13
Oct-2009

Earn Money Through Travel Photography

You can earn money through travel photography without leaving your home town, did you know that?

I am going to write a fuller article on another site that I write for, and will post the link here, but for a taster of what I will cover, check out this synopsis.

No Need To Leave Home

Year before last I went to Rome. It is an absolutely breath taking city, and if you’re someone like me who loves history, then Rome has bags of it and then some. Whilst sitting outside the Colliseum, marvelling at the wonders of Ancient Rome, it suddenly occurred to me that I don’t appreciate the history that’s abundant in my own home town London.

It also then occurred to me that I don’t take advantage of the photographic opportunities that are available in my city. It’s one of the worlds biggest tourist cities and I realized that because I know it as a citizen, I don’t think of it as a travel destination, and as such, don’t think about it as an opportunity to make travel photographs.

Now we’ve had a really great summer this year. Not much rain, plenty of blue skies. Even now today on the 13th of October, the sun is shining and the temperature is mild so it’s idea from a photography perspective, to go out and create some fantastic images of the capital.

Are you like me? Do you live somewhere that tourist visit, whether en masse or in groups, on tours because of some historical or special interest, then you too can create images that will appeal to the travel photography market.

Have a peruse next time you’re out at the local supermarket, chances are you may have little competition in your neck of the woods so you could make that market your very own.

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  1. Mark /

    Yes you can earn money through photography, but it has to be unique, taking a photo of the Eiffel tower will not be popular then the Pope Benedict hand shaking President Obama.

    • Stirlyn /

      You’re very right Mark, however that’s not to say that if you get a unique perspective or POV of the Eiffel Tower, someone won’t want it

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