Residual Income Stock Photography Step #1: Why MicroStock?

Residual Income Stock Photography Step #1: Why MicroStock?

Today at we are going to take you into the world of microstock photography and tell you why you should, and how you can get involved. This video is your introduction into how to put together a professional portfolio and submit it to stock agencies.

First and foremost, with the advent of the digital slr or DSLR photography is now available to everyone. If you have the drive and willpower to create images then you can do microstock. One of the really great things about microstock is that is probably will add to your current photography interests. You are probably already shooting, so why no make some income off of it, some residual passive income! Now don’t get me wrong, this is going to take some hard work, but with your hard work, you will begin to create some passive residual income.

Tune in to’s next post/video where I’ll give you the run down on what gear you can get to get started, and what you should be spending to get it.



Konstantin David says:

There are several suggestions for how to get paid for photos
Use you social media accounts to market
Get your own blog
Join a suitable course or site for marketing photos
(I read these and the reasons they work on Hartlyn Photo Pro site )

Ramon Heard Jr says:

is there still money in microstock

Zach Blackburn says:

Awesome video man! When i get some more time I'm going to watch the rest, thank you! Btw, I liked the black and white coloring too.

PCRVader says:

Can i asked if you synced audio and this video in post?

Thank you

Allie Brice says:

Thanks! I needed this

Gamelp Otaku says:

You know Ryan Lane right? He's my neighbor here in Germany at the moment and we like to take some photos together! But soon he's coming back to America.

420proverbs says:

want to make money? yup… lookin for opportunity yup… Albert [email protected] 206-941-2030

all good says:

hi again i have a question about a camera, im thinking to get the sonyA77 is that ok for stockphotography? thx

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