We’ve been waiting for this stop on our virtual journey around the world for so long, and we’re finally here! Following Phileas Fogg, we’ve arrived in New York. Today we’d like to break with tradition and instead of showing you the main sights of New York (which are rather well known) we are sharing things and places Depositphotos‘ team in New York faces every day. Welcome to our NY office and its neighborhood!
Depositphotos wishes you all the best in the coming year, and wants to sum up some results for 2012:
Royalty-free stock files available for sale: 11,436,056
Number of customers: 827,429
The year’s bestseller:
Thank you for being with us this year! See you in 2013!
Hello there! It is the 10th and final issue of High Five! for this year, and today we are summing up the most burning microstock-related topics with the help of Depositphotos’ contributor Anna Furman.
5 tendencies of microstock photography
1) Competition among professional stockers is growing even stronger.
2) It is getting much more difficult for newcomers to get into the top tier of microstocks and start earning.
3) Glamorous or unnatural pictures are falling out of fashion; what clients need is sincerity, real emotions, and everything natural.
4) Customers prefer photographs of interesting and charismatic models, who are not necessarily beautiful.
5) Fresh ideas and a sense of humor really matter.