Two weeks ago, I asked you to fill out a survey to help me tailor Breakfast Stock Club to your needs. I got a HUGE response filled with photography wishes, dreams, successes, and frustrations.
I’m reading through every single response, and I’ll delve a little deeper into your wishes and dreams in the next issue.
In the meantime, to show my appreciation, I’d like to give you something to help with the number one thing that Breakfast Stock Club readers wanted to know more about: How and where to sell your photos.
Of course, you can always find my three favorite stock agencies for beginners, with tips on how to best get started, here:
- Where to Submit Photos
- What Agencies Want/get-started-tip-1-where-to-submit-stock-photos/
- Which of Your Phot os to Sell as Stock
But here’s something a little different that we’ve never talked about before: selling your photos online as fine art prints.
These three sites will sell your photos as prints to buyers all over the world, much like stock sites, but you get to set your own profit margin:
Redbubble sells all sorts of products, from mugs and t-shirts to fine art prints, with your art printed on them. Many people sell digital art, drawings, or paintings through the site, but you can sell your photography, too. Redbubble sets a base price for their products, then you set the retail price. You keep the difference.
Where Redbubble is more focused on t-shirts and mugs, FineArtAmerica is more focused on fine art prints, though they do offer greeting cards and iPhone cases, too. But the system is more or less the same as Redbubble’s. They offer a base price for prints. You upload your photos, then set the retail price and keep the difference. You also get a nice online gallery for your work.
This site works in much the same way as FineArtAmerica, offering fine art prints of artwork and photos. You also get to set your price above the base price and keep the difference if you make a sale.
Just another avenue to think about… especially if you have photos that you think would look great hanging up on a wall. However, you probably don’t want to sell the same images here that you have up for sale on a stock agency, as the prices are so different.
Have a great weekend, and here’s to more photo sales!
Creator, Breakfast Stock Club
P.S. A fellow reader recently asked what Breakfast Stock Club Premium members think about their membership. Read their responses from Facebook, below…
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From Theresa St John: I love the Breakfast Stock Club Premium! I love the Challenges every month, it makes me practice what I love to do anyway, lol. Everyone is encouraging, the articles are super helpful and I have made some great friends along the way.
From Karen Padilla: Very happy!
From Luc Brousseau: I’m very happy about it. Lots of information, good advice and answers when we ask. I love Bonnie, she’s cool! I hope to meet her someday…
Aw thanks, Luc! I’d love to meet you, too, and maybe practice my francais. 🙂
From Chari Williams Paulson: Yep, Bonnie is cool! Miss you guys, and yes, I have been very happy with my BSC membership!!
From Elizabeth Coughlan: This club is essential if you want to be inspired, and motivated to make money with stock. Bonnie is amazing, and a wonderful guide, (even though she occasionally gives us a kick up the backside to get us going.)
Ok, now I’m blushing. Thanks, Chari and Elizabeth! You inspire me every day, too. I’m incredibly lucky to be a part of your journeys and to have you here on mine.
Ever thought about trying out Premium Membership? Give it a whirl, here.