Shooting Images For Stock Libraries and Actually Listen To Your Photos



Photographers often wonder if their images are good enough for stock libraries and if they can earn money from their photography. On this week's episode which starts with a little rant from Kam (again), we speak to Clemency Wright who has worked with Getty Images, V&A Museum, Adobe Stock, World Vision, Save the Children, Hero Images, iStock, Alamy and The University of Nottingham amongst others.


Clemency helps your images get found! She guides us through stock libraries and how important the application of relevant, accurate and consistent keywords are to our images. We also discuss the importance of naming your images for your website to help it get found and you discovered.


You may an incredible photographer but your images need to be found, once they've been found then you have a chance of selling them and start earning money.

Mark completes the show with the fascinating topic of turning your images into sound! Yes, it's true, your images contain sound!!


If you want to find out more about Stock Libraries and naming your images correctly our guest Clemency can be contacted at; http://www.clemency.co.uk/

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