Subject: Re: tips on getting started making $ with photography
Ric Trexell wrote:
> Jim: It probably depends more on the type of photos you have.
I do mostly landscape, but have included city-scapes since moving to
Philadelphia. Also, I'll always try to do abstract shots whenever I
>By the way, stock covers a lot of territory, from magazines to textbooks to industry >periodicals to you name it.
I shoot 35mm slide. I narrowed down mags and similar publications. I'm
into the outdoors so hiking/backpacking is okay. For example,
backpacker pays rather well if you follow a group of backpackers
through a scenic area and capture the people as well as the scenery.
> For decoration type photos you will probably need to have them
> enlarged to at least 16 X 20 but 20 X 24 or bigger might be better.
"decoration" photos - what do you mean by that? Sales to business or
doctor's offices? Other?
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