I’ve been making a collection of some of the brilliant stock artists works that I have come across. It started off as stock I can’t provide myself so I look for other peoples so I can suggest them. The way I choose is quite odd, when I see a stock image I have an instant image in my head of what I could do or create out of that piece of stock. The image also has to be crystal clear and easily altered.
Anyway, Check them out, I’m sure you’ll agree, just click on their deviation.
Hope you like the choices. I haven’t put my reasons for each choice because they speak for themselves. Great stock with the potential to be greater still. That’s all for now and I hope that this will keep you all going for a while and that the folks here don’t mind the feature.
p.s i'll let you know if you're included as soon as i can, but it does tend to call me spam after a while.
Had to get it done before i go in hospital to have my wisdom teeth taken out - Going in this monday and hopefully it won't be cancelled again or i might scream.
Thanks for featuring my attempts at stock hummingbird photography. It's nice to have these works displayed with other stock. All the photos here would be great pictures with just a little photoshop work. I'm very impressed with the work and selflessness of the 'stock photographers'. Once again, thank you!
I have a whole bunch of older stuff that I never thought to make available as stock images. Do you think I should simply recat them into stock? (Though I guess then they wouldn't really show up anywhere, would they?) Plus, do you think any of them would be good for stock usage? These are the ones I would consider right now: [link] [link] [link] (Though that one really aint that great...) [link] [link] [link] and pretty much all my fireworks photography: [link]
1st, 4th, 5th & 6th very defiitely and the fireworks. They would be excellent stock images and the snowflake ones are stunning. You can get more exposure if you add them to groups too, like #stockdirectory plus other people who do features will spot them.
Well, I edited some of my images and made them into stock images: [link]
Guess I'll have to look out for some stock groups to submit them.
Another question, I have a bunch of 'texture type' stile photographs. (Wooden bark, polished wood, that sort of stuff) I never uploaded them to dA because from an artistic point of view there are really nothing special. Would that however be something that's suitable as stock images?