How to make money selling mobile phone photos as stock photography (Android and iPhone)



Here are the links to the Photerloo app:
Apple iOS App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/photerloo/id1399781360
Android Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.photerlooinc.photerloo.mobile

Also, here are the other youtube videos I referenced in the video:
How to setup Photerloo: https://youtu.be/DDIY8LHIzxg
How to keyword your photos: https://youtu.be/yRMtRokctP8
How to setup Smugmug: https://youtu.be/qr-kTIdHhFE
How to setup Shutterstock: https://youtu.be/aQxW8tHEOXg
How to setup Adobe stock: https://youtu.be/ChH0pPhbeGo

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10 thoughts on “How to make money selling mobile phone photos as stock photography (Android and iPhone)”

  1. Hey Photerloo! Love this video, love your channel! We also started youtube recently to share our monthly income from stock sites, however Shutterstock's confidentiality terms of service have just been brought to our attention…. We want to keep sharing this info – we feel it's valuable and a lot of people want to know about it – curious if you found a solution. Here's the exact quote from Shutterstock: "By submitting any Content to Shutterstock, you acknowledge that you will acquire certain confidential and proprietary information, including but not limited to royalty rates, royalty payments and earnings data (collectively, "Confidential Information"). You agree to keep Confidential Information confidential and to not disclose Confidential Information to any third party other than representatives, agents, attorneys, accountants, auditors and advisors with a bona fide need to know, who shall first agree to keep the terms confidential." Thanks for any insight! <3

  2. Out of 20 of my photos 17 were rejected on shutter stock and 13 out of those rejected 17 were accepted on EyeEm and selected for Partners. Is that ok ?

  3. I don't fart around with microstock apps, too complicated for me. For cellphone pictures I email them to myself and edit them on my PC on a bigger screen. I have to if I want to remove the noise from an image. My Samsung Galaxy Note 5 just doesn't cut it when shadows come into play, even in a brightly lit supermarket my images will have noise.

  4. I am sorry bud but this should not be enabling. Smart phone photos should not be stock use. They are replacing weddings and portrait photography. Enabling them in this form makes matters worse.

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