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Where Can You Sell Photographs? What Photos Get The Most Money?
Is there any place online you can upload and sell photographs?
hard to say there are so many sites on the web that can sell your photos for you on a commission basis. Some are stock sites and some are product sites. Its more of a cast you bread upon the waters type situation. In other words try many of them and based on your returns you can decide which sites work best for you.
There are specialist sites depending on the content. For example, on Airliners.net (specifically aviation photos) you can opt to make your photos eligible for sale. You receive commission if any of your photos are sold.
You can sell them on Zazzle.com. I've seen other sites too but Zazzle is the only one that I have spent time on.
I've personally sold on www.istockphoto.com your results will depend on the quality of photos that you take. You will typically get paid more money based on how popular your photos are, as well as if they are unique to that site or not. The most profitable photos are probably those taken on a white background for sure, as they are used on most blogs. These images are basically models posing with props or on their own in various ways that a blogger would feel fits in with the content of a given post. For this, I can't really give advice, just be as original as possible.
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