Ever wanted to make money from your photography? Or perhaps you are a professional shooter who wants to up your game? On Thursday the 3rd of July, readers in London have a brilliant opportunity to find out how best to sell their work to stock libraries and agencies such as Robert Harding.

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Delivered over one afternoon, this masterclass will cover the nuts and bolts of the stock business: what type of images sell and why, how license models and royalties work and current trends in image use.

Participants will explore whether their creative aspirations and approach match the demands of the creative end user and discover what agencies are looking for when taking on a new photographer.

At a more hands-on level, the group will deconstruct imagery as a means of testing its commercial merit so that you can better assess your own work and decide whether it is likely to be suitable for the global creative marketplace.

This seminar is open to photographers at all stages in their career who are contemplating stock photography as part of their portfolio of activity or indeed who are already shooting actively for one or more of the agencies and who would like a more rounded insight into what makes content commercially relevant.

Doors are 18.30 – 21.30 and the masterclass will last approximately 2.5 hours. More information and booking here

About the trainer, Zoe Whishaw

Zoe Whishaw is a Commercial Photography Consultant and mentor providing creative direction and strategic advice for photographers and photo agencies.
She is an expert in the visual language of stills photography within commercial contexts.  As a seasoned Editor and Art Director she has had many years of experience analysing and critiquing ideas and photography intended for commercial use across a broad spectrum of subject areas.


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16-30 Provost Street
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