Well I don't know how to make loads of money with photography, but you can upload your pictures to istockphoto.com. This site will give you a commission each time someone downloads your picture. You can also upload your own video or sound bites if you use a video camera.
I do nature pictures I print and sell them as postcard calanders and wall prints I don't usually sell online or just prints I like to be creative and sell them at craft fairs and things like that
Unless you're REALLY talented and you can shoot what haven't been shot before...not too many chances.
There are many microstock sites but nature images don't sell ...
Sites like Zazzle.com and Cafepress.com are also a good place to sell nature photographs. I think Zazzle is the better of the two. It takes a while to build up your store, but once you have many products made and if your photography is good, you can make money.
There are many ways to make money with your nature photography, so long as you take the time to get really good at your craft ;-)
Here are 10 ways:
1. Sell your prints at etsy.com
2. Sell your work on ebay.com
3. Sell your images to stock photography sites.
4. Create products on zazzle.com
5. Create products on cafepress.com
6. Create cool photo books on blurb.com
7. Get a website and start marketing your work.
8. Put your photos on canvas or frame them and find local places to hang them in high traffic areas. Give the owner a cut of your earnings.
9. Place your work on outside art websites like fineartamerica.com.
10. Sell your work at a local gallery.
by Patrick Kamau 4 years ago
I want to try my hand on selling photos. Which is the best stock photography site I can go for?
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by climberjames 7 years ago
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