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Yesterday I told you about a company looking to hire travel writers to blog about their favorite destinations. Today, I want to switch over to photography. There’s a new stock agency on the web… but it’s different from other agencies. It might even be easier to break into. Scroll down to find out more… — Lori Lori Allen Director, Great Escape Publishing P.S. If you’re considering selling photos as stock, then you’re one smart cookie. Stock photographers don’t have to do any marketing, they don’t have to deal with customers, and once their photos are up on an agency website, they get to sit back and watch them sell over and over again. ******************* March 11, 2010 The Right Way to Travel *******************

Snapixel: New Stock Agency has Easier Admissions and Bigger Commissions

By Bonnie Caton in Portland, OR Here’s a new stock photo agency to try. It’s called Snapixel.com, and it’s a social photo-sharing site like Flickr, but with an added option to sell your photos. You set your own prices, or go by their suggested price, and you keep a whopping 60% of the image sale, as opposed to 20% to 40% at other agencies. Like iStock, Fotolia, and other online stock agencies, you still have to be approved as a contributor. But the process is easy. Simply upload three photos for review, and the next day they tell you if you’re approved. I tried it with these three photos and got in right away: Snapixel entries   The criteria for admission as a contributor at Snapixel seem to be more lenient than those at iStock and other big agencies. And once you’re in, there are no reviews — you can submit anything you’d like. According to Lee Torrens, of the industry blog MicrostockDiaries, “For microstock photographers, Snapixel represents an interesting, if not unique, opportunity. All those slightly more artistic photos which microstock agencies just don’t appreciate have a welcome home at Snapixel.” Register to sell photos with Snapixel by signing up for a free account, filling out personal information, and then submitting three photos for review on their website. Another membership perk at Snapixel.com is the opportunity to mark your photos for publication in Snapixel Magazine. If your photos are selected for publication in the magazine, you won’t be paid for them. But they will be showcased large and beautifully in the online magazine, (and in print, if you request a print copy). You’ll also receive credit as a magazine contributor. [Editor’s Note: Learn more about how you can turn your pictures into cash in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel.  Sign up here today and we’ll send you a new report, Selling Photos for Cash: A Quick-Start Guide, completely FREE.]

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