Shooting video is a very efficient way to capture a broad variety of focus landscapes, individual model shots, and gathers much more per second in terms of frames than single photography. Camera handling should be performed with a multitude of quality goals in mind. Getting a series of well composed shots is vital to the compass of any online portfolio. But speed is of the essence. The market doesn’t wait and daily purchases of micro stock pictures online happen every day.
Scheduling income and profit stream goals from a low cost legal image portffolio needs regular infusions of time and images to a scanning folder or prepared images to upload and offer for sale. Splitting video files into ready to sell images takes practice and a analytic readiness to optimize the best and most saleable images per upload.
Keeping a photography journal is encouraged. A journal of micro stock images composed and uploaded into micro stock vending sites is suggested. This keeps the professional aspect of the micro stock agenda firmly in front of the photographer and depends less on hobby enthusiasm to keep the production line rolling.