How does one became a "model" for stock photo sites like istockphoto.com and the like?
I've always thought it would be hilarious to be in one.
I just wrote a hub to answer your question. Yes, I am a contributing photographer to iStock.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Be-A-Model-for- … hotography
by ryankett 14 hours ago
Now that I have a camera with a half decent resolution I am considering making some of my pics available for microstock sites, I am attracted to the idea of another residual income, even if that income is modest.I would be interested in hearing whether or not anybody else has used microstock sites...
by Eric Dockett 4 years ago
I've always chosen my Hub images carefully, from sources that offer appropriately licensed images or public domain images.Lately I've been getting suspicious of a few of my sources. Sometimes when I do a Google image search it turns up the same image on multiple stock photo sites in addition to the...
by seamus 10 years ago
I'm curious where you all go to get photos. I used istockphoto.com sometimes and that can get pricey if there's nothing suitable in the half-price bin.For some subjects, I could use my own. For others, it's best to get stock.What good ideas do you have?
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
Does anybody of you make money from Stock Photo Agencies? I have experienced that most of the agencies reject even award winning photographs, due to automated filters. What is solution for it?
by Skylar Spring 7 years ago
How profitable is selling photography online on stock photo sites?
by LindaSmith1 4 years ago
I understand Creative Commons and so forth. The question is about the Free photos that are allowed for commercial use, but they have ISTOCK across the image? ISTOCK is one of several places for free images that do this. Are photos, images like that permitted?
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