Do you sell full 360 panos as stock images or just crops of them?
Where do you sell these images, who do you use? I am just signing up
with Alamy, I hear they are quite good. Does anyone know any company
they can recommend?
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
> We do quite well out of selling stock VR images.
> Just had a look at that link, trying to work out how much you sell
> your images for? One add suggests that this site has the lowest
> rates on the web - Only $1 per image. Another says you can download
> it for $0.20 or registered users can download for free? If this is
> true why the hell bother ?
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Thomas." <thumeau@> wrote:
> > In January, I started to upload pictures on a couple micro stock
> > websites (dreamstime and fotolia) to see if there was any
> > opportunities to sell my photos there.
> > I only uploaded very few shots (about 50) and only 1 panorama.
> > The overall result is far from beeing overwhelming. In about 10
> > months, I only sold about 26 pictures but several ones more than
> > so I've had actually about 60-70 sells (for a total of US$50 so
> > However, I was surprised to see that my 2nd best seller (sold 5
> > was the only panorama that I had on sale in my portfolio.
> > http://www.dreamstime.com/mountain-panorama-image2884239
> > Has any of you been successful in selling panoramas as stock photos?
> > Do you have any recommendations of specific websites?
> > Thomas
> > http://www.photo-culture.com