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IMG 3063
 
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I haven't sold any images yet. This is one that I like. How can I improve to get some sales?

 

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Megan


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© Megan Frost Photography

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Taken with Canon Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS

  • 50 mm
  • 1/250
  • f f/11.0
  • ISO 100
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Hi Megan - I think the simplest of answers is to be unique and find a market that hasn't been photographed much, or do what has already been done 10 times better!  Also, forget photographing everything on white surfaces/backdrops. I know this is stock and "unique" has to have commercial value of course, but, it's important to think outside the box. 

 

I looked at your website and the images that I liked were the portraits and the dog pictures. You had one image of a dog in a field with the wind blowing his hair across his face. That looked very candid. 

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megan.....There must be a subject in this But I can't find it. Also it's Not as sharp as it could be Pls Inspect your work at 125% before submitting

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megan.....There must be a subject in this But I can't find it. Also it's Not as sharp as it could be Pls Inspect your work at 125% before submitting

Thanks for the feedback. How can I take a sharper image? I took this one at 50mm and 1/250.

 

Megan

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Hi Megan - I think the simplest of answers is to be unique and find a market that hasn't been photographed much, or do what has already been done 10 times better!  Also, forget photographing everything on white surfaces/backdrops. I know this is stock and "unique" has to have commercial value of course, but, it's important to think outside the box. 

 

I looked at your website and the images that I liked were the portraits and the dog pictures. You had one image of a dog in a field with the wind blowing his hair across his face. That looked very candid. 

 

Thank you! That helps. I have a bunch more images on white currently pending approval, so don't think I ignored your suggestion, haha!

 

I think my portraits are my strongest images for the most part. I'd like to involve models in the stock part of my business eventually when I can see some return!

 

Update: I've had a sale! It's probably the simplest of all my images so maybe I can use that for direction as well.

 

https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/white-artificial-wood-grain-background-626014931?src=kDYXmmOsRUycUNwVK6ssDw-1-6

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