I have uploaded 3 pictures!! It has become apparent that my collection of images are not really appropriate for stock - which is sad, but also exciting as I must now go out and do something about that!!
I have been taking photos for fun for many years, and have, since selling my business, been using Flickr to help me get a better idea of what my images are doing for other people - and now I am hoping to branch out. My time is limited as I have recently remarried, and we have a very busy life - we travel, we are learning to paint, we socialise quite a lot and we have 6 children and 3 grandchildren between us, all of whom have their little demands on our time - and my husband still has a lot to do with his company, on his terms nowadays but nevertheless, it takes time and I help him.
Still, I am keen to make a mark on the microstock board - and hpoe for a little encouragement from somewhere!!write your text here
Hi and welcome to DT. Good luck here, I joined awhile ago and just started uploading in January. So far I am very happy with sales and the community is very helpful. Lots of info in the forums to help you along the way.
With stock you never know what might sell. I really like your mountain image; looks great. And of course you must go out and shoot more pictures. The bigger your portfolio the bigger are the chances of selling images. Good luck!
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