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Stock Photograpy (this is the redo for the previoulsy canceled metting).

This is the redo for the previously, "stock photography", canceled meeting. John is back from Prague.

His presentation will be full of new methods that can generate higher acceptance rates. He will be showing images that sell and those that don't. We all will have a chance to share our images with discussions about what makes them work for stock photography.

This is open for all members.

For those who previously paid, let me know if you can make it.

Looking forward to seeing you all.

PS Jan Andrews is preparing the video lesson series. Suggestions are welcome and will be used to create the classes.

Paul

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  • paul h.

    John taught us some great stuff He went through technical demonstrating Istock requirements and procedures. We then built a set and progressively shot it using more lights and different compositions. I can know submit my images knowing they will have a higher acceptance rate!.

    June 8, 2012

  • Steven W.

    This was my first meeting. I attended to find out about Stock Photography and after the meeting I discovered that it wasn't for me. I'm more into fine art creation instead of capturing images that someone may need someday. Appears that the cost far exceeds any rewards for quite some time.

    June 7, 2012

  • stevenfordesign

    Paul puts a lot of effort into providing everything needed to move forward learning about all phases of photography. His studio is well put together and complete. I have enjoyed the the shoots and learning seesion Paul has put on.

    June 7, 2012

  • paul h.

    Any lens you have. if you have choices bring a lens you can shoot close with, the next choice would be a wide lens and the last choice would be a mid range telephoto.

    June 6, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    what kind of lens should we get? i am new to this group

    June 5, 2012

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