Shoot,upload,repeat is the mantra of many a stock photographer who aims to make as much money as possible from their images. See how that's possible here.
Surfing photographer Ryan Cardone tells us about his stock photography and how he uses his iPhone to shoot stock for the Stockimo collection at Alamy.
We talk to Alan Capel, head of content at Alamy stock agency, about success, Stockimo and the future of the stock industry.
Keith Morris is a Welsh photographer who rarely travels outside his home county and yet has found a successful niche for his images.
Mohamad is a specialist photographer who shoots images specifically to suit the book cover market. He tells us all about it in our interview.
Decisions decisions! When you shoot for stock there are many things you have to decide before that image is ready for sale. We look at those decisions in detail.
You make a lot of decisions when shooting stock. What you shoot has an impact on what you can do with the images. We've made an infographic describing those decisions.
As a stock photographer, that's the one question you have to ask. We discuss it here.
We interview John about his beautiful, amusing conceptual stock photography and discuss the future of the stock photography industry.
Clayton Bastiani is a specialist book cover photographer who produces dramatic and mysterious imagery. He tells us about his career and inspiration.
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We talk to commercial photographer Dazeley about his journey to the top, his projects and the future of work in the visual media industry.
Our interview with the ex-editor of The Telegraph Magazine who tells us about her career and what it's like to work on a busy picture desk.
You can spend a lot of money on gear to create work to sell or you can spend very little yet still make sales. Lets take a look.