Rules of Usage
Please credit me in your description with a clickable LINK to my side (if you don't know how to make a clickable link, go HERE for an answer.)
It should look like this: ~bloodymarie-stock OR/AND
Please send me the link to your art and I'll favourite it
Don't just change the colour or sth. on the stocks. let's be creative!
If you want to use my MODEL stock for prints, or outside of dA (like layouts, blogs, avatars, signs) you have to ask for permission. (you don't have to ask if you only used textures or objects^^)
Please respect and follow these rules
I have also a main account on dA. My photography account: *bloodymarie Would be nice if you could passing by
I mentioned this photo as a great example of stock photography here:
Keep up the good work
Stock Photo TipsAfter browsing and practicing on many stock photos, I have decided to compile a couple of tips for taking stock photos. I don't see myself as a professional at all, but I have noticed a couple of issues with my amateur experience and want to highlight those.
I include examples of photos that are done right, because I don't want to show examples of where it was done wrong. I don't want to put people on the spot like that.
I'm focusing mostly on model stock photos, but many, if not all, of these tips are applicable to other types of stock photos too.
1. Make sure the photo is in focus.
If it isn't in focus, it cannot be made in focus on Photoshop. If the photo fails in this aspect then the other aspects go down with it.
This photo by jl-modelstock is beautifully in focus, so the details are clear and nothing gets "lost."
2. Be aware of the sunlight.
Sunlight can easil
Keep up the good work
what a beautiful costume!!!
Absolutely adore this series sweetheart, they are fantastic stock images, well done!
beautiful dress~ beautifull all~!!
Uhm, While the dress and hat and poses are all very nice... none of these are Baroque or Rococo. They're Neo-Victorian. Not even true to Victorian. You need to do your research better or correctly label these images.
I didn't saod that this cloth is "rococo or baroque" it's just the model for my contest. You can mix areas. A lot of artists have done this ^^
... That dress <3