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  1. Article in the UK Daily Mail today about earning money from the Alamy "S" division that can't be mentioned on here. The article has lost a bit of impact though in the way that only the Mail can achieve by illustrating the story with an image sourced from a micro stock agency .... oops ... !! https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/bills/article-7061985/Earn-money-stock-photography-Stockimo-app-launches.html
  2. There are still places available at my annual one-day intensive Alamy / AlamyNews stock photography workshop in beautiful Cirencester in two months time..... The day is suitable for all levels of experience, from outright beginners to more experienced contributors who want to improve their working methods contact me (workshops@artx.co.uk) for more details and prices https://www.abbeyphotoschool.co.uk/alamy-sales-seminar Some quotes from previous particpants: “I absolutely loved the day and really came away feeling enthused.” Jim C “Thanks again for the course your energy and enthusiasm and openness made for an excellent day. “ Alex M “I really enjoyed the day. I thought the content and information was great for those up us who were just beginning on the Stock journey. “ Rob C “It was certainly very inspiring and has made me want to step more into the reportage / RM world!” Tom G “I think the day was a great success and I enjoyed it very much, in addition to learning lots of valuable information” Christopher J “Hi Keith, thanks again for an inspirational day in Cirencester.” Chris P “The workshop/seminar was absolutely fantastic. Learnt so much and you presented very openly with the reality that a street reportage photographer experiences daily. It was nice to see how close I was, yet those few little tweaks can make all the difference. “ Cernan E keith morris
  3. OK......this month's challenge is to show images that have been made within 100 metres of your home. Not indoors desktop stuff, or in your house or garden, but everyday public activities, events, situations, occupations or objects in the street or road outside. All the better if the images you put up have been zoomed or licenced..... Like these - [that's my front door on the right] Outside the house next door Just around the corner
  4. Hello Stock industry expert Jim Pickerell has created a survey in an effort to gather data on the general income ranges of Editorial Still Photographers around the world. You can respond to the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PhotogIncomeSurvey It’s open until mid-October, and you can read all about it on the Selling Stock website: http://www.selling-stock.com/Article/editorial-photographer-income-survey Thanks Alamy
  5. This is pretty funny. https://video.vanityfair.com/watch/emilia-clarke-recreates-stock-photos
  6. Just a quick reminder that I'll be running my very popular one-day Alamy stock photography and LiveNews workshop again in Cirencester on April 7th this year....... Full details here: https://www.abbeyphotoschool.co.uk/alamy-sales-seminar And if you can't get to Cirencester, I'll also be running a two/three day workshop in Tuscany later that month....... keith morris
  7. My third video of the analysis of stock Photography: what to shoot and how https://youtu.be/zez_91i4lTw
  8. My tongue in cheek analysis of the actual state of the stock photography industry.Mostly for a laugh, please don't shoot the messenger...https://youtu.be/VRulE4nXqFg
  9. The second part of my journey through stock photography.How to start, what equipment is needed and what you need to learn.But this time is serious :-)https://youtu.be/8p1OtZq-B_Y
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