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Since sharing my first stock photograph over five years ago, I've been stunned by the constant positivity and enthusiastic support from the deviantart community.
You are the reason I keep snapping, keep uploading, keep faving.
Your passion to create inspires me.
Don't stop.

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  • Listening to: Wildfire by Urban Rescue
  • Watching: The wind stirring the treetops
  • Drinking: Water
Hey all. If you haven't had a chance to check out my new stock photos, here's a sneak peek. Notice a theme? That's right, it's spring in Australia!

While many of you lovely deviants
 in the northern hemisphere are packing away the summer wardrobe and searching for your winter woolies, in the land down under we are cracking out the shorts, mowing the lawn and scooping leaves out of the pool, ready for the scorching temperatures of summer. Some of us are sandbagging our homes to hold flash floods at bay, but thankfully my hometown has escaped the worst of the extreme weather. So if you're me, you're out with the camera, dodging rainstorms and stalking the best of spring's wonders to shoot.

Yesterday I stumbled upon a tiny nest built in a rosebush. After a slow-motion fight with the thorns, I was able to get an eyeball over the rim and beheld a minute, black-and-white speckled egg. A baby willy-wagtail in the making. Good news, considering this particular brand of bird is furiously territorial and will kick up a din when danger looms. That means, if you hear a wagtail going nuts, watch your step; there's a snake on the move.

And no, I don't have any snake photos. Not yet ;)

How's the weather in your hometown?

Baby Chicken Stock 1 by Stockopedia
Wildflower Riot Stock 1 by StockopediaBaby Chicken Stock 2 by Stockopedia

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FeriAnimations Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2016  Professional Filmographer
Thanks for the fav! :happybounce: I am a dummy! 
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Mr-Sadat Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav :D
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Reddawgi Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2016
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Stockopedia Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
You're welcome!!
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SybilThorn Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2016   Digital Artist
Thanks for the Fav  - emote by SybilThorn Take-off by SybilThorn  
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Pacificalto2013 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks For the Fav {Free Use} 
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Stockopedia Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
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EveJen Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi! Congrats on the DD! 

I was wondering if you could give me any tips, as I am a newbie stock image artist.
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Stockopedia Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
Hey DoNotGiveUpDarling Thank you! 
Welcome, it's great to have another stock artist on deviantart. The more the merrier, I say :) I had a look at your gallery. Love your mountain stock! Looks like you're in a very beautiful location, which means you'll have endless places to take stock photos :w00t:
Tips? Hmmm. Probably the best thing to get you started is to browse stacks of stock photos, stock groups and photo manipulation groups on DA to get a feel for what digital artists want, and how to take good stock photos. For example, photos with a deep depth of field and a large foreground tend to be more useful. Try to only post your best photos, and as you get a larger gallery don't be afraid to go back and delete photos that you don't like (I do, a lot!). Keep your gallery tidy and use lots of key words in your stock photos so people can find them easily. Last of all, have clear rules and make sure they're easy to find!
Hope this helps, if you have any more questions I'd be more than happy to answer if I can! 
Keep up the good work :D
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EveJen Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much! :hug:
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