I want to try my hand on selling photos. Which is the best stock photography site I can go for?
Three of the top online stock photography sites are iStock, Dreamstime and 123RF.
I would say that photodune.net would be a good choice. If selling exclusively you could make up to 70% of what you sell (the usual rate is around 45%). Though not as big as somewhere like iStockphoto, Photodune does still get a lot of visitors; which means you can make a lot of sales. I hope this helps.
by ryankett 3 days ago
Now that I have a camera with a half decent resolution I am considering making some of my pics available for microstock sites, I am attracted to the idea of another residual income, even if that income is modest.I would be interested in hearing whether or not anybody else has used microstock sites...
by Stacie L 7 years ago
is there anyone else on here that sells their photos offline and online?what works for you?i am mostly online and considered offline but it's a big expensive gamble
by D22314 5 years ago
Has anyone had any success with stock photography?I've been thinking of investing in a cheap SLR camera and shooting some stock photos. Has anyone had any success with this? I know it can be a great way to earn some extra cash from images.
by HuiArt 3 years ago
Do you think is still possible to earn extra income by selling stock photos ?I took photography as a hobby and it would be great if I can earn some extra income to supplement my hobby
by dappledesigns 4 years ago
What is the best paying stock photography site for contributors?Monthly subscriptions with unlimited downloads vs. pay per download sites?
by Jared Miles 5 years ago
What are the best places to find stock photography for Hubs?I know of Wikimedia Commons, but what are some other stock photography websites I can use in my Hubs?Do you use stock photography sites, public domain sites, creative commons sites or photo sharing sites?Are your own photos better?
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