Photography For Image Libraries
This 2-hour workshop is aimed at helping you to get the most from your images with the potential to licence and sell them through online image libraries.
This 2-hour workshop is aimed at helping you to get the most from your images with the potential to licence and sell them through online image libraries. Colin will show you how you can make your images more competitive in the market and be more productive when shooting.
The workshop is aimed at all skill levels of photographic experience, although the course is particularly suited to photographers who are shooting images that they might place into an image library.Shooting stock photos that you can sell is always beneficial. Learning some valuable tips from Colin can help you take photos that do sell.
Colin Hawkins is a professional, freelance photographer who has been supplying images for Getty Images, Image Source, Alamy and Superstock for over 15 years. Colin shoots both in the studio and on location for libraries and commercial clients creating images for the global market place.
Most experienced photographers know, there are basic rules to follow in order to make a great photo. By bending the rules, in a knowledgeable and skilled fashion, you will stand out from the crowd that will assist in getting your pictures noticed.
Understanding licensing agreements
The creative process in creating photographs for library images.
Models and locations choice
Model and property release requirements
Tagging and keywording
Good practice advice in post-production.
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Wed 22 NOV 2017 – 6:00 PM, Fri 24 NOV 2017 – 7:30 PM
Venue: Workshop Zone - Room 3