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Traveler Job – How to Make Money Selling Your Photos Online

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Traveler job is the best one can enjoy lifetime!

Here is a tip on how to make money selling your photos online. Earn $100 per image in the beginning of your travel job.

You are a traveler, passionate about taking photographs of those beautiful and adventurers trip!

First of all, you need to create one account, probably a SmugMug account and sell through it. SmugMug is offering a 15% subscription discount now.

Travel to your village, town, city and state first. Then roam your country. There are several things to shoot and explore around your. Travel as much as possible with your camera. This is the thumb rule for a successful start in traveler job.

Find festivals, both local and International which are held near you. Local fests are more attractive to outside world. Imagine capturing the dance in Hornbill Festival in Nagaland or the Sangai Festival in Manipur.

Your traveler job starts with the selling of exotic photos from these festivals immediately.

Search for the cheapest rooms and places to stay. Eat the best exotic street foods, which are the favorite of locals.

Always have something to sell. I know a person who takes photos for huge publications all over the world.If you decided to travel at discounted price, look for such place where you can stay comfortably.

India is cheaper than Thailand,Thailand is cheaper than Paris, Turkey is cheaper than Rome. Uzbekistan is cheaper than Stockholm.

If you would like to make money selling photos, here are some of the various places you can try.

I would recommend these few traveler job where you can earn money as a travel photographer.

SmugMug – Upload your photos, set your price, and earn 85% of the markup.

ShutterStock – Get paid for photos, illustrations, and video clips. Rates vary on subscription plan, exclusivity, and type of vector.

iStockphoto – Pays contributors a base royalty rate of 15% for each file downloaded. If you are an exclusive contributor you can earn up to 45% commission.

Dreamstime – Earn 25% – 60% from each sale you make.

PhotoSpin – Earn a 40% revenue split for non-exclusive images.

(c) Mohen Naorem

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