Selling Stock Photography for Amateurs

Written by Nick Stubbs

It may have crossed your mind at some point that you would like to sell your images with some ofrepparttar photographic stock agencies online. You may have then visited their sites only to be put off byrepparttar 137394 costs involved with regard torepparttar 137395 equipment needed to "producerepparttar 137396 goods". Many ofrepparttar 137397 larger agencies need file sizes of 50MB which require professional or semi-professional equipment and for whichrepparttar 137398 costs run into thousands.

What a lot of people don't understand is that there are "micro stock" agencies that cater for a different market altogether! You see,repparttar 137399 huge image files required byrepparttar 137400 larger agencies are what are needed for large advertising or marketing companies that need to either show off exceptional quality or reproducerepparttar 137401 images in print, at greatly enlarged proportions. But what aboutrepparttar 137402 rest ofrepparttar 137403 world?

What about small companies that cannot affordrepparttar 137404 rates offered by large stock agencies? What aboutrepparttar 137405 sole trader or self employed that simply needs a few decent images for his/her website or small marketing campaign? What about colleges or faculties that have a strict budget but still need good images for their workshops or tuition? This is where you come in!

The agencies I am talking about, only need good, nice clean images of 2.5 megabytes or above which can be produced by cameras of around 3 mega pixels or higher. This would include your everyday advanced digital compact like a Canon Sureshot for example.

The cost of buyingrepparttar 137406 images is kept very low forrepparttar 137407 consumer asrepparttar 137408 file sizes restrictrepparttar 137409 applications for which they can be used, but are perfect forrepparttar 137410 type of outlets I have just described. Thereforerepparttar 137411 payout is less torepparttar 137412 photographer but sales happen a lot more frequently and you can earn yourself a nice residual income for as long as your images are online. Obviouslyrepparttar 137413 more you haverepparttar 137414 more you earn.

It doesn't mean that you can send any old tat in;repparttar 137415 images must be clean (in all respects), interesting, well taken and well exposed. The agencies normally have a "wants" list which is excellent as it lets you know exactly what you have to do to earn money! Apart from anything, it also gives you more of a reason to go out and make use of your camera in a more exciting way.

Image Transfer For Card Making Made Easy

Written by Flora Tan

There are many different ways to transfer images onto paper. Many of these methods would require you to purchase some supplies fromrepparttar craft stores. For example, you can easily buy Inkjet Transfer Paper from most stationery shops. These come in a pack of 10 sheets and cost about a dollar a sheet. You will need a computer with a printer to print your images onto them. Another image transfer method would require certain transfer liquid or solvent.

But if you want to transfer images easily with no fuss and mess, just get some clear cellophane tapes and followrepparttar 137191 step by step instructions below.

Supplies Needed:

1. cardstock or paper 2. broadest roll of clear cellophane tape 3. photocopied images 4. water


1. Have your desired images black and white or color photocopied. 2. Trimrepparttar 137192 photocopied images.

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