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  • John says:

    hey, nice blog…really like it and added to bookmarks. keep up with good work

  • […] 10 Ways to Increase Your Stock Photography Earnings – 10 ideas that will also make you a better photographer. […]

  • Jørgen says:

    Great blog! And very good info!
    Just a question about “Easy Release”. I like to use it. But stock companies like istock and dreamstime won´t accept the use of Easy Release. As these to companies are the only stock companies I relate to now, any comments on wich companies that DOES accept Easy Release model releases?

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Jorgen, Thanks for your comments. I didn’t know that istock and Dreamtime don’t accept Easy Release MRs. Most of my other agencies (Corbis, Alaska Stock, Alamy, Photolibrary) do accept them. Not sure if Getty does, though. I’ll have to look into that.

  • Roy says:

    Thanks for the mention of Easy Release, looking forward to trying it. Ditto for your comparisons on the D90/D7000 and the Speedlites. Well done (though I wish now I had researched a bit more and bought the 7000 … )

  • Jody Apap says:

    Hey,
    10 great ideas, but being a complete word dork, I have to insist on #11.

    Unless you’re submitting to Getty, you also have to send a great set of keywords in order for your images to get found and in turn bought.

    Might I suggest my 6 part Guide to Image Keywording
    http://blog.keywordsmart.com/2011/08/16/how-do-i-keyword-my-images/

    Better keywords will mean better sales.

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