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10/24/10 5:17 AM
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JensonTaylor
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Any suggestions for where you can upload and sell your photographs online?

Without the hassle of having to setup your own website etc.

Thanks,
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10/24/10 9:36 PM
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sell prints or stock?
10/28/10 5:07 AM
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Digital format. Prints are too much work.

I just thought there must be an ebay like place for photographers.

10/28/10 3:20 PM
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 smugmug.com pro account
10/31/10 3:52 AM
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@CombatCaptured

You really need the pro account for that based on the features outlined here:

http://www.smugmug.com/photos/photo-sharing-features/

I am not confident I would sell any photos. I would rather have a service where if I make money they can take a cut.

Do you use this service?
11/4/10 9:19 AM
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Look up stock photography, it sounds like it's what you're after.

There's 101 different sites you can use including e.g. Alamy. One other option is to add your photos to flickr, then join the Getty images call for artists group and start posting there. You can also add an option, so if someone wants to licence your photos they can request the licence through Getty there too.

Hope that helps!
11/7/10 5:22 AM
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@jim dwyer thanks for the reply
11/7/10 4:41 PM
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No problem. PM me if you need any more details - know a bit about this market!! Phone Post
11/20/10 3:29 PM
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jim dwyer - Look up stock photography, it sounds like it's what you're after.

There's 101 different sites you can use including e.g. Alamy. One other option is to add your photos to flickr, then join the Getty images call for artists group and start posting there. You can also add an option, so if someone wants to licence your photos they can request the licence through Getty there too.

Hope that helps!

 
11/20/10 3:29 PM
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Edited: 11/20/10 3:29 PM
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jim dwyer - Look up stock photography, it sounds like it's what you're after.

There's 101 different sites you can use including e.g. Alamy. One other option is to add your photos to flickr, then join the Getty images call for artists group and start posting there. You can also add an option, so if someone wants to licence your photos they can request the licence through Getty there too.

Hope that helps!

  Great info, thanks also
11/22/10 12:03 AM
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 I use www.exposuremanager.com for what it's worth...

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