Freelance Photography - Your Career Starts Here
Would you like to sell photos online at your own gallery? Send people to your
very own pro photo sharing gallery to purchase the photos you've done of them.
There's more than one way to go about it. Here we take a look at the benefits of
a turn-key solution called pro photo photo sharing, a service specially designed
for professional photographers like you.
Not long ago it would have been a major project starting your own photography
business. My how things have changed. Today, the new online photo services let
you up load all of your photos to your own gallery and set your own prices.
Shoot whatever you want and send your customers to your beautiful online
gallery, to purchase the shots.
Thanks to photo sharing it's easy to get your photos on line customers to view.
Then they can click to order prints, enlargements and a variety of gifts like
coffee mugs, sweatshirts, holiday cards etc... and you make money on every sale,
because you set your own prices.
Get carried away, upload UNLIMITED photos with a click, shoot a million pictures
if you want, you can't out grow that! Your valuable images, safely stored in
full resolution and ready for sale. Download them anytime you want, because it's
a photo storage website too. Hey, backup is good right? Organizing photo albums
could not be simpler with the easy to use tools these companies provide.
Are you an artist waiting to be discovered? Get your work out there today.
Whether your shooting the local cheerleader squad or an expedition to Alaska.
Selling your photos is now very easy to do. You don't really want to go through
the hassle of setting up a merchants account to charge peoples credit cards do
you? Good because you don't have to! You don't really want to print, trim, pack,
address, ship, and provide customer service on each order do you? Good because
you don't have to.
That's right, now you actually have the time to go out and take lots and lots of
pictures. Go crazy you can take a million photos if you want. There's no limit
to number of photos that you can upload on some of the professional photo sharing websites.
Hey your goal oriented right? How long would it take you to shoot a million
photos? Let's see, this should be easier than figuring out the Tootsie Pop
thing. If you shoot everyday for 10 years you'd have to shoot 274 pictures per
day, because I don't think you can take 2739 photos every day for a year!
Here are some suggestions on what to shoot:
1. Taking Pictures on Vacation
a. Museums and Historical Landmarks
b. National Parks and Monuments
c. City Skylines and Architecture
d. Amusement Parks
e. Back Roads and Byways
f. Scenic Overlooks