How to Get Started with Stock Photography

  1. Shauna says:

    This is so helpful Fanette! Just a great way to ease into the business. Thank you for all your generosity.

    • Fanette Rickert says:

      Hi Shauna!

      Thank you so much for your comment! I am so happy that I can help! Have a wonderful day!

  2. Thanks for this Fanette! I’m working my way through all your posts. While I know some of my photos are good, some need work but would love to start at least earning a little bit to help me pay to produce better images.

    • Fanette Rickert says:

      Hi Michelle!

      I am glad you are finding some helpful content here and I hope I can help you get that first paid gig 🙂 Let me know if there are any topic you would like me to cover!!

  3. […] Sell your image on microstock or rights managed websites. […]

  4. […] and you need images, you can just dig into your library. Also, you can sell those images through a stock company and bring in another stream of income into your business.  One last thing: when it comes to […]

  5. […] things, it’s an avenue of passive income that can stack pretty easily with your other endeavors. Read my post on getting started with stock photography to learn […]

  6. […] Stock photography is a great source of passive income. You may already have unused images from personal projects that you could be submitting to microstock sites! This is a side hustle that probably won’t pay off big right away, but it can be quite steady if you stick with it and build a good reputation. […]

  7. Peter says:

    Hi, very useful list also check out https://photostockeditor.com a webiste with 150k
    public domain images.

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