The good and the bad - real stock photography examples
There's no better way to describe a good stock image and a bad stock image than showing some real world examples, so we've added two new pages to the Photographer Training Manual in the Contributor's Handbook.
Check out the Good Image Examples, to see some of the images we have been accepting and ones that we like to see more of. The general rule is when deciding on what images to upload to KeyImagery, try and think to yourself about whether your image could be used in an advertisement, on a postcard, in a magazine or in a website. If your image has a clear commercial purpose that you can easily see, then chances are your image would make a good stock image.
Also, check out the Bad Image Examples and see what we don't want you to upload. We really don't want you to waste your time uploading images that will clearly be declined, and we don't want you to waste our time either. So, have a look at some of the common bad images we get, and please make sure none of your images that you upload fall in to this category. Remember, you're selling images to desginers, publishers and advertisers and they demand high quality!
Published: 28/10/2008 | 2605 View(s)
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