Guess who’s buying photos today? Quickteller and others!
If you were to take a quick trip to quickteller.com, you would find a windows-8-start-menu-looking website. And why would you want to take a quick trip over there you might ask. Well, it is for a profitable reason.
If you were to take a good look at quickteller’s windows-8-like website, and if you could somehow magically let all the tiles disappear, you will find a pretty photo of Lagos in the background.
Let’s also suppose you really really had nothing better to do than to stare at the computer screen till 12 midnight, you would witness as the photo fades away gracefully only to be replaced by another stunning location shot of Lagos city, ready for another 24-hr stance behind that website.
Are you getting the point yet?
That’s three hundred and sixty-five photos (365) in a year. I’m sure you’re getting my gist now. Quickteller already has its eyes on PhotoSale, so if you can shoot it, by all means do so. Across the web, there are countless other websites looking for original photos in the African context. They are waiting to buy your photos so don’t cut yourself out of the apple pie.
If you would like to have an idea what price you should set your quickteller-type photo to, you would have to see me in camera. 😀
Get shooting, start uploading, start earning.
By the way, doesn’t that roasted corn look absolutely delicious?
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