Making money from landscape work

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  1. #1

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    Hi all,
    Newbie here.
    I was just wondering if anyone could help me in getting work out of landscaoe photography. I cover all sorts of stuff but landscapes i enjoy the most, my shots are pretty good now and i want to try and sell my work but not sure which channels, i.e. magazines, local press, tourist boards etc etc
    ** Plus i really need a giant photo album. where can i buy on!?!?
    thanks guys


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    Hi

    Perhaps you could start by creating an account with an online stock photography agency and upload some of your material. You could then track which sells which will act as a simple form of research eg. How much of what I take is out there already? How can I differentiate my work from others? How many/which of my images are selling well and can I use this feedback to pursue this style/form further to expand my portfolio etc.

    Good luck

    Adam

    www.adamcoupe.com/portfolio

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    If your wanting to try the Stock game with Landscapes...I would try Alamy.

    Microstocks...I am not sure with only landscapes. One person on a board I go to says he does landscapes and does very well with Dreamstime. I don't know how true it is so buyer..I mean seller beware. If you try them, I would trickle in your images. Upload 5 - 10 images...let them get approved then upload 5 - 10 more and so on.

    There are other micros and each one has certain areas they don't want to accept (Landscapes, flowers...the family dog).
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