Many people like to take a photograph nowadays, including me, and i just bought a new camera Nikon D5000 last year. I saw many photos from facebook which shoot by my friends, these photos are beautiful and special, I was thinking that their photos can be sold online to make some extra income. If you are interested in photography and you have many nice and beautiful photos, perhaps you can try to sell your photos online, but normally they will need to approve your photos before you can sell your photos to public. Below are those websites that you can sell your photos to make some money.
1. Fotolia (http://www.fotolia.com)
Buy and sell royalty-free stock photos on Fotolia. Affordable royalty-free stock photos, cheap stock images and stock pictures. No Approval is need, you can just sell your photos directly after register.
2. PhotoBox Gallery (http://www.photoboxgallery.com)
Make money by selling your images online through the new PhotoBox Pro Gallery service.
3. 123RF (http://www.123rf.com)
Search and download from millions of HD stock photos, royalty free images, cliparts, vectors and illustrations.
4. Dreams Time (http://www.dreamstime.com)
Stock photography community providing high quality stock photos and stock images. Free photos added weekly.
5. Getty Images (http://www.gettyimages.com)
Offer high-quality, diverse and relevant stock photos, stock footage, stock music and editorial images for creative professionals.
6. Yay Micro (http://www.yaymicro.com)
Get superior quality Royalty Free images & photos, prices from $1! Search over 1 million images. YAY Image Agency is safe and easy to use.
7. Can Stock Photo (http://www.canstockphoto.com)
Affordable Royalty Free Stock Photography. Downloads for just $1.00, with thousands of images added daily. Subscriptions available for just $35.95.
8. Stock Photo (http://www.istockphoto.com)
Online, royalty free, international microstock photography provider operating with the micropayment business model.
9. Veer (http://www.veer.com)
Offers selected visual elements for designers combined with a new perspective on stock photography, footage, and type.