A new microstock service is going to be lunched soon by the ardent mind of Robert Davies, the picNiche’s man: picWorkflow – Online Stock Photo Workflow and Analysys. Read the full post… you will find a contest to earn some free credit packages in a funny way 🙂
picWorkflow, now available in beta, provides image-management and distribution services for stock photographers. The goal is to do everything possible to help your photography business run smoothly and efficiently. Contest for free credits.
One of my microstock favorite tools has just announced to ceasing service: iSyndica, the web platform to distribute stock contents and track microstock analytics. Here details about service, refunding, affiliate balance, etc.
Stockphotolicense.com, an educational copyright resource for photo buyers and researchers, launches their new website today with the goal of explaining in simple terms how one can use an image online and the various legal complexities of digital image use. The site provides detailed information on image license types, photo copyright issues, legal protections and extensions, using free images, Creative Commons, personal vs. commercial use and provides a list of questions you can ask your image suppliers before you buy an image.
PicScout™ is an information company that commands the world’s largest index of fingerprinted and owner identified images. Check it out “This is PicScout” a two-minute video detailing the explosive growth of digital imagery on the web. The video highlights how the products and services of PicScout’s ImageIRC™ promote and protect images.
Veteran iStockphoto Inspector and Photographer Writes the Ultimate Insider’s Guide to Shooting and Selling Stock Photos.
Taking Stock: Make Money in Microstock Creating Photos That Sell by Rob Sylvan. Now Available from Peachpit.