So let’s be honest here, not all of you are out to become the next greatest professional photographer.
In fact, you may not want photography [Photography techniques] to ever be much more than a hobby. Why? Well, when hobbies become jobs, they tend to be less fun.
It’s understandable, and we have a couple of solutions for you to have your cake and eat it to.
1. Fine Art Photography on Ebay
Many people go and shoot like crazy, all fine art of course, and then drop those suckers onto Ebay.
They don’t always sell, but when they do, you can make a pretty penny.
The best part is that you don’t have to pay for the print up front if you’re able to get a quick turnaround.
Just wait for the auction to get going and once it does, have your print made. Many art collectors are turning to Ebay for good finds, you could easily be one of them.
So, maybe you not ready to hang with the big boys over at iStock. That’s okay, don’t feel bad. Many professionals have been turned down as well.
Thankfully, there are tons of other options out there. Between Shutterstock, Microstock, fotosearch, and of course, Photrade, there are tons of options for dropping your photos onto a site and letting them drive the traffic.
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