Microstock Photography – Why Bother?
I must admit that I hated Microstock photography a few years ago, and I hated microstock with a deep passion.
Why? Because I thought it undermined the profitability of stock photography with it’s low prices.
Over the last years I’ve however also learned to appreciate microstock photography because there are advantages too.
One of the key advantages I’ve found is that the feedback loop is super fast so you learn quickly what sell and what doesn’t sell. And that’s great for beginners just starting out. You can use microstock to test out new niches and styles to quickly see what works before you wasted too much time on a dud.
But, hey! Watch the video and you get my point.
Speak out! Let me know what you think about the video by posting a comment.