Stock Photography

Oh boy – watch out! This post is LOADED with images (and it’s super long)! Hopefully it will load well for everyone. I’m SO excited to share these pics with you today… this is exciting because our sweet friend who sent me her photos has not applied to istockphoto.com yet, but is getting ready to […]

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Boy, have we been busy around here! I really want to sit down and blog about what’s been going on in our life, but have had a hard time finding much time to sit down at all! Hopefully I’ll have some time to tell you more about it in a couple of days when Fraddling […]

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Removing Purple Fringing

by SomeGirl on April 26, 2011 · 1 comment

As promised, here’s a tutorial on how I remove purple fringing. Hope you find it helpful! :) Let’s look at last week’s purple fringing example… Open your file in Photoshop (I’m using CS3, so my tutorial will be from that view point. I’m hoping the steps are similar in other programs.) Click on the “Brush […]

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So…. What do you do if you’ve applied for iStockphoto and received an email back saying: “At this time we regret to inform you that we did not feel the overall composition of your photography or subject matter is at the minimum level of standard for iStockphoto.  Please take some time to review training materials, […]

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How To Get Accepted at iStockphoto (Part 3)

by SomeGirl on March 30, 2011 · 11 comments

Alright, you’re getting closer to becoming an iStockphoto.com contributor. Yay! (one of our earlier photos when we really started paying attention to our account – taken on our favorite backdrop: a nice blue sky) Once you have your three varying photos (see Part 1) with good “ad worthy” composition, super clear focal point and technically […]

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How To Get Accepted at iStockphoto (Part 2)

by SomeGirl on March 22, 2011 · 29 comments

Phew, this week’s post is difficult to put into writing. I hope I make it clear enough. If not, feel free to ask questions in the comment section after you finish reading it. :) Welcome Back! I hope you’ve had lots of fun taking photos this past week! Let’s jump right into things, shall we? […]

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