'Because I can, I buy cameras and lenses I like using, but if I was making purely economic decisions about what I use I would probably still be using the Panasonic G1 and 14-45mm zoom lens I bought back in 2008, since that would still do the job now.Read More
The soundimageplus blog has been going since 2007 and to date has over 12 million page views. Written by David Taylor-Hughes, a professional stock photographer, it includes photographic articles dealing with a wide range of themes including film and digital photography.
'So if you are a committed photographer and have a pretty large stock of images, then this may well be for you. Just don't expect to upload a few images and expect the money to come rolling in. But if you are prepared to commit some time and energy to it, you may well find you get your rewards. Not much different to anything else in life really.'Read More
'Quite simply the three photographers are unimpressive (and that's being kind) This is cliche ridden stuff and the 'street photography' exponent has one of the worst portfolios I've ever seen, which is saying something in this poorest of all contemporary photographic genres.'Read More
'The Canon 5Ds (with and without 'anti AA filter filter) and the Sony A7r II are currently the highest resolution non-MF cameras available to photographers. Since I own and use both, I thought I would relate my experiences of using both, in terms of how they work for shooting stock. 'Read More
'One of the reasons for my (often surprising to me) longevity in this is that I'm only too happy to go off and experiment. I actually don't think there are many occasions when I've taken out the same gear two days running. What this has allowed me to do is put together a very varied portfolio. And on a daily basis I sell everything from 30 year old medium format film scans to "snapseeded" smartphone pictures taken in the last few weeks. 'Read More
'The Foveon sensor with it's high-resolution ultra-sharp images would seem to be a likely candidate for shooting low ISO stock landscape / location / nature / travel material. And while that is certainly true, there are a few issues that make it less than ideal to use.'Read More
'Ancient monuments, castles and places of history are always popular places to visits, places to write about in magazines and on websites and are a pretty obvious choice as locations for stock photography. And those of us who do that for a living make sure that we make of the best of such locations close to where we live.'Read More