I was recently contacted by OffSet, a stock agency that was interested in my photographs. I consider myself a fine art photographer rather then stock photographer and have only had limited success with stock in the past, but decided to check them out anyway. According to their website they are a "curated collection of extraordinary, engaging imagery from top artists and storytellers around the world." (You can read more here: http://www.offset.com/about) Needless to say I was intrigued with their concept. I was even more impressed by some of the photographers they already had working with them - such as David duChemin - who I have been a fan of for years, and own at least three of his traditionally published books as well as quite a few of his ebooks. They also have National Geographic stock, as well as quite a few other notable photographers and stock agencies. So I decided to give it a go, and see how it works out for me - if for no other reason then to see my name in such prestigious company!
So I now have 26 photographs with them(and I'll be working on more as I get the time) and you can check out my artists page here: http://www.offset.com/artist/Beth+Wold The most exciting part for me(as in - I squealed in delight when I noticed this!) is that if you search offset.com for say a "zebra" you'll find photographs of mine along with Art Wolfe and Frans Lanting - essentially two of the three top wildlife photographers in the world.
So if you are interested in using some of my photographs for stock purposes check out my page at OffSet here: http://www.offset.com/artist/Beth+Wold
If you're interested in prints, then check out my website! www.bethwold.com