Stock Photography You can sell your images at many places in the web. But there are a few leading photography agencies, where you really can expect a reward for your effort by submitting to them. Basically there are three different ways: Macrostock, midstock and microstock. I am trying out all of them. Here you can find information on how and where to sell your images





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Yuri Arcurs

2008.02.04. 22:02 | kavita | 1 komment

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Yuri Arcurs

Yuri Arcurs is the world’s top selling microstock photographer and sells over 400000 individual licenses per year. The list of clients that have bought and used his pictures, include Time Magazine, MSN.com, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard and many more.

Extremely dedicated when it comes to digital quality Yuri just recently became officially sponsored by Hasselbald and will by Jan, 2008 produce exclusively with the Hasselblad Digital Medium Format Camera, H3D-II-39 at 39 Mega Pixel. Only a handful of photographers world wide are sponsored by Hasselblad.

Yuri Arcurs has been profiled and interviewed for books, magazines, blogs, newspapers and lately the famous Jim Pickerell’s subscription blog. He has been titled “the world’s best microstock photographer” at www.photopreneur.com and was granted “Celebrity status” at www.microstockdiaries.com.

Back in 2005 a Google of “Yuri Arcurs” gave zero search results, today, three years after you get more the 100000 hits (us google).

The Yuri Arcurs Keywroding software , which was designed according to his wishes and is aimed at helping the stock photographer keywording his files will launch in a version 1.0 in feb 2008.

Besides stock photography, Yuri writes photography tutorials and guides and is a public speaker. Yuri only works with projects related to charity and completely stopped doing commercial jobs. Yuri is a bachelor in psychology, a former member of the Danish “special recognisance unit” (special forces), a 100km marathon runner, a personal trainer and as a staff member said… “a irritatingly close to pathological perfectionist”.

Hasselblad H3D-II 39 (medium format) at 39 Mega pixel. (Not available in the US jet)
Four 16Gb CF flash card Ultra

Hasselblad, 28mm
Hasselblad, 50-110mm, Zoom
Hasselblad, 120mm, Macro
Hasselblad, 300mm
Hasselblad converters and filters.

Lighting and Flash:
Sekonic L-608 light meter with wireless pocket wizard radio transmitter
Four powered profoto 600 watts for the studio. Profoto D4R (Radio) Bettery Pack at 4800 Watts, Four Profoto 1200 watts strobes for on-location.
Pocket Wizards for syncing flash.
Gitzo tripods, monopods and travel-pods I however mostly use the manfrotto neotec monopod.

Four Quad Core Power Macs, 30" Cinema or 24" Dells, with no less than 16Gbs of RAM. (Handling hundreds of 39mp files per day requires serious computer power). Two Mac Pro with 4 Gb for on-location shooting. Xserve Dual Core Rack version, Xraid maxed out with 14 x 500gb Hard Drives giving us a total of 7tb Storage. We use Raid 05 on one partitions with on disk in spare. We stack up two 1gbit connections for each Mac and to handle this efficiently we are using an Extreme Networks Summit X450-24t switch, that can actually do a put-through of about 200-220mb/sec on two stacked connections. We have been specific in describing what we use, so you don't have to go out and do the same mistakes we did. Hope you.


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chips 2008.03.19. 15:26:08

What's the point in copying a profile page? Seems like marginally ambitious; sounds like a waste of time. Just an advice.