Results of a 1995 survey of Stock Photographers income. Separate story on 1994 survey conducted by photographers represented by The Image Bank.
Getty Images has launched a subscription offering called Creative Express with 52,584 images from PhotoDisc Green, PhotoDisc Blue and Digital Vision. All images are available both through Subscription and through the traditional brand at normal single image prices.
Peter B. Kaplan wins a $75,000 settlement from Sports Illustrated for copyright infringement. Fourth time in ten years that Time Inc. companies have infringed his work.
Stock Connection provides comparative results of image sales after one year in Stock Workbook 8 and Stock Workbook Disc 3.
Photographer Bob Thayer asks should he put images with a stock agency or look to the future and develop his own web site to sell his images? Answers from: Jim Pickerell, Jay Brousseau and Jack Hamilton.
The Future Image market research study provides some interesting information about the growth of the Clip Photo business in the CD-ROM environment.
Bill Gates' stock agency (well not exactly) is growing by leaps and bounds. Find out whether this is good or bad for stock photographers.
How the business maxim that ''80% of your income comes from 20% of your product applies in the stock photo business.
American Society of Journalists and Authors explains the mis- information being put out by publishers about why they can't pay for electronic rights on a usage basis.
Rohn Engh says the Internet is a waste of time for stock photographers. Jim Pickerell responds.
The article explains why professional photographers will find it extremely difficult to obtain reasonable fees for images used in the vast majority of CD-ROM consumer products.
Visual Communications Group in London acquires Bavaria in Germany. Index Stock in New York acquires Profiles West.
Vince Streano says MPCA is eroding ''the vitality and the visibility of ASMP,'' and calls for ASMP to stop spending money and resources on MPCA. Dick Weisgrau responds.