I wish I knew who bought my pictures

posted on 26th of april, 2012

Today I sold a set of images showing the beauty of Indian women/girls:

I suspect it was bought by one buyer. It would be so nice to know for what sake:) I am aware of the fact that it is possible to search pictures in the internet but so far I have been successful only few times. Anyway, the buyer (or maybe not the single one) thank you very much!

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Posted by Ewamewa2 on April 29, 2012
Nic comment, Mrallen. And your experience is really impressive!
Posted by Mrallen on April 29, 2012
Seeing your images in use someplace is always a thrill !
I have about 27,000 images on sale through many agencies including DT and have been supplying stock images since 1972.
Since then, I have made several MILLION sales, yet I have only ever seen a very small number in print (probably around 200 or so).
I've seen a few used on TV, several on billboards, most in magazines in articles and in adverts, a few on websites and some in textbooks etc. I saw one of my images on the side of a bus in Ecuador and another on an illuminated sign in Hong Kong airport.
It's a big world out there and with so many ways of using your images on a worldwide stage, the chances of seeing your image in use is small I"m afraid. BUT KEEP LOOKING !
Posted by Lfmpereira on April 26, 2012
I would to. Sometimes, when i go to a bookshop i think: "what if i saw an image of mine in a book cover?"

That would be great. I woul buy the book, that's for shure.
Posted by Jdanne on April 26, 2012
Nevertheless, nice photos!
Posted by Egomezta on April 26, 2012
I guess we all think the same, specially how our image are being used...
Posted by Badzmanaois on April 26, 2012
I think a lot of the contributors share your predicament. I wish I knew too. =)

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