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Game, set, match

Yes, you can make money off your Flickr photos (I recently had an art director contact me about some shots I took in Hawai'i last year). Which makes this post even more relevant.

The fact is, the price of commercial photography will be approaching zero in the near future. Deal with it. The deer now have guns. An experienced amateur is on almost the same level as the seasoned pro when it comes to marketing opportunities for their pictures.

Photographers need to get into the ammunition business, and soon.

“Game, set, match”

  1. Blogger Don Giannatti Says:

    OOOOh... I can't wait to sell my Flickr stuff... gonna be rich like you then!!

    Cheers, good buddy.