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;
Admission on the doors £50
Places are limited and early booking is advised.
Zoe Whishaw is a Commercial Photography Consultant and mentor providing creative direction and strategic advice for photographers and photo agencies (www.zoewhishaw.com). She is an expert in the visual language of stills photography within commercial contexts and she has judged international photography competitions, including Wildlife Photographer of the Year, STA Travel Photo Competition, the Association of Photographers Open Awards and the 2011 annual Association of Photographers Awards and the London Photo Festival, October 2013.