Congratulations to Simon Norfolk, our judge in May 2012, on winning the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards’ Landscape Photographer of the Year.
This seminar covers the nuts and bolts of the creative stock business: what type of images sell and why, how licence models and royalties work and an exploration of the current trends in image use.
The seminar is open to photographers at all stages in their career (and all levels) who are contemplating stock photography as part of their portfolio of activity or indeed who are already shooting actively for one or more of the agencies and who would like a more rounded insight into what makes content commercially relevant:-
- Nuts and bolts of the industry
- How advertising uses imagery
- Making saleable content
- Pitfalls & opportunities
- Analysing your own work for stock suitability
When: 14th May 2015
Times: 6.30pm – 8.30 pm Networking 8.30pm – 9 .00pm
Where: The Crypt, Borough High Street, London SE1 1JA
Cost: Previous exhibitors (including May 2015) £25; non-exhibitors £35;
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In no particular order: Rosa Vulf, Chiara Geravasi, Linda Wisdom, Angela Mohun, Anthony March, Francesco Marchetti, Paul Dubbelman, Coco Petter, Roy Smart, Khadijah Abdullah, Laura McGregor, Sarah Mangili-Vincent, Maria Razumovskaya, Lida Chaulet, Adonis Stevenson, Jacek Obloj, Rory Hassett, Davide Anastasia, Olly Scott, Leanne Bouvet, Nicola Albon, Louisa Lewis, Simon Reeder, Suzanne Muscat, Roger Jackson, Maren Schram, Fabienne Jung, Simon Hadleigh-Sparks, Stuart Cashmore, Joerg Karrenbauer, Mark Heathcote, Mark Paulda, Robin Baumgarten, Steven Marley, Phil Carey, Jone Vasaitis and Andrew Lalchan. And last but not least, our two event photographers, Jonathan Taylor and Michelle Mason Walker.
We hope to see you all at next month’s London Photo Festival!