Photographers are increasingly concerned that they are not receiving all the monies they are entitled to from their agents. Read about some of the things that are causing these concerns and things both photographers and agents need to think about.
This issue contains stories on E-Data Corporations' attempt to get a share of fees from all digital sales, Higher fees from some book publishers, Getty Press Division Sales, ImageState Completes Move to New York, Defining ''Crappy'' Photography, and Alaska Stock's Website Upgrade.
Pricing textbook uses is getting more and more complex as publisher seek broader rights for the images they purchase. Sellers are often giving away huge additional rights for only a small additional fee over what they would charge for much less use. Check out our analysis of the numbers.
Sygma Staff is back to work in Paris, Coalition of Visual Artists Flounders, Corbis Stock Market moves office, Harper Collins Publishers Sued For Unfair Dealing With Authors, SuperStock Acquires PowerStock, New Artists Relations Positions Announced at Getty and more.
This issue of Selling Stock contains stories on: Work Stoppage At Sygma, Tony Stone's comments on the industry, and Jim Pickerell's analysis of those comments, Pictor Ltd. Insolvent, SuperStock Creates X-File and Closes Production, Getty Images 2001 Results, Ad Sales Down, Acquisitions by ImageState, GlobalPhoto, Corbis and SuperStock, Creative Eye's Search For Money and more.