Posts Tagged ‘process’

Introducing picWorkflow for Stock Photographers

November 30, 2010

picWorkflow provides image-management and distribution services for stock photographers. It’s my replacement to iSyndica, and although the core service is essentially the same, I’m planning to provide a whole lot more. The goal is to do everything possible to help your photography business run smoothly and efficiently.

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The Big Guide to Improve Microstock Workflow

October 31, 2010

A few times a week I receive questions from microstock photographers who have discovered the picNiche toolbar, wondering about how they can make the whole microstock process better. As an experienced computer user (and coder) there are a lot of things I often take for granted about ‘the microstock workflow’, which others sometimes miss or choose to avoid due to the perceived complexity of moving to a new tool or method….

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Researching “What to shoot for stock?”

October 2, 2009

I spend quite a bit of time researching what to shoot for stock, although I’m busy at the moment mostly coding picNiche and other projects, I’m slowly increasing the amount of stock photography I produce.

One of the primary goals in building picNiche is to identify areas where there is currently a shortage of supply in microstock imagery, so I can focus on producing work to fill those gaps, increasing the ROI for my time….

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Welcome to picNiche Blog

April 20, 2009

Just a standard first-post. More info and some blog styling coming soon.

For toolbar users, a quick reminder to keep up-to-date with the toolbar version. I’m currently working on it to get it into the public side of the Mozilla addons site, but until then the auto-update service is not allowed by Mozilla. If there are any critical updates before then I’ll post here….

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