Selling Photography

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A picture may be worth a thousand words, but in his straightforward approach to the fine art of selling photography, author, and professional photographer Roger Antrobus explains how a picture can also be worth thousands of dollars.

Selling Photography provides practical answers to the questions every photographer asks when making the move from amateur to professional: What makes a photo commercially viable? What kind of equipment should be used? What kind of agencies are out ...

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Overview

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but in his straightforward approach to the fine art of selling photography, author, and professional photographer Roger Antrobus explains how a picture can also be worth thousands of dollars.

Selling Photography provides practical answers to the questions every photographer asks when making the move from amateur to professional: What makes a photo commercially viable? What kind of equipment should be used? What kind of agencies are out there, and how should they be approached? Combining practical marketing advice with how-to guidance for taking photos that impress, this valuable resource provides an overview of all the markets available for selling photographs - spec, photo libraries, commission, even the Internet - and reveals dozens of surefire approaches for making sales.

This one-stop guide also features 150 stunning examples of Roger Antrobus’s best-selling images - covering everything from climbers on a snow-capped mountain to a semiabstract, time-released exposure of car lights at night. Each image is fully captioned to explain how it was shot, why it was taken, the artistic and special effects involved, and the reasons for its commercial success.

Packed with an array of no-fail tips and surefire strategies, Selling Photography is the definitive source of real-life success tips for photographers who want to market and promote their work effectively.

Perfect for full-time freelancers looking for inspiration, as well as for part-time photographers wanting to build a business
Informs readers about the most commercially successful types of pictures and how to create professional-quality photographs
Written by a professional photographer who has had profitable success selling photos for stock use

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The secret desire of many backyard photographers is to sell that great shot they took while on vacation or caught by lucky chance. This how-to book can help make that a reality. An experienced professional photographer, Antrobus walks readers through the ins and outs of taking pictures with an eye to increasing their chances of being accepted by stock photography libraries. General photographic considerations are covered, such as film, format, lighting, and composition, as well as how to submit your work, handle licensing, and get releases. Antrobus illustrates his points with 150 excellent examples of his own work, captioned with full explanations of how they were made. The author's real-life tips and examples are particularly valuable, and this book is sure to circulate. Recommended for public and special libraries.-Karen MacMurray, Cape Coral P.L., FL Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780817458393
  • Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 3/5/2002
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 8.28 (w) x 8.84 (h) x 0.13 (d)

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