Most Requested in October

To help you know what subjects to focus on, we’ve made a list of high-demand content for October. Customers will be looking for images depicting acts of kindness, modern holidays, small business, and pajama parties! Plan your shoots and uploads accordingly!


Acts of kindness

- Customers will be searching for images depicting acts of kindness in authentic situations. - Content can include individuals participating in non-profits, like charities and soup kitchens. - Try capturing moments where someone is assisting the elderly or disabled, and always showcase inclusivity and acceptance when possible.

Modern holidays

- The holidays are quickly approaching, which means customers are already starting to look for seasonal images. - They’ll be looking for images of holiday greenery, beautiful home decor, and winter festivities. - In demand will also be alternatives to traditional holiday trees, for example cactuses or palm trees. - Try capturing delicious holiday drinks like eggnog and prosecco, as well as holiday themed-parties.

Support small businesses

- Customers are searching for images showcasing small businesses and beautiful storefronts. Now’s the time for property releases! - Try and capture small businesses from around the world, including cafes, retail stores, office environments, and start-ups. - Images showcasing shopping at small businesses is also a popular subject matter. - Try photographing shopkeepers and entrepreneurs at work.

Pajama party!

- Customers will be looking for images of kids in their pj’s having sleepovers. - Try and capture activities like pillow fights and impromptu forts. - Pictures of babysitters watching kids will be in demand too.

Need inspiration?

Get more ideas for what to focus on by looking back at our Shot List archive.

For the best results, your content should include individuals of diverse ethnicities, genders, ages, abilities, and body types. 
Content with recognizable faces must include model releases, and so should the interiors of recognizable locations. Also, remember to avoid capturing brand names and logos.