Anzac Bridge A new set of stock photos

Anzac Bridge A new set of stock photos by Norman Herfurth. Anzac Bridge Spanning Johnstons bay at Glebe, is one of sydney Known Landmarks along with the two Anzac Statues at the western end of the bridge. It was opened in 1995 replacing the Glebe Island bridge, It was named Anzac Bridge on Armistice day on November 11 1998. In memory of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps of the First World war. It has a main span ...

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The New Zealand Bush in the midst of the city

The New Zealand Bush in the midst of the city A new set of stock photos by David Guthrie. The rain forest bush of New Zealand is one of the great attractions of the country. What is most remarkable, apart from its luxuriant flora, is that New Zealand is almost entirely free of dangerous animals or insects, so it is relatively safe to walk even in the thickest bush. The city of Auckland is filled with pockets of such ...

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The trees of Cornwall Park A new set of stock photos

The trees of Cornwall Park A new set of stock photos by David Guthrie. Cornwall Park, in the heart of Auckland City, is land gifted to the city by its founding father, Sir John Logan Campbell. It is filled with them most amazing trees. One of those trees, featured here, is a great macrocarpa planted by Campbell himself well over 100 years ago. View stock photography from David Guthrie here.

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Photos From Compact Digital Cameras?

I’ve had a few questions lately about filesizes and camera specs, and what’s the minimum required for stock, so I thought I’d run through it briefly for everyone.

First up I’ll make the disclaimer that I’m dealing with hundreds of photographers, each with different makes and models of camera, so I don’t make any attempt to keep up with the latest specifications for any specific model. Life’s far too short to even try!

It’s also worth noting, ‘megapixels’ ...

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Maximising Your Photo Credits

One simple thing every photographer can do … and should do … every time you make a sale, is ask for a backlink as part of your photo credit. This won’t work for all situations, but these days a huge proportion of sales do have some sort of online component, so these links could really add up to something significant, if you make it a condition of using your photos online.

You only have to look at the stats for the ...

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Something’s Wrong With This Picture

This is the first of the Promo Videos we’ve put together for the GlobalEye launch. YouTube is a great way to generate interest … once you get the views up and get a bit of momentum happening, so please help us get the word out

Please like it on YouTube & Facebook, Tweet about it and post a link on any of your other Social Media accounts … they all help. Most important though, please share it with your friends, family ...

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2011 Photo Buyer Survey :: Closing Soon!

Just a quick reminder to any Photo Buyers who missed it, our 2011 Photo Buyer Survey will be closing shortly, so if you can find a couple of minutes to share your feedback & ideas, you’ll need to get to it over the weekend!

If you’ve ever been frustrated trying to locate or license photos, here’s your chance to tell the photographers & photo libraries how they can make it easier for you. Likewise, if you’ve ever thought of a ...

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2011 Photo Buyer Survey

All commercial photo buyers are invited to participate in a short survey at www.PhotoResearch.info to share their thoughts and ideas on dealnig with photographers & photo libraries.

If you’ve ever had a frustrating experience buying photos, here’s you’re chance to tell us how to do it right!

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Holiday Photos That Sell

Every year as soon as the shops start to display all their Christmas wares, I start getting emails from photographers wanting to know what subjects they can start shooting to make some holiday sales. These emails have been coming thick and fast this year, so I’ve put together a short list of ideas for interested photographers.

Unfortunately it’s probably too late to expect any sales this year, but the good news is, with a little planning you can get some highly ...

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Photo Sellers Photography Business Blog

We’ve set this blog up to share news & information with ANY interested photographers. There’ll be industry news & trends, various sales & marketing strategies for photographers, plus tips and techniques to help you sell more of your photos.

We understand that Global Eye Images isn’t going to be for everyone, but you can still benefit from our co-operative approach and the many, many years of photography business experience gathered here.

Subscribe via your newsreader, or enter your email to the ...

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Global Eye Images Photo Buyer Updates

We’ll be using this blog to keep all our photo buyers up to date with new stock photography content and photo research features on the website. There won’t be a lot of posts here, so you can subscribe to the RSS newsfeed or just set Updates to ‘On’ in your Contact Preferences and we’ll keep you informed as required.

As always, please put the Comments form below to good use and help us make Global Eye Images your first stop for ...

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Subject Versus Content in Stock Photography

One question I get over and over from photographers is ‘what subjects sell best?’

Mostly it’s photographers thinking about getting into stock photography and wanting to know what subjects they can go out to shoot to make the most sales, but other times it’s pros looking for some magic bullet or easy shortcut.

Either way it shows a fundamental lack of understanding of stock photography and the difference between Photo Subject and Photo Content.

Your Subject is basically whatever you happen to point ...

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