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Re: the recent (ish) discussion on shooting more plants… the other day I had 5 different shots of the same blooming tree zoomed, different trees taken at different times. Betcha I get a sale….

And Talkwalker notified me of two plant sales published in magazines that Alamy hasn’t notified me of. I will be supplying them the information. 

 

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Good for you. My plant sales have been withering on the vine, so to speak. However, I've had two presentation sales of the same flower image this month. Disappointingly, both are in the $ category. 😢

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I have two pictures of Lavandula angustifolia Arctic Snow

One was zoomed twice and then purchased on 10/8 and 16/8 and the other once and purchased on 18/8

All same details "Usage: Editorial, Image use: Presentation or newsletters Duration:In perpetuity Country:Worldwide" and same price $5 gross give or take a few cents.

 

So you might get 5 sales.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Chris Burrows said:

I have two pictures of Lavandula angustifolia Arctic Snow

One was zoomed twice and then purchased on 10/8 and 16/8 and the other once and purchased on 18/8

All same details "Usage: Editorial, Image use: Presentation or newsletters Duration:In perpetuity Country:Worldwide" and same price $5 gross give or take a few cents.

 

So you might get 5 sales.

 

 

That's great to hear. I think publishers are lining up their spring issues. I think someone said once the lead might be up to 6 months before publication. Maybe more.

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6 hours ago, Betty LaRue said:

That's great to hear. I think publishers are lining up their spring issues. I think someone said once the lead might be up to 6 months before publication. Maybe more.

 

Darn it I had better get out there and start photographing spring flowers NOW.

 

Allan

 

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After 40 plus consecutive days of 100+ deg F temperatures and no rain - there's not much left green or blooming around here to photograph.

 

 

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