- Sell your prints at etsy.com.
- Sell your work on eBay.com.
- Sell your work on stock photo sites:
- Create products with your photos on them (mugs, calendars, keychains, etc.) and sell them on zazzle.com or on cafepress.com.
- Create photo books on blurb.com.
- Sell your artwork in a commercial space.
- Place your work on art and photo websites.
- Hang your work at local art galleries.
- Create a website and start marketing your own work online. There are quite a few portfolio-building website tools out there:
- Check out our earlier blog post, “Sites for artists and photographers trying to sell and protect their images.”
For more information, see http://franklinarts.hubpages.com/hub/Top-10-Ways-to-Make-Money-Selling-Your-Photos.
Last but not least, one worthwhile option you should consider is licensing your work through Creative Commons. Creative Commons is a tool that lets you share your creativity and innovation in such a way that the whole world can see and/or hear your work, you retain copyright ownership, and you can modify the copyright items in such a way that best suits your needs. Go here for more information.