Interested in selling you photographs?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by David, Nov 13, 2006.

  1. David

    David Guest

    Do you own a portfolio of images which you believe have the potential
    to be sold or licensed? Have you been turned down by mainstream
    photo-stock companies or are you put off by having to share your income
    with these companies? If so, why not advertise your portfolio on
    Copyright4sale.com.

    Copyright4sale.com is the web's first classified-ad site specifically
    intended for copyrighted photographs and other material. The site
    allows copyright owners such as amateur and freelance photographers etc
    to advertise their work to prospective buyers/licensees whilst
    retaining full control over and ownership of their images (we do not
    require advertisers to upload their content onto the site - instead
    advertisers provide low resolution, cropped or water-marked sample of
    the image(s) they wish to advertise).

    We are currently offering new users 6-months free advertising for their
    first five advertisements. To find out more please visit our
    Advertising page (http://www.copyright4sale.com/advertise.htm).
     
    David, Nov 13, 2006
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  2. David

    Doug Robbins Guest

    Interested in improving YOU spelling?

    "David" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Do you own a portfolio of images which you believe have the potential
    > to be sold or licensed? Have you been turned down by mainstream
    > photo-stock companies or are you put off by having to share your income
    > with these companies? If so, why not advertise your portfolio on
    > Copyright4sale.com.
    >
    > Copyright4sale.com is the web's first classified-ad site specifically
    > intended for copyrighted photographs and other material. The site
    > allows copyright owners such as amateur and freelance photographers etc
    > to advertise their work to prospective buyers/licensees whilst
    > retaining full control over and ownership of their images (we do not
    > require advertisers to upload their content onto the site - instead
    > advertisers provide low resolution, cropped or water-marked sample of
    > the image(s) they wish to advertise).
    >
    > We are currently offering new users 6-months free advertising for their
    > first five advertisements. To find out more please visit our
    > Advertising page (http://www.copyright4sale.com/advertise.htm).
    >
     
    Doug Robbins, Nov 13, 2006
    #2
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  3. David

    Stewy Guest

    In article <R2%5h.34336$>,
    "Doug Robbins" <> wrote:

    > Interested in improving YOU spelling?
    >
    > "David" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > Do you own a portfolio of images which you believe have the potential
    > > to be sold or licensed? Have you been turned down by mainstream
    > > photo-stock companies or are you put off by having to share your income
    > > with these companies? If so, why not advertise your portfolio on
    > > Copyright4sale.com.
    > >
    > > Copyright4sale.com is the web's first classified-ad site specifically
    > > intended for copyrighted photographs and other material. The site
    > > allows copyright owners such as amateur and freelance photographers etc
    > > to advertise their work to prospective buyers/licensees whilst
    > > retaining full control over and ownership of their images (we do not
    > > require advertisers to upload their content onto the site - instead
    > > advertisers provide low resolution, cropped or water-marked sample of
    > > the image(s) they wish to advertise).
    > >
    > > We are currently offering new users 6-months free advertising for their
    > > first five advertisements. To find out more please visit our
    > > Advertising page (http://www.copyright4sale.com/advertise.htm).
    > >


    Hey! Leave him alone - he's only trying to make a living off the
    internet. It's not his fault he dropped out of skool when he was 10, is
    as thick as two short planks and has a bad haircut to boot.
     
    Stewy, Nov 16, 2006
    #3
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