Are you on Instagram? All of our Instagram followers got a sneak peek inside our Costa Rica Travel Writing Expedition last month. If you’re on Instagram, go here to follow us for more sneak peeks and photos from our pros. It’s a great way to stay on top of what’s selling, what our experts and […]
My fishing was interrupted by my sister and brother shouting a loud, “Whoa, look.” I did, just in time to see a school bus-sized humpback whale fall from the sky and hit the water with the largest splash I’d ever seen. He was just one of several whales we saw that day under the gaze […]
When I first got into travel writing, the experts told me I should create my own niche. That wasn’t hard for me. I’m not a foodie, don’t really like wine or beer, and I’m not overly eco-conscious. But if there’s an adventure to be had, you can be sure I’ll be first in line. I […]
“One day, you’re just doing what you love, and all of a sudden the next day, you can’t get through the checkout line at the grocery store without someone pointing at you and shouting your name.” The woman who said those words knows intimately what it’s like to be famous, what it means to have […]
Most photographers aren’t in it for the money: there’s so much more to love about this “job.” Here are four reasons (apart from money) to be a photographer.
For her 50th birthday, Julie Diebolt Price planned her first trip to Italy to celebrate. And ended up profiting $350 when she returned home with her photos.
You don’t have to leave home to create photos that sell to magazines. Read Helena’s story and see how you can do what you enjoy and sell the photos.
Member Diane Leone sent us this story about her first success submitting a photo/article package to a magazine.
When you’re working on commission, photos of everyday things like a simple cup of hot chocolate can afford you trips around the world.
Publish your photos in coffee table books and find out how your hometown could be your next gold mine…