The popularity of “Mad Men” should have convinced you that the Sirk era of mod-con stylishness has lines that just don’t die. Insofar that this era brought into being the modern motifs of advertising message and visual style before weighing price, quality, or utility, the congruence of photography art and late 1950″s and early 1960′s design and fashion makes excellent subject matter.
Now that video is the hot new vending item at many microstock sites, the scope of the work turns to video. If you are a microstock photographer and you have been playing around with the video capability in your camera, here are some focus drivers to render more product results and revenue from the same device. Try your hand at video!
Humans like shiny things, we’re funny that way. If you can find something shiny and appealing for a photo composition, the job is halfway done. The above images combines the camera opportunism with a shiny object against a matte texture. observe how the image drinks in the light. the shine of the motorized scooter contrasts in texture with the matte vanilla color of the library plaster.
Green living and sustainable design for homes and businesses are a hot topic for blogas, magazines, articles and more. Newsletters, tip sheets, and flyers need art. Microstock images can transform into dot to dot activities and symbols for logos and green websites.