since I don't do studio work so perhaps others on here can provide better insight in that department.

Good luck



Thank you for you answer and your advices,
about Istock , i tried to register but it seems like they dont accept new contributors anymore

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Newbie Discussion / What agencies work best for you ?
« on: February 01, 2018, 03:18 »
Hello everyone,

I'm new here on the forum and in the stock photography, i do commercial and advertising photography but i have a lot of free time and a studio and all the equipement i need so i'm gonna try stock photography

My question is : what agencies work better for you ? i was thinking at the beginning to do it on all the agencies , but it takes a lot of money and i told my self that it is maybee better to concentrate on 2 or 3 agencies and spend the reste of the time shooting new images

I have tried shutterstock , adobe , dreamstime and bigstockphoto , but now i'm uploading just to adobe stock and shutterstock

this is my shutterstock gallery it will be great to have your opinion on my work , i have not uploaded a lot of photos , i started last week

https://www.shutterstock.com/g/wmaireche

Thanks in advance for you help



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Lighting / Re: Elinchrom ELC Pro HD or Hensel Expert D Series?
« on: January 26, 2018, 19:04 »
Hello, it is maybe too late
I have the elinchrom pro HD they are really great , i've always had elinchrom strobes so this is why i choose them , the advantage of elinchrom is that they are less expensive than profoto or hansel and they are really great

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