Many different factors contribute to the price, such as:
- How is the client going to use it?
- What size is the client using it in their publication?
- What is the print run or length of time a client wants to use the image for?
- What rights does the client request.
- How unique is the image?
To purchase Stock Photography
While looking at the photo you’d like to purchase simply go to the green Buy button then click on the download tab. Decide on which type of use you would like and fill out the form. Shortly after payment you will be e-mailed a link to download your image. It is as simple as that!
With stock photography the right to use the image is sold. For instance when I sold my waterlily photo to Sierra Club Cards they bought five-year card rights for that photo.
That meant I was free to sell the right to use the same photograph for anything other than cards.
Below is a small sample of my published work.
The front cover of Wildlife in North Carolina.
From Trial To Triumph magazine.
Cover for Scope magazine.
Back cover of Fine Gardening magazine.
Invitation to a one-man show at the National Wildlife Federation gallery of art.