Would you buy my photography?

http://www.flickr.com/photos/k-l-c/

And which ones?

Either the photos themselves or used as paper for crafts. Magnets, pendents, paper art, etc.

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23 replies since 4th September 2010 • Last reply 4th September 2010

You've got some really beautiful pics. I especially like the cows. Happy

But I don't normally purchase photography. I just wouldn't know what to do with it. *shrugs* Maybe you should contact local businesses like doctor's offices and stuff. Their wall space isn't crowded with family portraits and such. Also contact your local chamber of commerce. Our town has "area guides" and local highlight magazines that have lots of photos like this. Maybe you could sell them as stock photos, or even be commissioned to take specific photos.

Good luck with it!

Ps. and omg, your eyes are beautiful!

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I would suggest galleries

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also try cafes, and etsy

make into 4x6 post cards, sell at reasonable rates, if your are not a proffessional you will have to sell cheap(professional means you have sold work before)

I am a professional, but I work with magazines, newspapers and run my own busniess

also having a degree or diploma in photography will really help. Get involved with the local arts community as well.

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also try cafes, and etsy

make into 4x6 post cards, sell at reasonable rates, if your are not a proffessional you will have to sell cheap(professional means you have sold work before)

I am a professional, but I work with magazines, newspapers and run my own busniess

also having a degree or diploma in photography will really help. Get involved with the local arts community as well.

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Most photographers make their money through commissions... Portraits, magazines, stock photos etc. You're a very good photographer though. I'd set up a website, hand out business cards, and see what happens Happy

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Wow I love the way you see the world! Very beautiful. I personaly love the first couple of pics of the spider web. I agree with the others that you have talent Happy

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You have some beautiful artwork. I agree with Dessah though, I wouldn't because I wouldn't know what to do with it. I've got loads of artwork I haven't displayed yet. If I was refurb-ing a room/house/office and was looking for something specific I probably would.

I do like Sleep Your Troubles Away, but then again I <3 cats. The spider web ones are pretty cool too.

Michelle G is right try cafe's and galleries or even magazines even (depending on the topic)?

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Also it depends on how much you would charge?

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amaazingg

what camera do you use?
my dad got me a nikon d80 because i was whining about it for a while,
but i dont know how to use it : !

you clearly do, and it's AMMAAZINNGGG


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hey lovette, if you need any help let me know, I have a d90

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Yes! :o
Your photos are so beautiful.
Love a lot of your nature shots (and the cats are sooooo cute!!!).
If I could turn them into small canvas prints (because really, I'd just tack the photos up on the wall, and I really hate putting holes or anything though art work that I think it beautiful), I would buy quite a few of them.
Like your spider web ones, the "Sugar" one, the fall trees (with the yellow and orange/red leaves), and the flower ones.
Most of them (if not all) are very beautiful and calming (the macro funcation on cameras makes everything look extra amazing lol I don't care what ANYONE says Tongue).

If I may, do you prefer the Canon or the Sony? :o

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You're a gifted photographer, although you appear to use digital which limits creativity. And for me, your photos don't capture my imagination which is the only reason why I would invest money in a piece of art. I generally don't think anything is art unless it captures imagination. You'd probably do well as a wedding photographer because most brides like that instant gratification that comes with digital and you have a fairly steady shot.

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LOVE all the kitty cats!. I have taken similar photos to the Looking up the tree one. Nice!

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I haven't looked through them all yet, but this ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/k-l-c/3934281228/ ) is GORGEOUS. Happy

Shlomi and I are lazily perusing photography lately, hoping to come across something that captures us and that we absolutely HAVE to put on our walls. The photo above certainly captured me!! Happy

I'll link him to your Flickr stream. Who knows? Maybe we'll end up buying a huge canvas from you or something... :-P

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