I have sold a few of my photos, not for very much though, my photography is still very 'amature', and mostly landscapes!
I have a friend who does pretty well with microstock photo's but I personally have never tried. I think it's a hit and miss thing, but I don't personally yet have the talent.
I've been taking pictures for about a year now (Canon 40d). I spend most of my time shooting with a prime 50mm lens, as I hear that is a great way to learn how to better take pictures.
There is some truth to that. Not having the ability to zoom makes you work a lot harder. I do enjoy the 1.8 aperture compared to the kit lens.
by Simon Cook 21 months ago
How can I sell my photos online?
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by HuiArt 3 years ago
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