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What do these three images have in common… saleable travel photos 150423.2 Daniel ed 150423 Daniel ed Daniel Nahabedian displayed these pictures on the screen today. And he told us that each of these great travel images was taken within one mile of his house. Here’s a look at the bus stop where the first photo was taken when this tree was in bloom… image007 And here’s the kitchen where the pancake photo was taken … image009 Can you do this? Take saleable travel photos without actually traveling and then sell them for spare cash? Of course you can. You just need to know how and where, right? If you’d like to create and sell great images like these, please keep these three things in mind… 1)     It’s not usually talent that makes one photographer more successful than another. It’s simply the act of getting out there and knowing where to sell that matters. 2)     In most cases, good equipment is good enough. If you’re starting with a small camera, look first at the editorial and fine art markets and steer clear of stock agencies until you have enough money to upgrade your camera. 3)     Everyone is afraid they’re not good enough. Even the pros have this fear. The only difference between you and them is that they started anyway. Share on Facebook

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