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Photography - Get started in stock photography from MasterPhotoDVD on Vimeo.

Get Started in Stock Photography

by MasterPhotoDVD on Vimeo

Master photographer Tony Sweets describes how he got his start in stock photography. The lecture takes viewers through his early steps in getting his business off the ground. For more information visit MasterPhotoDVD.com

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10 Ways to Make Money with your Digital Camera

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10 Ways to Make Money with your Digital Camera. Covers Real-Estate, Amateur Sporting Events, How-To Projects, Child Safety Identifcation, Selling Scrapbooks of Events, and more.
" Real Estate - Photograph homes as a paid service to realtors in your area. Since most newspapers and 'home for sale' magazines feature photographs of the homes that are for sale, your services can allow the realtors to spend more time earning their living instead of taking pictures. Also, with the popularity of the internet, most real estate agencies have websites with featured homes or searchable listings. These websites usually need good photographs as well. "
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Selling Your Photographs by Luminous-Landscape
To sell or not to sell (your photographs), that is the question. Although the implications may not be as far reaching as those faced by Hamlet
ASMP Copyright Guide for Photographers by iStep.com
"This document is Copyright ASMP (American Society of Media Photographers, Inc.) 1991. It is distributed electronically by the online members
10 Big Myths about copyright explained by Templetons.com
"An attempt to answer common myths about copyright seen on the net and cover issues related to copyright and USENET/Internet publication.

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Selling Your Fine Art Photography by Apogee Photo
"You've been doing photography for several years, so you have a nice selection of images that your friends say includes some really good work.
Technique for Getting Images Published by ePhotoZine
A great part of getting your images published is about pre-planning, preparation and a little bit of luck. Let's look at a mainly digital submission,
10 Quick Tips to Negotiating a Fair Price For Your Photographs by TWIPPhoto
"How much should you charge for your photographs? There’s no single right answer other than - “It depends.” It depends on lots of factors. How
Pricing Photography by NPPA
What should you charge? There is no simple answer. First, examine your cost of doing business to understand the minimums you must charge to
Building your Photography Brand - You need a logo! by HyperFocal.com
Creating your first logo as a photographer can be both exciting and challenging but a good logo is a must have for any photographer. A good
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