I've just purchased a 1 month subscription with Shutterstock and have been dabbling in making some brushes for personal (cover art) use. However, I was wondering where I would stand adding these brushes to my gallery for download
. I mean, I've purchased the images but I'm not sure if me just cutting them out and making them into brushes would breach copyright. Does anyone have any idea if I'm able to do this. I couldn't find what I was looking for in the Help section. It's not like I'd be making money from the packages or anything, but if an artist uses the brush and then sells a print ... well, you get the idea. I'm confused
So I've been thinking that I would like to get myself a better camera. And since Christmas is on the horizon I thought I'd better get my act together and get a few details together
I currently have a ' point and shoot' (aka Canon PowerShot A520 4.0 mega pixels). Yeah, pretty pathetic I know, but it does the job for capturing shots of the kids and texture stock, etc.
I'd like to increase my pixel size mainly but would also like to be able to eventually do very simple studio stock (objects and possibly even people) with the aim to perhaps one day sell them on Istock, etc (yes I have a lot of learning to do before I get to this point). SO if anyone out there who knows a bit about cameras could point me in the right direction considering brands, etc or even explain all the technical jargon to me. I would really, really appreciate it
I don't claim to be a photographer but would certainly like to learn more.
Oh, just a quickie on another topic. I recently ordered a couple of calenders from DA (getting ready for Christmas
) and I just have to let everyone know how EASY the whole process was. And to top it all off, I received my calenders within a week of placing the order. Pretty damn good considering I'm in Australia
(it usually takes Australia Post 4 days to get something to Sydney - 600km's away
) So there you have it! DA's postage service rocks!!