Between smart phones, iPads, and the hipstamatic craze, it seems like everyone is a photographer these days. Even amateur shutterbugs can turn those snapshots in to quick cash, and it's simpler than you may think.
If you have a good eye for taking pictures, try selling some of your photos or videos to a stock photography agency.
Websites like Shutterstock.com will first ask you to submit a set of your digital photos to make sure your images are good enough to be used as stock photos. Shutterstock pays 25 cents to $28 for every download your work gets. And for video, expect to get anywhere from $2.50 to $15 per clip download.
iStockphoto.com runs a similar contributors' program. It offers a training manual for contributors to help you get started. They list what they're looking for-- corporate shots, concepts and visual metaphors, food and beverages, among others.
If you like photography, you just might be able to get paid for your talents.
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