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    fashion model
  • mannequin: a woman who wears clothes to display fashions; "she was too fat to be a mannequin"

  • A model (from Middle French modele), sometimes called a mannequin, is a person who is employed for the purpose of displaying and promoting fashion clothing or other products and for advertising or promotionall purposes or who poses for works of art.

  • (Fashion modeling) Fashion photography is a genre of photography devoted to displaying clothing and other fashion items. Fashion photography is most often conducted for advertisements or fashion magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, or Allure.





    stock photos
  • Stock photography is the supply of photographs licensed for specific uses. It is used to fulfill the needs of creative assignments instead of hiring a photographer. Today, stock images can be presented in searchable online databases. They can be purchased and delivered online.

  • nbsp  Stock photography is photography or other imagery of common landmarks, concepts, and events that can be used and reused for commercial design purposes.

  • are photos which are available for rental or purchase for commercial use. They can be obtained from an image bank (a company which makes its business renting use of stock photos) or on disks which can be purchased. Most image banks show their material on the Web.











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Taking Stock: Make money in microstock creating photos that sell


Taking Stock: Make money in microstock creating photos that sell



The ultimate insider guide to creating stock shots that sell from a veteran iStockphoto inspector

An iStockphoto inspector since 2002, author Rob Sylvan has spent nearly a decade as part of the team that decides which photos get sold on one of the largest, most popular microstock sites in existence. He’s also made tens of thousands of dollars off of his own microstock photography. As a result, no one knows better than he does what it takes to get your photos accepted to stock sites—and what to do to make those photos sell. In Taking Stock, Rob shares his hard-earned insider knowledge on how to shoot, edit, and tag photos so you can earn while you learn, regardless of which microstock agency you’re using.

In this book, you’ll learn how to look at the world through the eyes of designers, photo editors, and stock photographers. You’ll also learn the importance of focusing your energy on creating stock content that resonates with your passion for photography. But we all know time is money, which is why Rob explains how to set up an effective digital workflow—the real key to making money in the high-volume, low-cost microstock market. By the end of this book, you’ll look at your work with new eyes, enabling you to make more money doing exactly what you love: shooting photos that sell.

You will learn:

How to license photos as stock
What photos are in demand
The components of a successful digital workflow
How to use titles, descriptions, and keywords to give yourself an edge
Specific tips for shooting food, people, places, nature, objects, animals, and more
Editing techniques that will make your shots sell










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Natasja Schumann95




Natasja Schumann95





Model&Photographer: Natasja Schumann
Pose:*Luth* Model Pose
Stock: Cant remember where >_<

"Free like a bird..."
I wish I am free just like the horses that are running in the field...no problems...











Fashion Grunge 1




Fashion Grunge 1





Photography for Sale, by Straydog Marketing + Design

X-Small | $2
Small | $5
Medium| $10
Large | $15
X-Large | $25
XX-Large | $35











fashion model stock photos








fashion model stock photos




Taking Stock: Make money in microstock creating photos that sell, ePub






This is the eBook version of the printed book.
The ultimate insider guide to creating stock shots that sell from a veteran iStockphoto inspector

An iStockphoto inspector since 2002, author Rob Sylvan has spent nearly a decade as part of the team that decides which photos get sold on one of the largest, most popular microstock sites in existence. He’s also made tens of thousands of dollars off of his own microstock photography. As a result, no one knows better than he does what it takes to get your photos accepted to stock sites—and what to do to make those photos sell. In Taking Stock, Rob shares his hard-earned insider knowledge on how to shoot, edit, and tag photos so you can earn while you learn, regardless of which microstock agency you’re using.

In this book, you’ll learn how to look at the world through the eyes of designers, photo editors, and stock photographers. You’ll also learn the importance of focusing your energy on creating stock content that resonates with your passion for photography. But we all know time is money, which is why Rob explains how to set up an effective digital workflow—the real key to making money in the high-volume, low-cost microstock market. By the end of this book, you’ll look at your work with new eyes, enabling you to make more money doing exactly what you love: shooting photos that sell.

You will learn:

How to license photos as stock
What photos are in demand
The components of a successful digital workflow
How to use titles, descriptions, and keywords to give yourself an edge
Specific tips for shooting food, people, places, nature, objects, animals, and more
Editing techniques that will make your shots sell

This is the eBook version of the printed book.
The ultimate insider guide to creating stock shots that sell from a veteran iStockphoto inspector

An iStockphoto inspector since 2002, author Rob Sylvan has spent nearly a decade as part of the team that decides which photos get sold on one of the largest, most popular microstock sites in existence. He’s also made tens of thousands of dollars off of his own microstock photography. As a result, no one knows better than he does what it takes to get your photos accepted to stock sites—and what to do to make those photos sell. In Taking Stock, Rob shares his hard-earned insider knowledge on how to shoot, edit, and tag photos so you can earn while you learn, regardless of which microstock agency you’re using.

In this book, you’ll learn how to look at the world through the eyes of designers, photo editors, and stock photographers. You’ll also learn the importance of focusing your energy on creating stock content that resonates with your passion for photography. But we all know time is money, which is why Rob explains how to set up an effective digital workflow—the real key to making money in the high-volume, low-cost microstock market. By the end of this book, you’ll look at your work with new eyes, enabling you to make more money doing exactly what you love: shooting photos that sell.

You will learn:

How to license photos as stock
What photos are in demand
The components of a successful digital workflow
How to use titles, descriptions, and keywords to give yourself an edge
Specific tips for shooting food, people, places, nature, objects, animals, and more
Editing techniques that will make your shots sell










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