I'm a writer, and I would love to spend some time traveling while writing and I would love to make money along the way with photography of the places I go. How possible is that?
If you are already in those places and taking pictures that you don't need, and that don't count as work for hire for the person paying for you to be there, you can sell it as stock photography, or through an agency. It's about as possible as getting someone to pay you to go and write about a place, but based on a different skill set.
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by Romo Ram21 months ago
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