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January 31, 2014
by Michael Jay Fotograf
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The second year has started – the look forward

Yesterday, I have published my look back to my first year as a non-exclusive stock photographer. Now it’s time to move on and have a look forward to the second year. What I am expecting from my second year My … Continue reading

December 2, 2013
by Michael Jay Fotograf
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New agency added: Mostphotos.com

I have decided to add mostphotos.com to the list of agencies I supply with my main microstock portfolio. They are certainly not among the big sellers but they offer 50% of royalties, even on their subscription sales. And they are … Continue reading

December 1, 2013
by Michael Jay Fotograf
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Preliminary Sales Report for November

Overall sales development As I had reported in my October microstock sales report, I had a big jump in my earnings, almost doubling the prior earnings. The November numbers are looking a bit lower but appear to confirm the major … Continue reading

October 3, 2013
by Michael Jay Fotograf
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Detailed microstock report for September and the third quarter of 2013

End of September means three quarters of the year are over. Time once again to take a closer look on my development as a microstock photographer this year. Uploading new images to microstock agencies In the third quarter, I re-started … Continue reading

July 2, 2013
by Michael Jay Fotograf
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Strategy changes at iStockphoto will affect all stock photographers

Wow, that was a month of big news at iStockphoto. We are watching Yuri Arcurs to move his whole library of images to iStockphoto along with a new combined portfolio of Danish contributors. We have seen a change in their collection system with a … Continue reading