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Author: Rohn Engh
ISBN: 0898799449
Language: English
Pages: 276 pages
Category: Photography & Video
Publisher: Writers Digest Books (January 1, 2000)
Rating: 4.9
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A guide to setting up a Web site that can be used to sell photos across the Internet. After a discussion of the basics of the Internet. Rohn Engh knows more about how to market photography than anyone else in the business.

A guide to setting up a Web site that can be used to sell photos across the Internet. His earlier books on marketing have sold almost 100,000 copies but "sellphotos. com" is his best book yet. I'm a professional photographer with 30 years of experience in photo marketing; I have 125,000 photographs on file, from which I receive a tidy flow of royalties. I know a lot about marketing photos but very little about how to use the Internet to my advantage. Rohn Engh's book spells it out in detail, in English plain enough for anyone to understand.

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com : Your Guide to Establishing a Successful Stock Photography Business on the Internet. A guide to setting up a Web site that can be used to sell photos across the Internet. After a discussion of the basics of the Internet, the author discusses how to create the page, promote the site, and transact business.

Photography is in the midst of a revolution

Photography is in the midst of a revolution. Rohn Engh shows part-time and professional photographers how to compete with the big agencies by using the Internet-the new frontier of stock photography sales-and by determining how their images, both traditional and digital, are delivered and paid for. A comprehensive guide, sellphotos.

Publisher's Description. Clearly written and organized, this book is sure to be helpful and essential to the stock photographer's library.

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Photography is in the midst of a revolution. Rohn Engh shows part-time and professional photographers how to compete with the big agencies by using the Internet - the new frontier of stock photography sales - and by determining how their images, both traditional and digital, are delivered and paid for.

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Photography is in the midst of a revolution. Rohn Engh shows part-time and professional photographers how to compete with the big agencies by using the Internet--the new frontier of stock photography sales--and by determining how their images, both traditional and digital, are delivered and paid for. A comprehensive guide, sellphotos.com covers everything for photographers from Internet basics and the nature of the stock photography trade to building their own web sites and operating their own business.
Comments (7)
Gold Crown
Very helpfull
Wetiwavas
Much of the technical information in this book is out of date. However, the marketing and workflow information is valid and useful.
Golkree
If you've read Rohn Engh's previous book titled Sell and Re-Sell Your Photos, then you might want to skip SellPhotos.com. Approximately half of the information is straight out of Sell and Re-Sell Your Photos.
That said, I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in learning about the stock photography business. It covers a variety of business-oriented topics, such as forms, letters, pricing, marketing, legal issues, etc. The author's words are very encouraging--by the time you're done with this book, you will feel confident enough to run a successful stock photography business.
As for "Establishing a Successful Stock Photography Business on the Internet," this book falls short. This book was published in January 2000, when the internet was still very much the wild west. The internet, as well as technology in general, has evolved quite a bit in the past few years, making some of the information in this book obsolete.
If you don't mind weeding out the obsolete information, then I recommend this book.
porosh
There are too many business how-to books that offer up a series of snappy tips, but never bother to give you the concrete information you really need. This book truly excels in this department. Every major point that's brought up in this book is followed by a sidebar listing useful, current resources. I am amazed at the wealth of content in here, and feel that the book is actually worth much more than its $18.99 cover price (something I can't say about many books). Unlike the other two reviewers above, I am a novice photographer just getting my feet wet. I feel that Engh's book offers an exceptionally solid, detailed, in-depth, and reality-based road map for setting up a stock photo business on the web.
Hiylchis
Rohn Engh knows more about how to market photography than anyone else in the business. His earlier books on marketing have sold almost 100,000 copies but "sellphotos.com" is his best book yet. I'm a professional photographer with 30 years of experience in photo marketing; I have 125,000 photographs on file, from which I receive a tidy flow of royalties. I know a lot about marketing photos but very little about how to use the Internet to my advantage. Rohn Engh's book spells it out in detail, in English plain enough for anyone to understand. I am a great believer in learning from books instead of from blind trial and error. I have at least $2,500 worth of books how-to books on my shelf and "sellphotos.com" is the best value of any of these books. It's just as valuable to an amateur with 100 photos to sell, as it is to old hands like myself with more than 100,000.
Rohn Engh has some strong (and very informed) opinions about the business of photo marketing. But you don't have to take his word for it. He has talked with a dozen or more leading photographers and/or marketers in the U.S. and Canada, and in "sellphotos.com" he gives you case histories on the secrets of their successes in Internet/Web marketing.
The detail in the book is amazing. The last 46 pages of this 276-page book are worth twice the price of the book. Those final pages contain a wealth of phone numbers, web sites, and Email addresses that help the reader find sources of the software, hardware, and information you need, to get on the web and sell those photos. If you're ready to get out there in the cybermarket place and make some money with your photos, "sellphotos.com" is your road map. If you're not sure whether you're ready, "sellphotos.com" just may inspire you to jump in and get your feet wet, and tell you how to do it with minimum investment.
Obong
Rohn Engh, best selling author of "Sell and Re-Sell Your Photos", has written the first comprehensive guide for the stock photographer desiring to market photos through the Internet. This newly published book will not only help the stock photographer understand what does and does not work with the Internet, but saves time by focusing their efforts for maximum results. The book is highly specific, carefully researched, with countless examples. Many photographers, this reviewer included, have become involved in this industrial transition by purchasing digital equipment, but feel they're making it up as they go. The author's text serves to clarify how to take advantage of this emerging market opportunity, showing how small stock photographers can now compete with the major stock houses, without major capital outlay. I would encourage readers to pursue Sellphotos.com as the first comprehensive work on photomarketing with the Internet, with every bit of the solid advice that has made his first book the recognized "bible" for independent stock photographers since 1981.
Gajurus
The book was decent and informative but out of date.It does give you a good idea about using the internet and setting up a web site to help sell your photos in the marketplace.
It was published in 2000. It refers to using windows 95 & 98 and modems with 2800 baud. It is out of date, he needs to update the book.
I paid a discount price of 13.99 for it but it should be selling for less.
I read his other book "How to sell and resell your photos" which was a very good book for photographers thinking of going into stock photography.
It would be nice to see an update with the newer XP operating system and newer software programs and web sites listed.
This book does have alot of good information in it about establishing an online stock photography business.
I gave it three stars because it is severlly outdated on the technology and URL's that are included as examples.