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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

More Tips for Turning Your Photos Into Cash

Last time, I gave you the 5 steps you can take to make some extra cash this Christmas. If you followed those steps, then you're on your way to earning money with your digital photographs online - if you haven't already.

This time, I'd like to give you 3 additional tips to help you sell more of your photos online. Do these steps after you're absolutely sure you have exhausted all the photos you already have in your hard drive.

These tips will help you grow your online photo catalog and discover how to provide the photos that online buyers are really looking for.

1. Take photos of yourself.

It can be tricky to take pictures of people, because you need to be covered legally. So the easiest human subject to photograph is... yourself. You can get specific tips for doing this for profit from this no-cost report, "Make Money with Digital Photography."

2. Take photos of objects in and around your home.

Another fast and easy way to get photos to sell online is to simply shoot objects inside or around your very own home. Publishers are always looking for photos of ordinary objects, office equipment, and whatever else you have lying around the house.

3. Find out what pictures people are looking for.

Learn how to do keyword research so you'll have a good idea of which photos are in high demand online. A quick Google search will lead you to good tutorials for doing keyword research. You can learn this in under half an hour.

Follow these additional tips and you'll soon be enjoying a nice passive income from your digital photos - not just this holiday season, but for many months to come.

For more detailed guidelines, make sure you read this f-ree report, "Make Money with Digital Photography."

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