Where I can sell photos?

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hello there Ozzu's members , I made over 300 photos in this week and I want to sell them .
Can you recommend me some sites ... or don't know ...
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Post 3+ Months Ago

There are a number of stock photo agencies that would probably be your best bet. Here's a link to a site explaining microstock-

http://www.niltomil.com
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Alot of people probably make some good money from deviantart too. I'm not 100% sure on how successful that site can be for selling as there is a vast amount, but the good thing about the site is anyone can do it and it doesn't have to be great work. Obviously the poor work won't sell, but that's up to those who are looking to buy.
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You can't go past http://www.stockxpert.com/ for selling pictures or buying stock quality photography (and digital art for that matter!) :D
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I found some sites also .. with high pay rates ... but I'm afraid they accept only U.S residents ..
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This kept me thinking for a week now. What if the experts I've seen so many at flickr, they published it on their flickr account which can be downloaded by anyone, it can be plagiarized and be sold by someone else, how to resolve this problem??
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Not alot of people are going to buy low resolution pictures. Flickr limits the resolution of their pictures. Also if you have a pro account I believe you can restrict downloading of your photos, but there is nothing to stop anyone from take a screen shot.
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Flickr is what, 800px max? a 1.3mp image (from the web) isn't going to be making much money :P
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No , you can add bigger photos to flickr even 3000 px ...

Oh , btw , I tried to sell in some places but seems I need minimum of 3 megapixels camera ... mine has just 2 :(
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SpooF wrote:
Not alot of people are going to buy low resolution pictures. Flickr limits the resolution of their pictures. Also if you have a pro account I believe you can restrict downloading of your photos, but there is nothing to stop anyone from take a screen shot.


Oh, really. thanks for the info, Travis.

neksus wrote:
Flickr is what, 800px max? a 1.3mp image (from the web) isn't going to be making much money :P

Ok, gotcha, neksus :)

Silver wrote:
No , you can add bigger photos to flickr even 3000 px ...

Oh , btw , I tried to sell in some places but seems I need minimum of 3 megapixels camera ... mine has just 2 :(


huh?, Are you responding to my question?? or are you making a new statement? :scratchhead:
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responding with the first sentence ...

a new statement with the second :D
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lol

ok, thanks Silver
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Are you using your camera phone to try and sell photos?
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neksus wrote:
Are you using your camera phone to try and sell photos?

Yea.. I made them with my cell phone camera :lol:
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Not to be rude, but I don't see many people paying more than $1 for those and using them as stock on low-resolution media.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

you can sell prints on deviant art.
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I'm not 100% sure on how successful that site can be for selling as there is a vast amount, but the good thing about the site is anyone can do it and it doesn't have to be great work.

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