Marie Mcfarlene: How do you know if you're compensated every time someone download your photo. For instance your photo may get downloaded 10 times youget pay for 2 downloads how would you know?
angierandomstuff: what kind of camera do i need to use? Does it matter?
Haseeb Ahmad: Hi just wondering, I want to sell am image that is $20, how much would it cost to sell on both the ShutterStock and the Dreamstime, I know of their prices and plans, but dont really much understand it, I just need an estimate on how much it would cost to sell an image. thanks
imed kolli: is it free to start contributing my photos in Istockphotos without having a card credit account ???? please answer me
Carsten Reisinger: Nobody besides Shutterstock knows the actual number of "professional" photographers. I'd assume a few thousand worldwide, also depending on your definition of "professional".
BadDriversOfPlacerCounty: how many proffesionals are on shutterstock?
Steven Cook: thanks for the tips...
SketchSnap: I sell my images on featurepics, I find it a lot simpler to navigate :)
Erwin Wirapratama: Dear Friends, May I ask a question?
What is your favorite place to sell your design, online ?
Mine is shutterstock, how about you!
Please share to me! Thanks :)
Carsten Reisinger: I cannot recommend a particular model to produce stock images but in general it's a good idea to start with either a Canon or Nikon D-SLR camera and a wide angle zoom lens. If price is an issue, look into buying pre-owned equipment.
farith baharudin: what camera the best
Erwin Wirapratama: Yes! That's Right!
I have try it and get it!
I sell my vector graphic on microstock agency!
Just like you, i happy with this passive income earning!
You can see my portfolio!
Hope it can be your motivation and inspirations, friends!
Carsten Reisinger: Ja, Shutterstock ist ein asbolutes Muss! Desweiteren empfehle ich Fotolia, Dreamstime, Photodune, Depositphotos, 123RF und weitere (siehe Blog!). Viel Glueck!
Sebastian der Große: wo ist es am besten sich zu registrieren ?
vieleicht shutterstock ?
Carsten Reisinger: It's regular (and hard) work for people who love creating images. There is no funky, illegal or scamming being practiced. It's up to everyone if they want to try if they can succeed in submitting their photos and make some money along the way. It does require dedication to some extent yes but there is no such thing as "get rich quick" - so this is an honest way to make some dough :)
d keef: Thank you!
Richard Holland: i bet this is a scam
ClunkyD: awesome, but will you even make a sale on that site even if its a top quality picture?
BadDriversOfPlacerCounty: ok thanks do you know any good lens that's good for moon photos I got the 55-300mm lens.
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