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Articles from September 1998

Stock Agency News

By Jim Pickerell | 464 Words | Posted 9/18/1998 | Comments
This strory reports a number of announcements from various stock agencies, both in the U.S. and abroad.

Year 2000 Cyber Mess - Solution?

By Jim Pickerell | 5736 Words | Posted 9/18/1998 | Comments
Have you started thinking about Y2K. Rohn Engh of PhotoSource International explains how it may impact photographers and stock agencies, even if they aren't heavily computized.

TSM Goes Live With Live Picture

By Jim Pickerell | 429 Words | Posted 9/18/1998 | Comments
The Stock Market (TSM), announced that it has installed a Live Picture Image Server, Enterprise Edition for securely distributing and viewing high resolution images across the internet.

New PNI Internet Site

By Jim Pickerell | 399 Words | Posted 9/11/1998 | Comments
PNI has launched a new site at, and images from FPG and TIB can now be found there as well as all the Publishers Depot images. Photographers for FPG and TIB take note. The percentages you receive for sales made by PNI in the U.S. may be different from other U.S. sales made by your agency.

September 1998 Selling Stock

By Jim Pickerell | 7113 Words | Posted 9/10/1998 | Comments
This issues contains: New TSI Photographer Contract, Similars, The Classroom in 2005, Graphic Design:USA Survey, Stock Agency News, and Myths About An Electronic Future.

Jonathan Klein Interview

By Jim Pickerell | 5197 Words | Posted 9/4/1998 | Comments
This interview with Jonathan Klein deals with many of the issues that have been raised by photographers in connection with the new Tony Stone Images contract. This contract is likely to set precedents for many stock agencies as they move toward on-line marketing.

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This stock photography news site focuses on the business side of photography with a special emphasis on stock photography. Our goal is to help photographers maximize their earnings based on the quality of their work and the commitment they are prepared to make to the trade. The information provided will be applicable to part-timers as well as full time professional photographers. We’ll leave it to others to teach photographers how to take better pictures.

Jim Pickerell launched his career as a photographer in 1963. In 1990 he began publishing a regular newsletter on stock photography. In 1995 the information was made available online as well as in print and was gradually expanded to a daily service. Click here for Pickerell's full biography.

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