a microstock agency to sell your stock images

Hi there guys, just an introduction! We are a microstock company called notforzombies.. our site can be viewed at http://www.notforzombies.com
Here you can register and submit your images also. If this is any interest to you guys, it will extend your earning potential with a number of stock sites.

It's free to register with the site and submit. After you have uploaded images (jpegs, 5700x3800 max 300dpi) you need to add a title and some metadata before they can be reviewed and launched on the site. Hopefully i will see some images soon as I like what i have seen so far in this community.

As with many others you get your own unique URL, you also get a personal portfolio section, where you can upload images without the need for review. All profiles do get checked so any profane, sexual or violent images will be removed.

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Henry Horenstein. Horenstein has worked as a photographer, teacher, and author since the early 1970s, his career as a teacher started at Harvard in 1974. He is an author of over 30 books, including many monographs (HONKY TONK, HUMANS, CREATURES, AQUATICS, CANINE, RACING DAYS). His newest book, CLOSE RELATIONS, recently published by powerHouse Books, is a collection of photographs he made as a student studying under Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). His textbooks have been widely used by hundreds of thousands of photography students over the past 30 years. Horenstein lives in Boston where he continues to photograph, exhibit, publish, and teach at RISD, where he is professor of photography. He is known for being one of the most influential photography educators in the United States.

Dr. Juliet Hacking. Dr. Hacking is the Programme Director of the MA in Photography (Contemporary and Historical) at Sotheby's Institute of Art in London. The MA is unique in that it allows students to study photography entirely as a branch of art history and visual culture, while also developing their skills of professional practice (as curators, gallerists etc). . Juliet joined the Institute in 2006 from Sotheby's auction house (London) where she was the Head of the Photographs Department (from 2003). Prior to joining the auction house as a cataloguer in 2000, she worked as a researcher at the National Portrait Gallery (London). She was the curator of the N.P.G. exhibition Princes of Victorian Bohemia: Photographs by David Wilkie Wynfield and wrote the accompanying book (NPG/Prestel 2000). She trained as an art historian at the Courtauld Institute (B.A., M.A., PhD) specialising in nineteenth-century British photography, and has taught as a Visiting Lecturer at the Universities of Derby and Reading and at the Courtauld Institute.

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August 6th, 1945 [60 years ago]
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