Agency Based Discussion > Stocksy

Analog pictures at Stocksy

(1/1)

langstrup:
Hi

Are there some members here, that have experience with shooting analog to Stocksy?

Im interested in hearing how it works out regarding to sales and price. I have no experience with analog, but I can see that the files are very small when converted to digital files. With that in mind I was wondering if analog images are hard to sell at Stocksy

:-)

MichaelJayFoto:

--- Quote from: langstrup on December 03, 2015, 09:45 ---I have no experience with analog, but I can see that the files are very small when converted to digital files.
--- End quote ---

How did you come to that assessment? Looking at the Film queue at Stocksy, I can see images ranging from 6 (the minimum) to about 16-20 megapixels. Medium format images partly a bit higher.

Sean Locke Photography:

--- Quote from: MichaelJayFoto on December 03, 2015, 10:20 ---
--- Quote from: langstrup on December 03, 2015, 09:45 ---I have no experience with analog, but I can see that the files are very small when converted to digital files.
--- End quote ---


How did you come to that assessment? Looking at the Film queue at Stocksy, I can see images ranging from 6 (the minimum) to about 16-20 megapixels. Medium format images partly a bit higher.

--- End quote ---


Maybe he's talking about file size or something?

OP, here you go: http://blog.stocksy.com/blog/2015/9/1/film-month

jen:

--- Quote from: langstrup on December 03, 2015, 09:45 ---Im interested in hearing how it works out regarding to sales and price. I have no experience with analog, but I can see that the files are very small when converted to digital files.
--- End quote ---

My 35mm film scans are big enough to license as XL, the largest size. 

Navigation

[0] Message Index

Go to full version