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Working With Stock Photo Agency, Corbis -W/ Siri Vorbeck CD

We continue our series for the Working Photographer with this insightful discussion from the Cannes Lions Festival, with Siri Vorbeck: creative director for Corbis. She discusses the current stock photography market and how she and her team work with photographers to ensure that all parties are successful. Her experience and share will help every photographer there looking to figure out the volatile stock market. And if you want to get into this profession, pay close attention. Go to for more photo info. C
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Gear Review: DIY isteady 2.0 Photo Stabalizer

I found instructions for a super simple camera stabilizer on ‘instructibles’, but it seemed too simple. I didn’t believe it would work, so I went all myth busters on it, and I put it to the test. my results are posted below: method 25 shots each test. all blury shots are deleted,…

7 comments - What do you think?  Posted by astoner - January 18, 2012 at 4:25 am

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Guide to FTP for the Microstock Photographer

Uploading photos to microstock sites using FTP. Introduction and help setting up Filezilla, Uploading to more than one site at once using Core FTP and advance workflow automation using SmartFTPs multiupload feature

11 comments - What do you think?  Posted by astoner - January 15, 2012 at 4:29 am

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5 Ways To Earn Money With Digital Cameras & Photo Printers

Article by Dennis Conner

When it comes to the internet and the advancements of modern technology, the revenue generating options are truly unlimited. One way that many people are finding great success as entrepreneurs is through the use of their digital cameras and photo printers. Whether you use your digital knowledge to enter photo contests using images taken with your digital camera or choose to start an online auction business, the use of a both camera and photo printer are essential.

With entrepreneurship in mind, the following five tips may help to get you started on the road to success using nothing more than your digital camera and photo printer.

$ Start an eBay business and use your digital camera to take pictures for inclusion in your auctions. If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much money will it be worth for your auction? After all, would you buy something without seeing it?

$ Become an amateur photographer using your digital camera and print out the images using a realistic photo printer, which can use either black or color ink.

$ Create personalized calendars by taking a photo with your digital camera, incorporating it into a calendar creation program and print them out using a photo printer. These are extremely popular at craft shows and flea markets.

$ Take photos using your digital camera and incorporate them into a program that manipulates photos. You can even take two photos and merge them together. For instance, take a photo of two sunflowers and another of your two best friends. Download the images from your digital camera onto the computer and manipulate them so that the faces of your two best friends are inside of the sunflowers. Print this photo using your photo printer and use it as an example of your new digital imagery business. These, too, are extremely popular at craft shows.

$ Using nothing more than a digital camera and quality photo printer, you can work in the publishing industry. Several years ago, a national magazine cover featuring a well-known celebrity was created with nothing more than a personal photo printer. The magazine office was unable to make an e-mailed image work, so they enlisted the help of a writer who enlarged the photo and printed it out using a color photo printer. The print was then mailed to the magazine’s office, who then used the image as their full-color cover picture.

When purchasing any type of electronics, including digital cameras and photo printers, always pay close attention to the warranty and make sure that you are buying a quality name in technology. Depending on your intended use, you may want to select a digital camera with a high pixel count and a photo printer capable of producing high DPI (dots per inch) images. Both will allow for better quality and more realistic photo creations.

The author is a regular contributor to Zip Camera where more information about digital cameras is available.

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