7 Places to Sell Your Photography Online
If you have a talent for Fine Art photography then Art finder might be the place to sell your best work. Art finder sells all different types of art so it is not solely for photography, but it is a great outlet that will help you (according to their website) ?reach a global audience of 600,000 art lovers?. There is an application process and you will need to wait up to six weeks for a response but if Fine Art Photography is your thing, then this could be a great home for your art.
500px was founded in 2009 and has built a great following since then. It?s an online platform where photographers can get exposure for their work and also get paid for it. As well as this it has a great community of people, who will rate your work to help you to produce even better photography. There are rules for submitting your work such as not submitting any work that has been retouched to make any models in an image thinner or larger. It?s a great place to sell your work but make sure that you do follow all the rules to get a chance to sell.
Alamy markets itself as being ? The world?s most diverse stock photo collection? and it certainly does have a huge database of images, which are seperated into 56 different categories. Alamy don?t edit the content of your photos, but your images do need to pass their quality control.
If you want to take more control of your images and prefer to print them and send them yourself for a more personal touch, then Etsy might be the service for you. Etsy is a marketplace known for their unique and handmade products and using their platform you can build your own shop and sell your photos there.
Fine Art America is the largest online Art marketplace. As a photographer you can upload your images and sell them to art lovers. If you want to be hands off and not deal with the framing, packaging and shipping then Fine Art America could be one of your options. Your images can be purchased as framed prints, acrylic prints, greeting cards and can also be placed onto items such as duvet covers, tote bags and pillows etc. There are twenty-four different subjects that you can list your work under so it should be quite easy to list your photos. You can also sell your original artwork to customers without being charged a commission on the sale. One of the benefits of this site is that you set your own price for your products although with so much competition on the site you might not be able to get the prices that you want.
Yellow Korner is a Limited Edition Art Photography online store. Fine Art photographers that want to sell their work here need to apply by uploading five photographs and filling in details of their career so far on an online form on their website. Yellow Korner?s artistic committee will then review your application and get back to you in about a month to let you know if your application has been successful.
EyeEm must be doing something right if they have over 20 million photographers around the world sharing their work on their site. You can use their site to be part of their great community and share as well as discover new photos of the things that you are most interested in. It?s a place to get exposure for your work, be inspired and sell your work.
So if this all seems great to you then get out your camera and your smartphone and start creating!
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