This post is a perfect example of the value of a work ethic. You are too
lazy to prepare and send in a CD, so you get paid pennies for your work.
I've found in life that those who are willing to work generally do better
than those who won't...thanks for proving that for me.
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On 8/28/07 2:58 PM, "Nathan Wajsman" <nathan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Prompted by some of these exchanges, I have today signed up with
> iStock; I uploaded my 3 images and am now waiting for the acceptance.
> I have been on Alamy for a while, but I suppose the kind of images I
> make do not sell well there. But even more annoying is the archaic
> interface--until they see fit to give you upload "privileges" you are
> forced to submit images by mailing them CDs or DVDs. Totally 19th
> century. Compared to this, iStock is a breath of fresh air.
> As for those who bemoan the new business models--they can stay on
> their high horse. The market for stock photography has changed, and
> trying to charge $500 for a generic stock image today is akin to King
> Canute sitting on the beach and ordering the tide to stop. He got wet
> On 28-aug-2007, at 14:31, Garth Wood wrote
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