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Messages - Smiling Jack

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I agree with Sharply_Done. The good old days are now. Somebody once said"yesterday is a cancelled check:tomorrow is a promissory note:but today is cash"
Smiling jack

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iStockPhoto.com / Re: Congratulations, Ivan (WhiteChild)!!!
« on: April 07, 2010, 21:50 »
Congratulation! Well done.
Smiling Jack

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Thanks for you feedback on how buyers are thinking. Very interesting. The more you know about your customer(the buyer) the better you can plan your marketing. Good luck in finding a new job.
Smiling Jack

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very useful.Thanks
Smiling Jack

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Site Related / Re: Where did you hear about Microstockgroup.com
« on: January 20, 2010, 17:55 »
Some site on selling photos on microstock that mentioned your site- but I can't remember which one.(must be a senior moment). Sure glad I followed up on the lead.
Smiling jack

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Off Topic / Re: Do you have a life away from microstock
« on: January 15, 2010, 17:23 »
I only have three things i love to do.Flying- Flying and Flying and then in in the time i have left -I like to go Flying
Smiling Jack

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iStockPhoto.com / Re: Accepted and Thanks!
« on: January 07, 2010, 13:11 »
Good for you! I am afraid to even try.
Smiling Jack

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General Stock Discussion / Re: 2010 Microstock goals
« on: January 07, 2010, 13:05 »
 To take better aerial photos and make more sales in microstock.
Smiling Jack

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Off Topic / Re: Merry Christmas everyone
« on: December 17, 2009, 19:22 »
Merry Christmas to one and all
Smiling Jack

110
At least I had hair!
Smiling Jack

111
What you said is right on Zenus. I have come to the same conclusion . Most of the aerials I have put up on mircostock have been photos left over from postcards,real estate and engineering planning  assignments. Although i have some advantages most pilots don't have-still doubt that i could make a profit shooting just for microstock.
My advantages are: 1-I  own the plane I use. It is a 1946 Taylorcraft which is very simple and relative inexpensive. 2-I live and take photos in a very rural area with lots of uncontrolled airspace. 3-I have and A&P licence so I can do my own aircraft maintenance.
But still I guess you would say I am a part time microstock photographerand probably stay that way.
Smiling Jack 

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Thank you. Very interesting and informative. But you remarks on outdoor photos is discourging for me -since all of my aerial photos are "outdoor". Oh well-I will keep trying to find my niche.
Smiling Jack

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Video Equipment / Sofware / Technique / Re: GoPro
« on: November 15, 2009, 10:55 »

WOW! But i still like to do my flying with an airplane.
Smiling Jack

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Adobe Stock / Re: I am so sick of Fotolia rejects..
« on: November 14, 2009, 12:45 »
Hi Anyka
I found your secret! You live in Europe and you shoot great European photos
Smiling Jack

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All I can say is -WOW!
Smiling Jack

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Off Topic / Re: Jessica Cox - amazing story of personal challenge
« on: November 10, 2009, 12:25 »
As along time pilot and flight instructor I can only marvel at what Jessica Cox has accomplished as a pilot.She brings to mind the old saying-"where there is a will there is a way"
Smiling Jack

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General Stock Discussion / Re: The use of a square image
« on: November 02, 2009, 23:17 »
Thanks Sjlocke and Lisafx for airing the blog from lookstat.com.  Those are very useful statistics
Smiling Jack

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Hi
I joined Fotolia but hadn't submitted any photos. After this post I think I will hold of sending any photos
Smiling Jack

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Bigstock.com / Re: How are you doing at BigStock?
« on: September 06, 2009, 16:09 »
Thanks for the skinny Anonymous.
Smiling Jack

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Bigstock.com / Re: How are you doing at BigStock?
« on: September 05, 2009, 18:36 »
OK Anonymous- You said you know what the skinny is on "how, where and what buyers will pay". What is the skinny? I really would like to know.
Thanks Smiling Jack

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Wilddingo:
Since i seem to recognize good advice when i see it here -I am laughing all the way to the bank.
Smiling Jack

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Hey PowerDroid- you said it all! Great post
Smiling Jack

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Good idea.
Smiling Jack

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Right on Sharply_Done.
Smiling Jack

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Off Topic / Re: Sometimes the snow comes down in June
« on: June 03, 2009, 19:31 »
That sounds like western Montana. I have seen snow here in Western Montana in June also. In fact in 1956-I saw snow in July( although very light)
Smiling Jack

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