Nous détestons les abus d'infolettre, tout comme vous. Un envoi ne sera effectué que lorsqu'un billet d'intérêt sur le blogue sera publié, pour annoncer des formations ou conférences, ou pour toute chose que nous jugeons importante. C'est juste ici
Of course he probably make a lot of money. But that’s a bit my point.
To be successful in microstock, you must be dedicated 100%. This guy has a HUGE studio, 50000$ in props and a couple of thousands in photo gear. And he still have to pay the rent and food to put on the table.
He probably can produce a hundred usable photo per day.
So good luck for the week-end warriors to compete with this guy!
But… I still have to be proven wrong on the fact that he could make more money be sending his photos to a “real” stock agency.
Sell 1000 images at 20 cents a pop, or sell one at 400$?
Sincerely, I cannot believe he can afford that monster studio with only stock shooting… He must be doing some commercial stuff in between, such as catalogs, ads, portraits. Is the customer base of microstock so huge to support that kind of production?