Anyone who takes good quality photographs, and can supply images to fit a stock photography agency’s file size requirements, can make money working from home. The caveat is that this is a long-term game, and a photographer usually needs to build a collection of at least several hundred images, before the financial returns become substantial. Nevertheless, uploading good- quality, sell-able images week by week will … Continue reading Making Money Selling Your Images to Stock Agencies Online
When you look back on past holidays, most of your memories have been captured by a camera wielding family member who might not always be the best photographer. Whether it’s a classic case of red eye, blurred figures or cutting off people’s heads – it seems like more often than not people wind up with unsatisfactory photos from their past holidays and events. Below is … Continue reading Five Tips for Better Holiday Photos
Digital images are in high demand. Websites, newspapers, magazines, corporate presentations and company newsletters all need a constant source of digital images. Online image agencies allow you to add your photographs to their directory, where customers can pay a fee to use your images. Selling your photographs online can provide a steady stream of passive income. Where can I sell my photographs? There are two … Continue reading Make Money selling your Photography Online
The Community Table is an event founded, organized and managed by four highly esteemed professionals in the creative industry. It began as a simple discussion over dinner between Heather Elder, Heather Elder Represents and Kate Chase, Brite Productions. The dinner discussion was concerning the development of a social event they planned to host with a connect ion to the LeBook’s Connections trade-show coming up in … Continue reading The Community Table goes to New York!
You guessed it, the theme is summer photos. Please submit your favorite summer photo you took this past summer. No entry fee is needed but we can only allow one photo per photographer. If you submit several and ask us to choose, we will pick the first one attached. Please submit your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org or if you have trouble with size, please send to … Continue reading Photo Contest for end of Summer 2012!
We will be announcing the winner this Wednesday on the Facebook Fanpage “One Hour Photo Show” , so be sure to like the page to find out who won! We run several contests a year as well, so stay in touch! This contest was extra tough because the theme is very unique compared to other photo contests. I am so pleased with the amount of … Continue reading Photo Contest Entries…who will be the winner?
Listen to our show from December 28, 2011 PODCAST CLICK HERE Allegra… Allegra Wilde is a Picture/Visual Strategist, Creative Director and Consultant to artists, photographers, and other art-based businesses in the advertising, editorial assignment, and fine-art marketplaces. She was formerly the Director of Talent and Agent Branding at The Workbook. As an independent Consultant, Strategist, and Creative Director in her own business, Allegra is known … Continue reading One Hour Photo talks with Allegra Wilde & Jesse Diamond about www.eyeist.com
Our podcast for this show can be found by clicking here and look for the link to our October 22, 2011 show. Please subscribe through ITunes to get the latest shows as they are updated. Marketing Mentor, Ilise Benun (www.Marketing-Mentor.com ), was a wonderful and informative guest on One Hour Photo on our Wednesday show on October 20, 2011. We were also joined by our … Continue reading One Hour Photo welcomed Ilise Benun, Marketing Mentor & Dee Flores w/ Deelite Photography