Taking and submitting stock photography is a great way to make some extra money. But only if you do it right. Here are a few quick tips to taking the right kind of photos and submitting them in the right kind of way to help ensure you’re earning income, not wasting time. Read More
As a buyer of stock images, I would automatically buy a Shutterstock subscription if I knew that I would need a lot of stock images to work with.
When I first found out about microstock, I was very excited about the prospect that I might be able to sell photos. While I am a relative newcomer to microstock, I’ve learned a lot in my year of contributing and selling my photos.
In this article, I will review what I feel are the very best microstock sites for contributors. It stands to reason that the microstock sites which most benefit contributors will likely be the best for customers too. However, I don’t have a lot of experience on the customer side of this subject, so I won’t go into that in this particular review.
There are these days countless stock photography sites to choose from, either as a contributor or as a customer. However, these stock sites are not all created equally. It is generally agreed upon that the top stock photography sites are as follows:
When I first began to submit my photos to Shutterstock, I wasn’t sure that I was going to make any money. I must admit that it took more than one try to be accepted there as a contributor, and my current portfolio is very small, but it was more than worth the effort. I consistently make sales at Shutterstock on a portfolio of less than one hundred images. In fact, only iStockphoto earns me more, and the difference in earnings between the two sites is pretty small. Read More