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Five Sites to Sell Your Photos

Photographers have more options than ever before to sell their photos online.   And with the continuing advances in digital cameras and editing software, amateur photographers are beginning to realize that they can market their photos pretty easily as well.   Below you will find some websites where you can cash in on your great photos.

Instaproofs – Sellers create an account, upload photos and market their page.  Instaproofs charges no upfront fees.   When a photo is sold, Instaproofs keeps 8-15% in commissions for the sale.

Photobox – PhotoBox sellers create galleries and sell their work. Customers will be able to buy prints of various sizes plus they can add your photos onto various products such as photo books.  PhotoBox charges no upfront fees, but they keep 10% of all sales as commission.

Zazzle – Zazzle is an online marketplace that allows you to sell your photos and other art. You can upload photos and graphic designs and customers who visit  Zazzle can buy various items that use your photo, including iPhone cases, iPad covers, t-shirts, mugs, photo cards, posters, calendars, and more. There is no cost to set up a store at Zazzle and you can set your own commission rate.

CafePress – CafePress is an online marketplace that allows you to sell your photos and other artwork. You can upload photos and graphic designs and customers can buy various items that use your photo, including iPhone cases, iPad covers, t-shirts, mugs, photo cards, posters, calendars, and more. There is no cost to set up a store at CafePress.

ExposureManager – ExposureManager provides a number of great tools, including a website to sell your photos that can be linked to your existing domain.  You can also customize the header and footer.  Create galleries for your various projects. Prices range from $14.99 to $24.99 per month.

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