Residual Income from ShutterStock and iStockPhoto Submissions

Hmm, a way to earn some money creating stock photos . . .

Homepreneurs's Blog

Homepreneurs recently blogged about photography as a home business.  We suggested that extra money was available via online distribution through channels such as ShutterStock and iStockPhoto.  These two websites accept submissions and – if approved – make them available to the public for a royalty fee.  Contributors get a specific percentage of each unit or units sold.

From ShutterStock’s submitter guideline page:

Submissions must be wholly owned by the submitter. Found or public domain images or footage cannot be submitted under any circumstances. If you do not have complete rights to the submission, you may not submit it.

Submissions must NOT contain any copyrighted material including paintings, other copyrighted photos, copyrighted logos, or any other art/advertisements/sculptures/exhibits or audio which are copyrighted. If submitted material contains any of these or other types of copyrighted content, you must either submit releases from the copyright owners or you must mark…

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