Selling photographs online is super easy and convenient in comparison to the hard copies. They also have inner forums where individuals share their findings which are perfect for someone. Obviously to be taken on those websites as a photographer you needed to present their main office with 300-400 pictures in a portfolio in the form of slides. Great questions Years ago it was a very mixed bag but now RGB Jpegs looks like the standard for accepting photos. When it comes to money, IF you love to write doing both ( writing about and doing stock) can be profitable.
Essentially for me the stock sites are a great place for me to put a heap of my pictures that are otherwise merely sitting on my computer doing nothing, and they actually earn some cash to me! Its a pretty straight forward procedure actually, all though some of the websites are free stock photos sites pretty crucial of pictures and I find quite a high rejection level for some of them. Stock Photography is a great addition income to what whatever you're shooting now.
They also have inner forums where individuals share their findings again which are perfect for someone starting out with stock. Of course to be accepted as a photographer on those sites you needed to present 300-400 images in a portfolio to their main office. Good questions Years ago it was a very mixed bag but now RGB Jpegs appears to be the norm for accepting pictures. As for the cash, IF you love to write doing both ( writing about and doing stock) can be lucrative.