Have you approached syndicates such as Shutterstock? Google the web address (can't give you it here). Another option is to borrow a copy of the Artists' & Writers' Yearbook for agents and other bodies who would represent you. Look into artists' copyrights. Get a portfolio together to show potential clients. when you're established you might specialise in one particular genre of photography that reflects your personal interests. There will be enough takers for specialist image-makers. You could even invest in a Windows graphics software to 'enhance' images for commercial purposes (e.g., illustration, book covers etc).
This is a cool hub I read a while back that you might find helpful https://toughnickel.com/self-employment … make-money
Go to fineartamerica.com You can sell copies of your photos in several sizes. No charges.
make a page on Facebook and show some of your pictures. make account on the websites which sale pictures and they will help you to do that.
by greencha3 years ago
Can some one tell me how to protect and sell my photos online thanks.Selling photos online
by Jane@CM7 years ago
Do you sell your photos online?
by climberjames7 years ago
Hi, is anyone out there successfully selling their artwork or photography using RedBubble?I just published the Hub "How to make money by selling artwork or photography online with RedBubble" <snipped - do...
by ryannaylor4 years ago
What would you say are the pros and cons of etsy? Do a lot of actual shoppers go there or is it mainly artists selling to other artists?
by alexandriaruthk5 years ago
Where do you post and store your photos online?Sharing and storing them at the same time.
by LaThing5 years ago
Has anyone ever made money selling photos online?I have always loved the idea of becoming a photographer, but never tried it. Thinking about doing it now, not just for hobby but would like to sell them online also. Has...
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