Stock Photography

Stock photography is the supply of photographs, which are often licensed for specific uses. It is used to fulfill the needs of creative assignments instead of hiring a photographer, often for a lower cost. Today, stock images can be presented in searchable online databases. They can be purchased and delivered online. Often, these photographs involve people, and are produced in studios using a wide variety of models posing as professionals, stereotypes, expressing common emotions and gesticulations, or involving pets. Other common stock photography niches include images related to travel and tourism, as well as conceptual photography.
Posts about Stock Photography
  • Insights: Ad Creative that Drives ROI on Facebook and Instagram

    … “selfie,” not professional magazine ads. Try to mirror the selfie quality of the rest of the content in the newsfeed, with a more home-grown vibe. This is less applicable on Pinterest, where the visual quality of the postings tends to be superior. Similarly, when it comes to photos of people, use images of people that seem attractive…

    Marketing Technology Blogin Social- 17 readers -
  • Top 10 Trends Shaping the Future of Imagery (Infographic)

    … the growing influence of visual media online and its collection of 100 million images, stock photography marketplace Shutterstock asked its community what the future holds for imagery. While last year’s trends were a play on nature, duality of being plugged in and unplugged and the elements, this year’s trends are a bit more edgy and driven…

    AllFacebook- 30 readers -
  • No One Reads My Blog. 9 Tricks to Change Things.

    … faces and this carries over to our online lives as well. This means you have to pay careful attention to the imagery that you use on your blog, and make sure any photos that you have of yourself are professional and of good quality. Don’t ever use clip art imagery, or photos that have a stale white background from a cheap stock photography site. Make…

    Blog Tyrantin SEO Blogging- 14 readers -
  • 4 Easy & Honest SEO Mistakes That Could Penalize Your Site

    … search engine algorithm updates, influencer outreach still benefits the receiving sites. The problem explained: Influencer outreach is great. But yes, the silver lining is fronted by a cumulonimbus cloud. If the influencer outreach targets a low-authority niche, the backlinks could compromise the site. Although the influencers are “influential…

    Neil Patel/ Search Engine Landin SEO- 26 readers -
  • Why it worths lots of money selling photos on dreamstime?

    … can use to introduce their products. What is dreamstime? Dreamstime is a a leader of stock photography since 2010. It is a reputable space for high quality digital images. It is used to sell, buy and download royalty free images and videos online. What it worths selling photos on dreamstime? The short answer: it worths lot of money. It can…

    Pierre Eustache/ HeedPages.com- 33 readers -
  • What to Do When the Best Landing Page Isn’t Good Enough

    …”: It takes you to this page (gasp!): Admittedly, there’s a lot wrong with this page. But for just a minute, let’s look past: -The clutter -Lack of unique value proposition -AdSense ads -Competing calls to action -Obvious stock photography -Overall failure to follow landing page best practices Let’s just focus on their top-level navigation…

    Theresa Baiocco/ 3Q Digitalin Paid Search- 17 readers -
  • The best of Getty’s #RePicture competition

    … Getty Images wants to change how key themes are presented in stock photography. To that end, the company launched #RePicture at the Cannes Lions this year in an effort to break away from a reliance on visual clichés. It began with a partnership with Facebook executive and activist Sheryl Sandberg’s non-profit LeanIn to curate a library of images…

    Tanya Dua/ Digidayin Facebook Twitter- 9 readers -
  • In the Age of Instagram, what are designers looking for in stock photography?

    … of the world’s most successful stock photographers; he estimates that one of his photos is licensed every eight seconds. Steve Cole, based in Atlanta, is an industry veteran who caught the photography bug at 12. Finally, Quebec City-based Lise Gagne was the first iStock by Getty Images photographer to reach 500,000 downloads — in 2007, just four…

    Digidayin Social Facebook- 17 readers -
  • 5 Signs Your Marketing Needs an Upgrade

    … for an upgrade. 1. Stock photos have taken over your campaigns, and you aren’t using them ironically. Stock photos have their place, but that place is usually contained within a video showcasing ridiculous stock photography. Of course, not every image you use needs to be a fresh illustration or recently snapped photo, but it should be unique to your ad…

    ImageWorks Creativein Paid Search SEO- 5 readers -
  • The Complete Guide to Membership Websites

    … so customers can pay a monthly or yearly fee to get access to all of their themes. Elegant Themes was one of the pioneers and many other sites have adopted this model as well. At Elegant Themes you can pay a yearly fee and get access to more than 80 different WordPress themes. Many stock photography sites also offer subscriptions. So if you…

    Marc Andre/ ProfitBlitzin Affiliate Social EMail- 35 readers -
  • How to blast your Twitter engagement rates through the roof

    Engagement. That word means a lot of different things to a different people, but there’s no denying the fact that we all want it. Whether it’s comments, shares, Likes, Retweets… engagement shows you just how much people care about your brand. Part of my role at Econsultancy is getting people to engage more with our content on our social channels, so I thought I’d list a few m ...

    Matt Owen/ Econsultancy- 9 readers -
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