chris_rabe Posted December 11, 2018 Share Posted December 11, 2018 I'm not a great contributor currently, which gives me a lot of flexibility. I had an idea of how I was going to move forward - wait til I had 1000 to 2000 wildlife photos before I started approaching wildlife/nature agencies. Alamy was going to be for everything else. But, to be honest, it's taking a while, and I need to start seeing some kind of return sooner rather than later - understanding that stock is not going to make me big bucks. I'm loathe to put my images on microstock (including alamy there now) sites, as it just feels like exploitation. But I may have to give in to that to a degree. I have my, and in a perfect world, that would suffice, but there are a lot of challenges in that. What I'm thinking is, list pretty much all my images on various ms sites, but only up to 12mpx, and keeping everything over 12mpx on my site only. Of course, they'd have to to know there was a higher res version available. I could allude to that on profile page on respective ms portfolio page. This isn't a fully formed idea yet, but does it sound like the beginnings of a sensible strategy? Or a waste of time? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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