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Photography and Offline Freelance Jobs

Updated on April 2, 2018
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If you have a high-quality camera and possess excellent photography skills, then you have good chances of earning plenty of dollars. Turn your hobby into a freelance photographer and get paid. Here is a list of such freelance sites:

For all those, who is already pursuing their freelancing career, here are a few tips on how to write an appealing proposal when applying for a project.

A. Freelance Sites For Photography


1. Freelance Photographer Jobs

This website is available majorly for photographers living in US, UK and Canada. It is a collective database of all the photography jobs presently available across the Internet.

2. Photography Jobs

Photography Jobs Website allows you to showcase your skills and sell your stuff to the millions of potential buyers. There are varieties of photography jobs to choose from. Working with this site can help you earn up to $200 for premium quality photos.

3. Get Photography Jobs

The website is updated on a daily basis with more 100,000 job openings. The jobs are based on states across the US. Enter your specification in the keyword section, city and state and look for your favorite job.

4. Scoopshot

Till now, Scoopshot has served more than 55 countries and is still going great. Besides the brands and publishers, they have their own daily contests to help you earn extra bonuses.

5. The Creative Loft

The Creative Loft has highly reputed photography jobs across the US. The list is updated daily. The jobs include photography of studio, travel, technical and wedding.

B. Freelancing Sites For Local and Offline Jobs

Today, freelancing does not only mean to work all day long on your computer, but it is also offers local and offline jobs, under contract, to help you grow your income. Here is the list of the best of them:


1. Uber

Uber is a worldwide renowned cab service. If you are a good driver, it is quite easy for you to get a job here. Simply download the app and sign up as a driver. Once registered, start earning cash by driving people across the town.

2. Lyft

Lyft works just like Uber. It is the second best car service after Uber. It is definitely worth a look, if you are not satisfied with Uber.

3. Localancers

Localancers is a digital directory of local and international businesses. It uses location to match the clients with those freelancers who work in the preferred time zone (as mentioned by clients).

4. Bark

Bark is meant for those businesses or individuals who are looking for services from local freelancers. The service can be of any kind, such as photography, accounting, car repairs, personal trainers or house cleaning.

5. Wonolo

Wonolo is an on-demand service for helping businesses to find temporary or contract-based freelancers. The type of work includes administration, warehouse operations, general labour, delivery and more.

6. Ozlance

Ozlance keeps you updated with the activity of each and every freelancer. The site, currently, offers jobs only to freelancers living in Australia and New Zealand. It supports every kind of freelance opportunities.

7. Valoso

Valoso offers jobs related to video production, event marketing and event photography. Its services are available in the UK, Europe, North America, Asia, Australia and Middle East.

8. Zeerk

Zeerk offers micro jobs and pays instantly. You have the chance to post your specialty (what you can do, how you can help) with the appropriate rate. It is easy to find both online and offline jobs on this site.

9. Needto

Needto offers variety of services with quick chances of getting hired. The service categories are business, legal, writing, handyman, house chores, cleaning, lawn, garden, moving, photography, videography, web design and more.

10. Gig Walk

Gig walk is another similar website like the rest of above that offers almost same kind of job offers. They are worth a look.

11. Task Rabbit

TaskRabbit is an online marketplace that matches freelance labour with local demand, allowing individuals to find immediate help with daily tasks, that includes cleaning, moving, delivery, handyman work, walking their dog, pet training or hiring a professional plumber.

12. Sidecar

Sidecar is known for offering a ride share services. It can help you earn $35 per hour for a single ride.

13. LocalSolo

LocalSolo is quite a new site in the market, yet it has managed to offer jobs to more than 25,000 freelancers. It helps the businesses to find local freelancers based in their city.

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