This year, it’s estimated that collectively, we’ll take over a trillion photographs on our cameras and mobile devices. But what becomes of these images after they’ve been shared with our friends and family, and posted to social media?
If you’ve ever wondered what you can make of your archive of photos and memories, join Adobe Stock contributor Lasse Behnke at MAX this year to learn about the potential of stock photography.
Lasse Behnke aka lassedesignen is a media-designer-turned-full-time-stock-photographer based in Bremen, Germany. His signature compositions have been licensed over 200,000 time and his images have appeared on magazine covers, posters, packaging designs for HP and Asus in Germany, and even served as a base image for a movie poster.
During his MAX session, Lasse will share his experience transitioning from a hobbyist to a full time photographer, highlighting the lessons he’s learned along the way, as well as tips on how to start and succeed in the world of stock photography. You’ll gain an in-depth look at his creative process, from conception to execution to post production.
You don’t need to be a professional photographer to kick start your career in stock. Even Lasse, who goes by the title of “stock photographer” considers himself a more of a “digital artist who also happens to shoot photos.” Come and learn how stock can fit into your portfolio and how you can showcase your work to the world’s largest creative community with Adobe Stock.
Lasse will be joined by Adobe Stock Product Manager Morgan David de Lossy. Morgan comes from a family of Stock photographers and played a critical role in the creation of the new Adobe Stock Contributor Portal. Morgan will highlight some of the new features of Adobe Stock and show you just how easy it is to start contributing.
Lasse and Morgan’s session is Thursday, November 4th at 4:15pm.
See more details about the session and register here.