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08/10/2006 12:59:02 PM · #1
Anyone heard of this stock agency? Has anyone done business with them?
08/13/2006 04:33:58 AM · #2
I've never heard of them, sorry.
04/20/2007 02:39:19 PM · #3
I've heard quite a bit about them. mostly from photography magazines but including some online research. Infact, I heard to much about them I decided to apply for submissions about 4 weeks ago. I got my acceptance letter today. :)


04/22/2007 07:45:21 PM · #4
What kind of model are they? Closer to microstock, or more along the lines of Alamy, MyLoupe, and Photographer's Direct?

Also, what's their submission process like? Is it the CD/DVD submission or all internet uploading?
04/22/2007 07:54:02 PM · #5
Originally posted by rabi9634:

What kind of model are they? Closer to microstock, or more along the lines of Alamy, MyLoupe, and Photographer's Direct?

Also, what's their submission process like? Is it the CD/DVD submission or all internet uploading?


They're a mAcro stock library, so more like Alamy & MyLoupe, etc. Submission application was easy, an online application, plus they reviewed images I linked via my website. I was nervous about linking my website because it is client-oriented and not a very good representation of my stock portfolio... but it worked. :)
04/23/2007 03:19:27 PM · #6
Here is what I got back from them.
We reviewed your questionnaire and noted that you use the Nikon D70. We
require our shooters to use professional-grade DSLRs with at least an 8.2
megapixel sensor.

I wrote back to ask if they allowed other Nkon cameras, such as the D1H, D1X, or D2X? Since they are professional grade DSLRs (but less than 6MP). And have they priced one of these before. THEY are professional grade! :)
04/23/2007 04:12:27 PM · #7
I went through their submission process a long time ago and never heard back from them. Oh well
04/25/2007 12:20:00 AM · #8
idnic

congrats on getting in.

are they a exclusive stock company?

and can you send us a link to your superstock page?

04/25/2007 12:23:49 AM · #9
Originally posted by Fastexposure:

idnic

congrats on getting in.

are they a exclusive stock company?

and can you send us a link to your superstock page?


Well I don't have a page yet since I just got accepted a few days ago, but I got the acceptance with only showing my website, so you can see what they saw by looking there. They do not require exclusivity. Check their website! :)

And, thanks very much!
06/14/2007 09:56:55 PM · #10
idnic

any up dates on superstock?
06/14/2007 10:17:53 PM · #11
Cindi, you know they are in Jax, don't you? You could probably go over there and charm them.

Superstock was the first stock agency I'd ever heard of. I have a friend who sells her artwork through them.
06/14/2007 11:39:11 PM · #12
Originally posted by idnic:

I was nervous about linking my website because it is client-oriented and not a very good representation of my stock portfolio... but it worked. :)

cindi, why don't you get rex to show you how to set up a private gallery page with sample stock stuff and then link reviewers and the like to that page? that way, they see (at least initially) the stuff you want them to see without them having to wade through other stuff.
06/15/2007 12:53:58 AM · #13
So is anyone getting any reasonable sales on Superstock?
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