Our photographers come from all sorts of backgrounds. Markus Spiske made a bit switch to pursue a more creative career. It goes to show that it’s never too late to follow your passion. Here are some things Markus has learnt, including his stance on the future of advertising and what it will entail in the coming years.
One of our top contributors, Logan Bannatyne, found a way to make his hobby his main source of income. It sounds like a dream, but it is possible. Today Logan shares with us his journey into stock photography, how he found success and what you can do today to edge closer to your aspirations.
Evgeniya Porechenskaya knows how to make a statement. Her vision can’t be compared to those that came before her or those that will come after. She’s bold, daring, provocative and a little bit of a rebel!
Seizing every opportunity to photograph candid, everyday moments is a goal for many photographers. One of our top contributors, Stefano Tinti, takes this pledge very seriously as he attends events to capture people in action and on the move.
Just when you thought you can’t possibly experiment more with photography, an innovative artist proves you wrong. Christoffer Relander captures landscapes in jars. No, he doesn’t use Photoshop or any other software, instead he has pushed the boundaries of what is possible with analogue photography.
When you take a look at the works of a photographers, you can quickly tell their skill level and assume their years of experience. One of our very talented contributors, Alex Teksomolika, has only started shooting 6 years ago yet his aesthetics and body of works are as polished and put together as a photographer with decades of experience.
Branislav Ostojic has been in the stock photography business for 12 years. He picked up the art when he was just 10 years old and has never doubted his spot in the business. Although there have been slight ‘pauses’ in Branislav’s career path, his transition to digital photography was an obvious choice.
A true visionaire will always find a way to flourish. This is the case for Aleksandr Serebriakov and Denys Golub who started their own photography business with the launch of G-Stock Studio. Today they speak on the behalf of their team about some things that deserve a spotlight in stock photography.
There’s a reason we love food photography. Delicious, home cooked meals sizzling in their perfected table set ups. The odors being almost prominent in the pictures themselves. One food photographer, Natalia Lisovskaya, takes us on one of these journeys to the kingdom of the delicious and irresistible.
Every illustrator has their own style. It’s all in the brush strokes, the little details and the themes they choose to work with. Nadezhda Arkhipova’s works stand out in all three criterias and have a touch of the creative that will put a smile on your face. She’s one artist that has been successfully selling her works on our website.
There is nothing more uplifting than an adventurous spirit. One of our top contributors, Galyna Andrushko has a special gift for catching the waves of wanderlust and creating beautiful art in the process. Today she shares with us her story, her experience and her unique talent.
Tyler Olson, one of our top contributors, has a rich portfolio of versatile works. One of the striking things about Tyler’s portfolio is that he works closely with unexplored, unique themes and brings lights to topics that aren’t as well covered in stock photography.
Anastasia Lembrik has a unique talent; she creates beautiful, captivating illustrations using watercolors and technology. The result is mesmerising patterns, beautiful depictions of dreamy creatures and a spotlight for still life.
When Mikhail told me he used to repair phones for a living, I was a little surprised. How could someone so talented have ventured so far from the industry? Sometimes fate throws challenges our way which is exactly what happened to Mikhail Dudarev.
Every artist’s journey to finding their creative side is fascinating. Aleksandr Prokofiev expressed his tendency towards the arts at a young age. Here is his story and a special tutorial on how illustrations are created.
John Wilhelm is one photographer that has chosen an unconventional path. With a background in IT, John creates whimsical worlds for his children that result in beautiful works of magic-realism-like photographs. Using photographs of his kids, John digitally transforms the images to take place in surreal, funny and even some bizarre environments.