What should every Stock Footage site have?

I’ve been getting asked this a lot lately, so I thought I’d post a new blog with my opinion on what every Stock Footage site should have from a seller’s point of view: Clearly defined payment structure and schedule.  I’m tired of having to dig through several pages of “FAQs” […] Read more »

Time to start submitting your Stock Footage

Okay, you’ve been shooting video for some time and you’ve picked your best shots to submit.  What do you do next? If you are submitting to more than one site, you want to create a single clip that meets the needs of all sites.  So, keep your clip length to […] Read more »

Stock Footage News – January 2010

As is pretty typical this time of year, most of the stock agencies are behind in reviews… some more than others.  Over the Christmas and New Years holidays reviews slow to a trickle and fall behind.  It usually takes most agencies about a month to catch up.  As of January […] Read more »

Virtuosity and the Art of MicroStock

Maybe as we age we really do slow down… or perhaps we actually do grow more patient with age… or perhaps it has nothing to do with age and I’m just a naturally patient person.  I bet you have no idea what I’m talking about by now. I read a […] Read more »

The World of Stock Footage

Many photographers are starting to look towards expanding their portfolio into the world of Stock Footage. Indeed, cameras like the Canon 7D, Canon 5D Mark II, Nikon D5000 and Pentax K-X have blurred the lines between still and motion picture taking. Microstock Footage is not a new industry, however.  It’s […] Read more »