photos for website

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Tim Conway, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. Tim Conway

    Tim Conway Guest

    Hi everybody,

    Back in October of 2008 I was asked to submit some photos for the local
    realtor's association website and got paid for them. Finally after almost a
    year and a half, the website finally goes live. I'm happy with it. 3 of
    the photos were part of previous shootins. (a version of the domes, the
    horses, and the York County farm). Have a look. I do sell one every now
    and then. <grin>

    www.rayac.com


    Tim
     
    Tim Conway, Jan 19, 2010
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    tony cooper Guest

    If you're going to work for them, you'd better start capitalizing
    "Realtors". They're picky about that. They also like it written
    "REALTORS®".
     
    tony cooper, Jan 19, 2010
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    Tim Conway Guest

    I know. Excuse me, REALTORS Association. Actually, they no longer need me.
    All the REALTORS have their own cameras and most don't want to pay anyone to
    take photos for them anymore. I did a good job too, for the 21 years I did
    it. :-(
     
    Tim Conway, Jan 19, 2010
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    Tim Conway Guest

    Thank you
     
    Tim Conway, Jan 19, 2010
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    Paul Furman, Jan 20, 2010
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    Robert Coe Guest

    : On Tue, 19 Jan 2010 16:50:32 -0500, "Tim Conway"
    :
    : >Hi everybody,
    : >
    : >Back in October of 2008 I was asked to submit some photos for the local
    : >realtor's association website and got paid for them. Finally after almost
    : >a year and a half, the website finally goes live. I'm happy with it. 3
    : >of the photos were part of previous shootins. (a version of the domes,
    : >the horses, and the York County farm). Have a look. I do sell one every
    : >now and then. <grin>
    : >
    : >www.rayac.com
    : >
    :
    : If you're going to work for them, you'd better start capitalizing
    : "Realtors". They're picky about that. They also like it written
    : "REALTORS®".

    If they want Tim to go into the tank like that for them, they've got to show
    him at least twice the $$$.

    Bob (Tim's unofficial contingency-fee agent)
     
    Robert Coe, Jan 22, 2010
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    Robert Coe Guest

    : * Tim Conway wrote :
    : > Hi everybody,
    : >
    : > Back in October of 2008 I was asked to submit some photos for the local
    : > realtor's association website and got paid for them. Finally after almost a
    : > year and a half, the website finally goes live. I'm happy with it. 3 of
    : > the photos were part of previous shootins. (a version of the domes, the
    : > horses, and the York County farm). Have a look. I do sell one every now
    : > and then. <grin>
    : >
    : > www.rayac.com
    :
    : I recognised some of those shots. Well done.

    Hey, Troy, where were you this month? I usually look forward to your work,
    especially the macro stuff. (Hmmm... I guess your macro lens wouldn't meet the
    rather constraining mandate. Oh, well...)

    Bob
     
    Robert Coe, Jan 22, 2010
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    Tim Conway Guest

    LOL I'm happy with what they paid. 30 x 13 that they selected. I wish
    there was more work there though. I used to do the MLS until the REALTORS
    (see? all caps) most all decided if they take their own photos, they won't
    have to pay anyone. ...This economy sucks! Oh well, I guess I have to try
    and sell stock. I'm sooooo lazy...
     
    Tim Conway, Jan 23, 2010
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    Tim Conway Guest

    They paid $30 for the infamous HDR pic?

    Yeah, a different version, though. This one still has the steeple. Amazing
    what a blue sky will do. :)
     
    Tim Conway, Jan 23, 2010
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