Photobuyer's Handbook US
The Photobuyer’s Handbook is the ultimate guide for anyone
who searches for and uses images professionally in print or new media. It is aimed at photobuyers, picture researchers, art buyers, designers and art directors.
It is a product of author Julian Jackson’s 25 years in the
industry. Topics covered include an overview of the industry, rights and
licensing, the basics of the digital image, resolution, file sizes and
compression, metadata, the internet, image quality control, copyright, orphan works, and many other subjects of vital importance to anyone who uses images professionally.
The Photobuyer’s Handbook is written in an accessible style.
Novices can click on the pop-up “Newbie Notes”, which can be ignored by more experienced users. Everyone in the
industry will find something of interest, from beginner to highly experienced photobuyer. Guidelines for best practice, and hundreds of hotlinks complement the text
Clever navigation means that the reader can jump between
sections and internal hotlinks give you the option to look at a topic in more
25,500 words, 102 pages.