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    05 Feb 2012
  1. I thought this was an interesting article about the man who took the iconic Windows XP wallpaper picture. It states he settled for a one-time payment rather than a license fee structure. Wow. That sucks. http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/03/28/man-who-took-iconic-windows-xp-wallpaper-photo-has-bitter-regrets/?intcmp=features
  2. I totally understand doing things clean and businesslike, but I am confused by the first part of this statement. I don't understand how "you need to pay" for a release to be valid. A release is a release, isn't it, whether money has been exchanged or not? Again, not disputing whether one should pay or not, just trying to understand how pay is tied to valid releases.
  3. The good news is this gal doesn't seem to be as concerned about money, but I still need to address the monetary expectations before this goes too far. Now that I have slowed down and thought about it, it will probably be the last time I make this sort of offer. You live and you learn, right?
  4. I am still so very new at stock photography, but I have an opportunity to do some shoots with a local gal who is interested in modeling for stock photography. I offered to her that I would give her a percentage of all sales of her photos as pay, but now I think I probably messed up with this. While I don't intend on going back on my word to her, I would like to know what is typical for the rest of you when using models? How do you pay them? TFP/TFCD? Cash? If you actually pay them, how do you go about determining the amount? While I don't mind paying a model for their time, many recent t
  5. Submissions from the 2nd and 5th still not cleared for me.
  6. I have to chuckle at this a little - I really thought I might have figured it out - submitted eight images with what I thought was the creative look they were after. Seven of the eight were rejected. Back to the drawing board.
  7. Dave, I couldn't agree more. I am finding it very hard to hit the target when I am not sure how I missed it. At least revealing the numerical rating of the failures would give some insight, and that doesn't seem to hard to accomplish to me.
  8. I love the list of keyword suggestions! I would add snow, ice, icicle, wood, and grain. After I get a moment to closer evaluate the picture to make sure it is sharp, it will be submitted.
  9. I totally agree - didn't really take this one with the expectation that I would put it on Alamy, but it illustrated my point well. I might still submit it if it is sharp upon closer scrutiny, but that wasn't the intent. Thanks everyone for helping this thick-headed photog understand.
  10. One thing I really struggle with when submitting photos is selective focus/larger aperture/bokeh. It seems as if I often see how the photos should be sharp everywhere, and a small enough aperture should be used to ensure that this is so, but there are times I think it adds to the photo. For example, here is a shot I took this morning (not sure I would submit this, but it is a good example): Would a photo like this likely be rejected based upon the selective focus? I ask this today because I have encountered another image on Alamy that seems to have nothing in focus. Truth is,
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