A career in photography? Perhaps, perhaps not. FW: What these 11 images can tell you about worldwide buyers trends

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Hugh Paxton’s Blog suggests that if you don’t try you won’t fail.

If you try…who knows what might happen? Let me know what happens if you try with this one!

Cheers!

Hugh

From: ImageBrief Update [mailto:team=imagebrief.com@mail76.atl71.mcdlv.net] On Behalf Of ImageBrief Update
To: Hugh Paxton
Subject: 🌍What these 11 images can tell you about worldwide buyers trends

Monthly round-up of what’s been sold.

11 Images That Show Worldwide Buyer Trends

Want to get into the heads of our image buyers? There’s no better way than to actually see what they’re licensing on ImageBrief. In this month’s round-up, we show you a selection of images that sold all over the world in November. You’ll also learn a little bit about each brief or Marketplace sale.

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One Response to “A career in photography? Perhaps, perhaps not. FW: What these 11 images can tell you about worldwide buyers trends”

  1. charlespaxton Says:

    Well, yes, I’ve looked at that site, at first I was excited and put some pictures on there, they have had no sales at all.

    You actually have to pay the site owners to submit more than one image per brief for their client’s consideration.

    I’ll look into it again when I have more time and an ace camera!

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