How to Increase Your Microstock Photo Sales With These 3 Original Methods
The key to success is originality. Becoming successful in the microstock industry. To make yourself stand out and get noticed and be noticed, you need to stand out from the crowd. The only way to do this is to think out of the box and view things from a different angle. I’d like to show you three methods by which you can sharpen your imagination and create more unique ideas and ideas.
Have you ever stared at the vast sky over our heads for longer than two seconds? If you’re like most of us, you don’t think too much about what’s up on the horizon. Suppose you’re interested in it or are a weatherman or are interested in aircraft and other such things.
I’m not an Astronomer, but recently one of my friends, who is a specialist in astronomy photography, has transformed my perception of the sky that is above us. The textures, colors of light, and shapes can be created stunningly. It is true that the photographer in question is an astronomer at heart and has the best equipment; however, there’s nothing stopping you from investing in a quality telescope. It could provide a completely new realm of photography and, more importantly, alter the way you think. The ability to see things from the lens of a different angle or magnification will inspire you to try diverse styles and ideas in your photography.
Ultra Violet and Ultra Violet
We all are working in the visible spectrum of light. Are you thinking of expanding that spectrum? Two simple ways to begin exploring different spectrums of light can be found in Infra-Red (IR) and Ultra Violet (UV).
Have you ever thought about working with a model in ultraviolet light? The variety of patterns and styles you can create when you have your model wear various white outfits is limitless. The same is true for the infra-red light. The only limit is your imagination.
Backgrounds, abstracts, and patterns are loved by designers, and one of the best ways to create artistic work is by looking at things from a different perspective.
Finding Patterns at the Microscopic Level
If you are a photographer, then you need to be aware of the fact that there are instances when you’re required to dig in and dirty. You should, in fact, examine things more closely. Have you ever listened to a dewdrop sliding across grass blades or a dung beetle moving manure into its nest, or a fish-eating moss? There’s a whole world beneath the ground which, most of the time, we pass by and ignore. Pay more attention to details.
If you’d like to take things beyond that, you can buy a light or a stereotype microscope to get closer to the cellular level. The number of patterns you can find naturally in living organisms that surround us is an absolute delight. You just have to try it, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
I hope I’ve succeeded in stimulating your mind to see the world around you in a new manner. Do your best to develop a habit of thinking outside of the box. Don’t be afraid to explore photography.