As graphic designers, we have more opportunities than ever before to build an online audience and generate interest in our artwork.
In this class, I'll teach you how to sell your artwork, whether it's photos or vectors, on Shutterstock.
You'll learn the best tips on creating images that generate interest on the platform, and we'll go over everything from signing up for an account to actually uploading your first images.
Here are the topics we'll cover in this course:
• Why do companies use stock images?
• Pros and cons of uploading stock photos and vectors to Shutterstock
• Shutterstock is hard work!
• Stock image process
• Shutterstock pricing tiers
• Target audience - Who needs Shutterstock images?
• Goals and consistency with stock images
• Tips before starting your Shutterstock journey
• Signing up for a Shutterstock account
• Creating stock photos
• Getting your vector images ready for upload to Shutterstock
• Uploading photos to Shutterstock
• Uploading vectors to Shutterstock
• Bonus - What to Draw and What to Shoot
This class is geared toward beginners to stock photography and vectors, but you'll need to comfortable with your creation technology of choice, whether it's a DSLR camera, iPhone, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, or Corel Draw.
Get ready to learn all about selling stock photos and vectors on Shutterstock. Let's go!
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Vector images by:
Mary Pahlke from Pixabay
OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay
Image by digital designer from Pixabay
Image by Maximilian Ihm from Pixabay
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