Posts by: Dale Wilson

 

Going Indie – Establishing Your Base

 •  June 4

  Before you can successfully deliver your work, you first must decide how best to present that offering. Make no mistake, this is one big jump...

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Micro-Managing Your Stock Portfolio, Part VI

 •  May 28

The successful stock photographers know the key to success is generating working images that will be licensed time and again, with a total disregard...

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Micro-Managing Your Stock Portfolio, Part V

 •  May 21

By now, I hope I have started you on the process of thinking like a stock photographer. You no longer look at the images used in advertising first,...

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Micro-Managing Your Stock Portfolio, Part IV

 •  May 14

In the last entry on producing stock, I introduced the importance of thinking like a stock photographer and addressed the difference between a...

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Micro-Managing Your Stock Portfolio, Part III

 •  May 7

I can understand why the photographer composed this Portugese lighthouse in the manner he did. However, and considering I licensed the photo from a...

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Micro-Managing Your Stock Portfolio, Part II

 •  April 30

In comparison to the image of the doctor who is not wearing a neck tie, which dates the image because of the style trend, this image shows a wardrobe...

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Micro-Managing Your Stock Portfolio

 •  April 23

A very typical “Health & Wellness” picture one might expect from a micro-stock agency. The savvy photographer will have also shot these models...

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White Screen Knockout: Part II

 •  April 16

With a fishing rod that is circa 1900, some 30 years before colour film, it made sense to me to attempt to replicate a technique that might have been...

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White-Screen Knockout

 •  April 9

  It is possible to create a simple set such as this on the dining room table or wherever your heart's content...providing anyone you live with is...

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Even Ansel Adams Recognized Technology

 •  April 2

Ansel Adams, the largely undisputed master of the black-and-white landscape, also used colour film for forty of his 50-plus years as a photographer....

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