Here's a current list of the main GlobalEye photography websites. We now operate four stock library sites plus a couple of specialty sites showcasing our contributing photographers and their work. Backing that up is an even larger network of blogs, resource sites and online services, designed to support our photographers
Getting your photographs onto a stock agency can be difficult. Most have very strict technical guideline,s and very tough editing procedures. However, following these 7 tips could increase your chances of getting accepted and help you sell your images with stock photography agencies. Globaleye's insight: One to add to that... be unique.
Getting your photographs onto a stock agency can be difficult. Most have very strict technical guideline,s and very tough editing procedures. However, following these 7 tips could increase your chances of getting accepted and help you sell your images with stock photography agencies. 1 – Do Your Research Stock agencies
4 Steps to do with every image in Lightroom to make them pop.globaleyeimages's insight:Finally found a Lightroom version of the 'photos that pop' tutorial we've been recommending for years. Very important for publishing low res previews online or else no one's ever going to ask to see the originals...See it
Have you ever been disappointed when you’ve seen your travel photos after returning from a trip?globaleyeimages's insight:All good basic tips, but for totally marketable travel shots... make sure you also capture the 'experience' of the destination... ie. other people responding to whatever it is that caught your attention. The shots
These Photos Show the Secret Tricks of Food Photography Food photographers have all kinds of tricks the use to make food — or what appears to be food — look appearing on camera. Those tricks are revealed in a globaleyeimages’s insight: So true… I remember having a full menu photographed back
Dogs and Peanut Butter: A Match Made in Photo Book Heaven If you have a dog, you know the magic of the substance known as peanut butter—a small smudge on their nose and they’ll be busy for the next 30 minutes. And See it on Scoop.it, via Selling Photography from Selling
Why Photographers Need To Be Making and Publishing Videos If you’ve been following GlobalEye for any length of time, you’ll probably know I’m a big fan of video for marketing photography. It’s a great visual/creative medium, perfect for showcasing your work, There’s currently an insatiable demand for video of all kinds, and… It is
Last time around we talked a bit about Content Vs Subject in photography, and we covered a few of the problems you're sure to face if you focus too much on the subject you see in front of you, instead of the content a buyer might be able to use. 'People'
One question I get over and over from photographers is 'what subjects sell best?' Mostly it's photographers thinking about getting into stock photography and wanting to know what subjects they can go out to shoot to make the most sales, but other times it's pros looking for some magic bullet or
Every year as soon as the shops start to display all their Christmas wares, I start getting emails from photographers wanting to know what subjects they can start shooting to make some holiday sales. These emails have been coming thick and fast this year, so I’ve put together a short
Most photographers never really get around to it, but there’s no denying, the more time you put into identifying the markets for you work and researching their specific needs, more saleable your work is going to be. There’s no big secret there: the best marketers in any field are those who