Online Digital Stock Photography

Monday, June 19, 2006

Ok, it's not photography it's art...

Ok, it's not photography it's art. A group of artists I know have just set up a new website. It's in the early stages but if you're interested in painting take a look here...

http://www.uphollandartists.com

Monday, May 22, 2006

Mr Paparazzi

All you aspiring Paparazzi photographers might want to to check out this new site (owned by Big Pictures)

http://www.mrpaparazzi.com/

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

So you think you're good at Photoshop?

If you think you're pretty handy with Adobe Photoshop then take a look at Bert Monroy's latest work. It really is amazing.

http://www.bertmonroy.com/fineart/text/fineart_damen.htm

Monday, April 10, 2006

iStockPhoto limits user uploads...

iStockPhoto has once again reduced the number of images that photographers and artists can upload. Instead of the daily limit, there's now a weekly limit based on the number of downloads that a photographer/artist has:

Grey/Newbie: 30 uploads per week
Bronze: 40 uploads per week
Silver: 50 uploads per week
Gold: 60 uploads per week
Diamond: 100 uploads per week

Once again, it seems that people who have been with iStockPhoto since the beginning are being rewarded for their loyalty. Some can now upload more than 3 times as many images as new contributors.

Friday, March 31, 2006

Shutterstock increases royalties

Shutterstock has increased royalties from $0.20 to $0.25 per download.

Monday, February 20, 2006

High Dynamic Time Range Images

Just seen this:

http://mkweb.bcgsc.ca/fun/hdtr/

and thought it was interesting. Here's some info from the article.

"What is HDTR?
An HDTR image is an image in which multiple frames taken over an arbitrary time interval are blended together. The images in the time-lapse set are merged together by progressively sampling time-adjacent images horizontally or vertically. The difference between an HDTR image and a single-frame long exposure is that the contribution to any region of an HDTR image is primarily from a single image from the time-lapse set, rather than an average of all images. "

Sunday, February 19, 2006

How to make cash from your camera

A new site to help you make money from your digital photos:

www.cash-from-your-camera.com