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where do you sell your travel photos?

Travel Forums Travel Photography where do you sell your travel photos?

1. Posted by magdabis (Full Member 26 posts) 8y

Hi Guys. Can you recommend any stock libraries which specialise in travel photos? I know there is LP Images (apparently they only accept professional photographers) but do you know any other sites?
Where do you sell your travel photos?

2. Posted by joffre (Respected Member 157 posts) 8y

Hiya, there are heaps online, one of the local one's I know is www.ozimages.com.au... BTW, you taken some beautiful shots!

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4. Posted by tpainton (First Time Poster 1 posts) 8y

Well, you asked where you could sell your travel photos and yesterday I replied to your question and it seems my post was deleted because I actually referred you to a website where you could DO EXACTLY WHAT YOU WERE ASKING FOR DIRECTIONS TO DO.

So if you want to use your photos to make money in ways other than directly selling them email me this page using the "email it" link and I will let you know where you can use your photos to make money as a location scout for the film industry.

Good Luck!

5. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 8y

Quoting tpainton

Well, you asked where you could sell your travel photos and yesterday I replied to your question and it seems my post was deleted because I actually referred you to a website where you could DO EXACTLY WHAT YOU WERE ASKING FOR DIRECTIONS TO DO.

So if you want to use your photos to make money in ways other than directly selling them email me this page using the "email it" link and I will let you know where you can use your photos to make money as a location scout for the film industry.

Good Luck!

I would have left the post up but seeing as you started another post and a blog for no other reason than to promote what is obviously your website, I felt compelled to remove the post. It's one thing answering a question that's asked with a relevant link, it's a whole different matter to start threads claiming tax benefits. Mind you, the whole tax deductible thing made it look even more dodgy. I'd strongly advise against adding that kind of advice in your posts and on your site as the tax authorities might not take kindly to it (most of the world's tax laws do not see selling one photo as reason enough to deduct your entire holiday from taxes!). We'd be compelled to remove any kind of recommendation like that from Travellerspoint under the 'illegal' clause in our terms and conditions.

Back to the question being asked here. One site I was visiting recently that might be an idea is kombu. The site looks absolutely terrible (in my humble opinion) and I'm not sure what kind of traffic it gets, but it's a start.

6. Posted by marlis (Travel Guru 1167 posts) 8y

Had a fast look at this Kombu
I would not sell one of my photos for $ 5,00 !!!
the whole business looks not serious to me.

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