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Photography

I guess it’s time to lift the lid on a new project. I’ve started [tag]photography blog[/tag], and plan to work on my photography skills next year. I’d like to get good enough to sell some images on a stock photo site, like www.shutterpoint.com.

How do stock photos work, you say? “photographers can share their photos with others, get ratings and comments on their photos from other members, and sell them to photo buyers on royalty-free basis” What sets [tag]Shutterpoint[/tag] apart is the payout rate. Unlike other sites, you get 85% of the revenue. You can compare other features with this Comparison Chart.

The set-up for photo buyers is worth a look too. The royalty-free purchasing is a nice feature. “Royalty-free pricing means that the price of the photo is based on its artistic and technical qualities, not the specific use. You will not have to buy any additional rights for any subsequent usage of the photos you purchase via ShutterPoint and can use the photos you bought for any projects.”

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