Showing posts with label stock websites. Show all posts
Showing posts with label stock websites. Show all posts

Turn Your Passion for Photography into a Lucrative Side Hustle with Stock Photography

Are you interested in making some extra cash by sharing your love of photography with the world? Well, try stock photography (you can also try stock video into the bargain). Becoming a stock photographer is easier than you might think and can be profitable over time. Find below some practical tips from Shutterstock, one of the leading stock photography websites.

Standard or Enhanced? Which Shutterstock Image License is Right for You?

Looking for the right license can be a critical part of any creative project, particularly when it comes to using stock images or stock footage. Shutterstock, a leading creative platform with millions of stock images and videos, has two main license options: the Standard License and the Enhanced License. We talk about these two different licensing types in details below.

An Analysis of Stock Footage Prices at Top Licensing Agencies

Stock footage helps you enhance your video production and even film projects. With so many stock video sites out there, you may be wondering about the cost of stock video clips. In this article we will cover the topic related to the cost of stock footage from the popular stock video libraries. 

Unlock Your Creative Potential with Shutterstock's All-in-One Subscriptions

Are you a content creator who needs multimedia downloads for your creative projects but doesn't want to break the bank? Shutterstock has the solution for you - their new All-in-one subscriptions. This credit-based subscription model provides a cost-effective and convenient way to download stock footage, stock photos, and stock music for your content needs.

Shutterstock Attribution 101 - When and How to Credit Your Stock Content

You got access to Shutterstock video and download their high-caliber footage for your edits. Everything is great, but there is one thing that you need to think about: how to credit Shutterstock or the artist you use their footage or images from.