Well-placed photographers can afford to reject jobs that they feel either don’t pay well or are beneath them, but you can’t.
Whether someone asks you to photograph vegetables or DIY-related photos or anything else that may seem silly at first, be open to it. Take solace in the fact that some money is better than no money.
Photo contests are a great way to see where you stand in comparison to other photographers at the beginner, amateur or professional levels. Offer to display prints of your photographs there for no cost.
At the same time, you can have your contact and price information (tags) clearly visible.
To have an idea of what’s popular at the moment, closely watch what’s appearing in magazines, in addition to websites and competitors.
The very competitive industry that it is, it is really not easy to stand out.
At the close of the party, you can pitch the photos to your friends.
The good thing about T-shirts and greeting cards is that you can sell the same photograph plenty of times.
Whichever be the site you are submitting to, ensure you familiarize yourself with its copyright and ownership information.
Some of the sites you can consider are i Stock Photo, Dreamstime, Fotolia, Shutterstock and even which is a great avenue for sale of handmade or vintage supplies and items and distinct factory-produced items. After that, devote one day to visiting local cafes, restaurants, law firms, fitness centers or other places that might have a bare hallway or wall that could do with some ornamentation.