But Dreamstime has got enough flowers to fill up the Mariana trench and drown the Everest.
I still don't know what would be a good strategy here. Of course I have to upload flower photos and I will. But what sells and what doesn't?
After thinking about it all I decided to pick out one flower photo here:
And another generic background:
I have a million flower photos on my disk and most have been declared "awesome", "extraordinary" and "classic!" by family and friends. That, obviously is not something that matters. DT teaches this to newbies the hard way. I've had half the pollens of a flower out of the frame with only the stalk in focus and it was labelled "lovely". Another flower on the dead centre with zero space left for text was "my best ever photo".
Well do you have any experience with flowers? I mean as a photographer or as a gardener or someone working in a nursery who knows what people are attracted to?
I guess photos sell only when they are usable and also attractive. I could do with some suggestions down here. :)