Guest Posted December 27, 2013 Share Posted December 27, 2013 Hello I recently decided to ditch my current business (antiques) for stock photography, did loads of research, joined Alamy, bought a tripod and ordered a camera, in that order. My research included reading many threads here (often scary, but I feel like I know some of you already ) Am ready to take the plunge. I was a keen amateur photographer years ago but haven't taken pictures seriously for some time. I'm a bit daunted by the new technology I've got to get my head around but I daresay I'll get to grips with it. Most of it. Enough of it. The best strategy seems to be to spend the next few months taking and editing as many (suitable) photos as possible and, once accepted, upload a few hundred at once or in batches so that I can hopefully maintain a middle ranking. Does this make sense? I shall probably ask various questions if I can't turn up answers here or elsewhere; will try not be tiresome, though. Anyway, a happy and prosperous new year to all, hope to make your various acquaintance soon. Jan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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