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Crossbars in Blizzard
There's just one more day of Christmas in July here at Full Metal Photographer! I hope you hang out here and beat the heat with my winter and Christmas themed images this week.

I want to mention a few additional things.

Everyone should check out Fotolia. Photos are available for download there for a dollar or two, and when you do it you get broad rights to use those images. You could use them as a desktop background or even make your own prints. (Of course, you can't resell the prints.)

I have several of my shots available there, including some of my most popular ones:
Lime Fizz over Blue
Lime Fizz over Red
Lime Fizz over Green
Berry Blue Kool-Aid with Twizzler Straw
Orange-Lime
Lemon-Lime
Lime over White
Untitled
Untitled
The One Ring
Frosted by Sioux Falls

Also, for all you photographers out there, you should look into making some of your images available on Shutterstock as royalty-free stock photos. Their system caters to bulk buyers, as they charge membership fees--encouraging people to download many images. You get $0.25 per download, and in the first couple hours after my images were approved I made one sale. We'll see how profitable it gets to be as I make more shots available.

Crossbars in Blizzard

3 Comments:

Blogger Someone that you wish you could meet... said...

Kelly,

Nice work and I would like to welcome you to 1 Cup Humanily, 1 Cup Profanity as well. I will have a write up tonight and if you are interested in any additional info about you and your blog, forward it to humanityprofanity(at)gmail.com

Thanks for joining us and very nice work.
HP101

10:09 AM, July 13, 2006  
Blogger The Lonely Path said...

I have heard about Shutterstock for a while, my company has an account which the web designers use to buy pics. What is the min. resolution and size to upload?

12:59 PM, July 13, 2006  
Blogger Kelly said...

4 megapixels is the minimum on Shutterstock.

1:33 PM, July 13, 2006  

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